British Proxy List - Proxies from United Kingdom

Proxy Server List - this page provides and maintains the largest and the most up-to-date list of working proxy servers that are available for public use. Our powerful software checks over a million proxy servers daily, with most proxies tested at least once every 15 minutes, thus creating one of the most reliable proxy lists on the Internet - all for free.

Any proxy server listed on this page can be used with a software application that supports the use of proxies such as your web browser. The most popular uses of proxies include hiding your real IP address, disguising your geographic location, and accessing blocked websites.

This proxy list is updated once every 60 seconds from the data stored in our gigabyte-sized proxy database. The list can be filtered down by a number of attributes such as the port number of a proxy, country of origin of a proxy, and the level of anonymity of a proxy. You can also view this list on a map.

Note: If you do not know what any of these numbers mean, or how to use proxy servers in general, scroll to the bottom of this page.


Proxy IP Proxy Port Last Check Proxy Speed Uptime Proxy Country Anonymity
8080
3806 ms
4% (577) gb United Kingdom Elite
80
1007 ms
30% (329) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
3128
5912 ms
0% (288) gb United Kingdom - London Anonymous
80
1061 ms
30% (166) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
3128
997 ms
94% (218) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
38157
4074 ms
3% (483) gb United Kingdom - City of Westminster Elite
80
986 ms
31% (332) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
3128
4397 ms
0% (628) gb United Kingdom - London Elite
8081
1216 ms
78% (200) gb United Kingdom - London Elite
8080
2454 ms
13% (115) gb United Kingdom Transparent
3128
2784 ms
83% (282) gb United Kingdom Transparent
3128
676 ms
8% (127) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
8048
2521 ms
12% (374) gb United Kingdom - London Elite
8080
539 ms
30% (344) gb United Kingdom Elite
44805
4106 ms
3% (643) gb United Kingdom - Richmond Elite
51748
3796 ms
0% (312) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
80
1090 ms
35% (196) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
3128
2651 ms
35% (130) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
80
1120 ms
32% (150) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
3333
3784 ms
5% (646) gb United Kingdom - Swansea Transparent
3128
1991 ms
2% (688) gb United Kingdom - Brentford Transparent
3333
3313 ms
4% (528) gb United Kingdom - Leigh-on-Sea Transparent
8048
2674 ms
10% (188) gb United Kingdom - London Elite
8118
2281 ms
4% (141) gb United Kingdom - London Elite
18027
754 ms
12% (149) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
1235
899 ms
1% (689) gb United Kingdom - London Elite
8118
1605 ms
1% (160) gb United Kingdom - London Elite
3128
5282 ms
2% (138) gb United Kingdom - London Transparent
 

Proxy Anonymity Levels Explained

A more detailed explanation on what this all means can be found on our proxy levels explained page, but the basic description of each proxy level goes like this:

How to use Proxy Servers?

Almost any application, such as your own web-browser, can be configured to route your connections through a proxy server for reasons of anonimity or performance. Configuring your browser to use a proxy server is quick and easy, and the instructions for doing that are described in our articles section.

However, the recommended alternative to doing all those steps anytime you wish to use a different proxy, is to use our homemade proxy switcher that can simplify the whole process to just a few mouse clicks. Our Nova Proxy Switcher can be downloaded from our proxy software page.