Britain and the EU hail a "decisive step" in the withdrawal process
The boss of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has been called on by a parliamentary committee to give evidence about the use of personal data by Cambridge Analytica.
More than a million health service workers in England are set to benefit.
President Trump has announced plans to impose tariffs on tens of billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods -- raising the prospect of a damaging trade war with Beijing.
EU leaders pledge coordinated response to Salisbury attack, and approve Brexit guidelines
Hundreds of thousands of Americans have joined nationwide protests against gun violence - led by survivors of the school shooting in Florida.
The Royal College of Surgeons says "a large number" of hospitals are cancelling cancer operations as winter pressures mount on the NHS.
Inquest for 30 British tourists killed at Tunisia resort told police response 'deliberately slow'. Northern Ireland power sharing collapses. German politicians criticise Trump.
The PM rejects "anything that leaves us half-in, half-out". Nicola Sturgeon say the approach will cause "economic catastrophe". Inflation is at its highest level since July 2014.
Two banks have confirmed they will transfer jobs from London to Europe after Brexit.
Martin McGuiness is leaving politics; Four dead, thirty missing in Italian avalanche
In his inaugural address, Donald Trump vowed to put America first
Hundreds of thousands of people are marching for women's rights
Boris Johnson says Britain has evidence that Russia has been stockpiling the nerve agent used in the Salisbury attack.
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Labour promises private finance initiative contracts will be taken "back in-house"
Jeremy Corbyn says investors could worry about renationalisation and tax changes. Hundreds of people can seek damages over the contaminated blood scandal in the 1970s and 1980s
Jeremy Corbyn has laid claim to the "political mainstream," telling Labour supporters the centre of British politics had shifted to his vision of the world.
Negotiators positive about the latest talks, but EU wants more progress on Brexit. Stokes out of international cricket until further notice. China closes North Korean companies.
Mark Carney gives clearest indication yet interest rates will rise - as soon as November.