UK

Latest articles

6m
Boston Globe
Divided Britain, inconclusive election could put brakes on EU exitdifferences remain on one of the biggest issues: the status of 3 million EU cit
Boston Globe / Posted 6 minutes ago
differences remain on one of the biggest issues: the status of 3 million EU citizens living in Britain and 1 million UK nationals who reside in other European countries. A British proposal to grant permanent residency to Europeans in the UK... Read more
17 related articles
7m
BBC News
Nigeria's President Buhari to return 'soon' - Osinbajoin 2015, becoming the first Nigerian opposition leader to win an election. It
BBC News / Posted 7 minutes ago
in 2015, becoming the first Nigerian opposition leader to win an election. It is his second period of medical leave in the UK, the first began in January and he returned home in March. His long absence has led to speculation about whether he will... Read more
7m
BBC News
UK and US to start talks on post-Brexit trade deal - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
BBC News / Posted 7 minutes ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say UK and US to start talks on post-Brexit trade... Read more
7m
BBC News
Nigeria's President Buhari seen in Londonin London for the first time since he left his homeland almost 80 days ago. Pr
BBC News / Posted 7 minutes ago
in London for the first time since he left his homeland almost 80 days ago. President Muhammadu Buhari, 74, came to the UK for treatment for an unspecified illness. On Sunday, he met governors from his party for lunch and was very cheerful,... Read more
13m
asianage
15 Tory MPs join ‘plot’ to oust Theresa Mayreport. Although the letter of no confidence falls short of the 48 names requi
asianage / Posted 13 minutes ago
report. Although the letter of no confidence falls short of the 48 names required to trigger a leadership contest, the UK Parliament’s summer break could prove critical for Ms May’s future as British prime minister, The Sunday Times... Read more
15m
Scoop.co.nz
Research reveals insights into lives of early settlerspeople are mostly first-generation settlers and their families with two thirds
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 minutes ago
people are mostly first-generation settlers and their families with two thirds born overseas. Half of these were from the UK, mostly from England but some from Ireland, Scotland and Wales who moved to Otago after 1850.State-of-the-art... Read more
22m
Daily Mail
Dunkirk claims victory at the weekend box office with $50.5 millionhundreds ships of all sizes. Dunkirk also nabbed $55.4 in foreign coin includi
Daily Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
hundreds ships of all sizes. Dunkirk also nabbed $55.4 in foreign coin including, unsurprisingly, $12.4 million from the UK, for a global tally of just under $106 million. On the road: R-rated comedy Girls Trip, starring Regina Hall, Jada... Read more
46 related articles
30m
North-West Evening Mail
Mothers-to-be who are 'eating for two' could cause health problems, experts warnharming the health of themselves and their babies, experts have warned. A surv
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 30 minutes ago
harming the health of themselves and their babies, experts have warned. A survey suggests that more than two thirds of UK mothers-to-be have no idea how many extra calories they need during pregnancy. More than 63% of participants felt under... Read more
3 related articles
30m
North-West Evening Mail
Liam Fox flies to Washington to prepare for post-Brexit trade dealflies into Washington. Liam Fox will meet trade representative Robert Lighthiz
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 30 minutes ago
flies into Washington. Liam Fox will meet trade representative Robert Lighthizer for two days of talks at the first UK-US trade and investment working group. European Union rules mean the UK cannot sign a deal until after it has quit the... Read more
2 related articles
34m
heraldscotland
Fender boss Mooney tells Scots to be braveand passion for something you really believe in.” Mr Mooney praised the “intel
heraldscotland / Posted 34 minutes ago
and passion for something you really believe in.” Mr Mooney praised the “intellectual capital” held by Scotland and the UK, declaring that the “education system is second to none”. However, he feels that where Scotland falls short is in access... Read more
34m
Daily Telegraph
Public losing touch with nature, poll suggestsit harder to campaign for the protection of wildlife. A major report issued in
Daily Telegraph / Posted 34 minutes ago
it harder to campaign for the protection of wildlife. A major report issued in 2016 found that more than one-in-10 of the UK’s wildlife species are threatened with extinction, while the nation’s most endangered creatures have plummeted by... Read more
38m
WA Today
Amazon is building another multibillion-dollar business you probably haven't heard ofa better job of tapping into the online business-to-business (B2B) market, whic
WA Today / Posted 38 minutes ago
a better job of tapping into the online business-to-business (B2B) market, which is worth £96 billion ($158 billion) in the UK alone, according to the Office for National Statistics. It launched a new free-to-use business supplies marketplace... Read more
4 related articles
47m
Yorkshire evening post
Jessica Murray: Student mental health is at crisis pointAnother week, another headline about the shocking state of student mental healt
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 47 minutes ago
Another week, another headline about the shocking state of student mental health in the UK. This time round, The Times has found that the number of students claiming special circumstances in exams due to mental health difficulties has soared. At... Read more
47m
Yorkshire evening post
Car breakdowns to hit 700,000 this summerbreakdowns per day, or one every twelve minutes. A combination of sudden showe
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 47 minutes ago
breakdowns per day, or one every twelve minutes. A combination of sudden showers and high temperatures are set to hit the UK over the coming weeks. And Green Flag is forecasting that overheating, running out of fuel and coolant complications will... Read more
49m
The News and Star
Liam Fox flies to Washington to prepare for post-Brexit trade dealflies into Washington. Liam Fox will meet trade representative Robert Lighthiz
The News and Star / Posted 49 minutes ago
flies into Washington. Liam Fox will meet trade representative Robert Lighthizer for two days of talks at the first UK-US trade and investment working group. European Union rules mean the UK cannot sign a deal until after it has quit the... Read more
2 related articles
49m
The News and Star
Mothers-to-be who are 'eating for two' could cause health problems, experts warnharming the health of themselves and their babies, experts have warned. A surv
The News and Star / Posted 49 minutes ago
harming the health of themselves and their babies, experts have warned. A survey suggests that more than two thirds of UK mothers-to-be have no idea how many extra calories they need during pregnancy. More than 63% of participants felt under... Read more
3 related articles
49m
The News and Star
£246m investment aims to make UK world leader in electric battery technologyinvestment into battery technology is being launched. Business Secretary Greg
The News and Star / Posted 49 minutes ago
investment into battery technology is being launched. Business Secretary Greg Clark said the aim is to ensure the UK leads the world in the design, development and manufacture of electric batteries. Known as the Faraday Challenge, the... Read more
3 related articles
50m
birminghammail
£246 million battery technology investment unveiledLeague to the Women's Engineering Society.Read More Mr Clark says the investme
birminghammail / Posted 50 minutes ago
League to the Women's Engineering Society.Read More Mr Clark says the investment will begin by bringing together the UK's best minds and facilities to create a Battery Institute. He says: " The most promising research completed by the... Read more
3 related articles
52m
express
New foreign aid outrage: Scandal as £64m of your money is given to dictator in Rwandaas £64m of your money is given to dictator in Rwanda BRITAIN’S foreign aid pol
express / Posted 52 minutes ago
as £64m of your money is given to dictator in Rwanda BRITAIN’S foreign aid policy was branded a “disgrace” yesterday. UK aid policy was labeled a ‘disgrace’ after it was revealed £64m a country ruled by dictator It has emerged that Britain... Read more
54m
West Moreland Gazette
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 54 minutes ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
54m
EuroNews
Britain launches first phase of energy storage investmentcentre for battery research which “will – quite literally – power the automotiv
EuroNews / Posted 54 minutes ago
centre for battery research which “will – quite literally – power the automotive and energy revolution where, already, the UK is leading the world”. “The first element will be a competition led by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research... Read more
3 related articles
1h
Oxford Mail
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Oxford Mail / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Bury Times
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Bury Times / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Sydney Morning Herald
UK joins calls for end to Qatar boycott"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manife
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manifestations, including terrorist financing," UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in a statement on Sunday. "We hope in turn Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain respond... Read more
103 related articles
1h
The Age
UK joins calls for end to Qatar boycott"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manife
The Age / Posted an hour ago
"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manifestations, including terrorist financing," UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in a statement on Sunday. "We hope in turn Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain respond... Read more
103 related articles
1h
Gazette
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Gazette / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
guardian-series
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
guardian-series / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Greenock Telegraph
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Greenock Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
The Age
UK joins calls for end to Qatar boycot"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manife
The Age / Posted an hour ago
"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manifestations, including terrorist financing," UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in a statement on Sunday. "We hope in turn Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain respond... Read more
103 related articles
1h
Scoop.co.nz
Sex Pistol Glen Matlock Announces Solo New Zealand showsfrom today General Admission on sale Monday 31st July 2017 Ticket price $39+ b/
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
from today General Admission on sale Monday 31st July 2017 Ticket price $39+ b/fGod Save The Queen! Anarchy In The UK ! Pretty Vacant! Glen Matlock left the Sex Pistols 40 years ago but not before co-writing these three eternal rock and... Read more
1h
Sydney Morning Herald
UK joins calls for end to Qatar boycot"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manife
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manifestations, including terrorist financing," UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in a statement on Sunday. "We hope in turn Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain respond... Read more
103 related articles
1h
Harrow Times
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Harrow Times / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Reuters
Britain launches first phase of energy storage investmentcenter for battery research which "will - quite literally - power the automotiv
Reuters / Posted an hour ago
center for battery research which "will - quite literally - power the automotive and energy revolution where, already, the UK is leading the world". "The first element will be a competition led by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research... Read more
3 related articles
1h
This is West Country
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
This is West Country / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Gazette News
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Gazette News / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Brisbane Times
UK joins calls for end to Qatar boycot"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manife
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
"I welcome the Emir of Qatar's commitment to combat terrorism in all its manifestations, including terrorist financing," UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in a statement on Sunday. "We hope in turn Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain respond... Read more
103 related articles
1h
Brisbane Times
Amazon is building another multibillion-dollar business you probably haven't heard ofa better job of tapping into the online business-to-business (B2B) market, whic
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
a better job of tapping into the online business-to-business (B2B) market, which is worth £96 billion ($158 billion) in the UK alone, according to the Office for National Statistics. It launched a new free-to-use business supplies marketplace... Read more
4 related articles
1h
Bolton News
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Bolton News / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Belfast Telegraph
Human blood ‘found on Ben Needham’s toy car and sandal’believed to have belonged to toddler Ben Needham, who disappeared on Kos 26 yea
Belfast Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
believed to have belonged to toddler Ben Needham, who disappeared on Kos 26 years... Read more
22 related articles
1h
Daily Mail
University of Montana student released after being detained in Chinawith aggressive brain...From high school football star to Pakistani prisoner:..
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
with aggressive brain...From high school football star to Pakistani prisoner:...Trump refuses to say if he's coming to the UK and reveals he...Peace between North and South Korea and the complete... Share this article Before his released Democrat... Read more
120 related articles
1h
Belfast Telegraph
James Brokenshire to discuss Stormont crisis with US officials in Washingtonis travelling to Washington to discuss the political crisis at Stormont with US
Belfast Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
is travelling to Washington to discuss the political crisis at Stormont with US... Read more
1h
Manchester Evening News
Thousands of cyclists take over city centre streets for 2017 City Ridehas inspired everyone here and thousands more across the city.” The event was
Manchester Evening News / Posted an hour ago
has inspired everyone here and thousands more across the city.” The event was organised by British Cycling in partnership with Manchester City Council, and was the sixth of 14 HSBC UK City Rides which will take place across the country this su... Read more
1h
Daily Mirror
Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor tickets on sale todayinside four rounds. Fans in America will have to fork out up to $100 to watch
Daily Mirror / Posted an hour ago
inside four rounds. Fans in America will have to fork out up to $100 to watch the fight on Showtime pay-per-view, but the UK broadcaster and price are yet to be announced. Both Sky Sports and BT Sport are in the running to show the bout which... Read more
1h
Daily Mirror
Adorable photos of William and Harry who reveal one thing they wish to ask mumyears after the death of Diana, we celebrate her life in a collection of images
Daily Mirror / Posted an hour ago
years after the death of Diana, we celebrate her life in a collection of images, many never seen before. To order the 128-page special Diana: Our Princess Remembered for £7.99 plus £1.50 UK P&P, visit mirrorcollection.co.uk or call 0845 1... Read more
271 related articles
1h
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Wandsworth Guardian
Education minister Nick Gibb seeks to end homophobic bullying in schoolsand transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted an hour ago
and transphobic programmes. A national survey is being launched that will ask 1.5 million LGBT people in the UK to give their views on public services to help inform government policy. Mr Gibb wrote: “As a gay man who has been in a... Read more
20 related articles
1h
Daily Mirror
William and Harry put support notes under Diana's door during marriage splityears after the death of Diana, we celebrate her life in a collection of images
Daily Mirror / Posted an hour ago
years after the death of Diana, we celebrate her life in a collection of images, many never seen before. To order the 128-page special Diana: Our Princess Remembered for £7.99 plus £1.50 UK P&P, visit mirrorcollection.co.uk or call 0845 1... Read more
271 related articles
1h
The Age
Amazon is building another multibillion-dollar business you probably haven't heard of a better job of tapping into the online business-to-business (B2B) market, whic
The Age / Posted an hour ago
a better job of tapping into the online business-to-business (B2B) market, which is worth £96 billion ($158 billion) in the UK alone, according to the Office for National Statistics. It launched a new free-to-use business supplies marketplace... Read more
4 related articles
1h
WPIX 11 New York
Hospital treating baby Charlie Gard receives death threatsanother country would not be in Charlie’s best interest. A trial involving Cha
WPIX 11 New York / Posted an hour ago
another country would not be in Charlie’s best interest. A trial involving Charlie’s case is set to begin Tuesday at the UK High Court. Zak Golombeck, a medical negligence lawyer in the UK, told CNN that a judge will sift through competing... Read more
117 related articles
1h
North-West Evening Mail
World Para Athletics Championships could return to London in 2019 - WarnerSeptember and London 2017 co-chairman Ed Warner is eager to make a move. He sa
North-West Evening Mail / Posted an hour ago
September and London 2017 co-chairman Ed Warner is eager to make a move. He said: "The British Paralympic Association and UKA (UK Athletics) are both very keen to bid. They will be making that clear in the next 24 hours. "I got enthusiastic... Read more
2 related articles
More

In this news