UK

UK

French presidential hopeful indicates UK could keep border controls in Calais

The front-runner in the race for the French presidential election has indicated he is ready to allow Britain to keep border controls - and unwanted migrants - on the other side of the Channel after Brexit.

UK

British IS 'suicide bomber was former Guantanamo Bay detainee'

A British Islamic State fighter who is believed to have carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq was a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, according to reports.

UK

UK won't get a 'cut-price' Brexit, warns Jean-Claude Juncker

The future relationship between Britain and the European Union will take years to negotiate and the UK can expect a hefty bill as the price of exit, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has warned.

UK

January surplus at 17-year high in pre-Budget boost for Hammond

The Government recorded its highest January surplus for 17 years, giving the Chancellor a boost ahead of the Spring Budget.

UK

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall gives witness statement to Hillsborough probe

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has given a witness statement to the criminal investigation into the Hillsborough disaster.

UK

Murderer on the run after escaping from prison officers during visit to hospital

A murderer who was serving a minimum of 30 years in prison is on the run after two armed men helped him escape during an escorted hospital visit.

UK

Convicted murderer Michael Luvaglio loses High Court bid to clear his name

A new bid to challenge a 1967 conviction for a murder that inspired the classic crime thriller Get Carter has been rejected by the High Court.

UK

Couple in civil partnership fight pleased with aspects of ruling despite defeat

A heterosexual couple who have lost their latest battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership say there is "everything to fight for".

UK

PM 'has full confidence in Communities Secretary' in business rates row

Theresa May has full confidence in Communities Secretary Sajid Javid, Downing Street said, as more Tory MPs waded into the row over business rates.

UK

Storm Doris to bring strong winds and heavy rain

Gusts of up to 80mph are set to hit the country's shores as Storm Doris arrives from the Atlantic, the Met Office has said.

UK

Whitehall departments write off £600m of taxpayers' cash as 'fruitless spending'

Government departments have written off £600 million of taxpayers' money as "fruitless spending" over the past decade, according to new figures.

UK

HSBC's profits slump drags FTSE 100 Index into the red

London's blue chip index was dragged into the red by HSBC after the bank reported a whopping 62% drop in annual profits on Tuesday.

UK

Measures tabled to freeze 'ill-gotten gains' of dictators

New powers to stop "blood-stained dictators" and despots from laundering their money through the UK by freezing their assets have been tabled by the Government.

UK

Businessman 'repeatedly lied' during evidence in cash battle with estranged wife

A High Court judge has concluded a businessman dubbed ''Africa's youngest billionaire'' by journalists lied during the latest stage of a cash battle with his estranged wife.

UK

'Narcissistic' chief executives 'obsessed' with large pay packets

Top chief executives have a "narcissistic obsession" with how much they are paid, a former business secretary has claimed.

UK

PM steps up Brexit Bill pressure as she sits in on peers' debate

The House of Lords will conclude the first stage of a crucial Brexit debate after Theresa May and Boris Johnson ramped up pressure on them not to block or delay Britain's exit from the European Union.

UK

Government support 'crucial' for plans to 'transform' NHS

The Government must throw its weight behind plans that could lead to the closure of NHS hospitals and some services, a think tank has said.

UK

Few MPs backing move to oust Commons Speaker John Bercow

A bid to oust House of Commons Speaker John Bercow appears to be faltering after just four extra MPs signed a motion of no confidence in him.

UK

Teacher shortages in key subjects 'worsening', report warns

England's schools are suffering from worsening teacher shortages, particularly in key subjects such as physics and maths, MPs have warned.

UK

MPs condemn 'postcode lottery in benefit sanctions'

An "unacceptable" postcode lottery in benefits sanctions must be tackled to stop claimants being treated differently depending on where they live, MPs have said.

UK
Load more