CNN's Ayehsa Durgahee reports on the return of the iconic London Routemaster bus.
Boris Johnson was re-elected as Mayor of London Friday after a narrow victory over Ken Livingstone, who held the post until 2008.
Supervising News Editor Joe Sterling -- 404-827-1401
The Australian media regulatory agency is "digesting" the blistering report from British lawmakers that said News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch was "not a fit person" to run a major international company.
Global media tycoon Rupert Murdoch is "not a fit person" to run a major international company, British lawmakers investigating phone hacking at his tabloid News of the World reported Tuesday.
A mass strike in the UK of public workers protesting proposed pension reforms heats up. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.
Mass strikes swept across the United Kingdom Wednesday, with public sector workers walking off jobs in schools, hospitals and police stations to protest proposed pension reforms.
Britain is bracing for mass disruption to schools, hospitals and border controls Wednesday as up to 2 million public-sector workers walk out over proposed pension reforms.
The Watergate scandal saw the resignation of the president, the jailing of senior administration officials, the collapse of trust in the political class, a shift in the balance of power from one party to another, an increase in the reputation of the press and sustained pressure for freedom of information. All this took place over a period of years.
Alastair Campbell says the end of News of the World is a result of criminal activity and extraordinary mismanagement.
Who has lost the most authority: Media mogul Rupert Murdoch or British Prime Minister David Cameron?
A former London Met police officer is not surprised to hear allegations that "News of the World" paid officers.
British lawmakers investigating a phone hacking scandal Tuesday asked media baron Rupert Murdoch, his son James and former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks to testify before them, hours after former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown accused their newspaper group of illegally obtaining private information about him.
Media magnate Rupert Murdoch flew into London Sunday, hours after the final edition of the News of the World hit the stands, forced to close by a scandal over illegal eavesdropping and bribery that has outraged Britain.
A former British parliament member is being jailed for 18 months in connection with the so-called expenses scandal, a court official in the United Kingdom said.
The British government announced deep budget cuts Wednesday, as it tries to fight what its finance minister called "the largest structural budget deficit in Europe."
CNN's Ayesha Durgahee reports there's plenty of debate over who should foot the bill for Britain's austerity cuts.
In a move likely to fuel tensions with its minority Arab population, Israel moved a step closer to passing a law that would require new citizens of the country to declare their loyalty to a "Jewish state."
Britain's Labour Party on Saturday announced Ed Miliband as its new leader Saturday, four months after Prime Minister Gordon Brown resigned from the post when his party lost the election.
In some ways, former British prime minister Tony Blair was Labour's most successful leader ever.
CNN's Phil Black reports on the anticipation and controversy surrounding the release of Tony Blair's memoir.
Like a pair of exhausted boxers entering the twelfth round, clinging onto one another as they drunkenly trade jabs, the two contenders to be Australia's next prime minister have both been swinging, hoping for bruising blows, but neither has emerged as a clear winner yet.
CNN's Anna Coren reports on the candidates and issues in Australia's hotly contested race for prime minister.
Australians go to the polls on August 21, 2010, and will choose between the Australian Labor Party and the Coalition to form a new government.
The monthlong sprint that is the British elections ended Thursday night with a hung parliament, meaning plenty of wrangling is still to be done before we know who will be the next prime minister.
The far-right anti-immigration, anti-Muslim Freedom Party of Geert Wilders beat expectations, coming in third in parliamentary elections in the Netherlands on Wednesday, according to exit polls.
Gordon Brown resigned as British prime minister Tuesday, paving the way for David Cameron to replace him.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy PM Nick Clegg talk about the new government and new politics for Britain.
David Cameron spent more than four years tipped as a British prime minister-in-waiting -- a period he has called "the longest job interview in the world."
Queen Elizabeth II names Conservative leader David Cameron prime minister, shortly after Gordon Brown resigned.
Conservative Party leader David Cameron was appointed as British prime minister on Tuesday following the resignation of Gordon Brown, whose Labour Party was defeated in Thursday's general election.
CNN's Robin Oakley explains how Gordon Brown will attempt to cling to power as British parties jockey to form alliances.
A discussion on who will be Britain's next Labour Party leader.
Within hours of his appointment, Britain's new prime minister, David Cameron, immediately began forming his coalition government overnight, appointing several Liberal Democrat leaders to Cabinet posts along with members of his own Conservative Party.
Gordon Brown resigned as British prime minister Tuesday paving the way for David Cameron to replace him.
The closest-fought UK election in decades has resulted in a hung parliament in which neither of the two biggest parties has a clear majority that would allow it to pass legislation.
CNN's Max Foster speaks with British Finance Minister Alistair Darling about PM Gordon Brown's decision to step down.
British premier Gordon Brown's offer to step down as part of a deal to entice the Liberal Democrats into a coalition government with Labour rather than David Cameron's Conservatives provoked a mixed reaction in the UK press Tuesday.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Monday he will step down as leader of his party after it was defeated in parliamentary elections last week.
CNN's Richard Quest looks into why many voters weren't able to cast their votes in the UK election.
The United Kingdom spent a second day suspended in uncertainty Saturday as leading politicians met to resolve a national election that failed to yield an outright winner.
How big is big? How open is open?
Thousands of people were unable to cast their votes in the UK general election Thursday after being turned away from polling stations amid chaotic scenes.
Several polling stations across the UK were overwhelmed with voters, making it impossible for some to cast their ballots.
Conservative Party leader David Cameron said it was "clear that the Labour government has lost its mandate to govern this country," as exit-poll predictions put his party on course to win more seats than it had for 80 years.
The British election has ended in a hung parliament, as official returns show it is impossible for any one party to get a majority of seats.
CNN's Richard Quest asks market analyst Stephen Gallo about the likely impact of a hung parliament on the UK economy.
British voters go to the polls Thursday to determine the fate of Gordon Brown's Labour government, which has run the United Kingdom for the past 13 years.
The opposition Conservatives lead in opinion polls and hope to regain power in Britain. CNN's Robin Oakley reports.
David Cameron has spent more than four years tipped as a prime minister in waiting as leader of the opposition Conservative Party -- a period he has called "the longest job interview in the world."
More than three out of four British people think fewer foreigners should be allowed to move to the country, a new poll by YouGov for CNN found Wednesday.
CNN's Max Foster gauges the possible turnout of young voters in the British election.
For any leader, facing the electorate after his party has been in power for 13 years would be tough. UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown though is fighting to stay in Downing Street in as bad a political climate as could be imagined.
CNN's Max Foster profiles British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on the eve of elections that could cost him his job.
After weeks of feverish election campaigning, Britain's political parties have fought over every issue, from the economy to the country's nuclear deterrent, with one exception: the National Health Service.
Some Americans are sniffing out cheap surgery deals overseas. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
After Cleggmania, the "bigotgate" gaffe and the first-ever candidate debates, the Big Day is almost here.
CNN's Zain Verjee reports on a new tool consumers can use to find information on political parties.
For years his party has been an also-ran in British elections, but a scandal and a debate have put Nick Clegg in a position no Liberal Democrat party leader has held in recent memory: potential kingmaker.
By triumphing in the first ever British TV leaders' debate, Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg has sent an electrical charge through the UK general election.
CNN's Max Foster explains how Nick Clegg has turned the British election into a three-party race.
"It was the Sun wot won it" claimed the bumptious newspaper in a famous headline the day after the 1992 UK election surprisingly returned Conservative Prime Minister John Major to power.
CNN's Max Foster takes a look at the highlights and feisty point-scoring of the last televised British leaders debate.
With a UK election just weeks away, Max Foster looks at the players and the battleground.
The worst kept secret in British politics is now officially confirmed and the UK will go to the polls for a general election on May 6 to elect 650 members of the House of Commons.
The United Kingdom votes on a new government May 6 through a political system that dates back centuries. When does an election happen?
Nick Clegg has burst onto the political scene in Britain with high approval ratings. Next stop 10 Downing Street?
The British parliament was officially dissolved on Monday, as a nationwide election campaign launches to determine if Gordon Brown can hang on as prime minister.
The leaders of the UK's three main political parties will clash again Thursday in the second of three televised debates which have energized the country's general election campaign.
CNN's Becky Anderson previews the second British election debate and what's become a three-horse race.
CNN's Phil Han takes a look at how social media reacted to the second debate by British party leaders.
Gordon Brown went on the offensive against the two men hoping to replace him as prime minister at a debate Thursday, but it seems to have done him little good.
The tightening race to the May 6 general elections has increased the likelihood of a hung parliament in the United Kingdom, but Conservative Party leader David Cameron isn't ready to talk about striking deals yet.
Conservative Party leader David Cameron talks about the possibility of a hung parliament, as well as ties with the U.S.
Continued criticism over a campaign gaffe by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown threatened to take attention away from the third and final televised election debate Thursday night.
British PM Gordon Brown calls a woman "bigoted," not realizing his mic was on.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown fought to hold on to his job Thursday in a debate against the two men who hope to replace him, David Cameron of the Conservative Party and Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown described himself as a "penitent sinner" on Wednesday after personally apologizing to a voter he described as a "bigoted woman."
With a week to go, the United Kingdom election looks a lot closer than people expected when the campaign began. But the real suspense may lie in what the next prime minister does in office, according to analyst Fareed Zakaria.
International Correspondents discuss whether social media has had a big impact on the UK Elections.
CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports from Germany, where Lufthansa plans to operate 200 flights despite a volcanic ash cloud.
One of Europe's largest budget airlines indicated Wednesday it might not reimburse passengers for costs incurred while they were stranded by the volcanic ash cloud -- a potential violation of European Union rules.
British Conservative party leader David Cameron was hit by an egg thrown by a young man on the campaign trail Wednesday.
"I knew Margaret Thatcher, Mr Cameron and you are no Margaret Thatcher ... "
Full-on American-style politics came to Britain Thursday, as the leaders of the three big parties held the country's first-ever televised election debate.
CNN's Jim Boulden examines market reaction as the British election date is announced.
When UK voters head for the polls on May 6 it will be for the first time since 2005, when the Labour Party enjoyed its third successive election victory under Tony Blair.
From rocket-propelled roadside rescue men, to Britain's Queen Elizabeth II flying on a budget airline to save taxpayers money.
Britain's Labour Party suspended four members of Parliament -- including three former Cabinet ministers -- after they were secretly filmed offering to sell their government influence, the party said Tuesday.
Four British Parliamentarians are facing charges over false expense claims totaling more than $93,000 over the past six years, Britain's Crown Prosecution Service announced.
CNN's Phil Black has the latest on the expense scandal that has rocked British Parliament.
A furor has erupted in Britain over comments by the pope seen as critical of a new law the Roman Catholic church fears will force it to accept homosexuals into its ranks.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will testify at the Iraq war inquiry sometime in the next two months, the head of the inquiry said Friday.
As Britain heads for its tightest election battle in years, politicians chasing the votes that could tip the balance are zeroing in on a new group of power brokers -- online moms.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday delivered the annual speech to mark the state opening of Parliament, highlighting climate change and strengthening financial regulation as the government's main priorities.
Queen Elizabeth II outlines the British government's pledge to crack down on excessive bonuses in the financial sector.