Nearly 4,000 Afghan and British nationals have been evacuated from Afghanistan, but fears remain many could be left behind as the US prepares to leave the country.
The UK is sending military personnel to help evacuate Britons from Afghanistan as the security situation in the country rapidly deteriorates.
A lawsuit has been filed in the US accusing Prince Andrew of sexually abusing Virginia Giuffre, according to one of her lawyers.
A Metropolitan Police officer filmed kneeling on the neck of a black man just weeks after the murder of George Floyd in the US should “reflect” on his actions, according to a watchdog.
Boris Johnson’s wife Carrie and their one-year-old son Wilfred have been pictured playing on the beach with the US first lady.
Joe Biden has arrived in the UK on Air Force One ahead of the G7 summit in Cornwall.
The Foreign Office has summoned the Russian ambassador over concerns of “a pattern of malign behaviour”, as the US announced sanctions against Moscow.
British troops will begin their withdrawal from Afghanistan next month alongside other NATO allies.
The COP26 conference hosted by the UK later this year is the world’s “last, best opportunity to get real” on the climate, according to US envoy John Kerry.
Campaigners have welcomed a potential ban on US imports of booming fashion empire Boohoo and its suppliers after allegations over the use of slave labour.
A civil claim against Anne Sacoolas brought by the family of Harry Dunn in the US can go ahead, a judge has ruled.
The intelligence role of the alleged killer of Harry Dunn was not mentioned in official notes between the US embassy in London and the Foreign Office, it has emerged.
The UK government has said it was unaware the woman accused of killing Harry Dunn was employed by a US intelligence agency at the time of the crash.
Donald Trump has been warned he’s not allowed to visit Scotland to play golf during Joe Biden’s inauguration as the next US president.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the US, a judge at the Old Bailey has said.
It has been the world’s most recognisable airliner for decades, but the last British passenger 747 jumbo jet took off from the UK for the final time earlier this week.
Lawyers fighting to clear the name of a man convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing have described US moves to pursue the suspected ‘bombmaker’ as “cynical”.
The US Space Force has won a transatlantic video game tournament against teams from other branches of the American and British armed forces.
A monolith has been spotted on the Isle of Wight – days after similar structures were discovered in the US and Romania.
The White House’s chief immunologist has told Sky News he believes the British approval of the Pfizer COVID vaccine has been done in a “much less deep” way than would have been done in the US.
Britain was the first country to approve a coronavirus vaccine because it has “much better” regulators than France, Belgium and the US, a senior minister has claimed.
The mother of Harry Dunn says she has “renewed hope” for justice from US president-elect Joe Biden, who has himself lost a child in a road collision.
Manchester Arena stepped up security measures for American performers two years before the bomb attack on an Ariana Grande concert, but dropped them soon afterwards, the inquiry has heard.
Tony Blair has denied Tory claims that he breached COVID-19 restrictions by failing to self-isolate for a fortnight after a two-day trip to the US on a private jet.
Facebook was responsible for 94% of the 69 million child sex abuse images reported by US technology companies last year.
Cineworld is on course to cut tens of thousands of jobs after confirming plans to temporarily bring the curtain down on its UK and US cinemas because of continuing disruption from the coronavirus pandemic.
Cineworld is considering closing all of its cinemas in the UK and US this week because of the impact of coronavirus.
Airlines have called on the US and UK governments to launch a passenger testing trial for flights between New York and London, as a way to get closer to normal travel.
The identities of five friends of the Duchess of Sussex who gave an anonymous interview to a US magazine will not be revealed, the High Court has ruled.
The Duchess of Sussex has applied to the High Court to stop The Mail and Mail on Sunday from being able to reveal the names of five of her friends who spoke anonymously to a US magazine about the bullying she said she has faced.