Queen Elizabeth II marks Coronation 60th anniversary at Westminster Abbey

Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II has joined 2,000 guests for a service at Westminster Abbey to mark 60 years since her Coronation.

Gay marriage: UK House of Commons passes Prime Minister Cameron’s plan

The House of Commons has voted to allow gay marriage in England and Wales by 366 votes to 161. The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill now goes before the House of Lords. Prime Minister David Cameron hopes it will become law soon, with the first ceremonies taking place by next summer.

#SEA hacks 8 UK’s Daily Telegraph Twitter accounts and Facebook

Hacktivists are determined to shut down organizations who have been spreading lies and propaganda against the Syrian government and contributing to chaos and disharmony. In less than 24 hours after the Saudi Arabia Defense Ministry Mail System got compromised, the Syrian Electronic Army hijacked Europe's first daily web-based newspaper, The Daily Telegraph, a UK-based international news portal. Earlier today, the Syrian Electronic Army has compromised 8 Twitter accounts Telegraph news and Facebook account.

Global dignitaries attend Margaret Thatcher’s funeral in London amid praise and protest

Margaret Thatcher, Britain's Iron Lady, was laid to rest Wednesday with a level of pomp and protest reflecting her status as a commanding, polarizing political figure. Queen Elizabeth II, prime ministers and dignitaries from 170 countries were among the mourners at St. Paul's Cathedral, where Bishop of London Richard Chartres spoke of the strong feelings the former prime minister still evokes 23 years after leaving office.

Breaking: ‘Iron Lady’ Margaret Thatcher has died following a stroke at 87

April 8, 2013 (TSR) - The former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher has died at the age of 87. Thatcher, who led the British government between 1979 and 1990, suffered...

“Free association”, an option for the current Falklands’ dispute at UN

March 12, 2013 (TSR-Mercopress) - Professor Peter Willetts, formally accredited by the Falklands Government as a referendum observer, argued however, that ‘Free Association’ and not ‘Overseas Territory’ would be acceptable...

Clear message to Argentina: 99.8% of Falkland Islanders want to stay British

Despite frequent snow showers and zero temperatures, the celebratory party had already started on Arch Green in the centre of Port Stanley as the result of the Falklands’ referendum was a foregone conclusion, but the loud cheer that went up from the assembled gathering could be heard all over the town as the news filtered through that only 3 persons had voted against the Falklands remaining a self-governing dependent territory of Great Britain.

Britain and Argentina should have joint sovereignty over Falkland islands – British MP George...

March 10, 2013 (TSR-RT) - As residents of the Falkland Islands hold a two-day referendum on whether to remain a British overseas territory, British MP George Galloway says London...

Queen leaves hospital earlier than expected after making good recovery from stomach bug

Her Majesty The Queen has left hospital a day earlier than expected after making a good recovery from the stomach bug which has forced her to cancel her official engagements this week.

Britain’s downgraded credit rating: Moody’s wake-up call must trigger a change of course

by Observer Editorial February 25, 2013 (TSR) - For more than three years, the maintenance of Britain's AAA credit rating has been the explicit and totemic aim of economic policy....

Britain’s credit rating downgraded from AAA to Aa1

The Government’s economic strategy has been dealt a serious blow after a leading credit ratings agency downgraded UK debt on its expectation that growth will "remain sluggish over the next few years".

British Pound falls close to three-year low, likely to drop further

February 23, 2013 (TSR) - Great Britain pound has fallen by the sharpest pace in the past three years since the beginning of this year, with the downward move...