ISIS plan attack on Queen's guards: Report

Soldiers guarding key Royal palaces in the UK are on high alert following reports of a planned attack on the Queen's guards by Islamic State militants.

'Angry' Bilawal refuses to return on Benazir death anniversary

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari stayed away from Pakistan as his mother and former premier Benazir's death anniversary was observed on Saturday across the country, giving credence to reports that he is having serious differences with his father Asif Ali Zardari.

It's family time in London for Shilpa Shetty
It's family time in London for Shilpa Shetty

 Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty celebrated Christmas in London with her family and friends.

'MH370 may have been shot down by US military after hijack'

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that mysteriously disappeared with 239 people on board may have been shot down by the US military fearing a hijack and a 9/11-style attack, a French ex-airline boss has claimed.

Alstom UK unit in court over fresh bribery charges

The UK unit of French train and turbine giant Alstom, already under fire over charges of bribing Delhi Metro officials, is faced with fresh allegations of corruption relating to a Lithuanian project.

Britain's nuclear power stations vulnerable to drone attacks: Report

According to a new confidential report compiled by an expert, nuclear power stations in Britain are extremely vulnerable to drone attacks.

IS has executed 100 foreigners trying to quit: Report

The Islamic State extremist group has executed 100 of its own foreign fighters who tried to flee their headquarters in the Syrian city of Raqqa, the Financial Times newspaper said on Saturday.

Lord's recommended to stage 2019 Cricket World Cup final
Lord's recommended to stage 2019 Cricket World Cup final

Lord`s should host the 2019 World Cup final, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) recommended to the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday.

'Terror girl' on way to join IS held at UK airport

In a dramatic last-minute rescue, a 15-year-old British schoolgirl was taken off her flight and detained at the Heathrow airport here while she was on her way to Syria to join the dreaded Islamic State terror group.

Police took `Syria-bound girl` off plane on London runway

 London police stopped a plane on the runway at Heathrow Airport to remove a 15-year-old girl intent on joining Islamist fighters in Syria, a report said Wednesday.

Daniel Craig spotted filming 'Spectre' in London
Daniel Craig spotted filming 'Spectre' in London

Actor Daniel Craig was photographed filming a scene from the 24th James Bond movie 'Spectre' on a speedboat on the Thames in London alongside Rory Kinnear who plays Bill Tanner.

Church of England to name first woman bishop

The Church of England is to name its first ever female bishop, ending centuries of male leadership following a historic change to its rules, British media reported on Wednesday.

US urges caution as Palestinians bid for UN vote

The United States is trying to carefully navigate a path forward as Palestinians seek to push hopes for a Palestinian state to the top of the UN agenda, top US diplomat John Kerry said on Tuesday.

Failed London bombers lose European appeal

Four men who attempted to set off a series of explosives in London in 2005 did not have their right to a fair trial breached, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday.

Three arrested in raid on British 'slave' factory

British police arrested three suspected slave masters after a raid on a factory freed 20 Eastern European migrants paid 25 pounds ($39, 31 euros) to work 80-hour weeks on Monday.

Ross Barkley's moment of magic helps Everton down QPR
Ross Barkley's moment of magic helps Everton down QPR

Ross Barkley produced a sublime solo strike as Everton cruised to a 3-1 win over struggling QPR at Goodison Park on Monday.

Britain may get double-decker trains to ease rush

Forget double-decker buses, as in a bid to ease overcrowding, Britain may introduce double-decker trains on some of its busiest rail routes.

Britain to send troops to Iraq to train local forces

Britain`s Defence Secretary Michael Fallon Saturday said hundreds of British troops will be sent to Iraq next year to help train local forces to fight against Islamic State(IS).

Britain`s Heathrow recovers after flight chaos

Heathrow Airport cancelled 38 flights on Saturday as it recovered from a computer glitch that wreaked havoc with the London airport system, the world`s busiest hub.

One-fourth of pregnant women face violence by partner

While for many women, pregnancy is a happy time, for almost one in four, it turns out not to be so enjoyable as they face emotional, physical and sexual violence by none other than their own close partners, alarming research has found.