London, Aug 1 : A private jet crashed into a car auction site in England killing all the four people aboard, police said.
London, July 31 : A British-Indian woman is selling Indian street food in London to fund a school for girls in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer town, a media report said.
London, July 28 : The Manchester Royal Infirmary has confirmed that its accident and emergency department (A and E) was temporarily shut down while two suspected cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) were being investigated.
London, July 27 : British life peer John Sewel is facing police investigation over claims he took drugs with prostitutes at his London apartment, media reports said on Monday.
London, July 24 : Britons who climb the social ladder are more content and happier when they get older than people in the US who are similarly upwardly mobile, new research has revealed.
London, July 23 : The homeless in Britain are turning to Sikh community kitchens at gurdwaras for hot meals as the demand for food banks rises, a media report said.
London, July 22 : The contribution of Indian soldiers in the First World War will be commemorated at a special exhibition in Britain next month, a media report said on Wednesday.
London, July 20 : British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday set out the government's strategy to defeat Islamist extremism in the country.
London, July 20 : A hacking group has threatened to release intimate details of millions of Britons who use an online dating service to "cheat" on their partners, a media report said on Monday.
London, July 20 : Britain's organ donation crisis is threatening the lives of hundreds of patients who desperately need transplants, a media report said on Monday.
London, July 20 : A Royal International Air Tattoo was held over the weekend to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
London, July 19 : The Buckingham Palace has expressed "disappointment" over the footage and images released by the British tabloid-The Sun-from 1933 showing young Queen Elizabeth II performing a Nazi salute.
London, July 19 : British Prime Minister David Cameron has said his country is committed to working with the US to destroy the "caliphate" set up by the Islamic State (IS) terror group in Iraq and Syria, a media report said on Sunday.
London, July 18 : Buckingham Palace on Saturday expressed outrage over the publishing of images taken in the early 1930s of Queen Elizabeth as a child making a Nazi salute.
London, July 15 : A Briton who can only remember up to 90 minutes and bears a striking similarity to the memory loss presented in movies like "Groundhog Day" and "Memento" may be a unique case never seen before, say psychologists from University of Leicester.
London, July 14 : An onlooker was caught taking a selfie at a scene of a car crash near Central London even as the emergency services battled to rescue the victim.
London, July 13 : The Duke of Cambridge started his duties as an air ambulance pilot on Monday, saying he was feeling nervous about starting his new job.
London, July 13 : British doctors are urging for an extra 20 percent tax on sugar-based drinks to fight the country's rising obesity epidemic, with the British Medical Association (BMA) estimating that poor diets cause 70,000 premature deaths every year.
London, July 11 : A British MP's son was allegedly beaten and left unconscious by a gang of three girls at a KFC outlet in London's Leicester Square, a media report said on Saturday.
London, July 9 : Millions of London commuters and visitors had to find other modes of transportation instead of taking the London Underground on Thursday due to the ongoing Tube strike.
London, July 8 : The British government cut its economic growth forecast from 2.5 percent to 2.4 percent this year, as the country's Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, unveiled the first budget of the new Conservative government on Wednesday.
London, July 8 : Workers of the London Underground will begin on Wednesday a 24-hour strike calling for better pay and protesting plans to extend service hours.
London, July 7 : Britain observed a minute's silence on Tuesday to mark the 10th anniversary of the 2005 London bombings which killed 56 people.
London, July 7 : Six employees of a bank were dismissed for filming an Islamic State-style mock execution of an Asian colleague in the British city of Birmingham, media reported on Tuesday.
London, July 4 : The newest member of the British royal family, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, would make her first public appearance since her birth when she would be christened on Sunday.
London, July 3 : People across Britain observed a minute's silence on Friday to mourn the tourists who were killed in a massacre on a Tunisian beach last week.
London, Jul 3 : Systems of revenge and vendetta are part of cultures among the tribes of Afghanistan, clans of Somalia, Sicily, Arab lands, Latin America and part of the world not in our regular focus.
London, June 30 : A two-day major counter-terrorism exercise involving police officers, soldiers, emergency services and intelligence officials started in London on Tuesday, the media reported.
London, June 28 : British Home Secretary Theresa May has urged parents to report their children to police if they are at risk of becoming terrorists.
London, June 21 : About 40 people are being treated by medical personnel after a reported chemical leak at a holiday park swimming pool in east England, police said on Sunday.
London, June 21 : Husbands of two of the three British sisters who were reported to have entered Syria to join the Islamic State (IS) militant group have blamed the anti-terror police for the radicalisation of their wives, according to a media report.
London, June 18 : More than 20 Indian soldiers in Britain were injured when their vehicles collided during a joint military exercise on Salisbury Plain, a chalk plateau in central southern England, media reported on Thursday.
London, June 12 : Britain has created a new medal to recognise the bravery and hard work of people who have helped to tackle Ebola in West Africa, Downing Street announced on Thursday.
London, June 11 : English scientist Tim Hunt, awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine in 2001, quit his post at University College London (UCL) on Thursday for his comments on the behaviour of women in the science field.
London, June 9 : Former England all-rounder Chris Lewis, who was jailed for drug smuggling and released on Tuesday, said he made choices which were wrong and felt sorry.
London, June 8 : Tata Steel workers across the Britain will go on strike later this month in a row over British Steel pension scheme, British trade unions have announced.
London, June 7 : A series of photos of Britain Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte have been released by Kensington Palace.
London, June 6 : England has no interest in hosting the 2018 or 2022 World Cups even if they are taken away from current hosts Russia and Qatar, a top English Football Association (FA) official said on Saturday.
London, June 5 : A shipping container carrying 68 migrants was discovered at a port in the English county of Essex, the local ambulance service said on Friday.
Kolkata, June 3 : Aston Business School has announced the launch of their new MBA full-time India Scholarship award.
London, June 2 : Prince William, second in line of succession to the British throne, returned to work after the end of his unpaid paternity leave, which he took after the birth of his daughter Princess Charlotte, a media report said.
London, May 28 : A young British Muslim was sentenced six years' imprisonment by a court for trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State, local media reported.
London, May 27 : Queen Elizabeth II, inaugurating the newly-elected British Parliament on Wednesday, highlighted a packed legislative programme of Prime Minister David Cameron's government, which includes measures on EU referendum, more free childcare and tax cuts, media reports said.
London, May 27 : Thousands of people are expected to join anti-government demonstrations during the State Opening of Britain's parliament on Wednesday.
London, May 25 : Citizens from European Union (EU) countries living in Britain, will not be eligible to vote in the referendum on Europe, a media report said on Monday.
London, May 24 : British actor Terry Sue-Patt has died at the age of 50.
London, May 22 : British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday said that he is determined to reform Britain's relationship with the European Union (EU) as he seeks to kickstart talks with European leaders on his plans.
London, May 22 : A London cab driver has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 38 years for the murder of a US soldier in a roadside bombing in Iraq in 2007, media reported on Friday.
London, May 22 : Indian-origin councillor Parvinder Singh Batth was chosen as the mayor of Britain's Wokingham Borough Council, the first Sikh to hold the position, media reported on Friday.
London, May 22 : A British bomb-maker has been found guilty of using improvised explosive devices to kill US soldiers in Iraq, media reports said on Thursday quoting a ruling from London's Woolwich Crown Court.
London, May 21 : Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said in a keynote speech on Wednesday that he wants Britain to remain in the European Union (EU) -- but doesn't want to see the country run by Europe.
London, May 21 : The British Supreme Court lifted an injunction on Wednesday that banned internationally renowned classical pianist James Rhodes from publishing a complete autobiography, which details serious sexual abuse he endured at school as a child.
London, May 18 : Britain's most wanted female terrorist, Samantha Lewthwaite, commonly known as the "White Widow" is believed to have killed 400 people and has directed terror raids, suicide attacks and car bombings in Somalia and Kenya, a media report said on Monday.
Wellington, May 16 : A young Sikh did not hesitate to break religious protocol by removing his turban to help an injured child bleeding profusely after an accident in New Zealand's largest city of Auckland, media reports said on Saturday.
London, May 15 : British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday rejected some of the core demands put forward by the Scottish National Party (SNP), after holding talks with Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon over increasing powers for the Scottish parliament, a media report said.
London, May 14 : A BBC editor has come in for sharp criticism after he compared hate preacher Anjem Choudary to Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, a media report said on Thursday.
London, May 14 : An Indian-origin family of four has been found dead in Britain. Police suspect the father killed his wife and twin daughters before committing suicide, according to media reports.
London, May 14 : A spoof video has shown British Prime Minister David Cameron celebrating his victory at the May 7 general elections by doing a "Spider-Man strut" across the streets of New York.
Wellington, May 14 : Britain's Prince Harry spent time with New Zealand's war veterans on Thursday as his week-long tour of the country neared its end.
Moscow, May 14 : British singer Sarah Brightman has for now dropped her plans to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) as a space tourist, according to a media report.