NATO's 70th anniversary meeting marred by Trump Trudeau row
04/12/2019 NATO summit closes amid underlying tensions
NATO's 70th anniversary meeting marred by Trump Trudeau row
05/12/2019 France crippled by strike
Public sector workers are angry at President Macron's plan to change the pension system.
06/12/2019 Probation Service apologises for failings in Joseph McCann case
A man's been convicted of attacks -- committed while he should have been in prison
Russia Linked To Leaked Trade Documents 07/12/2019
Reddit says leaked government documents revealed by Jeremy Corbyn are linked to Russia.
08/12/2019 The main political parties have been emphasising their key promises ahead of Thursday's General Election.
The main parties have been emphasising their key promises ahead of Thursday's Election.
Boris under fire over response to sick child hospital picture
Row erupts over Boris's reaction to photo of sick child sleeping on hospital floor
10/12/2019 Labour frontbencher apologises after Corbyn criticism leak
Jonathan Ashworth was secretly recorded saying voters couldn't stand the Labour leader.
11/12/2019 Final day of election campaigning
Party leaders have been making their final appeals ahead of tomorrow's general election.
12/12/2019 Myanmar's Leader Urges Court To Drop Genocide Charges
Aung San Suu Kyi calls for charges of genocide against Rohingya Muslims to be thrown out.
13/12/2019 Johnson calls for unity after election victory
Johnson urges unity after election victory, Calls for Corbyn to quit as Labour leader
14/12/2019 Boris Johnson visits north east England to celebrate Tory gains
Prime Minister visits Tony Blair's old seat of Sedgefield.
15/12/2019 Labour leadership apologises for election result
Attention is now turning to who'll take over when Jeremy Corbyn steps down.
16/12/2019 PM confirms new Brexit vote
Downing Street says MPs will vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal on Friday.
17/12/2019 PM vows to end Brexit 'delay'
Boris Johnson addresses the House of Commons after his general election win.
18/12/2019 Tony Blair attacks Labour under Jeremy Corbyn
Tony Blair launches a blistering attack on Jeremy Corbyn and Labour's election strategy
19/12/2019 Queen's Speech: Johnson promises new golden age for UK
Proposals include delivering Brexit, NHS funding & long jail terms for violent criminals.
20/12/2019 Boris Johnson's EU withdrawal bill passes latest stage in Parliament
Boris Johnson's EU withdrawal bill passes latest stage in Parliament with large majority
21/12/2019 World Cup hero Martin Peters dies
Peters scored England's second goal in 1966, when they beat West Germany in the final.
22/12/2019 Tesco investigates claims that inmates in China were forced to produce its charity cards
Tesco investigates claims that inmates in China were forced to produce its charity cards
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24/12/2019 Prince Philip joins Royal Family at Sandringham after leaving hospital in London
Prince Philip joins Royal Family at Sandringham after leaving hospital in London
26/12/2019 Family drowned in Spanish pool named
A British father and his two children who drowned in Spain have been named.
27/12/2019 Dozens survive Kazakhstan plane crash
Survivors describe Bek Air plane shaking on take-off; at least 12 people are killed.
28/12/2019 Home addresses of New Year Honours recipients leaked
The Cabinet Office has apologised after the details were accidentally published online.
29/12/2019 Governor of New York state condemns knife attack at rabbi's house
Andrew Cuomo says he wants new laws to prosecute hate-fuelled violence.
30/12/2019 Two fee paying schools reject £1 million offer to help white boys
Two leading public schools defend rejection of bursary for disadvantaged white boys
31/12/2019 Australia deploys military to fires
Thousands flee to coast as aircraft and ships are sent to New South Wales and Victoria
01/01/2020 Call for leniency in Cyprus gang rape case
Former Cypriot minister says rape case teenager has already suffered a lot
02/01/2020 Disaster declared in fire-stricken Australia.
A state of disaster is declared in South East Australia, as thousands flee bushfires.
03/01/2020 Iran vows revenge for general's death
Iran vows 'severe revenge' for top general's death in an American drone strike in Iraq.
"Death of America" chants at funeral for Iran's top military commander
Mourners chanting "death to America" during the funeral for Iran's top military commander
05/01/2020 Iraqi parliament wants foreign troops to leave country after assassination of Iran's military commander
Iraq wants foreign troops to leave after assassination of Iran's military commander
06/01/2020 Jail for Britain's 'most prolific rapist'
Police believe Reynhard Sinaga raped 190 men. He's been sentenced to at least 30 years.
07/01 More than fifty mourners have been crushed to death at the burial of the top Iranian general killed in a drone strike.
Fifty mourners have died at the burial of an Iranian general killed in a drone strike.
08/01/2020 Trump says Iran is backing down
Trump says Iran is "standing down" after missile strikes on US military targets
09/01/2020 Downing Street looks into reports that Ukrainian plane which crashed was shot down by anti-aircraft system.
No 10 looks into reports Ukrainian plane was brought down by anti-aircraft system.
10/01/2020 Sinn Féin backs deal to restart Stormont
Devolved government to be restored in NI three years after it collapsed
11/01/2020 Iran admits accidentally shooting down a passenger jet
Protests after Iran's admission that it "unintentionally" shot down a passenger jet.
12/01/2020 The Iranian government has summoned Britain's ambassador in Tehran after his arrest last night.
The Iranian government has summoned Britain's ambassador in Tehran after his arrest.
13/01/2020 The Queen “supportive” of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
The Queen agrees transition for Harry and Meghan.
Britain, France and Germany unite in attempt to restrict Iran's nuclear ambitions
UK, France and Germany make fresh attempt to rein in Iran's nuclear plans
15/01/2020 Flybe: government defends rescue plans after complaints
The government defends its Flybe rescue deal as airline and rail rivals complain
16/01/2020 Global study shows that sepsis kills eleven million people a year worldwide
Deaths from sepsis have been under-estimated and it kills more people than cancer
17/01/01 Iran defends military over downed plane
Iran's supreme leader has defended the military over a plane it shot down by mistake
18/01/2020 Police Criticised For Ignoring Abuse
A senior South Yorkshire Police office is found to have ignored sexual abuse allegations.
19/01/2020 PM offers support for the Sussexes
Boris Johnson says the whole country wishes Prince Harry and Meghan the very best
20/01/2020 BBC director general to step down
Lord Hall is to step down as head of the BBC in the summer after seven years in the role.
21/01/2020 Trump impeachment trial begins
President Trump's impeachment trial begins in Washington.