Police in Scotland say the three people who died in an avalanche on Britain’s highest peak were two Frenchman and a Swiss national.
It was a routine winter training mission in northeastern Scotland until the Maritime and Coastguard Agency crew spotted a stranded dog on the snowy Cairngorms mountains below.
British police say they are “aware” of a claim of responsibility by Irish dissidents with regard to the sending of letter bombs last week.
Official figures show that the British economy recovered in January from a disappointing end in 2018, though uncertainty remains high due to Brexit.
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt says he is looking for ways to help the children of British citizens who joined the Islamic State group in Syria.
A pilot whose plane crashed and killed 11 people at an English airshow has been cleared of manslaughter charges Pilot Andrew Hill was found not guilty of manslaughter at the Old Bailey courthouse Friday.
The lawyer for a teenager who ran away from her London home to join the Islamic State group in Syria says he has received unconfirmed reports that her newborn baby has died.
The U.K. government has decided to provide diplomatic protection to a British-Iranian woman detained in Iran for nearly three years.
The Latest on Britain’s departure from the European Union (all times local): 11 a.m.
Britain’s main opposition Labour Party says it has suspended a lawmaker who was filmed telling a meeting that the party had been “too apologetic” and “given too much ground” in its response to anti-Semitism allegations.