May's spokesman said that Israel had coped for too long with the threat of terrorism and that focusing only on the settlements was not the best way to achieve peace between Jew and Arab.
Pioneering gene editing research has put the U.K. at the forefront of the next scientific revolution—whether the rest of the world is ready for it or not.
Until five years ago, a partition in the bar separated men and women from drinking together.
The plan to cut numbers of foreign students isn't just economically damaging; it might not address voters' concerns.
Foreign minister walks back David Davis's comments on a soft Brexit; Labour demands clarity on government's plans.
Mohamed Abrini claimed he only traveled to U.K. for its casinos.
The phrase appeared on a document carried by a Conservative Party aide.
Nigel Farage's successor is an outspoken politician with his eye on Labour voters. But first he must unite his party.
Britain's longest-serving monarch eager to cement ties between the U.K. and the U.S., report says.
The British prime minister needs to speak the language of the modern economy.
The leaked document was prepared for the Cabinet Office by a consultant.
The EU and Canada trade deal promises a mixed agreement for a future U.K, and EU deal.
Like Scotland, Northern Ireland favors a separate status with the single market after the UK leaves the European Union.
The government is proposing legally binding noise targets to provide respite for local residents.
France is demolishing the "Jungle," and refugees still don't know whether they'll end up in Britain or France.
The joint practice at the Misawa Air Base will be the first time Japan's air force trains with a foreign force other than the United States.
Britain's foreign affairs minister explains his pro-EU article as 'semi-parodic.'
Survey shows a stark age divide, with older respondents prioritizing immigration controls.
The trial is part of a plan to get autonomous vehicles fully onto the roads by 2020.
Interior Minister Amber Rudd had sparked an outcry over suggestions the government would put a new focus on businesses' rosters.
Britain accuses Assad regime and Russia of committing war crimes by intentionally targeting hospitals.