Critics have condemned a recording showing the prime minister’s staff joking about breaches of coronavirus restrictions last year, when Britain was in lockdown.
“There will be effectively a diplomatic boycott,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson said of the decision to join the United States and others in registering discontent over human-rights abuses in China.
Mercedes' sponsorship deal with Kingspan, a firm that made insulation material involved in the Grenfell Tower disaster, is ended a week after its announcement.
The inauguration of Olaf Scholz begins a new chapter for Europe’s largest democracy and the broader continent. One notable move so far: a new cabinet with an equal number of women and men.
Supply chain problems that have hit businesses across the country now threaten a quintessential New York treat.
Social-media fandom can help authors score book deals and bigger advances, but does it translate to how a new title will sell? Publishers are increasingly skeptical.
Angela Merkel is handing over the chancellery to a man. But in a watershed moment for the country, women will run all security and diplomacy-related ministries in the new government.
The activist pledges to use his money from acting to fund more good causes and charity events.
Two in five people in England and Wales from an ethnic minority background could become eligible to be deprived of their citizen status without warning.