British broadcaster David Frost, who was best known for a series of interviews with former President Richard Nixon, has died. Frost, who was 74, died of a heart attack on Aug. 31 while on board the…
Prime Minister David Cameron
Margaret Thatcher, who died Monday of a stroke, age 87, was one of the U.K.'s most politically divisive figures in recent history — and, as a result, was a media favorite. She became a pop-culture…
British politicians have finally agreed tough new U.K. press regulations that could cost offending newspapers up to £1 million ($1.5 million) in fines.
Two of Rupert Murdoch's former U.K. editors are to be charged in connection with payments to police and public officials.
Haydn Gwynne, Robert Hardy and Paul Ritter will join Helen Mirren in "The Audience," the new West End play about the queen by Peter Morgan ("Frost/Nixon.")
Riding on the global success of "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" and the Midnight Madness Audience Award at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival for "Seven Psychopaths," Graham Broadbent and Peter Czernin…
MOSCOW -- British rock musicians have called for a fair trial for three members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot, jailed for the past five months after staging an obscenity-laced protest against…
Sacha Baron Cohen's new alter ego, Admiral General Aladeen, invited his guests to be pleasured on Thursday evening in London. The occasion? The world bow of Par's "The Dictator."
The Royal Court, the subsidized theater that is London's foremost producer of new plays, is joining forces with commercial org Ambassador Theater Group (ATG) to transfer two of its biggest hits to…
LONDON -- Just nine days after U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron visited Blighty's Pinewood Shepperton Studios, the government has rejected the studio's Project Pinewood expansion plan.
Blighty's government is extending the country's 25% film tax credit until the end of 2015.