Europe

Egypt disputes reported death toll from desert shoot-out

Authorities say reports which said that 50 policemen had died in an ambush were "absolutely wrong".

Europe

German 'far-right' gunman jailed for life in Nuremberg

A German man linked to far-right extremists gets life in jail for killing a policeman in Bavaria.

Europe

UK businesses urge government to reach Brexit transition deal

Theresa May must act urgently to secure a Brexit transition deal or risk losing jobs and investment in the country, businesses have warned.

United Kingdom

Second Brexit referendum ‘could be a necessity’ says Sadiq Khan

The London Mayor has hinted he would back a second EU referendum if Parliament rejects a Brexit deal.

United Kingdom

Bradford woman Gemma Procter charged with murder after toddler fell to his death from sixth floor window

A WOMAN has been charged with murder after a toddler fell to its death from a sixth floor window in Bradford. Gemma Procter, 23, was charged with the murder of Elliot Procter after the little boy’s death on Saturday. At the time of the arrest, Dete

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GMB viewers slam Meghan Markle’s estranged sister for ‘cashing in’ on Prince Harry by trying to sell tell-all book

GOOD Morning Britain viewers have slammed Meghan Markle’s estranged sister for “cashing in” on Prince Harry by trying to sell a tell-all book. Samantha Markle, who hasn’t spoken to the actress in almost a decade, appeared on the

United Kingdom

Theresa May 'begged' Juncker for help on Brexit at private Brussels dinner, leak claims

'She has deep rings under her eyes. She looks like someone who can't sleep a wink,' European Council president reportedly says of PM

Europe

Catalonia crisis: Officials 'won't follow orders from Madrid'

The warning comes as the Spanish government moves to reassert control over the region.

United Kingdom

Driver leaves his car in a town centre after a night out and comes back the next morning to find a fun fair has been put up around it

A DRIVER who left his car in a town centre overnight had a nasty shock when he returned the next morning to see a funfair had been built around it. Martin Ross had headed out for the evening on Saturday leaving his white Lexus safely parked to pick up the

United Kingdom

Man, 67, found dead in Cumbria home alongside woman, 70, critically ill

A 67-year-old man was found dead and a woman, 70, critically ill at a home in Cumbria yesterday. The woman was rushed to West Cumberland Hospital after emergency services attended the property in High Seaton after midday on Sunday. A Cumbria Police spokes

Europe

European markets open slightly higher as investors look to earnings, Catalonia crisis

European markets opened slightly higher on Monday morning as investors monitored fresh corporate earnings.

United Kingdom

Pictured: Woman arrested for murder after naked baby fell six storeys from flat

Gemma Procter, 23, was taken into custody following the boy's death.

United Kingdom

T-Charge: London introduces £21.50 daily toll for 'toxic' vehicles driving through city centre in air pollution crackdown

Mayor Sadiq Khan introduces measure penalising older petrol and diesel models that give off more harmful emissions

United Kingdom

Hundreds of migrants remain camped in Calais trying to reach Britain illegally

HUNDREDS of migrants are still camped in Calais trying to reach Britain illegally a year after the Jungle was demolished. Charity bosses estimate up to 800 are living in the areas around the port, with as many as 2,000 across northern France. The Jungle,

United Kingdom

Blackburn Rovers employee who used security cameras to spy on a 12-year-old girl in her BEDROOM issued a caution

A BLACKBURN Rovers worker who used the football club’s CCTV to spy on a 12-year-old girl in her bedroom has been let off with a caution — to the fury of her family. Security man John Eslin, 55, was arrested on suspicion of voyeurism and stal

United Kingdom

Minimum alcohol price law to be unveiled in Wales

It is claimed one life a week could be saved in Wales if cheap alcohol sales are banned.

United Kingdom

British IS fighters 'must be killed', minister says

"In almost every case", that is the only option, Foreign Office minister Rory Stewart says.

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