Deadly fire claimed lives of 72 people, including stillborn baby, leading to questions and official inquiry
Brexit Secretary David Davis said the "White Paper" will include "detailed, ambitious and precise explanations" of the government's positions and act as the "most significant publication on the EU since the referendum".
Turkish president leaves for UK to attend 7th Tatli Dil Forum in London
The group also incorrectly reported what it spent during the campaign and inaccurately reported three loans it had received, according to the commission.
British ambassador to Turkey says Turkish President’s visit to UK will boot cooperation between 2 countries
Prime Minister May apologizes for UK’s role in the rendition of Abdel Hakim Belhaj
Aid to ensure safe shelters, prevent outbreak of diseases as monsoon season looms ahead
Euroskeptic party loses all electoral support; mixed results for Labour and Tories
Wizz Air had in October announced plans to establish a British division, Wizz Air UK, based at Luton Airport, north of London.
Poll is second serious election since 2016 Brexit referendum upended Britain's political landscape
Bonfire in North London goes wrong, possibly due to old cellphone in fire, at ceremony marking holiday of Lag baOmer
Territories such as the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands and the Turks and Caicos will have until December 31, 2020 to create public registers of so-called beneficial ownership or face direct intervention by London.
Deal with Iran 'is not based on trust about Iran’s intentions', but 'on tough verification'
'We urge Israelis to reconsider use of live fire and Palestinian leadership to maintain calls for non-violent protests'
Agreement comes after weekend phone conversations between British premier, French president and German chancellor
Amber Rudd resigns over her role in the unjust treatment of Caribbean migrants
UK gross domestic product estimated to have grown 0.1 pct in first quarter of 2018, according to ONS data
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says UK will continue to support sanctions on North Korea until concrete steps are seen
Prime Minister May, President Ilham Aliyev agree on importance of bilateral relationship
The US social media giant's Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer appeared before a British parliamentary committee probing the role of fake news in recent votes, and how data gathered from the network was used to target potential voters.
Equivalence is a system under which Brussels allows non-EU financial companies to operate in the bloc as it considers the regulatory regime of their home countries to be broadly equivalent to the EU.