Tourists new to visiting Britain, from London to the Scottish Highlands, are explaining the quirks that shocked them the most when they visited.
The number of learner drivers passing the theory test has dropped below 50 per cent after the exam was made more difficult.
Britain’s economic growth is expected to have accelerated in the first quarter, but economists warned that the boost will not be reflective of the delay to Brexit.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
The Irish shipping industry has seen a marked increase in business as companies bypass British ports amid Brexit fears, the head of Dublin Port has said.
Britain is facing a shortage of baristas as the fast-growing coffee market outpaces the rate of new hires, research has suggested.
The Bafta awards celebrate the most talented directors, performers, and films from around the world… but the awards wouldn’t be the same without paying homage to the best of Britain.
As the UK remained gripped by Brexit chaos, American model and author Chrissy Teigen conveyed the thoughts of many Brits as she admitted that, try as she might, she doesn’t understand it all.
Unilever is facing further opposition to its move from London to Rotterdam as another shareholder signalled its intention to vote against the plan.
Ed Sheeran and Rag’n’Bone Man helped power British-recorded music exports to their highest levels since the turn of the century, the record labels’ association has said.
From tea to politeness, British culture has a lot of unique quirks that can be confusing for people in the rest of the world.
Output in Britain’s manufacturing sector nudged up in May but the growth acceleration is masking “underlying weaknesses” that could persist.
Britain is thought unlikely to increase troop numbers in Afghanistan in the wake of President Donald Trump’s announcement that he is to scale up US military presence in the country.
I’m no royalist, but you have to hand it to Her Maj.
I love being Scottish … it suits me just fine.
First the bees, now the butterflies. Conservationists have said that the symmetrical, patterned insects have suffered one of their worst years on record despite a “pleasant summer” for many parts of the the UK.
The letter informing the European Council of Britain’s intention to leave the European Union has been handed over to EC president Donald Tusk in Brussels.
This is what Princes William and Harry were like when they were younger, according to their mum, Princess Diana
Prince Harry has always been known as the mischievous one in the family so it might come as little surprise that he was “constantly in trouble” when he was at boarding school.
As Hollywood royalty, Sir Roger Moore rubbed shoulders with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor.