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UK Treasury chief says Britain will impose new levy on banks from 2011

UK Treasury chief says Britain will impose new levy on banks from 2011. Full story

Eco protesters target BP portrait prize ceremony

Environmental protesters have targeted the BP Portrait Award, one of the oil company's major arts sponsorships in Britain. Full story

Snap Analysis: UK budget will make or break coalition

Britain's budget on Tuesday set challenges for the coalition government that will ultimately decide whether the alliance has a long-term future or will crumble under the weight of a record peacetime deficit. Full story

British doctor admits he helped patients die

A doctor cleared of murdering three patients said he had hastened the deaths of two people without their permission, a British newspaper reported on Saturday. Full story

I'm getting a rum deal, complains defeated Jamaican

Dustin Brown, the first Jamaican to play at Wimbledon for 40 years, put up a stout defense before succumbing 6-3 4-6 6-2 6-3 to Austrian 16th seed Jurgen Melzer in their first-round clash Monday. Full story

7 pet myths debunked

Is ‘people food’ ever OK? Does your cat hate your baby? And is that doggie breath normal? We asked some pet experts to give us the lowdown on what’s true and what’s not when it comes to dog and cat behavior and care.

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Head of British military to leave job early

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5 candidates in race to lead UK Labour Party


  Obama: BP criticisms not 'anti-British'

President Obama tried to ratchet down the growing tension with Britain over his harsh criticism of BP, telling British Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday that his frustrations "had nothing to do with national identity." NBC's Lester Holt reports.

  Will U.K. forgive Fergie?

Sarah Ferguson, the former Duchess of York, returned to Britain and scorn over revelations that she tried to sell access to Prince Andrew. Robert Jobson, whose newspaper set the trap that snared Ferguson accepting a $40,000 downpayment on videotape, speculates about whether “Fergie” will be forgiven

  British ban doctor who linked vaccines with autism

The doctor who sparked fears that a childhood vaccine was linked to autism has been barred from practicing. Dr. Andrew Wakefield was found guilty of 'serious misconduct' by Britain's General Medical Council, the organization responsible for overseeing physicians. Victoria Macdonald of Britain's Chan

  Royal editor: Furguson set up meeting

Robert Jobson of Britain’s News of the World tells TODAY’s Meredith Vieira that the Duchess of York sought out an undercover reporter to sell access to her ex-husband, saying that the newspaper’s sting was not entrapment.

  Working together in Britain

Tina Brown, editor-in-chief of the Daily, joins Morning Joe to discuss the British elections and the relationship between James Cameron and David Brooks.

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, centre, addresses British soldiers, at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, during his two day visit to Afghanistan, Friday June 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Stefan Rousseau, Pool)

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See images from key moments in the life of Britain's Diana, the 'people's princess'.