'Jihadi John' Relatives Under Watch in KuwaitKuwaiti authorities are monitoring family members of Mohammed Emwazi, believed to be ISIS executioner 'Jihadi John.'
Report: Britain Sees Record Level of Anti-SemitismCommunity Security Trust, said 1,1168 anti-Semitic incidents were reported in Britain in 2014.
Survey: More Britons Dislike Israel Than IranNew survey finds Britons feel most unfavorably to Israel, with exception of North Korea, than any other non-European country in the world.
Australia, Britain Slam ISIS Hostage KillingAustralian and British foreign ministers Bishop and Hammond condemn brutal ISIS murder before defense discussions on Russia, Ebola.
UK Man Jailed for Anti-Semitic Tweet to Labor MPGarron Helm, 21, sentenced to 4 weeks in jail for sending a “grossly offensive” anti-Semitic tweet to Liverpool Labor MP Luciana Berger.
Murderer Told Police He 'Needed to Kill a Jew'UK inquiry hears how schizophrenic killer released just days before fatally stabbing innocent Jewish man in Manchester.
Royal Birth Demonstrates 'True Democracy'Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thank hospital for their "tremendous" care; Peres sends congratulatory letter upon birth of baby boy.
London Metropolitan U. Gateway to Britain ClosedUK begins to fight illegal immigration as London Metropolitan University is targeted for facilitating entry via student visas.
Ending Grade Inflation Or Back To InequalityBritish high school exam scores declined as part of a policy to combat grade inflation.
Wiki Leaks Founder Awaits Ecuador Asylum DecisionEcuador's Rafael Correa may help Julian Assange to reestablish leftist credibility.
Dissident Catholics Unite Threaten Return to ArmsThree dissident Catholic groups claim that the revolution has been betrayed by Sinn Fein, threaten to take up arms again.
The News From Europe Is Universally DepressingThe euro rallied today, but there are strong doubts it can keep up the pretense, given the succession of bad news. Germany's rating is down.
Osborne Claims Austerity Success Allows SpendingAttempting to jump-start a sagging economy, Britain will underwrite loans to infrastructure projects.
Bloodied Cameron Attempting To Salvage CoalitionAfter a very bad spell and recriminations among the coalition partners, David Cameron may face intraparty challenge.
Civilian Firm Fails To Meet Olympic Guard QuotaShortly before the Olympic Games are to begin, the British Army has to come up with a lot of extra bodies.
Nuclear Sub Plan Attacked By Scottish NationalistsThe plan to replace Britain's aging Trident program has aroused antagonism in many quarters.
Salmond Wants to Play Brave Heart; Cameron NixesLondon and Edinburgh are in a chess match over the timing and wording of an independence referendum.
Momentum Builds for Scottish IndependenceAs the polls demonstrate growing support for Scottish independence economic arguments pro and con are targeting the Scots.
Black Majority in UK Violence NotedThe political correctness that sought to soft pedal the racial component of the recent crime is weakening. Parents too are being blamed.