Due to pressure from employers and overseas applicants to conform with United States practice, which is also that of most other UK universities, the B.Litt., B.Sc., and B.Phil. (in degrees other than philosophy) were re-titled masters' degrees.
I understand your problem Lionsleeps. The English translation of the Italian word "laurea" is ambiguous - it can either mean the 3 year Bachelor degree or the 4 year Honours degree (which usually includes a thesis).
I think you should emphasise your qualification is the latter, it doesn't matter having the extra words on your CV.