Theresa May has informed Parliament she will oversee withdrawal negotiations, with new Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab "deputising" for her in talks
Unveiling the plans in a white paper in the House of Commons, Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab described it as "another key milestone in the UK's path to leaving the EU"
John Westland, 29, supposedly made the comments a day after the body of Liam Deane was found by officers at HMP Leeds
The Wine and Spirit Trade Association said 2018 was set to be a vintage year thanks to a wet spring followed by the heatwave
Paul Watson, watch manager at Hammersmith fire station, felt like he had "lost the battle" against the building at the end of his shift
Around one million public sector workers will benefit from the biggest pay rise in almost 10 years
Dozens of Irish-based pilots are staging a 24-hour strike in an ongoing dispute over working arrangements
Love Island should be made to ensure its contestants' "honed, buffed young bodies" are down to a healthy lifestyle and not drugs, ministers have been told
An extensive library of more than 150 cookbooks and episodes of crime show NCIS help Theresa May unwind, the Prime Minister has revealed
Armed officers were sent to the Hilton on Deansgate in the city centre after police were flagged down by the victim
Two captured Britons accused of being members of IS cell could be sent to the US for trial after the UK dropped its usual demand for a guarantee of no death penalty
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking after a boat was seized in the English Channel
The would-be murderers were said to have "hero-worshipped" Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris
Clare O'Neill was injured when thieves stole her Audi in Acocks Green, Birmingham, on Thursday, with four-week-old Eliza inside
In his first speech since being appointed to the role, Matt Hancock said his commitment to the health service was not just professional but "deeply personal"
Researchers suggested that people who emigrate tend to be more aspirational and take risks, and pass their "grit and determination" on to their children
Pay and disputes over guards will threaten services over the summer
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, could be facing life behind bars for planning to bomb the gates of 10 Downing Street
Many police officers feel their efforts to enforce the law on possession of cannabis have "little or no impact" on offenders' use of the drug, according to a study
A teenager with a previous conviction for making a pipe bomb found in his Nazi memorabilia-filled bedroom has been detained in a young offenders institution for a terror offence
The former Blue Peter presenter leaves University Hospital Lewisham after 10 days in coma
Philip Davies claims he has "lost trust" in May's ability to deliver Brexit
Home Secretary Sajid Javid ordered part one of the review last month following a number of high-profile cases involving children being denied access to cannabis oil
England fans have been urged not to make the job of fire crews fighting moorland blazes harder by leaving barbecues unattended
The health service, which is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its creation this week, ended the last financial year with almost 100,000 vacancies
New Office for National Statistics data shows that the largest reduction in smoking prevalence since 2011 has been noted among 18 to 24-year-olds
The £4.5 million initiative aimed at making society more inclusive for the LGBT community brands so-called "gay cure" conversion therapies "abhorrent"
Christie Elan-Cane believes the UK's passport application process, which requires individuals to indicate whether they are male or female, is inherently discriminatory.
Seven Supreme Court justices in London will announce their decision on Thursday, at a time of intense political debate on the issue
Julian Monaghan, 49, was arrested at Gatwick Airport on January 18 on suspicion of reporting for duty as a pilot when his level of alcohol was over the prescribed limit
The 16-year-old male was arrested at his home in Wolverhampton on Wednesday and was due to be questioned later
The lawyer representing Behailu Kebede, the occupant of the fourth-floor flat in which the Grenfell Tower fire started, says his client has suffered from trauma
BT has pledged to bring all its call centres back to the UK and Ireland and is planning a converged broadband and mobile network as part of raft of announcements for its customers.
Labour is keeping an open mind over Britain being part of the European Economic Area (EEA) after it quits the European Union, says the Labour MP.
The police have reported several cases of violent crime across the capital after bank holiday weekend bloodshed.
'One of the most important amendments of the entire process', says shadow Brexit minister
Former policeman Norman Brennan says officers routinely have to prioritise emergency calls
'Simple measure would improve the wellbeing of women', they argue
Further details of the visit to be set out 'in due course', says Downing Street
International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt defended US-led missile strikes against the Syrian regime, saying Moscow had blocked every attempt to hold it to account for its illegal use of chemical weapons
The Government's Department for Business is one of the parts of government most deeply affected by EU withdrawal
Stephen Pollard, the editor of the Jewish Chronicle, has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn didn't seem to be making a "a serious attempt to deal with anti-Semitism"
The former prime minister said Europeans should not allow differences with "any one American policy or president" to undermine relations with the US