ISIS recruit Jack Letts stripped of British citizenship
John Letts and Sally Lane have condemned the Home Office decision to strip their son Jack of his British citizenship, saying they are shocked that the government would ac
The parents of Jack Letts, John and Sally, today spoke exclusively to Channel 4 News about the government's decision to revoke their son's citizenship.
Free Balochistan movement marks Independence Day of Balochistan
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Russia: Civilians asked to evacuate town near site of explosion
A staff member at a London care facility could face prison – after he refused to co-operate with an inquest into the death of a teenager with mental health issues.
Thousands of people have been taking part in a ceremony in Manchester today, marking the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre – when it’s thought 18 peo
The Grime starÂ StormzyÂ says he is funding the costs of two more students from minority backgrounds to study at Cambridge. It follows his decision last year to suppo
The police officer who was killed while attending reports of a burglary late last night was dragged along by a vehicle, Thames Valley police have said. PC Andrew Harper,
The North East of England is the area worst affected by drug-related deaths. Weâ€™re joined from Middlesbrough by Mayor Andy Preston.
Drug-related deaths in England and Wales are the highest they have ever been. New figures show there were more than 4,000 deaths from drug poisoning last year, nearly 3 q
A new anti-knife crime campaign by the government has met fierce criticism – being variously described as “embarrassing”, “stupid” and ̶
Oslo mosque attacker faces murder charge for woman found dead in his home
'Pak shedding crocodile tears over J-K is worth exposing'
Norway mosque shooting being investigated as act of terrorism: Police
Seminars, protests to mark August 11 as Baloch National Day
Russia to complete tests of Su-57 in 2019, MiG-35 in 2021
Half a million children across England are at risk of going hungry during the long summer holidays,Â when schools areÂ closedÂ and free school meals aren't availabl
50 years after the Battle of the Bogside, what do the younger generation make of a possible no deal Brexit and what it may mean for their future?Â
Today marked 50 years since the event which started the Troubles in Northern Ireland asÂ British troops were deployed on the streets to quell violence between the Catho
The teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has set sail from Plymouth on board an eco-friendly yacht, bound for UN summits on global warming in New York and Chile.Â
Sarfraz Manzoor is a British writer and journalist. He is the inspiration behind the recently released film ‘Blinded by the Light’, which is based on his memoirs ‘G
Russia hopes India, Pak won't allow aggravation of situation post scrapping of Art 370
'My upbringing does not allow me to take a life': PM Modi to Bear Grylls on fighting a tiger
Russia testing site blast: 5 dead, rise in radiation level led to explosion
The Prime Minister has announced another spending boost for the justice system, with a hundred million pounds promised to improve prison security.
The search for a missing British teenager in Malaysia has ended after her body was found by police.
British universities have been plagued by controversy over how they handle allegations of sexual misconduct made by students.
Farmers have reacted with anger after it was announced students at one university will see beef removed from their menus when they return for the new term next month.
With both sides of the Brexit debate feeling traumatised by a loss of faith in government, we wanted to understand why so many people and politicians are experiencing s