Sir John Sawers criticises the calibre of the leaders of two main parties
06/07/2019 UK in 'political nervous breakdown'-ex MI6 boss
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
22/07/2019 Man guilty of lying about VIP paedophile ring
Carl Beech falsely accused political and military figures of abuse
23/07/2019 Boris Johnson elected Tory leader
Boris Johnson is the new leader of the Conservatives
24/07/2019 Boris Johnson becomes PM
He enters Number 10 saying UK would leave EU by the end of October -- "no ifs or buts."
25/07/2019 Johnson's first full day as PM
Boris Johnson addresses the Commons for the first time as Prime Minister.
26/07/2019 VIP accuser jailed
VIP abuse accuser jailed for 18 years
27/07/2019 Prime Minister promises high speed rail route
Boris Johnson promises to fund a high speed rail route between Leeds and Manchester
28/07/2019 Iran nuclear talks warning
Iran warns it'll row back on nuclear deal commitments, unless its interests are protected
30/07/2019 Scotland Yard is mired in a row over its discredited investigation into claims of a paedophile ring at Westminster.
A police watchdog has defended the investigation into an alleged VIP paedophile ring.
Hundreds of children sexually abused by "predatory carers" in Nottingham
Inquiry finds children were abused over decades while in care and failed by authorities.
01/08/2019 Hundreds evacuated in Derbyshire town
Whaley Bridge residents told to head to school after part of reservoir wall collapsed
02/08/2019 Lib Dems seek more pacts with other "remain" supporting parties after by-election victory
Lib Dems seek more pacts with other "remain" supporting parties after by-election victory
03/08/2019 Hong Kong clashes
Police fire tear gas at Hong Kong protestors
04/08/2019 Mass shooting in El Paso is "act of domestic terrorism"
The White House denies that President Trump has fuelled an atmosphere of racial hatred
05/08/2019 US mass shootings: Trump condemns racism and white supremacy
President Trump condemns bigotry, racism and white supremacy after two mass shootings.
06/08/2019 Chelsea Football Club apologise for historical child sexual abuse
A report says former youth players at Chelsea suffered sexual abuse in the 1970s.
07/08/2019 BA flight disruption
Thousands of air passengers stranded after IT glitch.
08/08/2019 Scientists urge diet and farming changes to tackle climate change
A UN report says eating more plant-based foods could help reduce global warming.
09/08/2019 Economy shrinks for first time since 2012
Chancellor insists UK economy is strong despite 0.2% decline
Power cuts hit parts of UK
11/08/2019 PM promises more prison places and extends stop-and-search
Boris Johnson says he'll combat crime as Labour warns his plans could cause "unrest".
12/08/2019 China warns Hong Kong protesters
Beijing threatens to use "iron fist" after pro-democracy activists paralysed HK airport.
13/08/2019 PM in "tough" talks over UK-US trade deal
Boris Johnson and President Trump are negotiating a partial trade agreement for November.
14/08/2019 Prime Minister accuses MPs who want to block Brexit of collaborating with the EU
Boris Johnson has accused MPs who want to block Brexit of collaborating with the EU
15/08/2019 Drug deaths at record high
Rise in fatalities from illicit drug use
Mixed response to Corbyn Brexit plan
16/08/2019 Newly-wed police officer murdered in Berkshire
10 people aged between 13 and 30 arrested
17/08/2019 Extra time to quiz PC death suspects
Police get more time to question 10 suspects about officer's death.
18/08/2019 Government insists leaked Whitehall documents on no-deal Brexit are outdated 'worst case' scenario
Government insists leaked Whitehall documents on no-deal Brexit are 'worst case' scenario
19/08/2019 EU 'will change its Brexit stance'
Boris Johnson says he's confident the EU will change its Brexit stance.
20/08/2019 Prime Minister says 'anti-democratic' backstop must be scrapped
Prime Minister says 'anti-democratic' Irish border backstop must be scrapped
21/08/2019 Future of high speed rail link in doubt
The future of HS2, the high speed rail link between London and Manchester, is in doubt
22/08/2019 President Macron say the Irish backstop is indispensible
But the French leader did not rule out renegotiating the Withdrawal Deal
23/08/2019 EU countries warn Brazil to do more about Amazon wildfires
A huge trade deal between the EU and South America is under threat.