"This was a breakthrough election for the climate emergency and the collapse of our natural world," Natalie Bennett, a Green Party peer and former leader, said.
The U.K. will hold an election in December and the new prime minister could be a man who's struggled to quell anti-Semitism in his party.
The U.K.'s Supreme Court ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament over Brexit was unlawful.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has a reputation for making offensive remarks throughout his career to date.
The British government has said it hopes to remove the process of providing medical evidence for legal gender recognition.
The Women and Equalities Committee urges for German-style regulation.
In their first conversation both leaders expressed "dissatisfaction" with current cooperation.
In an open letter, nearly 1,300 executives have backed Britain staying in the EU.
The chancellor may be the politician that finally propels UK-China relations into the post-colonial age.
'Vote Leave' will campaign for a new EU deal based on free trade and friendly co-operation.
The new Labour leader said he will deny David Cameron a "blank cheque" in Brussels.
France, Spain and Germany are reported to collectively make the biggest commitment.
But history shows the U.K. government and media was often reluctant to welcome them.
With the far-left Jeremy Corbyn due to win, the race shows a party woefully short of ideas.
Labour frontrunner said he would pilot scheme if supported by women
Labour leadership candidate responds to Jewish newspaper's questions on his alleged links to anti-Semites.
The two main parties have been neck-and-neck in most opinion polls since the start of the year, with neither establishing a sustained lead.
The woman, who said in court papers she was forced as an underage girl to have sex with Britain's Prince Andrew and other men cannot join an ongoing lawsuit in Florida, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.
Cameron added that he would be "happy for there to be no debates at all".
The three parties announced an alliance aimed at ending the mainstream 'obsession' with austerity and getting rid of Trident
Victims say that calls for changes to be made to the way the inquiry is being carried out have fallen on deaf ears