IS militants could ''acquire nuclear weapons'' to attack Britain: Theresa May

The United Kingdom`s Home Secretary Theresa May has warned that `Islamic State terrorists could acquire chemical, biological or even nuclear weapons` to attack Britain if they are successful in establishing an extremist state.

British RAF jets carry out first strikes against Islamic State in Iraq
British RAF jets carry out first strikes against Islamic State in Iraq

Two Tornado jets from British Royal Air Force took off on Tuesday to carry out first bombings on Islamic State targets in Iraq where they were tasked to rescue Kurdish peshmerga fighters under ISIS attack.

Britain carries out first air strikes against IS in Iraq

British fighter jets on Tuesday bombed an artillery post and an armed truck used by the Islamic State group in Iraq in the Royal Air Force`s first strikes in the US-led air campaign.

UK must join air strikes against Islamic State, says David Cameron
UK must join air strikes against Islamic State, says David Cameron

Even as British lawmakers prepared to authorise military action against Islamic State militants in Iraq, Prime Minister David Cameron warned that the anti-IS campaign could take `years`.

Britain set to join US-led air campaign against IS

British lawmakers are expected to vote Friday to join the international air strikes against Islamic State fighters, as the United States and its Arab allies turn up the heat on the jihadists.

Cameron says past mistakes no excuse for inaction; UK to join anti-IS air strikes?
Cameron says past mistakes no excuse for inaction; UK to join anti-IS air strikes?

Making a strong pitch at the UN for the whole world to unite against the evil of the Islamic Sate, British PM David Cameron on Thursday hinted at UK's possible involvement in the air strikes against the extremists in Iraq, contending that “past mistakes” should not be used as an excuse for inaction.

David Cameron wants UK to join in airstrikes in Iraq
David Cameron wants UK to join in airstrikes in Iraq

The British prime minister has said he will ask Parliament to approve joining international airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq.

Manjhi visits British Parliament, learns its functioning

Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has paid a visit to the British Parliament and learnt about its functioning.

London turns world's most expensive city
London turns world's most expensive city

London has overtaken Hong Kong as the world’s most expensive city to live and work in, as a new study has suggested it has turned nearly twice as pricey as Sydney and four times more expensive than Rio de Janeiro. India's Mumbai was found to be at the bottom of the 12 most expensive cities report.

Andy Murray disappointed over Scottish independence Twitter row
Andy Murray disappointed over Scottish independence Twitter row

Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, who was abused on social media for tweeting his support for Scottish independence last week, was disappointed over the matter but did not "regret giving an opinion" he told the BBC on Tuesday.

David Cameron tries to quell party revolt over new powers for Scotland

British Prime Minister David Cameron tried to head off a rebellion in his Conservative party over a promise of new powers for Scotland, highlighting the difficulty of giving Scots what they want after last week`s referendum on Scottish independence.

Britain`s Labour party promises higher minimum wage

 The leader of Britain`s opposition Labour party promised on Sunday to raise the national minimum wage to at least £8 (10 euros, $13) an hour if it wins the general election in May.

Scottish pro-independence parties report membership surge

Scottish pro-independence parties reported a surge in membership over the weekend as campaigners vowed to continue to fight after a split with the United Kingdom was rejected in a referendum.

Nationalist leader says Scots tricked out of independence

Defeated Scottish nationalist chief Alex Salmond accused Britain`s political leaders on Sunday of tricking Scots out of independence after a dispute about how and when to give them more powers.

Britain`s Labour party promises higher minimum wage

 The leader of Britain`s opposition Labour party promised on Sunday to raise the national minimum wage to at least £8 (10 euros, $13) an hour if it wins the general election in May.

Spat as British PM David Cameron targets `unfairness` left by Scottish vote

British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted on Sunday that further devolution promised to Scotland could not leave England "overridden", as initial relief over the Scottish people`s decision to reject independence gave way to squabbling over powers.

Britain must honour pledge to grant Scotland powers: Gordon Brown
Britain must honour pledge to grant Scotland powers: Gordon Brown

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown told British leaders on Saturday that they must honour their promise to grant further powers to Scotland after voters backed staying in the United Kingdom in an independence referendum.

Queen Elizabeth II urges unity after Scotland rejects independence
Queen Elizabeth II urges unity after Scotland rejects independence

Scottish leader Alex Salmond said Friday he would resign after losing an independence referendum that left the United Kingdom intact, while Queen Elizabeth II called for "mutual respect" among Scots following a divisive campaign.

Scotland says 'No' to independence in historic referendum
Scotland says 'No' to independence in historic referendum

 Scottish voters today said a big "No" to independence and decided to stay in the 307-year-old union with England and Wales after a historic referendum that brought out bitter divisions while paving the way for a 'devolution revolution' in the UK.

DNA: 'Boxing match' between Shiv Sena and BJP

The 25-year-old alliance between the BJP and the Shiv Sena was on the verge of collapse with both parties adopting a tough stance on the issue of seat-sharing for the Oct 15 state Assembly elections.