German Chancellor Angela Merkel, during a visit to the UK, says she is "very much concerned" about spread of the coronavirus when London hosts the semi-finals and finals of the European football championships.
The documents found in the UK’s National Archives show "coloured immigrants or foreigners" from ethnic minority backgrounds were banned from holding clerical roles in the royal household.
Current and former world leaders joined a chorus of condolences from around the world following the death of Prince Philip.
Prince Philip was admitted to hospital on February 16, 2021 and was treated for a month for a pre-existing heart condition and an infection. The queen’s consort died at home in Windsor Castle.
French magazine mocks George Floyd's killing in US and Meghan Markle's racism concerns in UK both, in a cartoon that has been called "outrageous" and "racist."
Captain Tom Moore, who became a global hero for his extraordinary fundraising efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic, died on February 2 after being treated for pneumonia and testing positive for the virus.
Tributes poured in following the death of Captain Tom Moore, 100, the British WWII veteran who raised millions of pounds for health service workers.
Hamilton received knighthood as part of Queen Elizabeth’s New Year honours list alongside people outside the limelight who worked to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
Margaret Keenan, the 90-year-old grandmother who became the first person in the world to receive the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine outside of a trial in Britain, has a message for others: "go for it" to beat the devastating disease.
Barbados Governor General Sandra Mason says the country will become a republic when it celebrates its 55th anniversary of independence from the British empire.
As the coronavirus has claimed the lives of about 16,000 Britons, traditional festivities such as parades and ceremonial salutes have been cancelled.
"The court is bound to conclude ... the decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue parliament was unlawful," Supreme Court president Lady Hale ruled. Johnson disagreed with the ruling and renewed calls for new elections ahead of Brexit.
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