Theresa May is set to publish a long-awaited document outlining the government's plan for its future relationship with the EU.
Theresa May is scrambling to unite her warring cabinet ahead of a meeting on Friday to thrash out the government’s policy on its future relationship with the EU. Deep splits have been carved between minister over the issue of Brexit, as rumours of a climbdown by the Prime Minister on the issue of customs
A female healthcare worker has been arrested for the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of a further six babies.
A woman has died after falling from the roof of a Primark store in Blackburn. Police were called this morning at 7.50 to reports of a person falling from the building. The 26-year-old woman from Blackburn was taken to the Royal Blackburn Hospital in a critical condition, and later died.
North Korea is carrying out improvements at its nuclear testing facility, new research has discovered. The work at the facility comes despite a pledge by the country to completely denuclearise following the summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump.
Joe Snape and Will Jarvis, both 27, locked arms for 36 hours, 36 minutes and 36 seconds after coming up with the ambitious idea in the pub.
Beer, meat and fizzy drinks could run out in the UK this summer as demand surges and stocks of carbon dioxide hit record lows.
Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 27, shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as police arrested him outside the central London landmark.
Three men have died after they were hit by a train at Loughborough Junction station in South London, police believe. Spray cans were found near where the men died, close to a spot that is popular with graffiti artists. A British transport Police spokesman said: ‘We were called at 7.34 to Loughborough
Theresa May’s compromise offer made yesterday to pro-EU rebels in order to avoid a humiliating defeat by MPs is already in crisis, as the Government appeared to pedal back on its promises. As the EU Withdrawal Bill returned to the Commons on Tuesday, Mrs May’s team scrambled together a last-ditch offer
The rebel Remainer MP who quit as justice minister this morning in protest against the Government has compared Brexit to the death penalty. Dr Philip Lee stood down in a dramatic exit, saying he ‘could not look his children in the eye’ if he supported Theresa May‘s Brexit position. Speaking later on
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have concluded their historic meeting in Singapore, in a summit that was peppered with undeniably strange moments. As the US President attempted to cajole the North Korean leader into giving up his country’s nuclear weapons, he showed the despot a Hollywood-style movie trailer
Overcrowding on trains could be tackled by ‘hiding’ busy services from passengers and not displaying them on arrivals boards, the Government has suggested. The idea came in a new Government document, which looked at ways to improve the Cross Country rail network, the UK’s most extensive rail franchise
It comes after a tape of a candid speech in which he warned of a Brexit meltdown and called the Treasury 'the heart of Remain' was leaked.
Charlie Bush, who was 14 at the time of the violent crime, knifed three people in an unprovoked attack at the Dartmouth Royal Regatta last year. The youngster, whose parents moved to Paignton in Devon from London to help him escape a life of gang violence, was the ringleader of a gang who set upon a
Theresa May has swerved a cabinet revolt following crisis meetings with David Davis, who was this morning rumoured to be on the cusp of resignation. The Prime Minister and Brexit secretary have been at loggerheads over the Government’s latest backstop plan to avoid a hard border between Ireland and
Zofija Kaczan died days after she was brutally attacked in the street as she walked to church.
Twenty fire engines and 120 firefighters have been called to a fire on the roof of a hotel in Knightsbridge, central London, London Fire Brigade has said.
The EU Withdrawal Bill has returned to the House of Commons today and tomorrow for a series of knife-edge votes that will determine the future of the Brexit process. Theresa May is facing one of the biggest tests of her leadership, with Tory rebels threatening to vote against their own party to force
Conservative MPs are calling for Theresa May to resign ‘within weeks’, as splits within the Tory party over Brexit deepen and confidence in her leadership tumbles among party members. The Prime Minister is facing a possible back-bench revolt over her Government’s flagship Brexit legislation next week
Donald Trump has insisted he has the ‘absolute right’ to pardon himself for committing a crime – but that he doesn’t need to bother because he has ‘done nothing wrong’. The President made the assertion in a furious Twitter spree that criticised Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion
Pictures showing the gutted kitchen where the devastating Grenfell Tower fire broke out have been released for the first time. The photos were shown to the Grenfell Inquiry, which is currently investigating the cause and spread of the fire, which killed 72 people as it tore through the 25-storey building