Partial results show the United Kingdom's eurosceptic party has stormed to victory in the European vote with its raised anxiety over immigration.
The British Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, has committed the government to a crackdown on excessive executive pay.
The United Kingdom's Nick Clegg has spent the weekend trying to rekindle relationships with other European countries after a disagreement at the EU.
The UK's deputy prime minister has exposed coalition tensions in Europe after saying he was disappointed by the outcome of the European Union summit.
British voters punished the Liberal Democrats for their role in a deficit-cutting government on Friday by deserting the party in local elections.
Britons looked set to reject a change in their electoral system, as they voted in a referendum that has threatened to tear the ruling coalition apart.
British PM David Cameron has warned Britons to "wake up" to the dangers of electoral reforms championed by his coalition allies the Liberal Democrats.
Britain's coalition government marked its first 100 days on Wednesday, with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg claiming it had surprised many.
Britain's new premier, David Cameron, has vowed a "seismic shift" in how the country is governed.
David Cameron's Conservatives and the smaller Liberal Democrat party have agreed to form Britain's first coalition government since 1945.
Liberal Democrats still courted by major British parties as Gordon Brown announces he will step aside to try to keep his Labour Party in power.
UK opposition parties are under growing pressure to agree to a power-sharing deal, days after an election left the country politically deadlocked.
The leaders of Britain's Conservatives and Liberal Democrats met for over an hour of talks on Saturday aimed at resolving the election stalemate.
Britain's Liberal Democrat leader will seek backing from senior party members on Saturday for a possible deal with the Conservatives.
Britons began voting on Thursday with the opposition Conservatives struggling to convert their opinion poll advantage into an outright majority.
Polls on Monday indicated Britain remained on course for a Parliament with no majority, raising the prospect of a minority or coalition government.
Conservative leader David Cameron was seeking on Friday to use a strong performance in a debate to help propel his party to an outright majority.
UK's election remained wide open on Friday after the three main party leaders were unable to land a knockout punch during a live televised debate.
Britain's ruling Labour Party was pushed into third place by the Liberal Democrats after the country's first televised leaders' debate.