What could possibly be worse than seeing your dreams of a career in music brutally crushed on prime-time television? Getting deported.
Stop the presses. Freedom needs Corrections. Dozens of copies of Jonathan Franzen’s novel Freedom face being pulped due to a printing error.
There’s a good reason you don’t see many bookmakers going out of business: they tend to know what they’re doing. And with British bookies — for the first time earlier this week — making Ed Miliband the odds-on favorite to …
Live Aid. Woodstock. SuBo. For we must now add the Thursday September 16 concert of Scotland’s very own Susan Boyle warming up the crowd for the Pope’s open air Mass in Glasgow to the greatest musical events of all time.
Britain’s Prime Minister is mourning the loss of his dad, Ian, who had been suffering from heart problems for quite sometime.
In a piece exclusively adapted for TIME from his new memoir, “A Journey”, Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair reflects on the U.S. Presidents he has known and worked with – and on their country. Read Blair’s full words on TIME.com.
The past year has been a whirlwind for reality TV star singing sensation Susan Boyle. But only now have her dreams finally been realized.
Come now, it must have been at least 72 hours since the last one.
In what must be the most unfortunate coincidence of the day, an alleged British spy who worked for MI6 has been found dead in his apartment with the news coming out on the same day as 007 himself, Sean Connery, turned 80 years old.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s wife, Samantha Cameron, gave birth to their fourth child while the couple were on vacation in the south-west of England on Tuesday.
The Catholic Church in the U.K. has had to resort to desperate measures in order to fund the Pope’s September visit.
For Nick Griffin, it’s a case of “One is not amused.” The reason? The British National Party’s (BNP) leader, at the last minute, has been denied the chance to mingle with the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace during the Queen’s …