Presenter for criticizing government policy was fired
BBC presenter Gary Lineker, who criticized the government's immigration policy on Twitter in England, was dismissed until he agreed with the institution. In the statement, it was stated that Lineker's use of social media violated the corporate rules.
Harry and Meghan are asked to leave their home
Prince Harry and Meghan recently revealed about their family in an interview on Netflix. After this revelation, the royal family asked the couple to vacate their home in England. Previously, the house was presented to the younger brother, Prince Andrew.
UK economy shrinks 0.3% in three months through October
Britain’s economy shrank in the three months through October, confirming the toll that rampant inflation and rising interest rates are having on business and industry.
Former Chancellor Rishi Sunak becomes UK's new prime minister
Sunak is the 1st British Asian prime minister of the country
Liz Truss resigns after 6 weeks, making her shortest-serving UK premier ever
Leadership election to be held, completed within a week, with Truss staying in post until then
Liz Truss becomes UK’s 3rd female premier, replacing Boris Johnson
Truss receives votes of more than 57% of party members to leave contender Rishi Sunak behind
UK’s premier Johnson resigns, says he will continue until new leader is in place
Boris Johnson’s resignation comes after 2 days of political storm, resignations in London
Early UK local election results show Conservative unpopularity, mixed Labour support
'We had a tough night in some parts of the country,' says British Prime Minister Johnson, who leads Conservatives
UK sanctions 5 Russian banks over Moscow’s recognition of Ukrainian separatist regions
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says 3 individuals were also target of UK sanctions with their assets frozen
US lifts COVID travel ban on Europe, UK, Brazil
Ban will be terminated effective Jan. 26 and US will maintain travel ban on China and Iran
EU not to agree Brexit deal 'without Irish backstop'
European Parliament president says UK has not proposed any alternatives to withdrawal agreement
UK: Anti no-deal Brexit bill to become law
The Benn bill intended to prevent a no-deal Brexit has been passed by the House of Lords
UK, France react to Iran's statement on nuclear deal
Iran's intention to further reduce its level of compliance with nuclear deal 'deeply concerning', UK says
UK, Israeli premiers meet, discuss Iran nuclear crisis
Boris Johnson also meets with US Vice President Mike Pence, discusses Brexit as well as Middle East peace process
Boris Johnson warns MPs against anti no-deal Brexit law
PM urges MPs not to “chop the legs off” government’s negotiating position and that UK will leave on 31 October
US, Iran risk 'accidental' conflict: UK
British Foreign Secretary says UK is 'worried about the risk of a conflict'
UK, Germany, France urge to reduce violence in Syria
3 European nations 'gravely concerned' over Assad regime's attacks in northwestern Idlib province
UK: Iran pulling out from nuclear deal 'unwelcome'
Foreign Secretary Hunt urges Iran not to take escalatory steps while US' Pompeo says they are watching Iran's activities
UK: Defense secretary sacked over Huawei leak
Gavin Williamson was reportedly responsible for leak from security meeting about Huawei involvement in UK's 5G network