The wife of a US intelligence officer involved in a fatal collision that killed British teenager Harry Dunn could be handed an Interpol red notice, meaning she risks arrest if she ever leaves the US.
Theresa May has voiced concerns over Boris Johnson’s attempts to control immigration into the UK.
A judge who says she was bullied and suffered a breakdown after raising concerns about Government cuts has won a landmark legal action to bring a whistleblowing claim against the Ministry of Justice.
Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield gave the order to open exit gates to the ground because he thought there would be loss of life outside, a former officer has told his trial.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said he believes the Good Friday Agreement should be reformed to change the controversial petition of concern.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been given a colourful welcome to a settlement of the Kalash people on their tour of Pakistan.
A car parts firm has announced it will close its factory in South Wales with the loss of 125 jobs.
Jurors trying Paul Gascoigne on a sexual assault charge after he kissed a woman on a train have been told they will be offered an alternative charge of assault by beating.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has taken the first step towards potentially stripping train operator Northern of its franchise.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have met survivors of mass flooding caused by glacial melting, on the third day of their Pakistan tour.
The family of a football fan who died while following England in Bulgaria claim they have received no answers about how he died.
Three people have been arrested in connection with a burglary at Blenheim Palace in which a golden toilet was stolen.
Significant issues remain unresolved in the Brexit negotiations, which have entered the final day before Boris Johnson attempts to sign off on a deal during the key EU summit.
The vaulted Inner Hall of Windsor Castle has been opened to visitors for the first time in more than 150 years.
An MP ousted from the Conservative Party by Boris Johnson has attacked the “toxic” political atmosphere after she received a message with an apparent death threat.
A woman suffered a fatal head injury while leaning out a train window below an inadequate warning sign, an accident investigation has found.
A judge has adjourned a bid to wind up Bury Football Club.
A police chief has insisted a ban on Extinction Rebellion Autumn Uprising climate change protests is legal and warned activists planning to gather at Trafalgar Square that they face arrest.
Boris Johnson will write a letter to Brussels asking for a delay if no deal is approved by Saturday, the Brexit Secretary has said on the final day of negotiations before the key summit.
The Irish premier has said he is confident an agreement between the UK and EU over Brexit can be reached by Wednesday night.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have drawn attention to climate change as they continue their tour of Pakistan, visiting a glacier that is melting.
Patients are already experiencing serious levels of harm because of medicine shortages and delays believed to have been caused in part by Brexit uncertainty, a medical union said.
The Duchess of Cambridge followed in Diana, Princess of Wales’s footsteps when she was presented with a traditional Chitrali hat in the Hindu Kush mountains.
Warmer nights caused by climate change are leading forest birds to build nests and lay eggs earlier in the springtime, researchers said.
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More than 1,640 climate change protesters have now been arrested over demonstrations that have brought parts of London to a halt.
More education, awareness and political action is needed to tackle climate change, the Duke of Cambridge has said as he visited a melting glacier in Pakistan.
Patients must be able to attend cancer screening during evenings and weekends, and in locations close to their home or work, a Government-ordered review has said.
Brexit negotiations are continuing on a final day of efforts to get a deal ready for a crucial EU summit, after Tuesday’s talks ran into the small hours of the morning.
A teenager has been charged with murder after a 20-year-old was fatally stabbed in Bexley.
Brexit continues to make headlines in Wednesday’s papers, while pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Pakistan also feature on the fronts.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to visit a glacier on the third day of their royal tour to Pakistan.