The US military released video footage it claimed showed an Iranian military patrol boat approach one of two tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday as tensions increased in the region over the incident and oil prices rose.
Fourth-tier English football club Stevenage FC confirmed on Wednesday that it will give fans and investors the opportunity to buy shares in the club as part of an ambitious plan to chase promotion.
Boris Johnson started his Conservative leadership campaign on Wednesday with a warning that delaying Brexit beyond October 31 would result in the defeat of the government.
UK electric car owners are using unsuitable extension leads from their homes to charge their vehicles due to a lack of infrastructure, a consumer protection charity said on Thursday.
British Steel will be placed into administration on Wednesday, putting 5,000 jobs directly at risk and threatening another 20,000 in the company's supply chain.
British Steel is facing administration unless it can secure an emergency government loan, putting thousands of jobs at risk.
Google has restricted mobile phone giant Huawei from some features of its Android operating system following the Trump administration's blacklisting of the Chinese outfit.
Non-EU arrivals to the United Kingdom won’t have to remember their pen from next week, with landing cards set to be scrapped.
The competition regulator will investigate housebuilders over the alleged mis-selling of thousands of leasehold properties after pressure from ministers.
The House of Lords weighed in on the controversial HS2 high-speed rail project on Thursday, saying it would not offer value for money to the UK, and was at risk of “short changing” the North of England.
WhatsApp has urged users to update to the latest version of the app after finding that hackers have been able to exploit a vulnerability and install surveillance software through the messaging app.
Saudi Arabia reported attacks on two of its oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in a sign of rising tension in the Middle East.
David and Victoria Beckham have paid $50m (£38m) to take full control of the ex-footballer’s brand business from long-time business partner Simon Fuller.
The government has allocated £200m to remove and replace unsafe Grenfell-style cladding from around 170 privately owned high-rise buildings as frustration mounts against developers who have still failed to detach the flammable material.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt appeared to hint that the government's cross-party talks with Labour are close to bearing fruit on Tuesday, commenting that he doesn’t "personally" favor a customs union with the European Union but compromise was needed on all sides.
The Conservative and Labour parties both lost ground at local elections on Friday, with smaller parties and independent candidates hoovering up more seats as voters expressed their frustration over Brexit deadlock.
Theresa May is considering keeping the UK aligned to European Union customs regulations for years after Brexit as part of a compromise deal with the Labour Party, according to a report from The Times on Thursday.
The High Court has rejected an attempt by the Mayor of London and campaigners to overturn the government’s approval of a third runway at London’s Heathrow airport.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday claimed to have defeated an attempted coup which he blamed on the nation's far right and its support from the "deranged" US government.
Former US Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday announced his third bid for the Democratic nomination to run for President in a video in which he criticised President Trump and stated that "everything that has made America America, is at stake".