After Theresa May managed to get agreement on her proposal to delay Brexit, Britain’s EU withdrawal is taking place to . . .
Stephen Fry is reported to have added his support to a pressure group pushing for law reform around naming sex . . .
A young David Cameron backed calls for a “bonfire” of EU regulations and denounced “Euro red tape” in briefings to . . .
DUP MP Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has told the Fine Gael party conference he would like to see Ireland join the . . .
Delia Smith and Game Of Thrones star Lena Headey were among celebrities who marched in London to demand a final . . .
Raheem Sterling’s tribute on the pitch to a youth player who died of leukaemia was a “pleasant surprise” to the . . .
Hundreds of thousands of people descended on central London to join a march on Parliament and demand a final say . . .
The Prince of Wales emulated Charlie in the chocolate factory when he visited a chocolate producer in Grenada.
The prince and . . .
Brexit will define and consume the United Kingdom for the next generation, says Irish Premier Leo Varadkar.
Speaking at the Fine . . .
Firefighters are at the scene of a “well-developed” blaze at a business in Glasgow.
Crews were called to the Tollcross area . . .
A couple has described the “frightening” experience of being airlifted off a cruise ship which got into difficulties off the . . .
Speculation that Theresa May will be ousted from Number 10 has reached fever pitch amid reports that Cabinet ministers are . . .
Victoria Cross hero Johnson Beharry has said the royal family are “embracing the Commonwealth” as Britain moves closer towards Brexit.
Sergeant . . .
Internet companies will get 100% rates relief from the Scottish Government to install fibre broadband across Scotland.
The non-domestic rates relief . . .
Waiting times for diagnosing suspected cancer patients are to be targeted in an action plan.
The £6 million Scottish Government investment . . .
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to bring forward plans to tackle child poverty by Labour’s Richard Leonard.
In the wake of . . .
The Scottish Liberal Democrat leader has accused the Scottish Government of “failing” on children’s rights.
Willie Rennie’s comments follow Children and . . .
Rumours of a coup against Prime Minister Theresa May make headlines in Sunday’s papers alongside reports from the march against . . .
Up to 20 tonnes of UK aid is set to be delivered to help those caught up in the devastation . . .
Two children aged three and five are among the injured following a “serious collision” between a car and a people . . .
One of Britain’s most wanted fugitives has been arrested in Romania.
Shane O’Brien, 31, is suspected of the murder of 21-year-old . . .
Hundreds of people across Scotland have gathered at vigils to call for peace and religious tolerance following last week’s terrorist . . .
Politicians from all parties have urged the Prime Minister to give the public the final say over Brexit at the . . .
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have arrived in Grenada to a warm welcome from the country’s Governor . . .
Another Birmingham mosque has been targeted by vandals.
Police are examining CCTV after criminal damage was caused to the building in Cromer . . .
A father-of-three has scaled Pen y Fan – the highest peak in south Wales – for the 365th time in . . .
The mother of university student Libby Squire, whose body was found last week after a near seven-week search, has told of her . . .
A man accused of trying to kill a teenager in an alleged terror attack after being heard ranting about “white . . .
Voting down the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal for a third time would cause a “political meltdown”, a minister has warned, . . .
Former attorney general Dominic Grieve has said he has “no intention” of the leaving the Conservative Party despite facing a . . .
Leo Varadkar says he would not like to be associated with Conor McGregor’s unlawful actions.
The Irish Premier was accused of . . .
Demonstrators are taking part in a march on Parliament to demand a second Brexit referendum.
As many as one million people . . .
A 26-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a gas explosion at a flat in Glasgow on Friday.
The incident, . . .
Police in Antrim are appealing for information after a burglary in Newtownabbey.
The house at Carnmoney Road was targeted at around . . .
An online petition urging the Government to cancel Brexit has become the most popular to be submitted to the Parliament . . .
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair has said he has “lots of sympathy” for Theresa May as she battles to . . .
Residents have described their shock after a teenager was stabbed to death outside a block of flats in west London.
The . . .
Streets were closed and rail services were cancelled following reports of an early morning gas explosion at a building in . . .
BBC radio presenter Jim Naughtie has apologised for likening a group of Tory Eurosceptics to France’s National Front, saying that . . .
Ruth Maguire, who died on a night out with friends last week, has been laid to rest.
The 30-year-old health assistant, . . .
The eradication of Islamic State from the last sliver of a territory that once stretched across vast swathes of Iraq . . .
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has described Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit policy as “one of the saddest chapters in . . .
Additional aid funding has been announced by the Scottish Government to help support relief efforts in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe . . .
Demonstrators have begun arriving in central London to join a march on Parliament to demand a second Brexit referendum.
Hundreds of . . .
A rise in blackmail in the capital has been fuelled by people sharing explicit photos and videos of themselves, it . . .
Hundreds of jobs in Aberdeenshire are expected to be safeguarded as a result of a joint funding pledge from the . . .
A father-of-three is to scale Pen y Fan – the highest peak in south Wales – for the 365th time . . .
A teenager was found fatally stabbed in west London by police responding to reports of a fight in west London.
The . . .
The family of Mark Duggan – whose death resulted in civil unrest in English cities in 2011 – has lodged . . .
British forces will not scale-back their presence in Syria and Iraq following the capture of the last remaining territory held . . .