Alex Hales apologized on Friday after the publication of a photo showing him in blackface portraying Tupac Shakur at a party in 2009.
The public payphone boxes may look like obsolete relics in an age of ubiquitous smartphones, but regulator Ofcom said they can still be a “lifeline” for people in need.
Conservative MP David Amess was murdered earlier this month while greeting constituents in an English town.
Wayne Couzens, 48, appeared at London's Central Criminal Court charged with the abduction, rape and murder of 33-year-old Sarah Everard.
Diana described her years at the property as “the happiest time” of her life.
The fast-food chain blames supply problems stemming from a shortage of truck drivers.
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Prosecutors say Lulu Lakatos, 60, switched out the rocks for $5.2 million worth of diamonds in 2016.
Bounce broke down the most popular locations on the app.
The murder of Sarah Everard sparked an outcry over gender-based violence in the U.K.
A news report of additional British allegations against the couple calls into question Metropolitan Police Service's past failure to launch a criminal probe.
Biden, who is in the U.K. for the Group of Seven leaders summit, is the 13th American president to meet the monarch.
The pact supports a minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15% to make it more difficult for companies to avoid paying.
The airline said the plane will reduce flights between London and the New York area to just 3 1/2 hours.
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It seems many people are hesitant to combine their fear of heights with their fear of drowning.
A variant believed to have emerged out of India is now spreading in certain areas around England.
Lord Tony Hall helped cover up the unethical way in which reporter Martin Bashir obtained an interview with the late royal, an investigation found.
Darius, who holds the Guinness World Records citation for the world’s longest rabbit, disappeared from a backyard in the village of Stoulton over the weekend.
Hundreds gathered to mourn the killing of Sarah Everard and to call attention to the fear and danger women experience every day.