UK: Duchess of Cambridge gives natural birth to future king after 11 hours of...

The future king of the United Kingdom was born at 4.24pm in St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington after the Duchess of Cambridge had 11 hours of labour, with the Duke of Cambridge, HRH Prince William in attendance. The newest addition to the British Royal family and the Queen's third great-grandson, who weighs 8lbs and 6 oz, becomes the third line in the throne, moving Prince Harry down to fourth.

Finally legal: Queen gives gay marriage the Royal Assent

Britain legalises gay marriage on July 17, 2013. Her majesty the Queen Elizabeth II gave it Royal Assent.

Double-standard: UK sells $18bn weapons to human rights violators

Britain has issued more than 3,000 licenses allowing the export of weapons to countries where the UK has human rights concerns, according to a parliamentary report.

UK PM Cameron ditches plans to arm Syria militants as it’s ‘hardly worth it’

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has ditched plans to arm the Syrian militant groups after being warned by military chiefs that any small arms and missiles sent to Syria could fall into the hands of extremists. Defence chiefs told the prime minister that sending small arms or ground to air missiles is ‘hardly worth it’ since it would make little difference to the outcome of the conflict because Assad is winning and has the upper hand on the ground regardless of what Zionist mainstream media says on their propaganda.

UK: Prince Charles’ tax status comes under scrutiny

After dragging Amazon, Google and Starbucks over the tax coals, MPs will question the Prince of Wales’ most senior aide over controversial tax arrangements in connection with the royal heir’s 19-million-pound (US$28.6 million) annual income.

UK: Immigration system backlog will take 37 YEARS to clear, MPs reveal

The people applying to stay in the United Kingdom, could fill Wembley Stadium to capacity six times over and will take 37 years to clear. The figure includes immigrants applying to stay in the country, asylum seekers and 4,102 foreign offenders waiting to be deported.

Codename Tempora: UK could face EU court over spying revelations

The European Union is examining the potential violation of the EU law over revealed tapping of global communications and sharing of gleaned data with the United States.

Britain may approve world’s first three-parent baby

The world's first "three-parent baby" could be born in Britain by 2015, if detailed proposals for regulating the procedure pass a public consultation and are approved by Parliament next year.

Google ordered by UK to destroy all Wi-Fi data in 35 days, or face...

by Staff Reporter June 22, 2013 (TSR) - The UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has ordered Google to destroy all Wi-Fi payload data that its vehicles collected within 35 days....

UK’s GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world’s communications

Britain's spy agency GCHQ has secretly gained access to the network of cables which carry the world's phone calls and internet traffic and has started to process vast streams of sensitive personal information which it is sharing with its American partner, the National Security Agency (NSA). British spy agency collects and stores vast quantities of global email messages, Facebook posts, internet histories and calls, and shares them with NSA, latest documents from Edward Snowden reveal.

UK’s GCHQ spied on its G20 allies at London summits via Blackberry, Fake Internet...

Blackberry phones were monitored and fake internet cafes were set up by UK's GCHQ to gather information from allies and foreign politicians' communications in G20 Summit London in 2009.

Britain planned war, invasion on Syria years ago for Israel: Former French FM

Former French foreign minister has unveiled that Britain decided to launch war on Syria two years ahead of the country's unrest began. Britain was organizing an invasion of rebels into Syria for Israel.