In new Brexit turmoil, UK may break law in 'limited way'

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain headed into a fresh round of Brexit trade talks on Tuesday acknowledging it could break international law but only in a “limited way” after reports it may undercut its divorce treaty with the European Union. As

People reported injured in stabbings in Birmingham: UK police

LONDON (Reuters) – Police in the English city of Birmingham declared a “major incident” after reports that a number of people were injured in stabbings early on Sunday. “We can confirm that at approximately 12:30am today we were called to

UK minister surprised by Scottish independence referendum move

LONDON (Reuters) – A British minister said she was surprised by plans for another Scottish independence referendum given the budget deficit in the country and the economic challenges facing the whole of the United Kingdom after the COVID-19 pandemic. “I’m

Britain backs COVID-19 immunity studies with 8.4 million pounds

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain said on Friday it will back three nationwide COVID-19 studies with 8.4 million pounds ($11 million) to fund research into understanding human immune responses to the pandemic coronavirus. The funds, from UK Research and Innovation and