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The British parliament published on Monday the government's Withdrawal Agreement bill (WAB).
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared in a London court on Monday for a hearing on whether he should be extradited to the United States to face spying charges.
Northern Ireland legalises abortion and same-sex marriage.
Three semi-naked climate activists were doused with mock crude oil in a protest against arts sponsorship by BP at the National Portrait Gallery
Eminent journalist Tamsin Blanchard tells us all about how to start a fashion revolution.
The 27 Brexit weary EU states met on Sunday and agreed they would forward a controversial letter from the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to the European Parliament this week for approval.
For one night only, lucky holidaymakers will be waited on by a butler and live in the castle's 300 rooms.
The UK government says its bill to implement the new Brexit deal will go before parliament on Monday. Opposition Labour lawmakers plan significant changes.
British Prime Minister sent an unsigned letter to the EU requesting a Brexit delay and a separate letter arguing against one.
The ministers were leaving after an extraordinary sitting of parliament in which lawmakers were supposed to frame the approval of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's EU divorce deal. But lawmakers passed an amendment that removes any chance of a no-deal Brexit by deferring a decision on the agreement.
The European Commission (EC) said on Saturday that it "takes note" of the amendment approved in the British Parliament that calls on the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson to request an extension to leave the European Union (EU) and added that it is up to London to report on the next steps.
MPs have voted for an amendment to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal which forces him to delay Brexit until legislation ratifying it has been passed.
Trekking through the muddy peat bog on the A'Mhoine peninsula on the remote north coast of Scotland, it seems hard to imagine that within a couple of years, that this remote, beautiful, wetland landscape could be the UK's first spaceport, launching small satellites into the lucrative polar orbit.
A design studio has come up with an innovative alternative to the usual on-board meal trays served on flights.
"Airport security were all very puzzled and repeatedly asked if the bag was ours after it has been through the scanner," Nick Coole said.
Should NASA's plans come to fruition, one day there will be (human) life on Mars. Designers are showcasing what future Martians might wear and how they might live.
After its approval by EU leaders, the new Brexit deal faces a formidable hurdle at Westminster in a crucial vote on Saturday.
What many may not know about Extinction Rebellion is that it is composed of different sub-groups — XR Doctors, XR Policemen, XR Rainbow, XR Farmers, XR Lawyers, and XR Jews.
The Final Say march took place as politicians met for an extraordinary "super Saturday" debate
European leaders on Thursday welcomed the announcement that a Brexit deal has been reached but reactions from across the Channel suggest the fight to get it passed by parliamentarians will be tough.
It was billed as a decisive day for Brexit, but MPs have voted to delay the approval of Boris Johnson's new deal.
The British nation leading the way with a new law banning single-use cotton buds.
Extinction Rebellion climate protesters climbed on top of a train in east London during rush hour on Thursday, drawing the ire of commuters.
Anti-Semitism in Europe didn't end in 1945. Last week’s attack on a synagogue in the German city of Halle is a painful reminder that across Europe, anti-Semitism is alive and well.
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel put it: "We're at the sprint finish."