London police say that the number of dead or missing in the high-rise apartment building fire is now 79.
At least 58 people were likely killed in a fire which engulfed a London tower block earlier this week, police said on Saturday.
Grief over a deadly London high-rise tower fire turned to outrage Friday amid reports that the materials used in a recent renovation of the public housing block may have fueled the inferno.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is to meet the head of the Northern Ireland branch of Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein in London on Thursday, Sinn Fein said in a statement.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to clinch a deal Wednesday that would allow her minority government to survive, as EU leaders voice growing impatience to start Brexit negotiations.
A number of people have been killed in a huge fire which engulfed a 27-story block of flats in central London on Wednesday, London Fire Brigade said.
A massive fire ripped through a 27-storey apartment block in west London in the early hours of Wednesday, police and fire services said.
British Prime Minister Theresa May took the blame for the Conservatives' disastrous performance in last week's election as she faced her party's angry MPs on Monday, seeking to ward off any challenge to her leadership.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has made no change to her top ministers including finance minister Philip Hammond and foreign secretary Boris Johnson, her office said on Friday, a day after a national election.
The British electorate appears to have voted in favour of a “soft” exit from the EU. But as the EU’s exasperation over Britain’s risky political gambles hardens, is a “soft Brexit” a possible option or is England once again dreaming?
British Prime Minister Theresa May can no longer win an outright majority in parliament, calculations based on partial results of the election showed on Friday. Follow the day's events live on FRANCE 24.
Prime Minister Theresa May is poised to win Britain's snap election but lose her parliamentary majority, a shock exit poll suggested Thursday, in what would be a major blow for her leadership as Brexit talks loom.
Britain’s ruling Conservatives gambled on Scottish independence and got lucky, then they gambled on Brexit and lost spectacularly. Now as Theresa May gambles with a snap election on Thursday, will voters still see her as a “safe pair of hands”?
John Curtis, a politics professor of Strathclyde University in Glasgow, told FRANCE 24 that there are several reasons why Labour is narrowing the Tories’ lead in the run-up to Thursday’s legislative vote.
The UK will hold a minute's silence for the victims of the London terror attack on Tuesday, after thousands gathered for a vigil in the city on Monday.
London’s Metropolitan Police have identified two of the three men who killed seven people on a rampage late Saturday in a busy area of London as Khuram Shazad Butt, 27, and Rachid Redouane.
Londoners headed back to work on Monday for the first time since a weekend terror attack left seven people dead. There may be a lingering sense of shock in the capital, but Britons are refusing to give in to fear and despondency.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called on the Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May to resign after she presided over cuts to police numbers during her six years as interior minister.
British police detained a number of people during early morning raids in east London on Monday as part of an investigation into an attack that killed seven people and injured around 50 on Saturday night.
Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking re-election as a tough leader to take Britain through Brexit, but her "strong and stable" image is under close scrutiny after a string of terror attacks and campaign missteps ahead of Thursday's vote.