{FD} Man charged with posting Prince George’s photo to aid attack

A 31-year-old man has been charged in England with sharing a photo of Prince George and details about his pre-school in a social media post prosecutors allege was meant to help others plan terror attacks.

{FD} High-priced specs: Churchill’s glasses costly at auction

Winston Churchill’s reading glasses have drawn a high price at an auction, reflecting continued interest in Britain’s wartime leader.

{FD} Reports: 2 men in terror plot to kill British prime minister

British media are reporting that two men due in court on terror charges plotted to assassinate Prime Minister Theresa May.

{FD} Islamic terror plot to assassinate British PM Theresa May thwarted, report says

An alleged terror plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Theresa May has reportedly been thwarted.

{FD} Manchester concert terror attack ‘might have been averted,’ UK review says

The 22 people who died in the Manchester Arena terror attack might still be alive if information had been handled differently, according to a review of the May slaughter released Tuesday.

{FD} UK review: Manchester concert attack might have been stopped

An independent review of the counter-terrorism performance by British police and intelligence services suggests the deadly suicide bombing at Manchester Arena might have been prevented if information had been handled differently.

{FD} London police cordon off street over package; find nothing

Authorities have cordoned off a street near St. Paul’s Cathedral amid reports of a suspicious package, but have found nothing.

{FD} UK scrambles to salvage Brexit deal after Irish border hitch

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government is holding talks with its Northern Ireland political ally, in a bid to salvage a Brexit deal ahead of a deadline next week.

{FD} Brussels braces for Brexit make-or-break day

British Prime Minister Theresa May is coming to Brussels for crucial talks on the state of Brexit negotiations, with the outcome poised to set the agenda for the divorce terms between Britain and the European Union.

{FD} Indian tycoon faces extradition hearing in London

The extradition hearing for Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya is set to begin in a London court.

{FD} Surveillance footage shows man attacking traffic cop for ticketing him

A man in England who assaulted a traffic cop when he was ticketing the man for parking his car illegally was sentenced to two years in jail, police stated in a news release Friday.

{FD} Growing mass of sex crime cases chased in Los Angeles, London, New York City

Police in Los Angeles, New York City and London are working to investigate an ever-growing mass of sexual assault and harassment complaints against powerful men.

{FD} Ireland hopeful of ‘momentum’ on key Brexit border issue

Ireland’s foreign minister says he’s hopeful that Britain’s proposals for managing Ireland’s border after the U.K. leaves the European Union will generate the momentum to push stalled Brexit negotiations to the next phase involving trade.

{FD} UK anti-poverty adviser quits, says Brexit impeding progress

A commission set up by to help improve the chances of Britain’s poor has resigned, saying the government is too preoccupied with Brexit to build a fairer society.

{FD} Lawyer: Swede convicted of ‘online’ rape will appeal

A Swede convicted of rape over the internet after coercing teenagers in Canada, Britain and the United States to perform sexual acts in front of webcams, will appeal the verdict.

{FD} UK woman Trump accidentally tweeted awaits apology

A woman from the south coast of England is awaiting an apology from U.S. President Donald Trump after he accidentally tweeted to her account while trying to get the attention of the British prime minister.

{FD} Iceland forms coalition government with Left Green leader

Iceland has announced a broad new governing coalition, with Left Green Movement leader Katrin Jakobsdottir as prime minister.

{FD} UK net migration falls sharply in year following Brexit vote

Britain has recorded the steepest fall in long-term net migration since records began being kept in 1964, dropping by a third in the year after the vote to leave the European Union.

{FD} Swede convicted of ‘online’ rape, handed 10-year sentence

A court in Sweden has sentenced a Swedish man to 10 years in prison for coercing teenagers in Canada, Britain and the United States to perform sexual acts in front of webcams by threatening them or their families.

{FD} US, UK, France won’t send ambassadors to Nobel ceremony

Three nuclear powers will send deputy chief of missions — not ambassadors — to the Dec. 10 ceremony for the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, in what the recipient is calling a “snub.”