Boris Johnson has called a meeting of the government’s emergency committee – as more heavy rain is expected in flood-affected areas of England.
As the election campaign continues, there’s an increasingly bitter battle for religious votes, much of which is taking place on social media.
One veteran who did not take part in commemorations today was Inayet Ali.
Channel 4 News has spent time with three activists, who say they are just responding to police violence against them.
Just as the whole country narrowly voted in favour of quitting the EU in the 2016 referendum, the same can be said for voters in the Leicestershire constituency of Loughborough.
Female strippers are celebrating after the club they work in had its licence renewed – despite a campaign by feminist groups to have it closed down.
A growing number of Birmingham schools are trying to cope with a funding crisis by closing early on Fridays, no doubt delighting pupils but infuriating parents.
New figures out today show that more than 1.5 million people have now applied to remain in the UK after Brexit under the Government’s EU Settlement Scheme. And nearly three hundred thousand applied in August alone.
A relatively uneventful day in British politics. A Cabinet minister – Amber Rudd – explained why she’s quit the government and Conservative Party. A Labour pro-Brexit rebel – John Mann – is quitting as an MP. Another former Labour MP, Angela Smith, has joined the Lib Dems. The Conservatives threatened to run a candidate against…
In light of the Johnson government’s decision to suspend parliament, we spoke to voters in Dudley North, one of the most marginal seats in the country.
The facts are shocking – young girls, some as young as nine – forced into marriage – in a country which should give women equal rights in everything from education to marriage and divorce.
Emergency teams in Whaley Bridge are racing to shore up the damaged dam as the area has so far escaped the heavy rain which forecasters had predicted. Water levels have been reduced by three metres.
Emergency workers are scrambling to lower water levels behind a badly damaged dam in Whaley Bridge as the risk of collapse remains at a ‘critical level’. Around fifteen hundred residents have been evacuated from their homes in case the dam bursts and floods the entire town. Our home affairs correspondent Darshna Soni reports from Whaley…
Today more torrential rain has triggered fresh flooding in parts of the country, after storms in the Yorkshire Dales left homes and businesses flooded, cut off roads, and washed bridges clean away.
Boris Johnson has clearly scored a hit with Conservative party members, but what about voters outside his natural constituency? We’ve been to Ashfield in Nottinghamshire, which was once the heart of coal mining country in the Midlands.