LHVnews: UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has appealed to the MPS to reconsider the case for airstrikes in Syria.
LHVnews: The former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden has condemned UK government’s Investigatory Powers Bill saying the British ministers are “taking notes on how to defend the indefensible.”
LHVnews: Fifty people arrested after three police officers hospitalised during anti-capitalist march in central London that also saw photographer hit by supercar
LHVNews: The Bank of England’s forecast on growth outlook leaves London stocks in red with benchmark FTSE 100 index sliding 0.28 percent on Thursday.
LHVnews: British airlines are set to start to bring back Britons without their luggage from Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh.
LHVnews: The British Home Secretary has acknowledged that the UK’s domestic spy agency, MI5 has secretly been collecting phone data under the pretext of searching terrorist connections.
LHVnews: British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says there is a “significant possibility” that ISIL terrorists brought down the Russian passenger jetliner last Saturday.
LHVnews: Hundreds of people have gathered in the British capital, London, to protest against an upcoming visit by Egyptian President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi to the United Kingdom.
LHVnews: Thousands of Britons and young students take to the streets of London to protest against cuts to free education.
LHVnews: London should look again at the decision to target the ISIL militants in Iraq with air strikes, said UK’s Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn.