Survivors welcome 'strong' inquiry report blaming combustible cladding for deadly London Grenfell Tower fire
England players fanned out across the pitch as the All Blacks delivered the traditional challenge, but rules say they must not cross the halfway line.
The most important is making sure you are still registered to vote.
In a letter to solidarity to Meghan Markle, the wife of Prince Harry, women MPs called out the "colonial undertones" in stories written about her.
The outgoing European Council President's message came laced with an appeal to "please make the best use" of the Brexit delay.
Italian academics who have left the UK over concerns about their immigration status after Brexit have warned the country may face a brain drain and a decline in funding
The Brexit saga, of which this week’s events are only the latest chapter, is at heart a story about the U.K.’s failure to understand its place in the modern world.
"Finding and speaking to the Hughes brothers is crucial to our investigation," said Essex Police Detective Chief Superintendant Stuart Hooper.
It stocks sustainable swimwear in addition to shirts designed to be worn untucked as the name suggests.
They were created to toast the UK's departure from the EU on October 31. But, amid delays, they will now be recycled.
A leaked report into the Grenfell fire criticises the London Fire Brigade for its response to the blaze.
It says fewer people would have died if the Brigade had not suffered "serious shortcomings."
In a rare parliamentary success for Boris Johnson, his short bill calling for a December 12 election was approved 438 to 20 in the House of Commons.
Brussels expects a British nominee for the Commission under a Brexit extension. Boris Johnson has previously vowed to do so ‘under no circumstances’.
A man appeared in court charged with the manslaughter of 39 people found last week in a refrigerated truck outside of London.
A quick guide to the new Brexit extension and a UK general election in December.
A European law expert from Cambridge University says a fourth Brexit extension could follow a UK election.
Professor Kenneth Armstrong's comments to Euronews' Good Morning Europe came as an anticipated third extension to the process for the UK was being discussed by the European Union.
British MPs on Monday rejected holding an early election, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson failed to gain the two-thirds majority backing in parliament he required.
The Liberal Democrats and the SNP say they could support early elections in return for no deal guarantees.
DUP leader Arlene Foster said the party believed the PM's deal was 'fundamentally wrong.'
Vietnam says it is trying to speed up the identification of citizens feared to have been among 39 found dead in a truck near London.
Police have made a fourth arrest over the discovery of 39 bodies in a truck in Essex, but have yet to comment on claims by worried families that Vietnamese citizens are among the dead.
The Natural History Museum in London has chosen to honour the young climate campaigner.
The prime minister wants the UK to go to the polls on December 12, if the EU agrees a Brexit delay until January.
Brexit has not yet happened - but already the uncertainty has affected trade between Britain and its European partners.
The China-backed Global Times wrote in an editorial that the UK and some European countries should take some responsibility for the deaths of 39 people, believed to be Chinese nationals, found dead in a lorry outside London.
Brussels has delayed its decision on a Brexit extension, an EU source told Euronews, adding the agreement will likely be decided upon next Monday or Tuesday.