The UK has issued a "threat" to enter the Ecuadorian embassy in London to arrest Julian Assange, who has been taking refuge inside since June.
Seven men have been arrested on suspicion of terrorist offences in Britain after a routine vehicle search turned up firearms and weapons, police said.
Nathan Partenza Four people have occupied the United Kingdom consulate in Melbourne's CBD this morning in support of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Alan Travis and Owen Bowcott London The European Court of Human Rights has cleared the way for the extradition to the US of five terrorism suspects, including the Islamist preacher Abu Hamza al-Masri, after legal battles dating to 2004.
Britain's High Court has rejected an attempt by a man who has locked-in syndrome to overturn the country's euthanasia law by refusing to legally allow doctors to end his life.
New York Britain and Ecuador face prolonged showdown over asylum bid by WikiLeaks founder.
The police investigation spawned by the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World has spread to other UK tabloids, a senior Scotland Yard official says.
The ringleader of a gang of men in Britain, who groomed girls for sex, has been jailed for 22 years for a "campaign of rape" against a young Asian girl.
Simon Mann America's mid-summer heat that is casting its annual soporific pall across the north-east is set to deliver a respite of sorts for Rupert Murdoch's besieged media empire.
Rupert Murdoch’s son James has been accused of misleading British MPs this week when he said he did not know when authorising a settlement that phone hacking at News of the World went beyond one...
Rupert Murdoch, his son James and Rebekah Brooks have given evidence on phone hacking to the British parliament.
London’s police chief has quit over his links to a former News of the World editor caught up in the phone hacking scandal.
Embattled media mogul Rupert Murdoch and his son have caved in to pressure and finally agreed to be grilled by MPs over the tabloid phone hacking scandal.
Mark Hughes, London LONDON: The News International chief executive, Rebekah Brooks, has contacted Scotland Yard detectives and offered to be interviewed as a witness rather than a suspect in their phone hacking...
Raphael G Satter As Britain's most powerful Sunday newspaper crashes and burns, newsrooms across London are feeling the heat.
London Four major regions of Britain will be officially declared drought-stricken this week.
Robert Hutton LONDON: The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has urged businesses to reduce the amount of marketing they aim at children, as well as their exposure to sexual images on posters, TV and the...
LONDON: British politicians and rights activists have joined a chorus of protest about plans by the government to give the intelligence and security services the ability to monitor the phone calls,...
British broadcaster Sky News says it authorised the hacking of emails on two separate occasions, but insists the move was in the public interest.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is considering banning Twitter and other online networking during civil unrest in the wake of his country's riots this week.