Brexit: UK Parliament rejects Theresa May's deal for second time
Pakistan criticised at UNHRC for its duplicity on Kashmir
Yellow Vest protests: French Interior Minister rejects calls for resignation
Russia bats for extension of arms reduction treaty with US
UK: Lord Ahmed, his two brothers charged with rape, granted bail till April 16
Police suspect terror motive behind Utrecht attack
Dutch shooting: Utrecht Police investigate motive behind attack
After France, Germany backs listing of Masood Azhar as terrorist in EU
PoK activists condemn Pulwama terror attack at UNHRC, asks Pakistan to dismantle terror camps
May secures legally binding changes for Brexit agreement: Minister
The Prime Minister will like the headlines that some pro-Brexit newspapers have this morning. She should savour them as the rest of the day might not go so well. There ar
Utrecht tram shooting: Police confirm 3 killed, several injured
Lawmakers can't vote again on Brexit, says UK Speaker
Two 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old died, while another 16-year-old girl remains in hospital.
According to a report being released tomorrow, the number of children with a parent in prison has been hugely under-estimated.
Bus explodes in central Stockholm after ramming into tunnel
Exiled Ex-Catalan chief Carles Puigdemont to run for EU elections
4 people arrested in UK for referencing Christchurch mosque attacks
Two MPs who have been travelling the country to find out the impact of austerity have made their final stop in Glasgow.
Activists of PoK, Gilgit urge UN to stop Pakistan from carrying out atrocities on locals
Nirav Modi tracked down in London's Theatre District
Pak-backed pro-Khalistanis assault British Indians outside Indian High Commission in London
Seven deaths in seven days. The number of people dying because of knife crime is only getting worse.
Akeela Ahmed, who chairs the Government's Anti-Muslim-Hatred Taskforce and Hisham Hellyer, who specialises in international security at the Royal United Services Institut
Supporters of the Leave Means Leave campaign have set off on what they're calling a 'Brexit Betrayal' March.
The Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, is under fire again, after it emerged the government could have to pay tens of millions of pounds extra for ferries from France.
Stores looted during 18th week of 'Yellow-Vest' protests in Paris
Nirav Modi living freely in £8 million flat in London: UK newspaper
The son of a woman who killed her husband and is facing a retrial for murder tells Channel 4 News that she should be allowed to enter a manslaughter plea instead.
The pilot whose plane crashed during the Shoreham Airshow, killing 11 people in 2015, has been cleared of manslaughter.
This was the first time either of the MPs had been made aware of Arron Banks's role in campaigning at the time of their friend's death.
The gunman alleged to have live-streamed the attacks has been identified as Brenton Tarrant, who describes himself online as an ordinary, white, working-class man, with a
Sasha Havlicek, co-founder of the counter-terrorism think tank, the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, discusses the Christchurch attacks.
France sanctions JeM chief Masood Azhar, freezes his assets
Russia bans fake news, criminalises 'disrespect' of state
EU reprimands Saudi Arabia over human rights at UNHRC
First official Women's Day holiday observed in Berlin
Britain may never leave EU if Brexit deal is rejected: Theresa May
Karen Bradley has been forced to apologise over comments she made about The Troubles.
Amid calls for Karen Bradley to resign over comments she made about The Troubles, we speak to Conservative MP Andrew Murrison, who chairs the Northern Ireland Select
Both parties have faced criticism – including over comments from the Leader of the House of Commons, Andrea Leadsom.
Independent MPs Heidi Allen and Frank Field say the Chancellor must end the freeze on benefits when he delivers his spring statement next week.
Listen and subscribe to Politics: Where Next? on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other good apps. On this week’s episode: As the Brexit process treads water, we’v
UK Parliament votes to delay Brexit, rejects second referendum