Rishi Sunak has raised eyebrows after accidentally voting against his own government. The chancellor sparked surprise when his name appeared in support of a rebel amendment…View More Chancellor votes against government… and blames online ‘teething’ issues
The Foreign Office (FCO) has updated its lockdown restrictions to advise Britons against all non-essential travel ‘indefinitely’. A travel ban, announced on March 17, was…View More Foreign Office advises against all non-essential global travel 'indefinitely'
NHS adverts across the UK are set to drive home the importance of handwashing in the fight against coronavirus, as part of a new government…View More Front line battle against coronavirus is NHS campaign about washing hands
A New York man who was acquitted of rape has won $280,000 against his former attorney for branding him an “a-hole” and a “dangerous jerk”…View More Client wins $280K against lawyer who called him ‘a-hole’ and ‘jerk’ online
Thousands of Croatians have rallied in central Zagreb against a European agreement designed to protect women, saying it threatens traditional values. They object to the…View More Croatian protest against pro-women treaty
Dozens of spectators at a US NBA basketball game have held signs and donned t-shirts and masks in support of protests in Hong Kong. Demonstrators…View More Dozens protest against China during US NBA game
Sterling STALLS against the dollar as Brexit talks hit ‘standstill’… just hours after pound leapt to five-month high as hopes grew of deal with EU…View More Sterling STALLS against the dollar as Brexit talks hit 'standstill'
Angered by the suffering of civilians in Syria’s war-torn province of Idlib, a young student there has come up with his own form of protest…View More Protesting against the Syrian war – in rap
Legal action aimed at stopping Boris Johnson suspending Parliament will be heard at Scotland’s highest court today. As politicians reconvene in Westminster, opponents of the…View More Legal challenge against plan to prorogue Parliament returns to court
Fears of far-right violence are growing in Germany, after politician Walter Lübcke was shot dead in June, allegedly by a right-wing extremist. In one quiet…View More Fighting back against far-right violence in Berlin
When Iris Mendoza and her husband Pedro Carreño fled Venezuela, Peru’s capital was their light at the end of the tunnel. Mr Carreño had been…View More Fears stoke backlash against Venezuelans in Peru
The United States has announced new sanctions against the son of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. Nicolás Ernesto Maduro Guerra, 29, known as Nicolasito, is a…View More US announces sanctions against Maduro’s son
US President Donald Trump has been accused of inappropriate sexual behaviour and misconduct by multiple women whose allegations span decades. His accusers, including beauty queens,…View More The sexual allegations against Donald Trump
Protesters are gathering in Prague to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babis. Mr Babis is facing a criminal investigation over alleged fraud, and…View More Demonstrators rally against PM in Czech Republic