The UK government is investing millions in the development of micro-robots designed to work in underground pipe networks and dangerous sites such as decommissioned nuclear facilities.
Queen Elizabeth II became the first British monarch to reign for 65 years on Monday.
Theresa May has ordered that Chinese telecoms supplier Huawei be banned from supplying core parts of the future 5G mobile phone network, following a meeting of ministers on the National Security Council (NSC).
The arrest comes some 24 hours after WikiLeaks claimed that Assange had been subject to a sophisticated spying operation, with the obtained data presumably being transferred to US authorities.
Earlier this week, British lawmakers voted 313-312 to push for Prime Minister Theresa May to negotiate a new extension of Article 50 with Brussels in a bid to avoid a no-deal exit, while the EU set the deadline for 12 April.
Euronews ngày 4-4 đưa tin, các nhà lập pháp Liên minh châu Âu (EU) đã bỏ phiếu về dự luật cho phép các công dân Anh được miễn thị thực ngắn hạn. Việc này nhận được ủng hộ của đa số các nước, nhưng đồng thời dấy lên các tranh cãi về vùng lãnh thổ Gibraltar.
They are among the most famous and most enigmatic mysteries in all of archaeology: how did neolithic builders, using only stone, wooden and bone tools, carve Stonehenge’s bluestone pillars from the hilltops of western Wales – and how on earth did they transport them more than 230km (143 miles) to Salisbury plain?
In a listing 40 top holiday destinations for the year, The Guardian includes a tour of northern Vietnam.
The Telegraph of the UK has just included Vietnam’s Son Doong cave in the list of amazing place discovered surprisingly recently.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to break the Brexit deadlock on Monday by setting out proposals in parliament that are expected to focus on winning more concessions from the European Union.
In 2018, the number of people trying to get to the UK from France in dinghies across the Channel increased sharply in comparison to the previous year, topping 500 migrants. The influx of illegal newcomers, who are mostly Iranians and Syrians, skyrocketed in November and December and caught the UK Home Office off-guard.
Vietnamese Deputy Minister of National Defence Nguyen Chi Vinh and Earl Howe - Minister of State for Defence of the UK co-chaired the first Vietnam-UK Defence Policy Dialogue in London on November 28.
PSNews - Senior General To Lam, Minister of Public Security, leading a high-level delegation, on November 20, paid a visit to the United Kingdom at the invitation of Sajid Javid, Minister of Home Affairs of the UK.
Britain’s Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a last ditch bid by the British government to stop Europe’s top court from considering a case which seeks to determine whether London can unilaterally reverse Brexit.
PSNews–The first-ever United Kingdom (UK) InspireMeFestival, which took place from November 9 to 11, was seen as the heart of the Inspire Me 2018 series of events with various cultural activities.
PSNews - This will be an opportunity for people to enjoy the GREAT Festival in the heart of Hanoi. The participation of a large number of British units in many areas of the festival will show UK's image with creativity, inspiration and dynamic.
The British Council committs to supporting Vietnam in its efforts to internationalise education, science and innovation, and promote higher education cooperation between the UK and Vietnam, Ms Donna McGowan, Country Director of the British Council in Vietnam said.
The constant development of the Vietnam-UK relations was highlighted at a ceremony to mark the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries in Ho Chi Minh City on October 26.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will address Conservative Party lawmakers at a private meeting in parliament on Wednesday after anger at her Brexit negotiating strategy prompted some of them to discuss replacing her.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was struggling on Friday to find consensus on Brexit proposals that would be acceptable to her ministers, her Conservative Party and the Northern Irish lawmakers who prop up her minority government.