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Labour MPs will not back trade unions which stage illegal strikes, deputy party leader Tom Watson has said.
The foster parents of the prime suspect in the Parsons Green terror attack have been left shell-shocked by the ordeal, their son has said.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s party is hoping to secure half the seats in the Senate elections on Sunday,
Hilton’s UK boss has said Britain is experiencing a “golden age of travel” that has been bolstered by the effects of the Brexit-hit pound.
A Bank of China executive has backed the City of London to help manage the risk posed by Beijing’s mammoth infrastructure programme, the belt and road initiative.
A Government agency tried to deny a business rates rebate to a food factory with “killer cladding” the day after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, it has emerged.
US bombers and fighter escorts have flown to the farthest point north of the border between North and South Korea by any such American aircraft this century in a show of military might, the Pentagon said.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is widely expected to win a fourth term in office as Germans go to the polls.
A man and a woman had to be freed from rubble by firefighters after a gas explosion caused “significant” damage to a guest house.
Billionaire businessman Sir Richard Branson has visited HMS Ocean to thank the military for their Caribbean relief efforts in the wake of two destructive hurricanes.
The Government will give the hurricane-ravaged island of Dominica £5 million in UK aid, the International Development Secretary has announced.
Jeremy Corbyn is resisting pressure from Labour MPs to commit the party to keeping the UK in the EU single market after Brexit.
Their fierce rivalry can be traced back through hundreds of boat races, University Challenge competitions, and scores of other meritocratic indices.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has sought to play down reports that Britain is facing a £40 billion “divorce bill” as the price of leaving the EU.
Meghan Markle has made her long-awaited first appearance at an official engagement attended by Prince Harry.
Six people have been injured after a noxious substance was thrown during an incident at an east London shopping mall.
Six people have been reported injured in a suspected noxious substance attack at an east London shopping centre, police said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged her supporters to keep up the momentum in the final hours before Sunday’s national election, urging a last push to try to sway undecided voters.
French far-left firebrand Jean-Luc Melenchon urged protesters Saturday to take to the streets and mount strikes to force President Emmanuel Macron to withdraw the labour law changes that are key to his business-friendly economic vision.
US President Donald Trump’s insult, calling leader Kim Jong Un “rocket man”, makes “our rocket’s visit to the entire US mainland inevitable all the more”, North Korea’s foreign minister said.
A North-east road is partially blocked following a two-car crash.
Many women will know what it’s like to have their opinions and suggestions ignored, only for a man to repeat the very same thing and getting a round of applause.
Divers descended on the city’s beach today as part of an exercise to help marine animal rescues. British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) held its first mass stranding exercise in Scotland since 2011 at Footdee.
Standing out from the crowd in a competitive job interview can be pretty tough but one artist has found a way that, he thinks, will help him get noticed by potential employers.
Two motorists were taken to hospital after being injured in a car crash in East Ayrshire.
Organisers are predicting a literary festival in "Scotland's book town" will be the biggest ever this year.
Hurricane Maria has added to the extensive damage on a British overseas territory, the Foreign Office has said, after the region was pummelled by a second major storm in two weeks.
Police are appealing for witnesses after 90 lambs were stolen from a North-east farm. The Suffolk Cross lambs were stolen between 10pm on Saturday, September 9 and 3pm on Friday, September 22, in a field beside Balnamoon Farm, Crossroads, Keith. The livestock is valued at a low four-figure sum. Inspector Neil Campbell said those responsible would have known what they were doing, would likely have used trained dogs to gather the sheep and used a large vehicle, possibly twin decked to remove them from the field. He said: “I would appeal to local farmers and those further afield to be extra vigilant with their livestock and ask that anyone who may have been in the area and saw any unusual activity should contact the police immediately. “Anyone who has recently been offered any Suffolk Cross lambs for sale or is aware of their whereabouts should contact Police Scotland on 101, using reference 0276660917, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous."
A Thief who raided a family’s home and stole children’s presents just days before Christmas is “ashamed” of his actions – a court has been told.
A strong new earthquake shook Mexico on Saturday, toppling already damaged homes and causing new alarm in a country reeling from two even more powerful quakes this month that together have killed nearly 400 people.