Russian TV channel offers axed Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson new show
Disgraced British presenter receives invitation to Moscow
Despite a turbulent past, the differences between Russia and the UK have always faded into insignificance during critical moments in European and world history. Our two countries were allies in both World Wars, and the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the first Arctic convoys in Operation Dervish was commemorated last year.
In a rapidly changing global environment, Russia and the UK face new challenges. Emerging economic and social links have created a positive dynamic for the political relationship's evolution.
2014 has been announced to be a Bilateral Russia-UK year. Celebrating the long cultural tradition of engagement between the two countries, the UK/Russia Year of Culture in 2014 will delight and surprise Russian and UK audiences and illustrate the way in which the relationship continues to develop new, creative and contemporary narratives in both countries.
Our special UK-edition website rbth.co.uk will give you further information of the events that will take place within the Year.
Footballer lured by three-year contract with Russian team
The Samara Oktyabrsky District Court has put British subject Richard Philipp Bochius, 32, under a two-month arrest on counts of possessing hashish, an Interfax correspondent has reported from the courtroom on Aug. 28
A look at what Russian and UK media covered last week
Russia's international cultural ambassador, Mikhail Shvydkoi, speaks
VNIIEM Corporation and Surrey Satellite Technology intend to sign contract
Norway and the United Kingdom will perform a joint inspection in Russia, head of the National Nuclear Threat Reduction Center Sergei Ryzhkov told Interfax-AVN
The Oktyabrsky District Court has ordered the deportation from Russia of British citizen Richard Philipp Bochius, an employee of Samara State University, who has been found guilty of illegal possession of narcotics
British instructors will conduct various military training sessions for 2,000 Ukrainian military servicemen before March 2016, British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon told reporters at a test and training range in the Zhytomyr Region on Aug. 11
The British Embassy to Russia denies accusations that London has lately been obstructing Russian citizens seeking to visit the UK
Alexander Yakovenko details visa problems for diplomats and tourists
World-famous Edinburgh Festival hosts Russian-flavored events
August 5: RBTH rounds up the day’s reporting in leading Russian media
Russia’s global sensation on life at the London Royal Ballet and more
Russian ambassador accuses UK authorities of violating international obligations on Russian diplomats
Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom Alexander Yakovenko has accused the British authorities of using bureaucratic tricks to push Russian diplomats out of the country
Political strains must not be allowed to damage enduring relationship
Russian businessman Dmitry Kovtun has said he will be unable to give evidence by video link at a hearing in London's Royal Courts of Justice as part of the public inquiry into the death of a former FSB (Federal Security Service) officer, Alexander Litvinenko
The actor and honorary MBE is loved in Russia and around the world
Barclays Bank says official explanation will be given later in writing
VSMPO-Avisma has signed three long-term agreements with Britain's Rolls-Royce for the period of 2016-2025, the Russian titanium producer said in a statement
British satellite contract not to hinder construction of rockets for Roscosmos, Defense Ministry - Progress director
The Samara Progress State Research and Production Space Center is capable of building 21 Soyuz rockets in 2017-2019 to launch approximately 700 telecom satellites of the British company OneWeb, Samara CSKB Progress General Director Alexander Kirilin told Interfax-AVN on July 7