A summit that started with warm mood music ended up with Theresa May and Britain out in the cold.
Months of delays, cancellations, overcrowding and furious commuters – and a complete lack of leadership from all those in charge of
“I am sorry I was not vigilant enough”: the widow of Khalid Masood has apologised to his victims in last year’s Westmin
In the midst of the growing crisis in prisons across England and Wales - the civil servant in charge has been asked to stand down.
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Two people have died and one is seriously hurt as Ali, as it's been named, has brought winds of up to 100mph.
Natalie Elphicke, chief executive of the Housing and Finance Institute, and Polly Neate, the CEO of Shelter, discuss Theresa May's £2bn
Tesco has responded to competitors like Aldi and Lidl, who manage to sell things even cheaper, by launching its own discount stores under t
Workers coming to the UK from European countries should not be given preferential treatment over those from the rest of the world, accordin
The increase in teenage knife crime has put Britain's largest police force under increasing pressure to tackle gang-related violence. One o
The men on trial had been accused of negligently performing a duty, but a judge halted the case today, saying the deaths occurred because o
Alexandra Bulata, a Romanian PhD student in London, who's written about the prospects for EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit, and
'The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer' gives an insight into what happens when the doctor becomes the patient.
Senior police officers have given a stark warning about what Britain's departure from the EU could mean for public safety on our streets.
The Liberal Democrats have voted to back the idea of cancelling Brexit if there's no deal by March next year.
Marooned on a British army base for nearly 20 years. The future of five families from Sudan, Ethiopia, Syria and Iraq - 10 adults and 17
Fewer courses, less spending on students and reduced teaching hours: the result of a squeeze on spending over the last eight years in schoo
The president of the National Union of Students, Shakira Martin, and Professor Len Shackleton, from the free-market think tank, the Institu
From hard Brexit and hard borders, to soft Brexit or the Chequers deal - here's everything you need to know.
Last year’s Westminster Bridge terror attack was described as “82 seconds of high and terrible drama” as the inquest open
It was the hub of community activism at the heart of Caribbean Britain – where people came from across the world to talk politics, ex
Boris Johnson is facing a furious backlash from fellow Conservatives after claiming Theresa May’s Brexit plan had put the UK in a
Tens of thousands of pacemaker or defibrillator wearers can't get an MRI scan to detect potentially life-threatening conditions, because of
A comprehensive review of the rail industry is being launched by the Government next week, at a time when services have been plunged into c
Michael McFaul, former US Ambassador to Russia, discusses the fallout from the Salisbury poisonings.
Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable says the UK needs a moderate movement “who completely reject the kind of extremism of the hard left,
It’s not just Labour which is becoming even more embroiled in internal wrangling – former Conservative frontbencher Guto Bebb
One of Jeremy Corbyn's most senior allies - the shadow Chancellor John McDonnell - has denied that party moderates are being systematically