Police chiefs are urging the US embassy to waiver the diplomatic immunity of a suspect in a fatal crash.
The French president has said the EU's decision on Boris Johnson's Brexit proposals will come by the end of the week.
Three police officers and another employee were killed at Paris' police headquarters in a knife attack.
Edward Putman, 54, has been jailed for nine years after he forged a lottery ticket to claim a £2.5 million prize.
A 23-year-old gay man thought he had been permanently blinded after he was attacked with pepper spray in a suspected homophobic assault.
A Scottish court has seen government documents that confirm the Prime Minister accepts legislation that may require him to delay Brexit.
The Hundred tournament has faced criticism from health campaigners for offering KP Snacks prime advertising space.
The Home Secretary has requested another review into the Metropolitan Police's investigation into false Westminster paedophile claims.
He pleaded not guilty to three counts of sexual assault against two women dating back to 2007.
He could face two more legal showdowns to force a Brexit extension should he fail to secure a deal by October 19.
MSP's have passed a new law to ban smacking in Scotland in an "historic step", with 84 votes in favour to 29 votes against.
Twitter has removed a tweet from the US president that featured an edited Nickelback music video clip.
The attacker, believed to be an employee at police headquarters in Paris, was later shot to death.
They will play a show next month in Australia for sharks and eight fans, who will listen through underwater speakers in a small submarine.
The piece by Bristol-born Banksy was expected to sell for up to two million pounds but surpassed this offer within seconds.
The Prime Minister says his Brexit plan is a "genuine attempt to bridge the chasm" with the EU.
Employees of shipmaker Harland and Wolff cheered as they strode through the gates for their first day back at work.
A man has been charged with two counts of attempted murder after a mother and three-week-old baby were stabbed.
Extinction Rebellion members used a fire engine to spray 1,800 litres of fake blood over the government building.
She was awaiting further details before deciding whether to support Boris Johnson’s new Brexit proposals.
She refused to discuss an impartiality row that was sparked when she condemned Donald Trump for comments he made about his political rivals.
He said he was confident he could pass a new Brexit deal, despite having “very little time” left before he has pledged to leave.
Downing Street has said the PM will request the prorogation of Parliament for a second time after the first attempt was ruled unlawful.
Boris Johnson has today written to the president of the European Commission to outline his alternative plans to the Irish backstop.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have launched legal action against a newspaper in a battle over privacy. TalkRADIO's Mike Graham reacts.
The shadow chancellor has condemned the Prime Minister's speech at the Conservative Party conference.
Four members of an organised gang have been jailed over a year-long crime spree across London and the south of England.
The Foreign Secretary called for "zero tolerance" of abuse against MPs as he faced questions from the shadow home secretary in Parliament.
He attacked the Parliament he no longer controls in his headline speech to close the Conservative Party conference.
She said can make a deal with allies including Australia, Japan and the United States “within months” once Britain leaves the EU.
He said forthcoming Brexit proposals will show which MPs are trying to prevent Britain leaving the European Union.
He is offering the Conservative Party faithful a pledge to “get Brexit done” because voters are “desperate” to focus on other issues.
One of Britain's most wanted fugitives has been found guilty of murder after he evaded arrest across Europe for three-and-a-half years.
The Home Secretary has announced proposals for an new points-based immigration system during her key note speech that Conservative Party conference.
A senior Tory MP clashed with security at the Conservative Party conference, prompting a lockdown of part of the venue.
An Iranian court has confirmed the arrest of scholar Kameel Ahmady following his detention in August.
The Conservative MP said medical advances using cannabis had been set back "fifty years" by the drug being illegal in the UK.
He said opposition parties have “made up” warnings the government would be forced to slash public spending in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Isle of Man officials have declared a "major incident" as they work against torrents of floodwater coming from a burst river.
Detectives have released images of a man suspected of sexually assaulting nine women travelling on north and east London buses.
He told talkRADIO he would “stick to the constitution” ahead of an October 19 Brexit deal deadline.
The Justice Secretary plans to ensure serious offenders serve at least two-thirds of their sentence before being released.
He said any Conservative move to announce a Brexit breakthrough at its party conference would be inappropriate.
Boris Johnson could set out his European Union withdrawal plans as early as Wednesday once the Conservative Party conference wraps up.
The Chancellor laid out his spending plans at the Tory Party conference and committed to delivering Brexit by the October 31 deadline.
One delegate was approached by a woman who offered to pay for his train ticket home after noticing his blue lanyard.
Sir John Saunders has written to Home Secretary Priti Patel to request a public inquiry into the 2017 attack "as a matter of urgency".
Matt Hancock has promised to build 40 new hospitals over the next 10 years in the "biggest programme in a generation".
Sir Graham Brady has said Brexit delay is "damaging business" as opposition leaders meet for further talks to prevent no deal.
The Brexit Party Chairman has said in "reality", Britain will not leave the EU by October 31 as Number 10 continues to reject a party pact.
Downing Street has denied new allegations surrounding the Prime Minister's private life as Conservative MPs attend the party conference.