Nov. 21: Floodwaters engulfed northern England following the heaviest rainfall ever recorded in Britain. ITV's Stephen Douglas reports.
Nov. 19: Courtney Hazlett talks with MSNBC's Alex Witt about anticipation for Susan Boyle's new CD. The “Britain's Got Talent” star set a record for pre-sales on Amazon.com.
Philip Seymour Hoffman stars as an American deejay who helps start an illegal radio station off the coast of Britain in the 1960s.
Oct. 19: Britain's financial officials say borrowers will face stringent tests to determine whether they can afford mortgages. A major part of the plan no longer allows self certification and calls for greater scrutiny of borrowers finances. ITV's Salma Siraj reports.
Oct. 14: Researchers in Britain say sleeping in a bed with an infant is a major factor in SIDS deaths. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.
Britian's opposition Labour Party's Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, Yvette Cooper, sits in the main hall at Manchester Central on the second day of the annual Labour Party conference, in Manchester, north-west England, on September 27, 2010.
Demonstrators hang anti-war banners from the scaffolding covering Britian's House of Commons during a protest in central London on September 8, 2010.