Britain skirted a "triple dip" recession by growing faster than expected in the first three months of the year, providing some cover for a government under fire over its austerity drive.
The leader of Britain's anti-European Union UK Independence Party said on April 23 his movement was carrying the torch for the late Margaret Thatcher's views on Europe, saying he planned to cause a "political earthquake".
Britain's love affair with tea continues as the nation downs a staggering 166 million cups of the humble drink every day, still comfortably holding off a challenge of coffee, according to a new survey published today.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on April 25 ruled out plans to allow police and spy agencies access to details of people's Internet use, dubbed a 'snoopers charter', threatening division in the coalition government over security and civil liberties.
A lifeguard was chatting to a customer for up to 15 minutes in the lead-up to the drowning of an eight-year-old boy in the city of Wolverhampton, a British court was told.