Meeting in London, US President George W. Bush and British PM Gordon Brown said Iran has a choice: to increase cooperation regarding its nuclear weapons programme or face threats of further isolation. (Story: B. Fenwick and C Moore)
On the final day of his farewell tour in the UK, US President George W. Bush is to meet British PM Gordon Brown and ex-PM Tony Blair. Bush will also visit Belfast for talks on the future of Northern Ireland. (Archive photo) (Story: A.Dupuis, J.Walsh)
US President George Bush doesn’t like to travel, but when he does, he always tries to make the most of his trip. On his final trip to Europe he is doing just that – by visiting his friends Sarkozy, Merkel, Brown and Berlusconi.
Like the rest of Europe, Britain is enduring the fallout from soaring fuel prices. PM Gordon Brown has encouraged producers to increase production while trying to maintain a green tax, inciting protests. (Story: P. Hall)
England's ruling party lost a parliamentary seat to the Conservatives on Friday, confirming the increasing unpopularity of Gordon Brown's government, and casting doubts on the possibility of a fourth term for Labour.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown met with the Dalai Lama at the Archbishop of Canterbury's London residence. Brown's failure to meet the Tibetan spiritual chief at his official residence sparked criticism from pro-Tibetan rights groups.
What will the British-American relationship look like once the Bush administration is gone? It is the major question behind the three-day visit of Britain's prime minister Gordon Brown, who must contend with Tony Blair's legacy.