US Secretary of State John Kerry rules out committing "boots on the ground" at a meeting of 10 nations on the sidelines of the recent Nato summit.
The Crown Prosecution Service's decision to charge former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks came as the British Cabinet met on Tuesday
The United States central bank has unleashed a radical $400-billion plan to prevent the world's largest economy sliding back into recession.
The G20 summit failed to tackle growing concerns that currency wars between Washington and Beijing will undermine hard-won stability.
Deepest public spending cuts in 80 years planned.
The newly elected leader of the British opposition Labour Party has launched his party on a five-year campaign to regain power.
Ratings agencies applaud UK chancellor's move to placate markets after sovereign debt crises.
On one of the most momentous days in British parliamentary history the Speaker of the Commons, Michael Martin, resigned his office last Tuesday.
Labour MP Harry Cohen agreed to pay back claims he made on his caravan in Essex.
Seventy-six years ago, hopes were high that an international meeting held at the Geological Museum in London would provide a boost for the economy.