Liverpool lose unbeaten streak at Bournemouth; Man Utd held

Liverpool conceded three late goals as they slipped to a dramatic 4-3 defeat at Bournemouth on Sunday, their first defeat in 16 matches in all competitions.

Scottish village gets 384,000-pound gift from former German POW

A village in Scotland has received a gift of 384,000 pounds (489,000 dollars) from a German soldier who was held there as a prisoner of war during World War II, according to media reports Saturday...

Britain reports record EU migration in year leading up to Brexit

Britain on Thursday reported record annual immigration of 284,000 EU citizens in the year to June, the month that a majority of British voters opted for their country to leave the European Union...

Teen charged for Polish man's death amid rise in post-Brexit attacks

A 15-year-old boy was charged with manslaughter on Thursday after the death of a Polish man during an alleged hate crime in August.

Vegans urge Bank of England to remove tallow from banknotes

British vegans have petitioned the Bank of England to remove tallow from its banknotes after the bank admitted its new plastic 5-pound (6.2-dollar) notes contain traces of the animal fat.

LinkedIn to create 200 new jobs in the Republic of Ireland

Professional networking website LinkedIn will create 200 new jobs at its regional headquarters in Dublin, the company and the Irish government said Tuesday.

Inventor of the Web: British surveillance laws are a "nightmare"

The inventor of the World Wide Web says unprecedented digital surveillance powers given the final stamp of approval in Britain on Tuesday breach fundamental privacy rights.

Rights of 1 million Poles will be respected post-Brexit, May says

The rights of nearly 1 million Poles living in Britain will not be curtailed after the country leaves the European Union, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday.

Paul Nuttall succeeds Nigel Farage as leader of Britain's UKIP

Paul Nuttall is the new leader of the anti-EU UK Independence Party (UKIP) after a party vote on Monday, making him the successor to Nigel Farage.

Liverpool back on top after win over Sunderland; Man City second

Liverpool regained top spot in the Premier League on Saturday as they ground out a 2-0 win over Sunderland thanks to two late goals.

More footballers say they were sexually abused as scandal grows

Former England midfielder Paul Stewart believes "hundreds" of former players may have been subjected to sexual abuse when children, as more victims came forward on Friday.

Brits set to spend 2 billion pounds on Black Friday

British shoppers are expected to shell out a record 1.96 billion pounds (2.44 billion dollars) this Black Friday, according to research from and the Centre for Retail Research...

Think tank: British workers face "dreadful" decade of stagnant wages

British workers could be facing the longest period of wage stagnation since World War II as they are served up "an additional dollop of austerity," an economic think tank said Thursday.

Shadow chancellor: Brexit secrecy will further damage British economy

Britain's economy will continue to suffer as long as Prime Minister Theresa May remains tight-lipped about her Brexit plans, the shadow chancellor insisted Thursday in response to a gloomy...

Britain confirms economic slowdown amid Brexit limbo

The British government has abandoned its plans to reach a budget surplus by 2019-20, as official forecasts show a weakened gross domestic product and rising debt in the wake of the vote to leave...