[LONDON] British lawmakers have asked the government to give guarantees that supplies of toilet paper don't dry up in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

BUILDING materials supplier SIG Plc warned on Monday about significantly lower profits due to a weakening economic outlook in Britain and Germany, driving its shares down as much as 26 per cent...

[LONDON] Vodafone is testing innovative open access radio technology in Britain - a first for Europe - in a move that could break the grip Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia hold on the telco equipment...

[LONDON] Church of England bishops called for respect on all sides of the Brexit argument on Friday, saying the language being used in an increasingly vitriolic debate was divisive and abusive....

ELEVEN judges of the UK's Supreme Court have ruled unanimously that Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he advised Queen Elizabeth to suspend parliament just weeks before Brexit....

[LONDON] The Supreme Court will decide on Tuesday on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in shutting down parliament in the run-up to the country's scheduled EU exit next...

[NEW YORK] Thomas Cook Group Plc collapsed under a pile of debt after talks with creditors failed, forcing the British government to charter planes to bring home more than 150,000 of the storied...

[LONDON] Supreme Court judges will rule early next week on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit was lawful, the court's president...

A FEW hours before a recent Wales-Ireland rugby match, police officers popped out of a white van, stopped a man and then arrested him. A camera attached to the van had captured his image, and...

OPINION

THE British do not normally have constitutional crises. One reason is that we do not have a constitution - at least not in the normal sense. There is no single text labelled "The United Kingdom...