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

PM Shehbaz congratulates Rishi Sunak on nomination as Conservative leader, UK PM

PM Shehbaz congratulates Rishi Sunak on nomination as Conservative leader, UK PM

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

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

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 to provide additional £10 million aid for flood relief supplies

UK to provide additional £10 million aid for flood relief supplies

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%.

UK's embattled govt stares at new U-turn on economy

Splits have also emerged in the cabinet.

By the numbers: Facts and figures about the queen's funeral

125 movie theaters that will open their doors to broadcast Monday's funeral live.

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.

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

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

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

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

Charles III formally declared King at Accession Council ceremony

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

King Charles to address a nation in mourning

King Charles to address a nation in mourning.

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.

COAS General Bajwa in UK on official visit

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

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.

Britain set for record heatwave temperatures

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

UK economy rebounds 0.5% in May: data

Gross domestic product expanded by 0.5 percent.

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.

British PM Johnson congratulates Shehbaz Sharif on his election

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

Pakistan highly values its relations with UK: Hina Khar

British High Commissioner called on Minister of State for Foreign Affairs on Thursday.

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

Judge sends Assange extradition decision to UK government

Judge sends Assange extradition decision to UK government

Russia bans entry to British PM Johnson

Russia bans entry to British PM Johnson

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.

UK's PM says West ready to intensify sanctions on Russia for 'as long as it takes'

UK's PM says West ready to intensify sanctions on Russia for 'as long as it takes'

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

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

Johnson pledges 'further UK support' in call with Ukraine's Zelensky

Johnson pledges 'further UK support' in call with Ukraine's Zelensky

Russia bans UK-linked planes from its airspace

Russia bans UK-linked planes from its airspace

UK summons Russian ambassador, says 'severe sanctions' coming

UK summons Russian ambassador, says 'severe sanctions' coming

Europe stocks dive after Russia attacks Ukraine

At the start of trade, London stocks sank almost three percent.

Britain's Johnson says Putin 'has chosen a path of bloodshed' in Ukraine

Britain's Johnson says Putin 'has chosen a path of bloodshed' in Ukraine

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

UK warns people to stay home as it braces for 90 mph winds

UK warns people to stay home as it braces for 90 mph winds

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.

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.

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

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

Not afraid of anyone, says Hareem Shah on money laundering case

They have to provide evidence in order to freeze my accounts, says Hareem Shah.

British health minister did not admit all pandemic deaths were overcounted

British health minister did not admit all pandemic deaths were overcounted

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

UK bans ad showing girl eating cheese while hanging upside down

Mondelez said the ad was aimed at parents, and had been shown only on programming for adults.

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.

Sheikh Rashid meets British High Commissioner Christian Turner

Sheikh Rashid meets British High Commissioner Christian Turner

Special Ministerial Committee reviews extradition treaty with UK

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

UK to deploy troops to virus-hit London hospitals

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

UK makes omicron contingency plans for hospitals, schools

UK makes omicron contingency plans for hospitals, schools

Tony Blair, Daniel Craig join scientists on UK Honors List

Tony Blair, Daniel Craig join scientists on UK Honors List

UK virus cases hit new record

Some 119,789 cases were recorded in the last 24 hours.

UK PM Johnson staring at by-election disaster

UK PM Johnson staring at by-election disaster

British PM faces crucial vote in party heartland

British PM faces crucial vote in party heartland

Europe stocks diverge; London hit by hot inflation

UK inflation spikes to decade-high at 5.1%: official

Belgian trial to start over UK migrant truck deaths

Belgian trial to start over UK migrant truck deaths

UK Johnson faces angry MP at vote on new virus curbs

UK Johnson faces angry MP at vote on new virus curbs

Four face trial in UK over toppling of slave trader statue

Four face trial in UK over toppling of slave trader statue

UK's Johnson accused of breaching own Covid rules

UK's Johnson accused of breaching own Covid rules

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 economic recovery already slowed pre-Omicron: data

UK economic recovery already slowed pre-Omicron: data

England has community transmission of Omicron variant, health minister says

England has community transmission of Omicron variant, health minister says

UK sets out plans to boost global digital trade

UK sets out plans to boost global digital trade

Britain alarmed by new COVID-19 variant spreading in South Africa

Britain alarmed by new COVID-19 variant spreading in South Africa

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

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

US, Australia, UK sign key deal in nuclear sub alliance

US, Australia, UK sign key deal in nuclear sub alliance

High-end handbags go up for auction in London

High-end handbags go up for auction in London

UK's Johnson faces grilling from MPs amid sleaze row

UK's Johnson faces grilling from MPs amid sleaze row

Cricketer in racism scandal tells British lawmakers he felt 'humiliated'

Cricketer in racism scandal tells British lawmakers he felt 'humiliated'

UK's Johnson says choice looms between Russian hydrocarbons, backing Ukraine

UK's Johnson says choice looms between Russian hydrocarbons, backing Ukraine

UK counter terrorism police arrest three after Liverpool car blast

UK counter terrorism police arrest three after Liverpool car blast

Fake news regarding death of Queen Elizabeth circulating on social media

Fake news regarding death of Queen Elizabeth circulating on social media

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

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

The Poison Garden is filled with plants that can kill you

The Poison Garden at England's Alnwick Garden is filled with plants that can kill you

Changing guard at Buckingham Palace: Camilla steps up

Changing guard at Buckingham Palace: Camilla steps up

Boris Johnson did not pledge to eliminate cash at COP26 summit

Boris Johnson did not pledge to eliminate cash at COP26 summit

Queen Elizabeth II seen driving, easing health fears

Queen Elizabeth II seen driving, easing health fears

EU's Sefcovic warns UK not to embark on 'confrontation'

EU's Sefcovic warns UK not to embark on 'confrontation'

Pakistani celebrities gather in Turkey to star IPPA Awards 2021

Pakistani celebrities gather in Turkey to star IPPA Awards 2021

PM Imran, Prince Charles reaffirm close ties between commonwealth nations

PM Imran, Prince Charles agree to enhance global cooperation on climate change

UK likely to force NHS staff to have COVID shots

UK likely to force NHS staff to have COVID shots

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

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

Earn Rs5.8 million annually for watching movies in bed all day

Earn Rs5.8 million annually for watching movies in bed all day

UK foreign minister to discuss infrastructure in developing world in Gulf visit

UK foreign minister to discuss infrastructure in developing world in Gulf visit

Britain's Royal Mint to extract gold from discarded electronics

Britain's Royal Mint to extract gold from discarded electronics

Sticking points at the U.N. climate conference

Sticking points at the U.N. climate conference

UK says will beef up MPs' security after MP killed

UK says will beef up MPs' security after MP killed

Iran court upholds jail term for UK-Iranian aid worker, lawyer says

Iran court upholds jail term for UK-Iranian aid worker, lawyer says

Britain's queen irritated by leaders who just talk on climate change

Britain's queen irritated by leaders who just talk on climate change

England name strong squad for Ashes tour after quarantine fears

England name strong squad for Ashes tour after quarantine fears

UK accepts three coronavirus vaccines being administered in Pakistan

UK accepts three coronavirus vaccines being administered in Pakistan

US oil rises to highest since 2014 amid global energy crunch

Crude oil storage tanks are seen from above at the Cushing oil hub, in Cushing, Oklahoma

UK issues new travel advisory for Pakistan

Pakistani nationals have been directed to quarantine themselves at their residence for 10 day.

Fuel crisis to be solved by British military

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

Britain says fuel crisis under control

A delivery driver refills the pumps at an Esso petrol station amid fuel shortage

No case filed against Shehbaz in UK: Shahzad Akbar

Shehbaz Sharif's name not mentioned in the order: Shahzad Akbar

UK minister blames industry rep for petrol-buying frenzy

UK minister blames industry rep for petrol-buying frenzy

FM arrives in London on three-day official visit

Shah Mahmood Qureshi will have a bilateral meeting with his British counterpart

Doctored Image of UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss holding a phone upside down

Doctored Image of UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss holding a phone upside down

World recognizing PM's efforts for environment protection: Farrukh

Johnson appreciated Imran Khan over Ten Billion Trees Tsunami Programme.

UNGA session: Boris Johnson lauds PM Imran for billion trees project

UNGA session: Boris Johnson lauds PM Imran for billion tree project

CM Buzdar welcomes UK's decision to remove Pakistan from red list

Britain is an important friend and trading partner of Pakistan: Buzdar

UK delays full post-Brexit border checks from EU

UK delays full post-Brexit border checks from EU

Pakistan attaches special importance to bilateral ties with UK: Fawad

Pakistan being a democratic and pluralist society has one of the most vibrant media: Fawad

Pakistan HC discusses Afghanistan situation with UK MP Tom Tugendhat

Pakistan HC discusses Afghanistan situation with UK MP Tom Tugendhat

UK vows to get 311 Afghan support staff out

UK vows to get 311 Afghan support staff out

Prince Charles' charity boss probed over Saudi reports

Prince Charles' charity boss probed over Saudi reports

UK-Pak BC to meet UK investors to lure foreign investment in Pakistan

UK-Pak BC to meet UK investors to lure foreign investment in Pakistan

FM, British Foreign Secretary discuss Afghan situation

FM, British Foreign Secretary discuss Afghan situation

Pakistan, Britain agree to further strengthen mutual ties

Pakistan, Britain hope that Taliban will bring stability in Afghanistan.

Racist abuse of England footballers in Hungary 'completely unacceptable': PM Johnson

Missiles and a flare were also thrown onto the pitch by a hostile home crowd.

US no longer superpower: UK Defence Secretary Wallace

A superpower that is not prepared to stick at something isn't probably a superpower either: Ben

British FM Dominic Raab reaches Pakistan on two-day visit

British FM Dominic Raab reaches Pakistan on two-day visit

British foreign minister Dominic Raab likely to visit Pakistan

British foreign minister Dominic Raab likely to visit Pakistan

Britain in talks with Taliban over safe passage of remaining nationals

Britain in talks with Taliban over safe passage of remaining nationals

UK says hundreds of its nationals left in Afghanistan

Britain concluded its airlifts from Kabul airport on Saturday.

UK government blasted over Afghan exit as hundreds left behind

UK government blasted over Afghan exit as hundreds left behind

UK evacuating last civilians from Kabul on Saturday

"We're reaching the end of the evacuation, which will take place during the course of today."

Pakistan to continue its constructive role for promotion of peace in Afghanistan: FM

FM assured Secretary General of all possible support to the UN in the fulfilment of its mandate.

Britain to end Afghan evacuations in 'matter of hours'

Britain to end Afghan evacuations in 'matter of hours'

Britain warns of 'imminent' threat against Kabul airport

Britain warns of 'imminent' threat against Kabul airport

Boris Johnson's image standing alongside empty grocery shelves digitally altered

Boris Johnson's image standing alongside empty grocery shelves digitally altered

UK announces G7 leaders to discuss Afghanistan on Tuesday

UK announces G7 leaders to discuss Afghanistan on Tuesday

Judge the Taliban on actions, not words: UK PM Johnson

"We will judge this regime based on the choices it makes."

PM Imran, British counterpart discuss latest situation in Afghanistan

PM Imran, British counterpart discuss latest situation in Afghanistan

Taliban takeover is world's failure, says UK

Taliban takeover is world's failure, says UK

Safeguarding minority rights part of Pakistan's foundational ethos: Moazzam Ahmad Khan

Safeguarding minority rights part of Pakistan's foundational ethos: Moazzam Ahmad Khan

Pakistan formally takes up issue of not removing it from red list with UK govt

Pakistan formally takes up issue of not removing it from red list with UK govt

Pakistan High Commission in London hosts seminar, photo exhibition on 'Youm-e-Istehsal'

Pakistan High Commission in London hosts seminar, photo exhibition on 'Youm-e-Istehsal'

Shehbaz telephones Nawaz after request for visa extension rejected

Shehbaz telephones Nawaz after request for visa extension rejected

UK rejects Nawaz Sharif's request for visa extension

UK rejects Nawaz Sharif's request for visa extension

UK offers Kenya 817,000 Covid vaccine doses

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will formally agree the donation when he meets Kenyan President

Claims that Britain has changed law of consent relating to children and vaccination are fake

Laws of consent pertaining to children and vaccines did not change in April in Britain.

'Freedom Day': who said what?

"If we don't do it now, we've got to ask ourselves, when will we ever do it?"

UK health minister gets Covid ahead of 'freedom day'

UK health minister gets Covid ahead of 'freedom day'

UK unemployment dips, job vacancies soar: data

The labour market has picked up since March as a result of the economy's phased reopening.

Image of 'Chernobyl-grown' carrots is fake

Social media users shared an image of a bag of 'British Carrots’ from Tesco.

UK economy shrinks more than expected in first quarter

GDP contracted by 1.6 percent in the three months to the end of March.

UK's former finance minister Sajid Javid appointed as health minister

Javid resigned as finance minister last year after he refused to fire his political advisers

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock resigns after Covid breach

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock resigns after Covid breach

British girl makes 1000 origami cranes in 9 hours and 31 minutes

The girl wrote on a facebook post, "I didn't take any rests -- not to eat, drink or go to the toilet

Andrew Lloyd-Webber joins legal action against UK government

Andrew Lloyd-Webber joins legal action against UK government

UK man tested positive for virus for 10 straight months

"I'd resigned myself, I'd called the family in, made my peace with everybody, said goodbye."

UK court turns down immigration application of Pakistani widow

The woman had applied for permanent stay in UK to Home Office but her application was rejected.

UK, US strike deal over Airbus-Boeing dispute

It comes in the wake of a similar deal between the European Union and US announced Tuesday.

UK digs in over N. Ireland in Brexit trade row

UK digs in over N. Ireland in Brexit trade row

UK economy grows as virus lockdown eases

UK economy grows as virus lockdown eases

Johnson hails Britain's 'indestructible' relationship with US

Johnson hails Britain's 'indestructible' relationship with US

Biden and Johnson hold first meeting, but N. Ireland casts shadow

Biden and Johnson hold first meeting, but N. Ireland casts shadow

France, Belgium ease virus curbs as US decision boosts travel hopes

France, Belgium ease virus curbs as US decision boosts travel hopes

UK's Boris Johnson weds in 'secret ceremony': reports

UK's Boris Johnson weds in 'secret ceremony': reports

Boris Johnson sets wedding date: report

The couple have sent "save the date" cards for July 30 next year, The Sun reported.

Former aide says UK's Johnson lied over Covid response

Former aide says UK's Johnson lied over Covid response

UK Covid-19 restrictions eased despite variant concerns

UK Covid-19 restrictions eased despite variant concerns

Russian president, UK PM call for de-escalation between Israel, Palestine

Russian president, UK PM call for de-escalation between Israel, Palestine

UK ruling party scores crushing win in opposition stronghold

UK ruling party scores crushing win in opposition stronghold

UK man spends over a year in hospital due to coronavirus

UK man spends over a year in hospital due to coronavirus

EU Brexit deal approval 'final step in a long journey': UK PM

EU Brexit deal approval 'final step in a long journey': UK PM

First shipment of UK Covid medical aid arrives in India

First shipment of UK Covid medical aid arrives in India

Boris Johnson visit to India cancelled over Covid: UK govt

Boris Johnson visit to India cancelled over Covid: UK govt

Britain falls silent in tribute to Prince Philip

Britain falls silent in tribute to Prince Philip

UK Muslims urged to get Covid-19 jab during Ramadan

UK Muslims urged to get Covid-19 jab during Ramadan

PM Imran Khan expresses condolence on demise of Prince Philip

PM Imran Khan expresses condolence on demise of Prince Philip

Britain slams 'bullying' Myanmar over London embassy standoff

Diplomats loyal to the Myanmar military authorities seized control of the embassy

Science or foreign policy? Asad Umar questions UK's decision to put Pakistan on red list

Inclusion of Pakistan on UK's red list raises question over foreign policy-based decision, he said.

England puts Pakistan on red list in wake of coronavirus

The restrictions will be implemented from April 9.

Pakistani 'dhol performance' included in England's new music curriculum

Pakistani 'dhol performance' included in England's new music curriculum

COAS Bajwa, CDS Gen Patrick discuss regional security

General Sir Nicholas Patrick lauded the efforts of Pakistan armed forces in combating terrorism.

Momin Saqib named Commonwealth Youth COVID-19 Hero

Pakistani actor Momin Saqib named Commonwealth Youth COVID-19 Hero

UK to unveil post-Brexit foreign policy overhaul

UK to unveil post-Brexit foreign policy overhaul

Oprah's oversized royal interview glasses spark Swiss specs frenzy

Oprah's oversized royal interview glasses spark Swiss specs frenzy

World viewership of royals' interview nearly 50 million

World viewership of royals' interview nearly 50 million

Lord Nazir Ahmed acquitted of sexual assault charges

Lord Nazir Ahmed acquitted of sexual assault charges

COAS, UK Chief of Defence Staff discuss Afghan peace process

The visiting dignitary acknowledged Pakistan's continuous efforts for peace and stability.

England's children go back to school after virus lockdown

The government has been able to plan to ease its Covid-19 restriction.

No holds barred: Meghan and Harry's historic interview

No holds barred: Meghan and Harry's historic interview

Pakistan-born Wajid Khan takes oath as member of UK's House of Lords

Wajid Khan pledged to serve the community with honesty and determination.

UK fintechs seek 'cure for Brexit' in Lithuania

One of the first to come after the 2016 Brexit referendum was London-based Revolut bank.

Britain pushes at UN for rich states to share vaccine with poor

London hopes its resolution will be adopted in the coming weeks.

UK condemns charges against Myanmar's Suu Kyi: minister

We condemn the detention and charges against Aung San Suu Kyi: UK

Hafeez hails UK support for economic development of Pakistan

The minister hoped that economic relations would further strengthen between the two countries.