Theresa May continues to feature prominently on the front pages on Saturday following a tumultuous few days in British politics.
Theresa May has warned her Tory opponents their alternate Brexit plans would not make their problems disappear as she faced a continuing gruelling battle to win over sceptical MPs.
Families are being bombarded with sugary promotions and restrictions on the placement of unhealthy food and drinks in prominent locations of supermarkets urgently needed, health campaigners have said.
The United States would be ready to start negotiating a free trade deal with Britain “immediately” after Brexit if Theresa May’s plan is ditched, David Davis has claimed while making a trip across the Atlantic.
One of the biggest home care providers in England is looking to transfer or sell its contracts after concerns were raised over its financial viability.
Northern Ireland’s sole independent MP has said she is considering voting for the proposed EU withdrawal agreement.
Ireland’s deputy premier has warned British politicians to sign up to the current Brexit agreement or risk facing a chaotic no-deal that would see the United Kingdom crashing out of the European Union.
Dramatic video footage has been released of a motorist who drove his car at a crowd outside a pub injuring seven people.
Amber Rudd has returned to Theresa May’s Cabinet and pleaded with Tory rebels to back the Prime Minister and her Brexit deal.
Ulster Unionist leader blasts inclusion of backstop in withdrawal agreement as a ‘monumental error in judgement’
Ulster Unionist leader Robin Swann has blasted the inclusion of the backstop in the withdrawal agreement as a “monumental error in judgment”.
Police in Ireland have launched a murder investigation after a widower and father-of-one was shot dead outside his home in Co Kildare.
New Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay is a Leave supporter with a reputation for financial nous.
Any attempt to renegotiate the Brexit deal could see the whole agreement unravel, Ireland’s prime minister has warned.
A woman and her ex-partner have been jailed for 10 years each for allowing the death of a toddler who was tied face-down to a “cage bed”.
More and more Polish citizens living in the UK after considering moving back to their homeland amid ongoing uncertainty over Brexit, the ambassador has said.
Amber Rudd made a dramatic return to Theresa May’s Cabinet as the Prime Minister sought to bolster her position following the backlash to her Brexit deal.
Entrepreneur Jo Malone has said her success is down to making “people smile and feel good” as she was made a CBE by the Prince of Wales.
Footballer Jermain Defoe has said he has “amazing” memories of his time with Bradley Lowery, the terminally ill little boy he befriended.
Five men were accidentally crushed to death after the “foreseeable risk” of a wall collapse in the area they were working was not identified, an inquest jury has concluded.
The lack of earmarked funding to make schools free from the “scourge” of asbestos is “appalling”, unions have said.
Labour is ready to work with rebel Tories to block a no-deal Brexit if Theresa May’s EU withdrawal plan fails, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Four tax cheats who ran a chain of upmarket Indian restaurants have been sentenced after an £800,000 fraud that saw them pocket staff tips and hide sales.
A dissident republican weapons haul containing guns potentially used in police murder bids has been discovered in a residential boiler house that caught fire in Belfast.
The son of missing Sarah Wellgreen has thanked those who have helped search for the mother-of-five as police extend the bail for a suspect arrested in connection with her disappearance.
The former housing director of the firm that ran Grenfell Tower was left on the verge of tears as she was quizzed over delays in providing firefighters with vital information.
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has forecast “very choppy times” next week as he predicted the Prime Minister will persist with her deal to leave the EU in the face of widespread Tory opposition.
A petition calling for Brexit to be stopped will be debated by MPs on Monday.
A rare hoopoe bird has been spotted in Angus after it was blown off course on its autumn migration.
Lawyers for Julian Assange have hit back at revelations the US Justice Department is preparing charges against the WikiLeaks founder.
A holidaymaker who is suing British Airways has told a court he was injured after being forced to squeeze into a seat next to an obese man who was “the size of Jonah Lomu”.
Stargazers may get the chance to see a shooting star display as the annual Leonid meteor shower hits the skies above Britain.
Britain’s largest police force has been rebuked by a watchdog over its use of a controversial database set up to tackle gang crime.