Prince William meets President Biden, awards climate prizes

William and Kate are usually portrayed in the British media as dutiful and earnest.

Food of the future: London air raid shelter to underground farm

Zero Carbon Farms grows herbs and salads in Clapham

Britain says Russia likely removing nuclear warheads from missiles and firing at Ukraine

Britain says Russia likely removing nuclear warheads from missiles and firing at Ukraine.

FM Bilawal hails removal of Pakistan from UK high-risk countries' list

Bilawal said the UK had officially removed Pakistan from its list of 'High-Risk Third Countries'

Process to appoint new Army Chief likely to start next week

Process to appoint new Army Chief likely to start next week

UK leader Sunak faces opposition in Parliament for 1st time

UK leader Sunak faces opposition in Parliament for 1st time

Rishi Sunak to become next UK PM as rivals quit race

Rishi Sunak to become next UK PM as rivals quit race

Johnson battling to win support for fresh PM bid

Junior minister Steve Baker said on Sunday he would vote for Sunak

EXPLAINER: Why the British public is not choosing its leader

Britain is divided into 650 local constituencies

Johnson returns to UK amid rumors he will run for leader

Johnson returns to UK amid rumors he will run for leader

Corps Commander Peshawar visits South Waziristan

The Corps Commander said Pakistan Army is playing an active role in peace and economic development.

Race to be next UK PM begins as momentum grows behind Boris Johnson

Mordaunt becomes first to declare intention to run

Boris Johnson eyes comeback as UK Conservatives pick new PM

Boris Johnson eyes comeback as UK Conservatives pick new PM

UK PM Truss clings to power as chaos in Westminster escalates

Truss losing authority as lawmakers quarrel

As UK's Truss fights for job, new finance minister says she made mistakes

BoE's Bailey says agrees with Hunt on need to fix finances

UK envoy calls on Bilawal Bhutto

Foreign Minister appreciated British support for flood affectees in Pakistan.

Scotland independence vote could come next year, Nicola Sturgeon says

In a 2014 plebiscite, which the British government approved, Scots rejected independence by 55%-45%.

Truth is in front of whole nation, Nawaz reacts to Maryam Nawaz's acquittal

Truth is in front of whole nation, Nawaz reacts to Maryam Nawaz’s acquittal

Britain's new king faces tricky task to unite royal 'firm'

Britain's new king faces tricky task to unite royal 'firm'

With ceremonies over, King Charles III faces biggest task

With ceremonies over, King Charles III faces biggest task

PM departs for New York to attend 77th session of UNGA

PM departs for New York to attend 77th session of UNGA

Britain and the world bid adieu to Queen Elizabeth II

Britain and the world bid adieu to Queen Elizabeth II

Britain and the world to lay Queen Elizabeth II to rest

Monday has been declared a public holiday in honor of Elizabeth.

Prime Minister attends reception hosted by King Charles III

PM Shehbaz is amongst the world leaders who are in UK to attend last rituals of Queen Elizabeth II.

PM Shehbaz condoles with King Charles III

Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif met with King Charles III on Sunday.

PM in UK to meet Nawaz Sharif, attend State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

An important meeting of senior PML-N leadership will also be held.

PM leaves for London to attend Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral

PM leaves to attend Queen Elizabeth's state funeral.

Without the queen at its heart, Commonwealth faces uncertain future

Queen Elizabeth cared deeply about Commonwealth.

Queue for queen's coffin 'paused' as wait hits 14 hours

Queue for queen’s coffin ‘paused’ as wait hits 14 hours

Crowds queue for queen's coffin as Charles spends quiet day

Crowds queue for queen’s coffin as Charles spends quiet day

Thousands pass Queen Elizabeth's coffin as she lies in state in London

Officials expect some 750,000 people to view the coffin.

Final preparations underway for procession of queen's coffin

Final preparations underway for procession of queen’s coffin

Britons back new King Charles, so long as he keeps quiet

Britons back new King Charles, so long as he keeps quiet

King Charles visits N Ireland, queen's coffin to be flown to London

King Charles visits N Ireland, queen's coffin to be flown to London

The queen, as imagined — from punk rock to mystery novels

The queen, as imagined — from punk rock to mystery novels

Pakistan observes 'day of national mourning' over Queen Elizabeth II's death

The Cabinet Division was directed to take further necessary steps in this regard.

Pakistan to observe a day of mourning on Queen Elizabeth's death

The cabinet division has also issued a notification in this regard.

Mandela and Queen Elizabeth enjoyed a 'warm friendship,' secretary recalls

Mandela and Queen Elizabeth enjoyed a 'warm friendship,' secretary recalls

Charles III formally declared King at Accession Council ceremony

The televised council meeting was held at St James's Palace in London.

Crowds mourn 'amazing lady' Queen Elizabeth outside royal residences

Crowds mourn 'amazing lady' Queen Elizabeth outside royal residences

Prince Harry and Meghan tread delicate path after queen's death

Prince Harry and Meghan tread delicate path after queen's death

PM visits UK high commission, conveys condolence over Queen's demise

PM visits UK high commission, conveys condolence over Queen’s demise

PM pens condolatory letter to British PM, conveys grief over passing of Queen

PM pens condolatory letter to British PM, conveys grief over passing of Queen

Premier League games off as 'mark of respect' to queen

Premier League games off as ‘mark of respect’ to queen

King Charles to address a nation in mourning

King Charles to address a nation in mourning.

The process by which Charles's accession to the throne is formalised

The process by which Charles's accession to the throne is formalised

Queen Elizabeth's death: Reaction from politicians and officials

Queen Elizabeth's death: Reaction from politicians and officials

Elizabeth, the queen who moved with a changing world

Elizabeth, the queen who moved with a changing world

Britain's Queen Elizabeth dies peacefully at Scottish home aged 96

Britain's Queen Elizabeth dies peacefully at Scottish home aged 96

Crowds gather outside Buckingham Palace

Crowds gather outside Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth's family rush to side of ailing monarch

Queen Elizabeth's family rush to side of ailing monarch

DEC UK raised 16 million pounds for Pakistan floods victims

DEC UK raised 16 million pounds for Pakistan floods victims

Truss appointed as Britain's PM, Johnson bows out

Truss appointed as Britain's PM, Johnson bows out

Russia says UK ties unlikely to improve under Truss

Truss is expected to continue the policy of forcefully confronting Russia.

Britain to learn who will succeed Johnson as prime minister

Whoever emerges victorious will inherit an economy heading into a potentially lengthy recession

Factbox: How will Britain's next prime minister be announced?

Queen Elizabeth has had 14 prime ministers during her 70-year reign.

Pakistan HC briefs UK diaspora and charities on floods in Pakistan

Pakistan HC briefs UK diaspora and charities on floods in Pakistan

UK steps up support of further £15 million for Pakistan's flood response

UK steps up support of further £15 million for Pakistan’s flood response

Prince of Wales grieved over flood devastation in Pakistan

Prince of Wales grieved over flood devastation in Pakistan

British Queen expresses solidarity with Pakistan amidst flood-caused destruction

British Queen expresses solidarity with Pakistan amidst flood-caused destruction

Prince Harry hopes Diana death anniversary will be 'filled with memories'

Prince Harry hopes Diana death anniversary will be 'filled with memories'

First drought, now downpours as storms slam France, England

First drought, now downpours as storms slam France, England

Pak-UK ties based on friendship, mutual cooperation: Army Chief

General Bajwa congratulated the Royal Academy cadets on passing the training course.

COAS General Bajwa in UK on official visit

The Army Chief will also call on military leadership of United Kingdom during the visit.

Life support for UK boy to be stopped after long legal battle

Life support for UK boy to be stopped after long legal battle

Britain's trains disrupted in second widespread rail strike in a week

ASLEF plans to hold another one-day strike on Aug. 13.

UK inflation hits new 40-year high

The BoE has not increased its rates by more than 0.25 percentage points each time.

UK breaks its record for highest temperature as heat builds

UK breaks its record for highest temperature as heat builds

Prince Harry challenges divided world to reclaim democracies

Prince Harry challenges divided world to reclaim democracies

Millions swelter as UK endures its 1st extreme heat warning

Millions swelter as UK endures its 1st extreme heat warning

Britain set for record heatwave temperatures

The mercury was set to rise to highs of 38 Celsius (100.4 Fahrenheit) in London

Sunak tops first round of voting for new UK Tory leader

Sunak tops first round of voting for new UK Tory leader

UK economy rebounds 0.5% in May: data

Gross domestic product expanded by 0.5 percent.

Prince Harry's lawyer says royal officials should have stayed out of protection decision

Prince Harry's lawyer says royal officials should have stayed out of protection decision

Two more ministers resign in fresh blow to UK PM Johnson

Laura Trott said she was quitting over a loss of "trust" in the government.

Imran Khan, British High Commissioner discuss bilateral ties

The British High Commissioner thanked the former PM for hosting him.

Prince Charles says Commonwealth nations free to chart own course

Prince Charles says Commonwealth nations free to chart own course

Moeen Ali open to England Test comeback for Pakistan tour

Moeen Ali open to England Test comeback for Pakistan tour

Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee kicks off with pomp

Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee kicks off with pomp

Pakistan highly values its relations with UK, Shehbaz tells Johnson

Shehbaz reiterated Pakistan's desire to bolster its ties with the UK across diverse fields.

UK says Russia suffers devastating losses among lower-ranked officers

Russian forces intensified attacks on Monday to capture Sievierodonetsk.

William leads Trooping the Colour full dress rehearsal

William leads Trooping the Colour full dress rehearsal

A look at Queen Elizabeth II's style through the decades

A look at Queen Elizabeth II's style through the decades

Shadab, Hassan and Rauf; 'Rotti Group' unites in UK

Shadab Khan, who just reached UK to play for Yorkshire County Cricket Club met his "rotti group".

Britain, U.S. sign commercial spaceflight collaboration deal

Britain, U.S. sign commercial spaceflight collaboration deal

PM Shehbaz extends stay in UK for two days

PM Shehbaz and his delegation will now return to Pakistan on Sunday.

British High Commissioner meets Hamza, vows to continue cooperation

British High Commissioner felicitated Hamza Shahbaz on assuming the office of the chief minister.

Prince Charles delivers Queen's Speech for the first time

Prince Charles delivers Queen's Speech for the first time

No Harry, Meghan or Andrew on queen's jubilee balcony: palace

No Harry, Meghan or Andrew on queen's jubilee balcony

Britain pushes tough tech rules under new digital watchdog

Britain pushes tough tech rules under new digital watchdog

Queen to miss traditional royal garden party season

Queen to miss traditional royal garden party season

British PM Johnson congratulates Shehbaz Sharif on his election

He conveyed best wishes to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and the people of Pakistan

Miftah for further enhancing relations with UK

Secretary Finance was also present in the meeting

Bilawal, Nawaz agree to withdraw decision regarding use of EVM's

Bilawal, Nawaz agree to withdraw decision regarding use of EVM’s

UK PM arrives in India for hard sell on anti-Russia action

UK PM arrives in India for hard sell on anti-Russia action

Britain's Queen Elizabeth gets own Barbie doll for Platinum Jubilee

Britain's Queen Elizabeth gets own Barbie doll for Platinum Jubilee

Queen Elizabeth II turns 96

Gun salutes will ring out Thursday to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s 96th birthday

UK PM felicitates Shehbaz Sharif

Johnson expressed to work together with new prime minister of Pakistan on areas of shared interest.

National Day of Pakistan marked by Flag Hoisting Ceremony at the High Commission

National Day of Pakistan marked by Flag Hoisting Ceremony at the High Commission

Two UK-Iranian nationals fly back to Britain after Tehran release

Two UK-Iranian nationals fly back to Britain after Tehran release

Brits to get 350 pounds a month to open homes to Ukraine refugees

Britain will pay people 350 pounds ($456) a month if they can offer refugees a spare room.

Pak HC unveils Quaid-e-Azam's portrait at London's iconic National Liberal Club

The Quaid had remained associated with the Club for many years during his stay in London.

British Council’s 'PK-UK Season 2022 New Perspectives' launched

British Council’s 'PK-UK Season 2022 New Perspectives' launched at Pakistan High Commission London

'No substance' to reports of Ratcliffe bidding for Chelsea, says spokesman

'No substance' to reports of Ratcliffe bidding for Chelsea, says spokesman

'This is the start': Klopp eyes quadruple after Liverpool win League Cup

Klopp challenged Liverpool to chase a historic quadruple after the Reds won the League Cup final

Ukraine conflict could last 'number of years': UK FM Truss

She warned Russian President Vladimir Putin could deploy more deadly weapons.

UK unveils 'first barrage' of sanctions on Russian banks and oligarchs

UK unveils 'first barrage' of sanctions on Russian banks and oligarchs

Britain slide out of sight at disappointing Beijing Olympics

Beijing Olympics have been a let-down for Britain.

People with COVID in England won't need to self-isolate

In Britain, 85% of people age 12 and up have had two vaccine doses

UK warns Russia could start Europe's 'biggest war since 1945'

People need to understand the sheer cost in human life that could entail: UK PM

Prince Harry lawyers say he feels unsafe bringing kids to UK

Prince Harry lawyers say he feels unsafe bringing kids to UK

Who is Prince Andrew's accuser Virginia Giuffre?

Who is Prince Andrew's accuser Virginia Giuffre?

Prince Andrew settles with sex abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre

Prince Andrew settles with sex abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre

UK court acquits MQM founder in inciting terrorism case

UK court acquits MQM founder in inciting terrorism case

Killed for witchcraft, Scotland's forgotten victims find a voice

In total, more than 2,500 people were executed for witchcraft in Scotland, four-fifths of them women

UK's Met Police send questionnaire to Boris Johnson over lockdown parties

The Metropolitan Police are contacting more than 50 people who attended the parties.

Whole world praised govt's policies to curb Covid-19: PM Imran

Whole world praised govt's policies to curb Covid-19

PM invites Prince Charles to Pakistan

Imran Khan on Friday invited British Prince Charles to visit Pakistan

UK's Prince Charles tests positive for COVID-19 for a second time

UK's Prince Charles tests positive for COVID-19 for a second time

Climate hope as scientists in UK set fusion record

Nuclear fusion is the same process that the sun uses to generate heat.

NCA documents reveal Shehbaz Sharif was prime target of money laundering probe

The UK's agency closed the investigation against Shehbaz Sharif.

Gun salutes mark Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee year

Gun salutes mark Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee year

Fell asleep a princess, awoke a queen: Elizabeth in Kenya

The world awoke on February 6, 1952, to the death of King George VI.

The world's longest-reigning monarchs

Here are the world's longest known reigns

UK 'partygate' report slams 'failures of leadership'

UK 'partygate' report slams 'failures of leadership'

Kremlin denounces UK plan for new Russia sanctions

Relations between Russia and the West are at their lowest point since the Cold War

UK preparing new Russia sanctions law to leave 'nowhere to hide'

There will be nowhere to hide for Putin's oligarchs: Truss

WikiLeaks' Assange gets chance to take extradition case to UK's top court

WikiLeaks' Assange gets chance to take extradition case to UK's top court

Scottish independence protesters march against Johnson's UK government

They were accompanied by bagpipe players and a number of police officers

UK lawmaker says she was sacked from ministerial job for her Muslim faith

Nusrat Ghani had lost her job as a junior transport minister in February 2020.

UK accuses Kremlin of trying to install pro-Russian leader in Ukraine

The British foreign ministry declined to provide evidence to back its accusations

London-based law firm seeks arrest of Indian Army Chief, HM over IIOJK war crimes

The law firm's investigation suggested that abuses have worsened during coronavirus pandemic.

Special Ministerial Committee reviews extradition treaty with UK

The meeting of Special Ministerial Committeemade important decisions on the repatriation of culprits

UK's Johnson apologizes for attending party during lockdown

The apology was Johnson’s attempt to assuage a tide of anger from the public and politicians

UK's Johnson accused of breaking lockdown with garden party

UK’s Johnson accused of breaking lockdown with garden party

Int'l community's assistance to Afghanistan imperative for regional peace: COAS

Int’l community's assistance to Afghanistan imperative for regional peace

UK to deploy troops to virus-hit London hospitals

Around 200 armed forces personnel will join health workers in the capital.

Cabinet approves extradition of accused Abdul Qadir to Britain

Cabinet approves extradition of accused Abdul Qadir to Britain

Russia, China, Britain, US and France say no one can win nuclear war

Russia, China, Britain, US and France say no one can win nuclear war

Tony Blair, Daniel Craig join scientists on UK Honors List

Tony Blair, Daniel Craig join scientists on UK Honors List

Cabinet to take up issue of extradition of Abdul Qadir to UK

Cabinet to take up issue of extradition of Abdul Qadir to UK

FM Qureshi, UK parliament member discuss bilateral ties, cooperation

FM Qureshi, UK parliament member discuss bilateral ties, cooperation

England's Ashes fate in balance as players wait for COVID-19 results

England's Ashes fate in balance as players wait for COVID-19 results

Queen Elizabeth speaks of missing her husband's 'familiar laugh' at Christmas

The queen said she knew Philip would want his family to enjoy Christmas

OIC conference productive to address humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan: FM Qureshi

The FM said Pakistan desires to further strengthen bilateral relations with the United Kingdom.

COAS General Bajwa, UK Defence chief discuss Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

Matters of mutual interest and humanitarian situation in Afghanistan were discussed.

British surge seen as warning on omicron but responses vary

British surge seen as warning on omicron but responses vary

UK calls for Western unity against Russia, China threats

Russia's build-up of troops on Ukraine's border is top of the agenda

UK calls for Western unity against Russia, China threats

Two-day gathering of foreign ministers from G7 is last in-person gathering of Britain's presidency

UK court allows Assange's extradition to US for spying case

Court in London ruled that US assurances were enough to guarantee Assange would be treated humanely

Entire Yorkshire coaching staff leave club after racism scandal

Former Yorkshire off-spinner Azeem Rafiq gave harrowing testimony to British lawmakers last month

Norway's 'threadbare' Christmas tree present underwhelms some in Britain

Norway's 'threadbare' Christmas tree present underwhelms some in Britain

Victory for Duchess Meghan as UK tabloid's court appeal dismissed

The letter's contents "were personal, private and not matters of legitimate public interest"

MI6 spy chief says China, Russia, Iran top UK threat list

Moore said the UK also continues “to face an acute threat from Russia.”

Britain snubbed as France hosts Channel migration talks

Britain snubbed as France hosts Channel migration talks

France expands sea monitoring as migrants vow to pursue UK dream

France expands sea monitoring as migrants vow to pursue UK dream

Peace in Afghanistan means peace in Pakistan: COAS

Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa calls for global convergence on Afghanistan for avoiding humanitarian crisis

COAS, UK's special representative to Pakistan discuss matters of mutual interest

COAS, UK's special representative to Pakistan discuss matters of mutual interest

Britain outlaws Hamas: interior minister

The organisation will be banned under the Terrorism Act and that anyone expressing support for Hamas

In Britain, fears grow over spiking winter fuel bills

In Britain, fears grow over spiking winter fuel bills

Pakistan values UK's role in global, regional affairs: COAS

British ambassador appreciates Pakistan's role in Afghan situation, efforts for regional stability

England formidable even without Mills and Roy, says Williamson

Morgan's team are bidding to be the first side to hold the 20-overs and the 50-overs World Cups

England's Morgan maintains opener suspense, plays down 'favourites' tag

Morgan was particularly wary of New Zealand's ability to fight as a unit.

UK to add two Chinese vaccines to approved list from November 22

England had removed Pakistan from its Covid-19 red list in September.

England cricket chief flies to Pakistan to restore relations

Raja said he felt "humiliated" when the ECB announced in September it was calling off the tour.

England's Roy ruled out of T20 World Cup

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has approved batsman James Vince as his replacement.

UK to provide 55 million pounds to Pakistan to tackle climate change

The UK ranks Pakistan 8th among the countries most affected by climate change

BoE to decide on UK rate rise as inflation surges

BoE to decide on UK rate rise as inflation surges

UK Navy Ship visits Karachi, conducts naval drills with Pakistan Navy

UK Navy Ship visits Karachi, conducts naval drills with Pakistan Navy

COVID pandemic in Britain is not over, hard months to come

COVID pandemic in Britain is not over, hard months to come

Leaders dial up doomsday warning to kick-start climate talks

The metaphors were dramatic and mixed at the start of the talks, known as COP26.

Buttler ton helps England virtually seal T20 World Cup semi spot

Buttler's unbeaten 101 steered England to 163 for four after being invited to bat first in Sharjah.

Pakistani celebrities gather in Turkey to star IPPA Awards 2021

Pakistani celebrities gather in Turkey to star IPPA Awards 2021

G-20 opens with call for more vaccines for poor countries

Summit is confronting what is tantamount to what has been playing out as two-track global recovery

Biden, trio of European allies discuss Iran nuclear program

The U.N.’s atomic watchdog has said Iran is increasingly in violation of the deal

England thrash Australia by eight wickets in T20 World Cup

Woakes sent the dangerous David Warner trudging back to the pavilion

UK's Johnson gives G-20 stark warning on climate change

Johnson will deploy his ebullience and his — admittedly divisive — charm to try to extract cash

Queen Elizabeth II, 95, is advised to rest for 2 weeks

The decision comes days after the 95-year-old sovereign underwent medical tests

Brexit: French Agriculture Minister says no progress in fishing talks with UK

Brexit: French Agriculture Minister says no progress in fishing talks with UK

US says Assange could go to Australian prison if convicted

US prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges

Kashmir Black Day photo exhibition held at Pakistan HC in London

Pakistan High Commissioner Moazzam Ahmad Khan expressed solidarity with the Kashmiri victims

Men drive an extra 276 miles per year, British study

Men drive an extra 276 miles per year, British study

UK says substantial differences remain with EU over N.Ireland trade

UK says substantial differences remain with EU over N.Ireland trade

Rashid stars as England thrash West Indies in second T20 World Cup Super 12 match

Moeen opened the bowling for England with his off-spin and made an instant impact

Morgan says England are over West Indies woe ahead of T20 World Cup opener

England were on the brink of victory only for Brathwaite to hit four sixes in a row

Queen Elizabeth back at desk after first night in hospital in years

The queen had been told to rest by her medical staff but her ailment was not related to COVID-19.

UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder

The slaying took place as Amess, who was 69, attended a routine meeting with his constituents.

Willey determined to enjoy England return at T20 World Cup

The painful memories of two years ago remain vivid for Willey

UK counterterror officers lead probe in lawmaker's slaying

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he and his Cabinet were “deeply shocked and heart-stricken.”

British High Commissioner calls on Law Minister Farogh Naseem

Matters related to mutual interests and legal cooperation were discussed during the meeting.

English team's tour cancellation disappointed spectators: FM Qureshi

English team's tour cancellation disappointed spectators

Ian Watmore steps down as ECB chairman

Watmore said he would be retiring from the working world entirely

British envoy in Kabul as Taliban seek to break isolation

The hardline Islamist movement declared a new regime after overrunning the capital in August

Fuel crisis to be solved by British military

Members of the military look on at Buncefield Oil Depot in Hemel Hempstead, Britain

Facing crises, UK PM Johnson says he will take bold decisions

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson gives a thumb up after addressing the 76th Session of the UNGA

England's abandoning Pakistan tour caused financial loss, disappointment: Qureshi tells UK

FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi Tuesday met British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Elizabeth Truss.