Cinemas in the UK will implement new measures in response to the mass shooting that occurred at a Batman screening in the US.
Barack Obama's visit to the UK turned from ceremony to politics today, with a press conference and a speech to both houses of parliament.
Britain and America's shared values will continue to shape the world, Barack Obama has told the UK's lawmakers.
Barack Obama has claimed the US' partnership with Britain is at a high point, during a joint press conference in central London.
Barack Obama's visit to Britain is partly motivated by a desire to improve "cooling" relations with David Cameron, it has been claimed.
The final withdrawal of British forces from Iraq takes place today - eight years after UK service personnel entered the country.
Labour is to discuss election strategies with Barack Obama's staff - while the coalition government hires one.
The killing of Osama bin Laden has made US President Barack Obama look like a "mobster", Ken Livingstone has said.
David Cameron has warned Britain will have to be "particularly vigilant" after US special forces killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan.
Prince Charles will meet with Barack Obama in Washington this week as he undertakes a two day trip to the US.
US politicians have reacted with scorn following a report into London's involvement in the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.
Cables suggest UK officials made a deal with America to allow the US to maintain stockpiles of cluster bombs on British soil.
The British victims of Guantanamo Bay will be offered millions of pounds in compensation today, as the government desperately tries to keep their cases out of court.
The Foreign Office has defended Britain's dependence on the US and other countries for help in the fight against terrorism, after George Bush's defiant 'waterboarding' comments.
Vince Cable was the subject of a scathing attack from human rights groups today, after he refused to prevent a UK company supplying a drug used in executions.
President Obama has called David Cameron to offer his condolences for the death of British aid worker Linda Norgrove.
Nick Clegg has launched into a thinly-veiled attack on Britain and America's decision to invade Iraq while visiting New York.
Nick Clegg will make his first visit to the White House today, for talks with opposite number Joe Biden.
Tony Blair has received the Liberty Medal in the US for his role in the Northern Ireland peace negotiations.
Foreign secretary William Hague has followed Tony Blair in joining the international chorus of condemnation against a small church in the US which intends to burn copies of the Koran.
Tony Blair has included gushing praise for George Bush in his memoirs, describing him as "a true idealist".
Four cancer specialists closely involved in the treatment of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmet al-Megrahi have said they were not consulted before his release.
President Barack Obama has signed a law defending US writers and journalists and academics from British libel cases.
Activists are setting up a life-sized death row cell in Trafalgar Square to highlight the plight of a British citizen awaiting execution in Texas.
American anger at the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi reflects their "culture of vengeance", the head of the Scottish Roman Catholic Church has said.