Back home after foreign trip, Trump faces slew of challenges
With his whirlwind foreign trip complete, U.S. President Donald Trump faces a slew of political and policy challenges at home and mushrooming inquiries...
Corbyn accused of taking Britain back to the 70s after Labour manifesto leak
Labour is poised to pledge to re-nationalise energy companies, railways and the Royal Mail in its most left-wing election manifesto in a generation.
Eiffel Tower stunt exposes security concern on eve of French election
As Mr Macron and Ms Le Pen make their last push for support, protests have been breaking out in Paris.
Macron tipped for French presidency as banks soar in European relief rally
European banks led a relief rally on Monday after business-friendly candidate Emmanuel Macron topped France’s first-round election poll, cutting...
Nigel Farage jeered by MEPs after comparing EU to the Mafia
Nigel Farage has been jeered in Strasbourg after comparing the EU Parliament to the Mafia over its Brexit demands.
Theresa May defends Britain’s relationship with Saudi Arabia
Theresa May has defended the UK’s links with Saudi Arabia as she visits the country.
Gibraltar will be ‘even more British’ after Brexit, says chief minister Picardo
Gibraltar’s chief minister has told Sky News the territory “is not going to be a political pawn in Brexit” and will become even more...
Brexit: Northern Ireland ‘can rejoin EU if it votes for reunification’
If Northern Ireland opts for reunification it would have the ability to join the European Union as part of the Republic after Brexit, a leaked ministerial...
London attack ‘hero’ minister Tobias Ellwood speaks of 'dark day’
The foreign minister hailed a hero for trying to save the life of PC Keith Palmer in the Westminster attack has spoken in the House of Commons for the...
Trump’s former campaign chief’s secret plan to help Putin government
President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska to advance the interests...
The Queen gives Brexit bill royal assent paving the way for PM to trigger Article 50.
The Prime Minister is free to officially notify the EU that the UK intends to leave after the Queen granted the Brexit bill royal assent.
Headscarves can be banned at work, European court rules
Employers will be able to ban Muslim staff from wearing headscarves at work, the European Court of Justice has ruled.
Donald Trump’s Attorney General facing calls to quit over Russia contact claims
Donald Trump’s Attorney General is facing calls to resign after it emerged he spoke with the Russian ambassador to the US during the presidential...
Donald Trump explains ‘Swedish incident’ claim: I heard it on TV report
Donald Trump has said his reference to a non-existent incident in Sweden was based on a TV report he had seen on Fox News.
Tony Blair accused of ‘arrogance’ over call to 'rise up’ against Brexit
Tony Blair has been accused of “insulting the intelligence” of voters and “arrogance” after he urged opponents of Brexit to “rise...
UK speaker criticised over Trump parliament tirade
Commons Speaker John Bercow has been criticised for voicing his opposition to US President Donald Trump addressing Parliament during a state visit.
Trump’s travel ban could hurt Los Angeles’ bid for 2024 Olympics
Donald Trump’s travel ban on refugees and citizens of seven majority-Muslim nations may damage Los Angeles’ bid for the 2024 Olympics, according...
Russia hacking ‘aims to disrupt democracy’, says UK Minister
Vladimir Putin’s Russia is using cyberattacks to undermine democracy in the United States and Europe, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has claimed...
Three more court cases could disrupt Brexit regardless of Article 50 vote
The battle over Britain breaking free from the EU is not over even if MPs approve a bill triggering Article 50 on Wednesday, campaigners say.A vote will...
Brit who fought in Syria ‘killed himself’ to avoid capture by ISIS
A Briton who fought alongside Kurdish forces in Syria reportedly “turned his gun on himself” to avoid being captured by Islamic State militants.
Trump fires attorney general for defying his travel ban
Acting US Attorney General Sally Yates was fired after she released a letter indicating her refusal to defend President Trump’s executive order banning...
Petition against Trump’s state visit to the UK passes a million signatures
A petition to block Donald Trump from a state visit to the UK has hit one million signatures, ahead of nationwide protests.
Dissent towards North Korea regime is rising, says former London ambassador
Dissatisfaction with Kim Jong-Un’s leadership is growing among elites, according to a former number two at North Korea’s embassy in London.
Trump’s immigration crackdown to start with order to build Mexican wall
Donald Trump is set to launch his immigration crackdown with an order enabling construction of his Mexican border wall.
Le Pen: Brexit domino effect ‘will bring down Europe’
Marine Le Pen, leader of the French far-right Front National party, has said the Brexit vote has set off a domino effect that “will bring down all...
Trump criticised for attack on civil rights hero John Lewis
Donald Trump has been widely condemned for his attack on Congressman John Lewis.
Ex-MI6 officer behind the Trump dossier now ‘fears for his life’
A former British intelligence officer behind the dossier containing explosive but unverified claims about Donald Trump has fled his home fearing for his...
Teary Michelle Obama signs off with message of hope to young people
Michelle Obama has used her final speech as First Lady to deliver an upbeat message to young people - telling them “this country belongs to you”.
Brexit controversy as Sir Tim Barrow is given EU ambassador role
Brexit campaigners are split over the appointment of a career diplomat to take over as the UK’s ambassador to the European Union.
Donald Trump slams Chinese seizure of US drone as ‘unpresidented act’
Donald Trump has hit out at the Chinese seizure of a US underwater drone in international waters as an “unpresidented (sic) act”.