The Metropolitan Police launched a stinging attack on the Electoral Commission.
The husband of a British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran has accused Boris Johnson of being “delusional” and “complacent”, after the Conservative frontrunner claimed he was not to blame for her prolonged incarceration.
Between a rock and a hard place: the Chancellor Philip Hammond has warned the many MPs vying to be the next Tory leader that they might not stay in Number 10 for long if they don’t listen to Parliament and instead push for a No Deal Brexit.
It is now day four of disruption caused by the group Extinction Rebellion. More than 480 people have been arrested and the Home Secretary has said police must use the “full force of the law” against them.
Four environmental activists have glued themselves together and chained themselves to the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s house. Its unclear just how much disruption that has caused – but more than 300 people have now been arrested after 3 days of protests in London over climate change.
Experts say the next 24 hours are crucial to protecting Notre-Dame’s stone and wood structure from even more damage. Architects involved in other restoration projects warn that it will take years, even decades, to repair the damage.
A convicted IRA terrorist has told a court the names of four men he claims were responsible for the Birmingham pub bombings, 45 years ago.
The parent company of Cambridge Analytica, which was involved in the Facebook data-harvesting scandal, has been fined £15,000 for failing to fully respond to a US citizen’s request for the information it obtained about him.
Plans for a new ferry hub to ease the pressure on Dover after Brexit continue – the dredgers are in action to prepare Ramsgate port for a Britain outside of the EU. But, Channel 4 News has learned the company handed a £14m contract to supply extra ferries hasn’t yet got a single vessel secured for…
Theresa May has used her New Year message to urge MPs to back her Brexit deal, saying it would allow the country to “turn a corner.” But Jeremy Corbyn accused the government of plunging the UK into crisis by making a “mess” of Brexit. MPs are due to vote later this month on Mrs May’s…
The Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, has hailed her landslide victory in yesterday’s elections – dismissing opposition claims that the vote was ‘farcical’ and marred by intimidation and ballot rigging. Hasina’s party won all but a handful of the country’s 300 parliamentary seats to secure a third consecutive term in power. Ed Howker reports.
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid and his French counterpart have agreed to step up cross Channel co-operation to stop migrants attempting to reach the UK using small inflatable boats. The move comes as six men claiming to be from Iran, were picked up on a beach in Kent early this morning.
The Immigration minister Caroline Nokes has defended the way the Government is handling the rising number of migrants trying to cross the Channel – saying the Home Secretary was cutting short his family holiday to deal with it. Speaking on a visit to Dover – Ms Nokes said the UK wanted to work closely with…
There is no end in sight for the partial shutdown of the United States government as Democrats refuse to grant President Donald Trump the funds he wants to build a wall along the border with Mexico. A government shutdown occurs when Congress fails to agree on a budget for the next fiscal year – it…
The documents suggest that Facebook gave special access to some big companies, allowing them to access information about people’s friends, while other smaller companies could not. Facebook insisted the documents were misleading, and that the company never sold its users’ data.