Organizers have apologized after the overly long course resulted in confusion at the finishing line.
"Actions speak louder than words," said a spokesperson from Black Lives Matter UK.
Kenneth Olisa, the first Black lord lieutenant of Greater London, said the royal family backs the Black Lives Matter movement.
Scott McCluskey posted the comments about Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after England lost to Italy in the European Championship in July.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said stopping the English Channel crossings depends largely on the French authorities.
The bar's owner told Newsweek that their "very advanced CCTV system" helps to maintain a safe and secure environment.
The British prime minister was asked to offer the U.K.'s support to the people of Taiwan amid escalating threats and disinformation campaigns from China.
"Married At First Sight U.K." viewers were left cringing when a contestant made the embarrassing faux-pas while waiting at the alter for his future wife.
Laura Perry was aboard a hire boat with a family group of nine when "she was caught in the propeller and fatally injured," an investigation revealed.
An investigation into the servicewoman's death at the air force site in Britain is now being carried out.
The English singer was a beloved member of the iconic girl band, and passed away on Sunday from breast cancer at the age of 39.
"I can't believe she'd survived as long as she had; she's a little fighter," said Amy Hearne of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The medic's dry remark has gone viral on Twitter after his amputee patient was asked to provide evidence of his disability.
The Duke of Cambridge reportedly knew the officer from his time at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Reading Festival is one of the U.K.'s biggest festivals and it took place the weekend of August 27-29, with an estimated 90,000 people in attendance.
The founder of animal charity Nowzad has faced criticism after evacuating nearly 200 dogs and cats from Kabul, while Afghan staff remain in the country.
The last flight of British carrying troops left Afghanistan on Saturday, ending Britain's 20-year military involvement in the war-torn country.
The British Army and government have admitted there could be hundreds people left in Afghanistan as the Taliban is set to fully take over.
"There will sadly be people who haven't got through, people who might qualify," Prime Minister Boris Johnson said as the U.K.'s final flights depart Friday.
The actor's car which is said to have contained his luggage was stolen in the city of Birmingham, England.
China's unmanned aerial vehicles and People's Liberation Army warplanes have been detected in the skies around Japan on three consecutive days amid ongoing military exercises.
Many Afghans are desperately trying to flee their homeland after the Taliban quickly took control of Afghanistan earlier this month.
Paul Farthing had been campaigning to get workers and animals from his animal welfare charity Nowzad out of Afghanistan.
An expert told Newsweek that the UK mistakenly believed that it had real influence in successive wars in the Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan.
The person, who was not identified by the government, reached British soil on a military plane and officials were alerted "overnight."
"If their timetable extends even by a day or two, that will give us a day or two more to evacuate people," British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said.
"I'm grateful for the language they're using and I'm really hopeful," Khola Hassan said of the Taliban after the group's takeover of Afghanistan.
The upcoming Little Mix compilation album "Between Us" will feature 18 of their greatest hits and five new tracks from the British girl group.
"The people had a glimpse of a better life — but that has been torn away."
Ahmad Massoud said the Taliban would "face staunch resistance" but that Afghans need more weapons, ammunition and supplies.