Officials have denied drawing up plans for the slaughter of millions of sheep in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Torrential downpours failed to dampen the spirits at Royal Portrush as the clock ticked down towards the opening round of the Open.
Commuters on a train to London were held up when a passenger got their hair extensions caught in a door.
Until 2016, the year of the EU referendum, former British Army officer Nino Singh Judge had not been told to “go home” for decades.
The Queen was left “totally engrossed” by a Hollywood production company’s 3D recreation of a Victorian ball – but quipped she was glad the style of dancing had died out.
The mother of Scarlett Keeling has spoken of her relief after a man was finally convicted of killing the British schoolgirl at an Indian beach resort more than a decade ago.
Drone footage shows flowering echium plants as a vast sea of purple.
Introducing same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland enjoys overwhelming support, the MP spearheading the change said.
The next prime minister should strive to reach a Brexit deal, Theresa May has said as the race to succeed her entered its final stretch.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has revealed a version of the Lord’s Prayer in emoji.
Rory McIlroy has hailed the return of golf’s Open Championship to Northern Ireland as proof that his homeland has long moved on from the dark days of the past.
A British-Iranian woman was “shackled like a caged animal” by Iranian authorities as they transferred her to a hospital mental health ward, an MP has claimed.
The Duchess of Cornwall celebrated her 72nd birthday with a visit to a donkey sanctuary, where she met two miniature donkeys named William and Harry.
Outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that British political discourse is being driven down the wrong path.
Searches of farmland in connection with the suspected murder of estate agent Suzy Lamplugh have ended with no evidence being recovered.
The brother of Manchester Arena terrorist Salman Abedi will appear in court on Thursday morning to face charges over his alleged role in the 2017 attack.
The UK’s departure from the EU has dominated the Tory leadership debate, as it has done many a conversation nationwide.
Two British aviation enthusiasts will fly a newly restored Spitfire 27,000 miles around the world in the first trip of its kind.
“Every time I have been told, as a woman of colour, to go back to where I came from, that was embedded in racism” – BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty takes aim at Donald Trump.
Veteran left-wing politician George Galloway has announced he will bid to unseat Labour deputy leader Tom Watson at the next general election.
Chris Grayling has admitted he has not been bold enough in his attempts to improve the rail network.
Boris Johnson has repeatedly refused to rule out suspending Parliament in order to stop MPs blocking a no-deal Brexit.
Queen Victoria’s modernisation of the monarchy during her reign has been described as a “feminist transformation” by the curator of a major exhibition at Buckingham Palace.
Sir Anthony Hart was a “safe pair of hands” for lives damaged by abuse, his funeral has heard.
The possibility of a no-deal Brexit is “underpriced”, Stephen Barclay told MPs as he highlighted the lack of parliamentary time to steer an agreement through by October 31.
Downing Street has urged Iran to allow the family of a British-Iranian woman jailed in the country to visit her after she was transferred to a hospital mental health ward.
A man has been charged with assisting an offender in connection with the murder of an 80-year-old man found stabbed to death at his home.
The brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi is being extradited to the UK from Libya over his potential role in the 2017 terror attack.
A train operator has been fined £1 million after a passenger was killed when he put his head out of an unlocked carriage window.
Prime Minister Theresa May has called on Jeremy Corbyn to apologise for his “failure to deal with racism” in his party.
Wildlife experts have said there is no need for people to be afraid of bats after a two-year-old boy was bitten in his cot in an “incredibly rare” incident.
A father has been jailed for nine years after being found guilty of shaking his 15-week-old son to death.