The Supreme Court ruled that allowing only same-sex couples to enter into a civil partnership were discriminatory
The group, which is hosting a strategy day, said it does not expect to make a half-year profit, while profits for the full year will come in "substantially" lower than last year.
A group of protesters have had a blimp shaped like a baby with a face in the likeness of Donald Trump made to protest the US President's visit
The Trump administration is being sued by 17 states who oppose Donald Trump's policy of separating migrant families at the the US border
Iain Duncan Smith says businesses should not try and involve themselves in Brexit negotiations, as two unions push government for 'urgency'
34 homes have been evacuated as Greater Manchester firefighters continue working to put out the blaze
The taxi company overturned its ban after a judge deemed the service 'fit and proper' to operate in the city.
The US Supreme Court has upheld Donald Trump's ban on travel from several mostly Muslim countries - rejecting a challenge that it discriminated against Muslims or exceeded the president's authority.
The Mediterranean food chain had six outlets in London, but collapsed due to rising property costs and a fall in sales.
The Foreign Secretary is said to have exclaimed "f*** business" when asked about the Brexit fears of some company bosses.
Emergency crews were called to the A47 in Wisbech at around 7.30am on Tuesday after a double decker bus and a lorry crash in Cambridgeshire.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union plan to strike over working conditions, with their action falling on the dates of Trump's visit
Flooring firm Carpetright will close stores as part of a plan to return to profitability
The Liberal Democrat leader says charging homeowners for leaving properties empty is necessary to tackle the housing crisis
E-cigarettes and 'opt-out' smoking cessation advice were some of the recommendations from the Royal College of Physicians
Michael Dowden inspected the building in 2016 and told the inquiry he did not check the cladding or the evacuation procedure
The foreign secretary was pictured meeting an Afghan minister in Kabul instead of voting in a three-line whip on the proposed third runway at Heathrow
Up to 10,000 officers are expected to be drafted in to police Donald Trump's visit, with rest days being cancelled to fulfil demand
Woody Johnson joined Julia Hartley-Brewer on the breakfast show to reveal (sort of) what Donald Trump thinks about his upcoming visit, trade wars, and migrant children
Uber will appear in court today to appeal having its license revoked by Transport for London, and documents will be presented showing thousands of drivers were accused of 'inappropriate conduct'
Norman Lamb pushed for an inquiry into hundreds of deaths at Gosport War Memorial Hospital, which found over 650 patients were given opioids without medical justification
The British Medical Association will discuss how under-funding causes sub-par patient care at their annual meeting today
Boris Johnson, a long-term critic of a third Heathrow runway, will likely not be present for the vote as he is currently abroad in an unknown location
Sally Sullivan, who arrived from Trinidad in 1954, says she and other immigrants from the Windrush generation experienced hostility
Christie Elan-Cane believes the UK's passport application process, which requires individuals to indicate whether they are male or female, is inherently discriminatory.
Khawla Barghouthi heard her friend Rizlaine Boular talk about carrying out a knife attack, but claimed she did not believe her intentions were genuine
The European Union is set to slap tariffs on 3.4 billion dollars (£2.5 billion) in American products, from whiskey and motorcycles to peanuts and cranberries.
British Transport Police said they are working to reopen the major transport hub.
First lady Melania Trump wore a jacket that read "I really don't care, do u?" as she boarded a flight to a facility housing migrant children separated from their parents.
The company, which employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country, said it would "reconsider its investments in the UK, and its long-term footprint in the country" if Britain crashed out of the single market and customs union without a transition agreement.
Peter Dielhenn was a trainee baker aboard the Windrush and says that Amber Rudd was 'in the firing line' when the scandal came to light
Professor Clare McGlynn of Durham University said there were discrepancies in the law around revenge porn and fake porn, and the new upskirting bill should cover them
Mr Hands said he was standing down after it was made clear that Tory MPs would not have a free vote in Monday's Commons debate.
Public sector net borrowing was £5 billion year on year in May, down from to £7 billion, the lowest since 2005, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
Parents are also being urged to walk their children to school over taking them in a car.
The 37-year-old would become just the second elected world leader in modern times to give birth while in office.
The executive order ends the process of separating children from families after they are detained crossing the US border illegally.
Theresa May's flagship Brexit bill has cleared its final parliamentary hurdle after she avoided a backbench rebellion with an eleventh hour concession to pro-EU Tories.
Republicans have said Trump's policy of separating child immigrants from their parents and detaining them was also done under the Obama administration. But is it true?
The Apprentice star has come under fire on Twitter after posting a picture depicting the Senegal team as sunglasses sellers.
An additional 200 patients were "probably" similarly affected between 1989 and 2000, when taking into account missing records, according to a report by the Gosport Independent Panel.
US president Donald Trump has announced he will sign an order to stop the separation of immigrant families after a major backlash
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Cabinet is expected to decide a legalisation date in early or mid-September.
The inquiry was established to address concerns about the deaths of a number of elderly patients at Gosport War Memorial Hospital in Hampshire between 1988 and 2000.
Nikki Haley, President Donald Trump's envoy to the UN, said the US had given the human rights body "opportunity after opportunity" to make changes.
Sajid Javid announced the move in a statement to the House of Commons in the wake of a series of appeals from parents who want their children to be able to access medications which can alleviate epilepsy and other illnesses.