Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's forays into politics set the stage for the new-look monarchy presented by Prince William and Prince Charles.
Prince William tackled the explosive topic of racism and U.K. government immigration policy, while Prince Charles began a politically charged visit to Rwanda.
The prime minister may not even stay in office through the end of the year, Sir Roger Gale, who voted against Johnson, said.
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling recently objected to a proposed law on how rape cases are recorded—and she's been lauded for her stance.
A drug wipe test found that 11 of the 12 restrooms tested showed traces of cocaine. The restrooms were accessible only to those with parliamentary passes.
The British prime minister has rejected a finding that Home Secretary Priti Patel broke ministerial rules by bullying civil servants.
The hospitality industry bears the brunt of the new lockdown with pubs, restaurants, and bars shut, and families told not to mix.
It comes hours after an equalities watchdog found Britain's opposition party under Corbyn's leadership acted unlawfully in its treatment of Jewish members.
A damning report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission finds Britain's Labour Party acted unlawfully in its treatment of Jewish members.
Former Cabinet minister Nicky Morgan was condemned for defending the decision not to extend free school meals for children in poverty.
"He hasn't got an argument of his own and he can't get away with that forever."
"Jared, you are the most disgustingly morally bankrupt person I have ever had the displeasure of working with," Gareth Arnold, a former aide of British politician Jack O'Mara, wrote.
Northamptonshire County Council mocked for offering business course while being forced to introduce heavy spending cuts.
That wasn't the only gap in the nation's political knowledge.
Usually the queen wears her full robes and jewels to address lawmakers, but this year the important speech will be more stripped down.
Twenty years ago, Tony Blair won the U.K. election in a record-breaking landslide. After Brexit, does anything remain of the Britain he led?
Tom Brake, a Liberal Democrat MP, said that "I would suspect every single MP has received this abuse."
Proposals to redraw the U.K.'s electoral map have been criticized by Labour.
The Brexit vote supposedly settled Britain's "European question," but also questions about English nationalism.
Politicians seem readier than ever to base their campaigns on grossly distorted "facts."
Farage's departure comes at a time when unity is sorely needed in British politics.
If the Labour party does not act, it risks losing disillusioned voters to the far right.
Resignations show that a broad sweep of Labour MPs don't believe Jeremy Corbyn has the qualities to lead.