Shell's clean energy campaign is misleading, UK advertising watchdog says
A marketing campaign by oil major Shell has been banned by the U.K.’s advertising watchdog Wednesday for implying a big proportion of its business was in low carbon energy even though fossil fuels make up the “vast majority” of its operations.
German prosecutor says clues to McCann child disappearance possible at Portuguese dam site
Police searching for clues regarding the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the British child who went missing in 2007 in Portugal, are concentrating operations in several areas around a dam including one where media reports say a lead suspect in the case often stayed.
Business group: Companies in China want 'clarity' after security rule changes, raids on consultants
A business group says foreign companies in China want “greater clarity” about changes in China’s cybersecurity and other rules and how the ruling Communist Party will enforce them after they were rattled by raids on consulting firms.
Automaker warns over UK operations and calls for Brexit trade deal renegotiation
The world’s fourth-biggest carmaker by sales has warned of a potential existential threat to large parts of the British car industry unless the government moves to alter the terms of its Brexit trade deal with the European Union.
Prince Harry seeks to challenge denial of request to pay for own UK police protection
A lawyer has asked a London judge to allow Prince Harry to challenge the government's denial of his request to pay for police protection when he visits the U.K. Attorney Shaheed Fatima said Tuesday that the government had exceeded its authority.
Prince Harry sues tabloid for defamation over security story
Lawyers for Prince Harry have asked a judge to rule that a tabloid newspaper libeled the British royal with an article about his quest for police protection when he and his family visit the U.K. Harry is suing Mail on Sunday publisher Associated Newspapers Ltd.
UK leader calls crisis meeting over struggling health system
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is gathering government ministers, medics and health service managers in 10 Downing St. for talks aimed at fixing a health care crisis that has seen thousands of patients stranded outside overflowing hospitals.
UK man to plead guilty to manslaughter in wife's death
Defense lawyers for a British man on trial for causing the death of his sick wife in Cyprus’ coastal resort town of Paphos say they’re hopeful the court will suspend any sentence it hands down to their client after he pleads guilty to manslaughter next week.
Dig finds evidence of Revolutionary War prison camp location
Researchers say they have solved a decades-old riddle by finding remnants of the stockade and therefore the site of a prison camp in York, Pennsylvania, that housed British soldiers for nearly two years during the American Revolutionary War.
British regulator 1st to OK Moderna's updated COVID booster
British drug regulators have become the first in the world to authorize an updated version of Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine that includes protection against the omicron variant, which the government said would now be offered to people aged 50 and over in the fall.