Almost five years after the militant Islamic State group’s first brutal surge across Iraq and Syria, its self-declared caliphate is almost at an end.
Politicians have been bickering about Brexit for the past two years, but everything that has happened so far is just figuring out how we leave the EU – we still have to sort out what kind of relationship we have once we have actually left.
Ministers have indicated that MPs will get the chance to vote again on Theresa May’s Brexit strategy but it is not clear exactly when and exactly how.
New figures have revealed the scale of knife violence in England. According to NHS England, hospital admissions for teenagers assaulted with sharp objects are up by around 50% since 2012.
Yousra Elbagir reports on the women on the frontline of the protests in Sudan, who describe their experience at the hands of government forces.
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has used an interview with a Russian news agency to reject calls for new presidential elections, insisting his victory last spring was legitimate.
The Irish State Broadcaster is reporting tonight that European Commission President Jean Claude Junker told Theresa May at 11 o’clock today “there will be no re-opening of the Irish backstop or the withdrawal agreement”.
Britain has become the latest European country to declare it will recognise the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president – unless fair, democratic elections are announced in the next eight days, an ultimatum rejected by the Venezuelan Foreign Minister.
Rescuers in Brazil are searching for any survivors after a huge dam collapsed – unleashing a cascade of mine waste and mud. At least nine people are dead and 400 still missing after the disaster struck at the Vale iron ore mine near Brumadinho in southeastern Brazil yesterday lunchtime. Officials say there’s now little chance…
With Theresa May’s Brexit deal struggling to get support in the House of Commons, a number of MPs believe the country is getting closer to a No-Deal Brexit. Some politicians say it could be a great opportunity; others warn of Britain “crashing out”. But what do people away from Westminster think might happen in the case…
Four union general secretaries were invited for separate chats with Theresa May about Brexit. Meanwhile, the aircraft manufacturer Airbus issued it’s starkest Brexit warning yet, saying it could move manufacturing out of the UK in the event of no deal.
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“Stealing brexit.” “Hijacking” the will of the people. There’s been fury about Remainer MPs’ attempts to allow parliament to dictate terms to the government over Brexit. Remainer MP Dominic Grieve is one of those under fire for proposing an amendment that would allow rebels to take control of parliamentary business. If a motion for debate…
Police in Sudan have fired live ammunition at mourners outside the home of a protester who died after he was shot yesterday on the streets of Khartoum. There’s growing international outrage at the brutal crackdown on protests against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, including the case of 57-year-old Yasser Ali, who was seriously injured by a sniper. From Sudan, Yousra Elbagir…
Thousands of fighters have been killed and thousands are on the run, most recently after the Kurdish forces captured the town of Al-Shafa. But what is happening to the women from around the world who say they travelled there in the promise of a pure Islamic life? Some volunteered. Others say they were duped.