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  • Britain's Liberal Democrats give up on reforming House of Lords

     
    Nick Clegg, Britain’s deputy prime minister, conceded defeat Monday in the campaign to overhaul the House of Lords by turning the venerable but undemocratic institution into a partially elected one. He acknowledged that his Liberal Democrats...
  • Some seats go empty at the London Olympics

     
    Embarrassed Olympics officials scrambled Monday to explain why hundreds of seats at various venues were empty during the opening days of the 2012 Games, even as members of the public complained about being shut out from acquiring tickets....
  • Right-wing Israeli political parties form super bloc for election

     
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman announced Thursday night that their political parties would run on the same ticket in the upcoming parliamentary elections....
  • Conservatives welcome Obama victory -- in Britain

     
    Britain's lawmakers, including from the ruling Conservative Party, greeted Brack Obama's reelection with hearty applause in Parliament on Wednesday, a reflection of the warm relationship between Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron....
  • Rowling's adult novel lacks magic, some critics say

    Rowling's adult novel lacks magic, some critics say
    LONDON (Reuters) - J.K. Rowling's first foray into adult fiction was bound to be compared to her wildly successful Harry Potter series, and, while "The Casual Vacancy" has earned mixed reviews, for some critics the magic has worn off. The Casual Vacancy,...
  • As Olympics Near, Forecast Is Gloomy, Even By London Standards

    As Olympics Near, Forecast Is Gloomy, Even By London Standards
    LONDON -- Can the Games actually begin? From airport tie-ups to security stumbles to the 50 shades of gray of London's "summer," British officials and organizers of the Olympics are fighting rising concerns over how ready this city is to host the world'...
  • Norway Tries To Put Pain Of Breivik Behind Year On

    Norway Tries To Put Pain Of Breivik Behind Year On
    OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegians by the thousands gathered on Sunday at somber memorials to the 77 people killed a year ago by far-right gunman Anders Behring Breivik to show his bloody rampage had done nothing to change their dedication to an open society....
  • Kate Leaves Hospital After Morning Sickness Treatment

    Kate Leaves Hospital After Morning Sickness Treatment
    LONDON -- Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, left hospital Thursday morning, three days after being admitted for acute morning sickness. She emerged from the hospital accompanied by her husband Prince William and was driven away by a waiting car. A St....
  • William and Kate expecting royal child

    William and Kate expecting royal child
    Britain's Prince William and Catherine Middleton are expecting their first child after 19 months of marriage, the palace announced Monday. The royal revelation came as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was admitted to a central London hospital with...
  • Review: 'Strange Rebels' by Christian Caryl

    Review: 'Strange Rebels' by Christian Caryl
    The rebels of Christian Caryl's "Strange Rebels" are a motley lot. They include Margaret Thatcher, the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and his followers, Pope John Paul II, Deng Xiaoping, and the Afghan insurgents who fought back against the Soviet invasion...
  • Tony Blair tells crowd at Loyola about global challenges

    Tony Blair tells crowd at Loyola about global challenges
    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair told a Baltimore audience Tuesday night that the world's challenges have never been greater, nor come with such speed, and he advocated intervention in struggling countries by powers such as Great Britain and the...