UK promises sweeping reform after terror stabbing

The police yesterday shot Sudesh Amman, 20, at the busy Streatham High Road. He was allegedly wearing a fake suicide vest

Read Article

UK to introduce tougher jail terms for convicted terrorists after London Bridge attack

Khan had been sentenced to a minimum of eight years in prison in 2012 with a requirement that the parole board assess his danger to the public before release.

Read Article

United Kingdom's 'most prolific rapist' convicted of 150 offences

  • The victims were mainly heterosexual and had little or no memory of the attacks
  • Sinaga was arrested after one of his victims woke up during an attack
Read Article

Terror checks intensify as London attack enters election fray

Convicted terrorist Usman Khan, 28, stabbed to death 25-year-old Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones, 23, in the knife rampage on Friday afternoon, leaving three other people injured.

Read Article

Climate change scares Europeans more than terrorism, unemployment or migration

The study also showed that 41% of young Europeans between the age of 15 and 29 thought they would have to move to another country because of the changing climate.

Read Article

Riots at Greek migrant camp after two die in a fire

A woman and a child had died in the blaze at the overcrowded Moira camp on the island of Lesbos

Read Article

British PM Johnson referred to police watchdog over businesswoman links

When Johnson was mayor, he failed to declare personal links to tech entrepreneur Jennifer Arcuri who received thousands of pounds in public business.

Read Article

After disruptions, Thomas Cook holidaymakers back in UK

More than 76,000 people had been returned in the first five days of Operation Matterhorn - Britain's biggest peacetime repatriation

Read Article

Catalonia tense ahead of verdict in separatist leaders trial

Seven Catalan separatists suspected of preparing violent attacks were recently charged with belonging to a "terrorist organisation".

Read Article

European Commission's Juncker says Britain will be responsible if no Brexit deal

Britain is scheduled to leave the EU on October 31.

Read Article

Possible scenarios in Austria's upcoming snap elections

It will be up to President Alexander Van der Bellen, a former Green leader, to approve any new government.

Read Article

UK MPs return to parliament after Supreme Court ruling

Cabinet member Michael Gove said that the government would outline its next steps in parliament later on Wednesday.

Read Article

Decision to suspend UK parliament was 'unlawful': Supreme Court

House of Commons speaker John Bercow on Tuesday said parliament must convene without delay.

Read Article

UK Supreme Court ruling could throw Boris Johnson's Brexit plan into more disarray

Johnson rejected criticism from his opponents that his decision to suspend parliament for five weeks at such a crucial time was to prevent it from challenging his Brexit policies.

Read Article

Donald Trump denies pressurising Ukraine into investigating Joe Biden for corruption

There has been no evidence so far that Biden used his position as vice president to help his son, and he said in Iowa this past weekend that he had never discussed Hunter Biden’s business in…

Read Article