Reports that Britain spied on G20 delegates, including SA, during meetings in London in 2009, should be investigated, says government.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron says G8 leaders should be inspired by Northern Ireland when the summit delivers its own economic breakthrough.
From the Conference of Berlin to today's G8, "helping" Africans looks suspiciously like monopolising their resources, writes George Monbiot.
US President Barack Obama has urged Britons to watch whether EU reforms were successful before deciding whether to leave the multi-nation bloc.
In this week's episode: Ramphele launches Agang SA, the Anene Booysens case postponed to April, David Cameron attacks Hilary Mantel and more.
Members of British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party urged him on Sunday to delay a parliamentary vote this week on gay marriage.
British prime minister has announced his intention to renegotiate membership terms if he is re-elected.
The death toll from a four-day siege at an Algerian gas plant has risen to at least 81, with nine Japanese nationals reported to have been killed.
Prime Minister David Cameron has secured a decent result for Britain at the European Union budget summit.
Tens of thousands of people protested in London against the government's austerity measures while union leaders called for a general strike.
Just a few hours after Meles Zenawi's death was announced, British prime ministers - past and present - were queueing to pay tribute.
Downing Street says Britain still wants a diplomatic solution to the standoff with Ecuador over the proposed extradition to Sweden of Julian Assange.
The Crown Prosecution Service's decision to charge former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks came as the British Cabinet met on Tuesday
At this week's G8 summit, leaders have a great opportunity to take the lead in tackling poverty.
James Murdoch has told an ethics inquiry that he had previously discussed News Corp's bid to take control of pay-TV giant BSkyB with David Cameron.
Robert Mugabe marked his 88th birthday with a trademark attack on gays and foreigners at a mass rally to celebrate the occasion.
Survey by Save the Children highlights the devastating effects of malnutrition and predicts a disaster if the situation isn't remedied.
Reports suggest Cameron will hold talks with stakeholders over recent racism incidents in English football.
The run-up to London 2012 has been remarkably smooth but there's one dark cloud -- the weather.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will block attempts to introduce EU-wide financial transaction tax based on fears of harming jobs and prosperity.