Muslim Council of Britain says ex-foreign secretary Johnson's 'incendiary remarks highlights underbelly of Islamophobia'
Jeremy Corbyn says he stands with thousands of people who demonstrated in Tel Aviv last weekend for equal rights
Parliamentary committee urges inquiry into 'relentless targeting of hyper-partisan views'
French Europe minister says it’s not too late for UK to change its mind
Court takes passport of Hamdi Akin Ipek, wanted for trying to overthrow Turkish government and setting up armed terror group
The Electoral Commission said the winning side in the referendum had worked together with a smaller pro-Brexit group called BeLeave to get around campaign finance rules.
This year's sector showpiece event, opening Monday, will be buzzing on the back of rapid changes in the industry, as US titan Boeing and European arch rival Airbus vie for superiority in the skies.
Tens of thousands of protesters marched waving banners and banging pots to demonstrate against the U.S. president on his first official visit to Britain, ıncluding Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
Prime Minister Theresa May responds to David Davis' resignation
Prime Minister Theresa May said she was "appalled and shocked" by the death of Dawn Sturgess, a 44-year-old mother of three who had been living in a homeless hostel in the city of Salisbury in southwest England.
There was no comment from either UK or Kuwait on the report
Defense Secretary James Mattis hints that France could replace UK as Washington’s closest ally
The announcement comes two days after China signed a deal to lift a ban on French beef imposed more than a decade ago.
EU citizens will have to prove their identity, show they live in UK and declare they have no serious criminal convictions
Home Office announces end of restriction on applications from July 6
More than 140,000 people say morning prayers and enjoy other activities
Suspect from Lincoln has been held for soliciting to murder, sending hoax noxious substance, threatening letters
Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to commit to some kind of customs partnership as she pushes key Brexit legislation through parliament, despite promising that Britain would make a clean break with the EU in order to strike trade deals with the rest of the world.
In his latest indiscreet remarks likely to embarrass Prime Minister Theresa May, Johnson said the government was reaching a phase in negotiations "where we are much more combative with Brussels".
Home Secretary Sajid Javid says new legislation to 'amend existing terrorism offences'
Sajid Javid hits back at letter seeking probe of Islamophobia problem, despite support from senior Tory MPs and peers