Cameron: Britain Wants to Re-Open Tehran EmbassyBritish Prime Minister tells Iranian President Hassan Rouhani he is committed to re-opening the British embassy in Tehran.
Cameron, Rouhani Hold First Meeting Since 1979British PM holds with Iran’s President at the United Nations, the first meeting between the countries’ leaders since Islamic Revolution.
Britain's New Iran Envoy Visits TehranBritain's new envoy to Tehran visits Iran, the first British diplomat to do so since 2011.
Cameron and Rouhani Discuss Iran's Nuclear ProgramBritish PM David Cameron becomes the first UK prime minister in more than a decade to call an Iranian president.
Britain, Iran to Resume TiesBritain, Iran work on restoring ties after 2011 split; countries will exchange diplomats.
Hague to Iran: Back Your Statements with ActionThe international community is waiting for "concrete steps" by Iran, says British Foreign Secretary after meeting Iranian counterpart.
Britain Willing to Restore Ties with IranBritish Foreign Secretary William Hague says Britain is open to improved relations with Iran on a “step-by-step” basis.
PM Offers Sympathy to Hague over London AttackBritish Foreign Secretary William Hague is in Jerusalem.
Britain Considering Sending Warplanes to GulfBritain is considering stationing warplanes in the Persian Gulf as the confrontation with Iran continues, The Independent reports.
Britain: Iran Strike Not Appropriate at the MomentThe British government reiterates that it does not believe military action against Iran would be appropriate at the moment.
Iran Warns of More Measures Against BritainAfter Britain closes the Iranian embassy in London, the Islamic Republic threatens to take measures against Britain.
Britain Ejects Iranian Ambassador, Closes EmbassyGreat Britain has ordered the closure of the Iranian embassy and given its ambassador 48 hours to leave the United Kingdom.
Great Britain Leaves IranGreat Britain has quit Iran, ordering all staff to evacuate and return home after its Tehran embassy was destroyed by protesters.