Hong Kong cancels plans to allow extraditions to mainland China following mass protests
15/06/2019 Hong Kong suspends extradition bill
16/06/2019 Mass protests continue in Hong Kong
Hundreds of thousands join march; Hong Kong's leader apologises for extradition bill
17/06/2019 Iran To Breach Nuclear Deal
Tensions increase in the Middle East as Iran announces it will exceed uranium limits.
18/06/2019 Johnson tops second leadership ballot
Boris Johnson tops the second Conservative leadership ballot.
19/06/2019 Rory Stewart out of Tory leadership race
Rory Stewart has been eliminated from the Conservative leadership contest.
20/06/2019 Johnson and Hunt to fight to be PM
Michael Gove eliminated from the Conservative leadership contest by just 2 votes.
21/06/2019 MP Suspended From Post
Conservative MP suspended from post after manhandling Greenpeace activist at event
22/06/2019 Boris Johnson ducks questions about reported row with girlfriend
Candidates answer questions at first Tory leadership hustings
23/06/2019 Jeremy Hunt accuses leadership rival Boris Johnson of ducking important questions
Pressure mounts on leadership favourite Boris Johnson to explain row in girlfriend's flat
Trump announces new Iran sanctions
Trump announces new Iran sanctions aimed at Supreme Leader Ali Khameni
25/06/2019 The contenders in the Tory leadership race have been making spending promises.
The contenders in the Tory leadership race have been making spending promises.
26/06/2019 Leadership hopefuls clash over Brexit date
The Tory leadership candidates have clashed over the deadline to leave the EU.
27/06/2019 Corbyn faces new anti-semitism row
Over 100 Labour MPs & peers demand overturn of Williamson party re-admission
28/06/2019 MI5 'not to blame' for failing to prevent London Bridge attacks
A coroner says MI5 should not be blamed for failing to prevent the London Bridge attacks
29/06/2019 Corbyn rejects claims about his health
Jeremy Corbyn rejects alleged concerns about his health
30/06/2019 Trump enters North Korea
President Trump becomes the first serving US president to set foot on North Korean soil
01/07/2019 Violent protests in Hong Kong
Police have evicted protesters from Hong Kong's parliament after a day of violence.
02/07/2019 Downing Street: BBC must explain salaries
Downing Street says BBC must explain why the salaries of its top presenters are rising.
03/07/2019 The Chinese ambassador accuses the UK of a "colonial mindset" over Hong Kong
China's ambassador is summoned to the Foreign Office as the diplomatic row intensifies.
04/07/2019 William Hill store closures
Bookmaker blames new restrictions for placing 4,500 jobs at risk.
05/07/2019 Slavery gang jailed for 55 years
Gang lured hundreds of vulnerable Poles to the UK and forced them to work
06/07/2019 UK in 'political nervous breakdown'-ex MI6 boss
Sir John Sawers criticises the calibre of the leaders of two main parties
07/07/2019 Deutsche Bank confirms huge job cuts
The banking giant says 18,000 staff will lose their jobs over the next three years.
08/07/2019 Fraudsters targeting Universal Credit online application system
Fraudsters targeting the online system used by people claiming Universal Credit.
09/07/2019 Labour to back Remain as it calls for a new referendum
Jeremy Corbyn challenges the next Prime Minister "to put their deal to the people"
10/07/2019 The Foreign Secretary has called the resignation of the UK's ambassador to the US a "black day for diplomacy."
The UK's ambassador to Washington has resigned.
11/07/2019 Judge criticised police for catastrophic failings of an operation which led to the killing of an unarmed man
Judge criticised police for failings of an operation which led to unarmed man's death
12/07/2019 May admits she underestimated Parliament on Brexit
May admits she underestimated Parliament on Brexit
13/07/2019 Met repeats leak publication warning
The Met Police repeats its warning to the media not to publish leaked diplomatic cables
14/07/2019 England close in on cricket World Cup
England's cricketers try to overhaul New Zealand in the World Cup final at Lords.
15/07/2019 A Downing Street reception for England's World Cup winning cricketers
England's World Cup winning cricketers are to attend a reception at Downing Street
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17/07/2019 Brother of Manchester bomber extradited from Libya
The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has been extradited to the UK and arrested.
18/07/2019 MPs vote to stop next PM suspending Parliament
The move makes it harder for the new Prime Minister to force through a no-deal Brexit.
19/07/2019 Hammond 'won't exclude' backing no confidence vote to stop no-deal Brexit
Chancellor prepared to take steps to avoid a no-deal Brexit at the end of October.
20/07/2019 Hunt urges Iran to release British flagged tanker
Britain says it will do everything it can to defend shipping after Iran seizes tanker
21/07/2019 Chancellor: I'll resign if Boris is PM
Philip Hammond says could not serve in a no-deal Brexit govt