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In this photo, police administer an alcohol breath test to a toddler after spotting her driving erratically in Cheshire, northwest England on Friday, Oct. 21. The image was uploaded to the Cheshire Police's Facebook page and quickly went viral. According to the post, the officers asked the child's parents whether she had been drinking, to which they replied "only a couple of bottles."
With only hours to go before workers begin to demolish France's "Jungle" migrant camp Monday, officials are racing to process as many young people as possible to be transferred to Britain.
The head of the British Bankers' Association has warned that financial firms are planning to start leaving London within weeks because of uncertainty about the U.K.'s exit from the European Union.
Two prominent candidates have announced they are running for leadership of Britain's fractious right-wing U.K. Independence Party -- both warning UKIP faces extinction if it doesn't change.
A Welsh village on Friday marked the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster which killed 116 children and 28 adults when a colliery spoil tip collapsed, engulfing a school.
Conservatives hold Commons seat vacated by former PM Cameron
Britain's Conservative Party has retained the seat in Parliament vacated by the former Prime Minister David Cameron but with a sharply reduced majority.
3rd night of police demonstrations in Paris
Hundreds of police have taken to the streets of Paris for a third night of demonstrations calling for reinforcements and stiffer penalties following a string of attacks on officers.
U.K. Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said Thursday that Britain's military is launching cyberattacks against the Islamic State group in support of the offensive on the Iraqi city of Mosul, a first-of-its kind acknowledgement that British forces are launching attacks across the internet.
UK to pardon thousands convicted under now-abolished anti-gay laws
Thousands of men who were convicted under now-abolished British laws against homosexuality are to receive posthumous pardons, the government announced Thursday. Those who are still alive can will be eligible to have their criminal records wiped clean.
Leaks put Assange at odds with Ecuador
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is finding himself in open conflict with his Ecuadorean protectors as the group's latest dump targeting Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign runs afoul of the South American government's goal of warming up to Washington.
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