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Arlene Foster resigns as Northern Ireland's first minister
The 51-year-old became DUP leader in 2015 and first served as first minister in 2016. But in recent weeks, she has been facing strong criticism from inside the party with most of her lawmakers reportedly signing a letter calling for her removal.
Nicola Sturgeon cleared of breaching ministerial code
The investigation looked at whether Sturgeon had misled parliament over meetings she held with Salmond over harassment claims against him and whether she had attempted to influence the conduct of the investigation into them.
What has Rishi Sunak announced during the UK's 2021 Budget?
The British government on Wednesday announced new measures to provide a lifeline to workers and businesses hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brexit: DUP launches legal challenge to Northern Ireland Protocol
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is launching a legal challenge against the Brexit deal's Northern Ireland Protocol.
'A farce and failure': Experts slam MPs' scrutiny of post-Brexit deal
The process saw both UK Houses of Parliament recalled for just one day on Wednesday (December 30).
UK plans to use Royal Navy ships to stop EU fishing boats slammed
Politicians in the UK and the EU have widely criticised the plans, deeming them "irresponsible" and reminiscent of "19th-century gunboat diplomacy".
UK unveils £12 billion plan to create a Green Industrial Revolution
The UK government said the money would go towards making buildings more energy-efficient and roads cleaner but opposition parties say it's too little.
More pressure on UK government over meals for disadvantaged children
Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists that the government will not fund free school meals for children at risk of going hungry in England over the half-term holiday.
Manchester put on strictest COVID-19 restrictions amid row with London
UK PM Boris Johnson puts Manchester on the strictest tier of COVID-19 restrictions amid a row with the northern city.
Every UK home to be powered by offshore wind power by 2030, says UK PM
"As Saudi Arabia is to oil, the UK is to wind – a place of almost limitless resource," said UK PM Boris Johnson, outlining plans for a post-COVID green recovery.
In London, confusion and scepticism over new COVID-19 rules
Pubs and restaurants in the British capital must close no later than 10 pm and people cannot socialise of groups of more than six people.
COVID-19: UK Johnson under pressure to extend jobs retention scheme
New restrictive measures were imposed in the UK on Tuesday. The opposition now want the government to extend the furlough scheme due to phase out in October.
Disunited Kingdom: Why Brexit makes Scottish independence more likely
Six years on from the referendum on Scottish independence, polls suggest Scots are keener than ever to dissolve their 300-year-old union with England. Brexit is the driving force, analysts have told Euronews.
'Grief must be witnessed': A time of national mourning for UK COVID-19 victims is overdue ǀ View
A nationwide day to remember those lost to COVID-19 six months after the UK’s first coronavirus death will take place on September 5. While national mourning has taken place in other countries, politics has put a stop to collective grieving.
Brexit: 'We are wasting valuable time', says Barnier
"Considerable gaps" between the two sides remained at the end fo the July talks.
UK spends estimated €190m on 50 million face masks it won't use
The government's announcement came after two NGOS launched legal proceedings into the awarding of a €280 million for the supply of face masks to a privately-owned equity fund.
Nurses are in the COVID-19 pandemic front lines. They should be first in line for a pay rise ǀ View
The news that UK nurses will not be benefiting from a pay rise has angered many across the profession, one which has lost members to coronavirus and continues to fight the pandemic on the frontlines.
COVID-19 vaccine could be ready for Christmas, says UK health minister
"We're working really hard on this but I can't promise to play Santa," said UK health minister Matt Hancock, speaking about the possibility of a COVID-19 vaccine by Christmas.
Brexit: COVID-19 leaves UK companies even less prepared, report warns
"The coronavirus crisis has made a difficult task much harder," the report from the Institute for Government states.
'Mandatory face nappies': Conservatives rage over masks in shops rule
Members of the ruling Conservative Party in the UK have been making their feelings clear on the new requirement to wear masks in shops and supermarkets in England.
UK government criticised for abolishing international aid department
Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, David Cameron as well as several charities have condemned Boris Johnson's decision to merge the Department for International Development with the Foreign Office.
Majority of Britons want Brexit transition extension due to COVID-19
The Health Foundation charity stressed that a no-deal Brexit could lead to "a vicious, and avoidable, combination of risks" as the country continues its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
UK MPs vote for return to parliament after lockdown absence
Opposition lawmakers argued it's too early and risky to go back to the Houses of Parliament but the government stressed that "politics is better done face-to-face".
Sir Keir Starmer wins leadership race of UK's opposition Labour party
The shadow Brexit secretary will replace Jeremy Corbyn as the party leader with Angela Rayner as his deputy.
In pictures: Brexit sparks delight, despair and dissent
After 47 years of marriage, the EU and UK were officially divorced at the stroke of midnight (2300 GMT) on Friday. Here are some of the best images of the historic day.
Sadness and celebration as Britain leaves the European Union
In London, Brexit supporters draped in British flags gathered outside the Houses of Parliament for an upbeat celebratory rally led by Nigel Farage.