Selling themselves as the “remain alliance”, the new Change UK party have launched their campaign for the European elections in Bristol, calling for another vote on Brexit.
The actor and comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy has promised not to “mess up”, after winning a landslide victory in Ukraine’s presidential election.
The Government today launched its long awaited White Paper on the regulation of the internet.
Talks with Labour over a Brexit deal have stalled. But that hasn’t stopped Theresa May calling for compromise on both sides – or risk remaining in the EU after all.
It’s been a day of stalemate on efforts to agree a cross-party compromise on Brexit.
Relatives of the victims of the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings have called for those responsible to be prosecuted after an inquest jury found that botched warnings contributed to the deaths of 21 people.
The Ministry of Defence has launched an investigation after a video was posted online showing British paratroopers based in Afghanistan using a picture of Jeremy Corbyn for target practice.
For more than a year we have been working with the Bureau of Investigative Journalism to chart the number of deaths of the homeless. We can reveal that at least 796 have died in the last 18 months – that’s a rate of 11 each week. The youngest was just 18. And as this exclusive…
The pilot whose plane crashed during the Shoreham Airshow, killing 11 people in 2015, has been cleared of manslaughter.
With just 629 hours or 26 days until the UK leaves the EU there have been more signs that Tory MPs are swinging behind the Prime Minister’s withdrawal agreement.
A war of words has broken out at the top of the Labour Party over how it deals with anti-Semitism.
Those sceptical of Brussels often say fraud is a long-standing problem, but one man who went public with what he uncovered believes blowing the whistle cost him his job.
If you’re a business wanting to ship your goods to Japan before the Brexit deadline, you’ve missed the boat – literally.
Rank and file police officers in England and Wales say that rising workloads and shrinking budgets mean they are increasingly being obliged to work alone, putting themselves and the public at potential risk. And nearly two thirds of officers surveyed said they had suffered a traumatic experience in the last 12 months.
A body has been seen in the wreckage of the plane which was carrying the footballer Emiliano Sala and his pilot David Ibbotson, on the sea bed off Guernsey.