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EU nationals should be subject to the same rules as migrants from the rest of the world after free movement ceases to apply in the UK, according to a Government-commissioned report.
Britain is “cautiously optimistic” of striking a Brexit deal with the European Union “but there is a lot of work to do to get there”, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
European leaders have been urged by the UK to compromise on their Brexit stance on the eve of a major summit.
Paramedics could not have saved the first victim of the Westminster terror attack after he suffered “unsurvivable” head injuries, an inquest has heard.
Rarely seen photographs showing the destruction of First World War weapons are going on display as part of an exhibition on the aftermath of the conflict.
Constant “unconsiderate” sex with a partner can be worse than rape by a stranger, feminist writer Germaine Greer has suggested.
Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has issued a call for flexibility from the remaining 27 EU states, on the eve of a crucial summit.
Brexiteers get an “erotic spasm” from the thought of leaving the EU, according to Lib Dem leader Vince Cable.
A killer who shot dead a planning officer in full view of TV cameras to protect an illegally-built bungalow has died, his childhood friend said.
Winds of up to 80mph will hit parts of the UK as remnants of Storm Helene sweep out.
Jeremy Hunt is to become the first British minister to deliver a speech in Japanese as he makes his first official visit to Japan since becoming Foreign Secretary.
A report detailing the future of policing in Ireland is to be published on Tuesday amid calls for serious reform within the force.
Inquests are to open later on Tuesday into the deaths of a British couple at a hotel in Egypt on a Thomas Cook holiday.
A father accused of stabbing his eight-year-old daughter to death is due to stand trial.
Brexit brinkmanship, the scale of harm experienced by people online and a stark warning over the threat to children from drug gangs are among a range of stories to make headlines on Tuesday.
Brussels’ chief Brexit negotiator will brief ministers from European Union governments on the state of talks with the UK ahead of a major summit this week.
Children are most exposed to dangerous air pollution on the school run and while they are out in the playground, experts have warned.
Theresa May must consider alternatives to her Chequers blueprint that keep Britain aligned to Brussels to avoid a “chaotic and damaging” no-deal Brexit if it is rejected, MPs have warned.
Sir Vince Cable will use what is likely to be his final keynote Liberal Democrat conference address as leader to demand a U-turn on Brexit.
Hardline Brexiteers are ignoring the massive costs of EU withdrawal for the “erotic spasm” of breaking with Brussels, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable will say.
There can be no excuses for anti-Semitism or “unacceptable” calls to boycott Israeli goods, Theresa May told leaders of the UK’s Jewish community.
Police in Belfast have appealed for information after a man in his 30s was assaulted by a group of teenagers in what police are calling a racial hate crime.
Government steps to hand more powers to civil servants in Northern Ireland must not undermine their impartiality, the head of the civil service has warned.
London and the South East enjoyed unseasonably warm weather on Monday as Storm Helene approached the UK.
A fleet of classic E-type Jaguar cars have set off on a 4,000-mile drive to raise funds for a cancer charity.
The remote Bragan Bog is not typically a hive of activity.
Police are set to ramp up stop and search activity as part of a nationwide blitz on knife crime.
The senior civil servant running Northern Ireland’s public services since Stormont collapsed has expressed his deep concern for the region if there is no Brexit deal.
A memorial to the role of the Polish Air Force during the Second World War is due to be unveiled in Northern Ireland in November.
A chief constable who was compared to Darth Vader treated junior officers and staff like “roadkill”, a misconduct hearing has been told.