British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman refused to comment on Monday when asked about the hiring of an adviser who has discussed the benefits of forced contraception and said data showed the U.S. black population had lower IQ than white people. British media reported that Andrew Sabisky
Emma Willis' 30-strong team of cutters and seamstresses produce ready-to-wear shirts costing from £200 and bespoke shirts from £310.
UK must prepare for more intense storms, climate scientists sayGovernment urged to create more natural drainage systems to cope with impact of crisis
The First Minister visited homes in one of the worst-affected areas in South Wales on Monday following flooding from Storm Dennis
India faces a multi-billion-dollar hit to its economy and a tarnished reputation as a place for multinationals to invest unless it can keep Vodafone Idea in business. Vodafone Idea, a joint venture between Britain's Vodafone Group Plc and India's Idea Cellular, is the most vulnerable of the
A method developed at University College London allows researchers to analyse the behaviour of millions of different cells living in a tumour.
Storm Dennis: hopes fade for woman missing in MidlandsPolice say rescue operation has become recovery mission, as 230 flood alerts remain in UK
Downing Street did not allow independent photographers to take images of Boris Johnson signing the Withdrawal Agreement or marking the UK's EU exit.
The suicide of Caroline Flack, one of Britain's most famous TV stars, has prompted nearly 350,000 people to sign a petition demanding tougher laws on the way the tabloid press covers celebrities. The 40-year-old Flack, the former presenter of the hugely popular reality show "Love Island"
In 1973, a teenage Debra McKenna accidentally left her future husband's ring in a department store in the US town of Brunswick Maine. Fast forward 47 years and it has been found by a sheet metal worker - buried in a Finnish forest.
The constable, whose nose was broken, has called for mandatory jail time for those who attack the emergency services workers.
Fine Gael has insisted it is preparing to enter opposition ahead of a meeting of its parliamentary party.
New sofas, chairs and tables appeared in the Westminster office building on Monday morning in place of a water feature which was recently removed.
The car finance firm was fined almost £3m by a City watchdog and paid out £30m in compensation to affected customers.