The Oval cricket stadium in London was evacuated after a crossbow bolt was fired onto the pitch during a match.
Around 60,000 inhabitants of Germany's financial capital Frankfurt will be ordered to leave their homes on while a large World War Two bomb discovered at a building site is made safe, the police said.
Britain will outline its plans to escape the "direct jurisdiction" of the European Court of Justice after Brexit - one of Prime Minister Theresa May's main aims in talks to unravel 40 years of EU membership.
The "Big Ben" bell in the British parliament's famous clock tower will cease its regular bongs at noon on Aug. 21, falling silent for most of the next four years while renovation works are carried out, the House of Commons said
Dutch police arrested two suspects as part of an investigation into the illegal use of a potentially harmful insecticide in the poultry industry, the Dutch prosecution service said.
Charlie Gard, a British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, local media said.
Britain's public broadcaster, the BBC, pays its top male star five times more than its best-paid female presenter, it revealed after bowing to the government's demand to publish the salaries of its highest earners.
The Bank of England unveiled its first plastic 10 pound note, which features 19th century British novelist Jane Austen and will be available to the public from September.
The crew of a police helicopter filmed people sunbathing in the nude, naturists at a campsite and even a couple having sex, a court in Britain was told.
A US doctor offering experimental treatment to a critically ill British baby visited the London hospital where he is being treated as part of a last-ditch attempt to persuade a judge to keep the boy's life support switched on.
British police said they had charged a 16-year-old boy with 15 offences following five related acid attacks in London two days earlier.
British Prime Minister Theresa May suspended one of her Conservative Party lawmakers after she used racist language at a think tank event on the implications of Brexit on the financial services sector.
The parents of a critically ill British baby have a few days to compile new evidence their son would benefit from experimental treatment in the United States, a judge said.
A British teenager who planned to attack an Elton John concert in London on the fifteenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks was jailed for life.
A man who claimed he had lost his wife and son in the London tower block blaze that killed at least 80 people has been arrested on suspicion of fraud, police said.
It will be months until the final death toll from a London tower block blaze is known, British police said.
Prosecutors announced criminal charges against six people including ex-police chiefs over the 1989 Hillsborough soccer stadium crush in which 96 fans died, Britain's worst sporting disaster.
Scotland's secessionist leader postponed plans for a second independence referendum until the terms of Britain's exit from the European Union are clear.
A Canadian soldier became the first female infantry officer to take command of troops guarding Queen Elizabeth's Buckingham Palace residence in London.
Britain said 34 high-rise apartment blocks had failed fire safety checks carried out after the deadly Grenfell Tower blaze, including several in north London where residents were forced to evacuate amid chaotic scenes.