Splits within British government deepen over the UK's future economic relationship with the European Union.
Should the British property market go vertical to end the perpetual housing crisis?
Business and philanthropy complement one another hugely, argues James Reed is the Chairman of reed.co.uk.
Academic Aleksandr Kogan's company, Global Science Research, developed a Facebook app that vacuumed up information from users
Alexander Nix refused to testify before the U.K. Parliament's media committee, citing British authorities' investigation into his former company.
U.S. and U.K. intelligence agencies said the main targets include "government and private-sector organizations," as well as "critical infrastructure" providers.
Some online frauds are so simple to execute it questions why criminals would even consider robbing a bank.
'Get ready, Russia': US President denounces Assad as 'gas killing animal' after Kremlin vows to shoot down US missiles.
The daughter of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal was poisoned along with her father in Salisbury.
The government of Ecuador has confirmed that it has cut off internet access in its embassy in London to Julian Assange
May wants an EU summit in Brussels to make a strong statement against Russian President Vladimir Putin after the poisoning
Facebook's stock tumbled 2 percent at the opening bell Tuesday following its worst trading day in four years.
Moscow ignored a midnight deadline to explain how a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union was used against Sergei Skripal, an ex-Russian agent.
Agampodi Dezoysa, 25, from Brent, north London, has been jailed for 12 years after he admitted 4 counts of rape, assault causing grievous bodily harm, and criminal damage.
Michael Gallagher, 34, was jailed for 6 years and 9 months at Liverpool Crown Court after he admitted attacking Christine Bell, 70, with a wheel brace.
Ocean explorer attempts to enlighten the travel company about orcas' physical suffering in captivity.
Russian news agencies, controlled by the Kremlin, have denounced accusations by members of the UK government.