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Victory for May as Labour suffers historic defeat

Britain's main opposition Labour Party defeated UKIP's leader in a Brexit bastion, but in a second by-election suffered a landmark defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May's governing Conservatives on Friday.

Scotland Yard appoints first female chief

Senior British officer Cressida Dick has been appointed as the commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police, becoming the first woman to lead Scotland Yard in its 187-year history.

Baloch, Sindhi activists protest against CPEC, China, Pakistan outside Chinese Embassy

Baloch, Sindhi activists protest against CPEC, China, Pakistan outside Chinese Embassy

The Baloch and Sindhi leaders staged a joint protest against the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor outside the Chinese embassy in London on Wednesday.

'Jet Airways plane lying from London lost contact due to frequency glitch'

The Jet Airways aircraft flying from London, which lost contact with the ATC over European airspace while on its way to Mumbai, was a training flight for the pilot-in-command at the time of the incident, sources said.

350,000 children trapped in west Mosul

Around 350,000 children are trapped in western Mosul, Save the Children warned today as Iraqi forces launched a fresh offensive on jihadists defending the strategic city.

UK needs to do more on students visa issue: Indian envoy

The UK needs to do more on the students visa issue despite the "pluses" from British Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement about special categories of visas, the new Indian envoy here has said.

Disgraced Nesta Carter eyes comeback in Athletics World Championships amid doping charges

Disgraced Nesta Carter eyes comeback in Athletics World Championships amid doping charges

Re-test of his sample from the 2008 Beijing Olympics was found to be positive for the banned substance which resulted in Usain Bolt being stripped of the gold medal last month.

Britain will be 'just fine' post-Brexit: Apple CEO Tim Cook

Britain will be "just fine" after it leaves the European Union, Apple's chief executive Tim Cook said in an interview broadcast today.

Queen Elizabeth marks 65 years on British throne

Queen Elizabeth marks 65 years on British throne

A 41-gun royal salute will take place in central London to mark the occasion. 

Russia seeks return of medals from athletes caught doping

Russian authorities want all athletes caught doping to return their medals.

Maharastra minister sets up committee for Babasaheb Ambedkar memorial in London

The plans are being financed by the Maharashtra government's budget of Rs 10 crores set aside for the 125th birth anniversary celebrations of Babasaheb​ Ambedkar.

Russia stripped of London 2012 women's relay silver medal over doping charges

Russia stripped of London 2012 women's relay silver medal over doping charges

Antonina Krivoshapka, tested positive for the banned steroid turinabol which means whole Russian 4x400m women`s team is disqualified.

Princess Diana statue commissioned 20 years after her death

Princess Diana statue commissioned 20 years after her death

A statue of Princess Diana has been commissioned by her two sons, Duke of Cambridge Prince William and Prince Harry, 20 years after her death, a media report said.

Anti-Brexit campaigners aim to stage biggest protest march

Anti-Brexit campaigners are hoping to organise the biggest protest march in modern British history, drawing fresh inspiration from the success of anti-Trump rallies around the world, the media reported on Saturday.

Britain's Prince William to become a full-time royal

William, 34, the second-in-line to the throne, will also base his family in London rather than their current home in Norfolk, eastern England.
 

Donald Trump waxwork replaces Barack Obama at Madame Tussauds London

Donald Trump waxwork replaces Barack Obama at Madame Tussauds London

A Donald Trump waxwork has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds museum in London, complete with his signature suntan -- and yak hair.

Tube strike hits millions of Londoners

Tube strike hits millions of Londoners

Millions of Londoners endured a chaotic start to the week today after a strike shut down most of the Underground network, including many city centre stations.

Olympic champion David Rudisha named event ambassador of Mumbai Marathon

Rudisha, retained his Olympic 800m title with an imperious display at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games with a run of 1:42.15, the fastest time in the world.

FA Cup: Manchester City demolish woeful West Ham 5-0, cruise into fourth round

FA Cup: Manchester City demolish woeful West Ham 5-0, cruise into fourth round

 The spirits of Pep Guardiola would have been lifted by their display in the capital as City`s inconsistent form had started to weigh heavy on manager.

Sweden gets written report from Assange interview in London

An Ecuadorian prosecutor interviewed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, overseen by a Swedish prosecutor and a police investigator.