"The French had their army ready, the Dutch had their navy ready, meanwhile Theresa May watched the cricket," said one lawmaker.
The quake was the worst the country has faced for a century.
The pollster YouGov also warned that Britain as a whole is "woefully underprepared" for the threat of a zombie attack.
At least three people have been killed in the disaster.
The software’s manufacturer denied that it is unsafe.
The Spanish government accused the region’s parliament of committing a 'constitutional and democratic atrocity.'
The royal's new school says it creates students who 'flourish as conscientious and caring citizens of the world.'
National Action was banned by the British government in December 2016.
Now locals are trying to figure out why.
Tensions have escalated swiftly between the hermit state and foreign critics, and France warned the situation will become "explosive."
The alleged attacker shouted "Allahu Akbar" as police officers tried to restrain him.
Harris Media’s website lists Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, and Britain’s pro-Brexit UKIP party among its past clients.
For two boys, one of them Britain’s future king, it took two decades to come to terms with their mother's legacy.
Gomez has 125 million followers, the highest of any one on Instagram.
The tablet was discovered in the early 1900s, but researchers have since puzzled over its function.
That wasn't the only gap in the nation's political knowledge.
Europe has been asked to help erect an electronic fence at Libya’s southern borders.
The French president didn’t get much of a honeymoon at home.
Raül Romeva tells Newsweek the province does not have an unusual problem with radicalization.
"Political pessimism" may discourage working-class people from campaigning.
The ACLU has decided to defend people that many of its supporters dislike.