Three men hit and killed by a train at London's Loughborough Junction station appear to have been graffiti artists
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman allegedly planned a suicide attack on Parliament and hoped to kill the Prime Minister. He denies the charges
Poundworld went into administration last week, and almost 100 staff from the head office have now been made redundant
Voting was 354 to 235, majority 119, for an amendment to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill tabled by Tory former minister Viscount Hailsham.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attended the memorial event at Islington Town Hall on Tuesday.
The department store chain said trading was "below plan" in May and early June, despite weak comparatives, forcing it to "reassess" expectations for the remainder of the year.
Gareth Southgate's men made an outstanding start to the Group G encounter in Volgograd, where the 24-year-old opened the scoring with his first major tournament goal.
Lord Hague joined those who have urged a change of approach over the narcotic, writing in the Telegraph that the idea it can be "driven off the streets and out of people's lives by the state is nothing short of deluded".
An urgent question took place in Commons today after epileptic Billy Caldwell, 12, had his cannabis oil confiscated
Taxpayers will contribute more to the NHS in a "fair and balanced way" Theresa May said, as well as pledging improvements to mental health services
The police force have desrcibed the deaths as "unexplained".
The poll showed 22% of all Britons who have been to a festival faced some kind of unwanted sexual behaviour.
The Prime Minister will use an address in London on Monday to outline how spending on the health service will grow by £384 million a week in real terms by 2024.
First lady Melania Trump has waded into the emotional controversy over policies enacted by her husband's administration that have increased the number of migrant children being separated from their parents.
Thomas Markle said he had broken the news to Meghan in an emotional phone call just days before she was due to walk down the aisle in Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel.
Sir Christopher Chope dealt a blow to campaigners after announcing he objected to the Voyeurism (Offences) Bill which would make it illegal for offenders to take a picture under someone's clothing without their consent.
A statement from his representative said: "We formally announce the loss of Leslie Grantham, who passed away at 10.20am on the morning of Friday 15 June 2018."
Summer Grant was killed after a gust of wind lifted the inflatable from its moorings and sent it "cartwheeling" 300 metres down a hill at an Easter fair in Harlow, Essex.
The President Of The United States has vowed to clamp down on what he calls China's unfair trade practices.
They killed 28-year-old Abdul Samad for his iPhone and little more than "aggression and blood lust" as they swept across west London on a scooter.
A new study into Universal Credit, which replaced various state benefits, says it's leaving people in debt and costs too much to administer
A roll-out of paper straws in all 1,361 restaurants will begin from September, with the process to be completed next year.
The act of taking a picture up a woman's skirt without her knowledge will become a crime, as it already is in Scotland
Peter Tatchell has been arrested in Moscow after staging a one-man protest near the Kremlin.
In the year to the end of March 2018, a total of 441 individuals were held as part of terrorism investigations - a rate of well over one a day.
Brexiteers Iain Duncan Smith and Jacob Rees-Mogg told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the European Commission should not be involved in "domestic politics"
Gary Smith, who worked for Pimlico Plumbers for nearly six years from 2005, previously won a number of court rulings which determined he could claim "worker" status, even though he was described in his contract as a "self-employed operative".
talkRADIO speaks to those affected, volunteers and officials about life one year on from the tragedy
Rolls Royce will reduce the number of management roles, with workers at its Derby site thought to be affected
The Home secretary plans to ease the 20,700 limit on skilled foreign workers
Kim Taylor-Smith, who's in charge of the Grenfell rehousing efforts, says trauma has made choosing new homes difficult for survivors
Five gang members who made drill music videos glorifying violence have been locked up after being caught with baseball bats and machetes on their way to attack rivals.
Prime Minister's Questions was plunged into chaos after the SNP's Westminster leader was kicked out for repeatedly challenging Speaker John Bercow.
Karim Khalloufi and his mother were not granted a visa in time by the Home Office to attend the opening weeks of the Inquiry to read a statement in honour of their relative Khadija.
The show could have a ‘fantastically positive impact’ if it puts in a more diverse line-up, says Assistant Lifestyle Editor at The Independent and Love Island fan Rachel Hosie.
The men, aged between 36 and 48, worked together to groom the victims who were all aged between 13 and 17 at the time of the offences.
Champagne and wheat beers produced in France and Germany will be replaced with sparkling wines and wheat beers from the UK.
Retailer Dixons Carphone has become the latest victim of a cyber attack after revealing 5.9 million customer bank card details and 1.2 million personal data records were hacked.
Labour councillor Robert Atkinson says the then-leader of the council said 'I don't know' when he asked how everyone would be rehomed within three weeks
The state-run Korean Central News Agency called Kim Jong-un "peace-loving" in is official statement
Lord Digby Jones says the UK could become a 'vassal state' to Brussels if amendments to the Brexit bill are passed
The 23-year-old bought a Gladius Machete in a plot to kill Labour's Rosie Cooper.
Leave.EU communications chief Andy Wigmore said he instigated the meeting at a Ukip conference and had since met Russian figures "many times", as he and founder Arron Banks were grilled by MPs over EU referendum.
The retailer reported an operating loss of £74.3 million for the year to March 24, having made £97.6 million profit in the previous year.
Remain-supporting Phillip Lee quit as justice minister, saying "if Brexit is worth doing, then it is certainly worth doing well" and it is "irresponsible to proceed as we are".
In a press conference following his meeting with Kim Jong-un, the US president hinted that human rights issues had been discussed, and hoped for a united Korea
The EU (Withdrawal) bill returns to Commons for crunch votes on amendments tabled by the Lords - and Jeremy Corbyn has some changes of his own
The US president and the North Korean leader both said their meeting was a success
Almost a year on from the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy 43 households remain in hotels.
The rescue ship was denied entry into both Italy and Malta earlier on Monday, with the Spanish seeing it as their 'duty' to take them in.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is promising more support for doctors and nurses who make "honest mistakes" while treating patients so they can learn from their errors without fear of prosecution.
The leaked emails show previously undisclosed meetings with Russian officials and possible business deals. Banks is set to face a parliamentary committee tomorrow
The Right to Buy scheme, which allows social housing tenants to buy their house at a discounted rate, has been shown to be selling houses at a faster rate than they're being built
Poundworld has 350 stores in the UK and is set to appoint Deloitte to handle the administration
The NHS received £8 million in additional funding to reach as many as possible following the Grenfell Tower fire, and anticipates services will be needed 'for years'