Health

UK doctors want minorities to donate more organs

Britain has one of the lowest rates of organ donation in Europe and doctors in UK want minorities to participate more.

Brexit

New UK cabinet peppered with pro-Brexit politicians

PM Theresa May finalises details of new government as shock appointment of Boris Johnson as foreign secretary sinks in.

Iraq

Britain invaded Iraq based on 'flawed intelligence'

Inquiry into Britain's role finds the consequences of Tony Blair's decision to invade Iraq in 2003 were underestimated.

Iraq

Iraq report: Tony Blair scrutinised

Report runs to 2.6m words and investigates UK's role in 2003 Iraq War, with Tony Blair under scrutiny.

Brexit

Pro-Brexit UKIP leader Nigel Farage resigns

After running divisive campaign to leave the EU, Farage quits, while Britain faces economic and political challenges.

Brexit

Cameron faces first Brexit meeting with EU leaders

British PM to discuss UK referendum result in Brussels for the first time, amid political and economic uncertainty.

Brexit

British chancellor: Delay Brexit until UK is ready

Chancellor says Britain should wait until new prime minister is in place to divorce EU as he tries to calm markets.

Brexit

UK opposition in disarray after Brexit vote

Labour leader Corbyn fires shadow foreign secretary for attempting coup, as more than a dozen members resign.

Brexit

What will happen after Brexit?

Now that millions of Britons have decided to leave the European Union, we explore what comes next.

Brexit

Brexit: UK politicians make final appeals ahead of vote

British PM campaigned for Remain vote while fellow Conservative leader Boris Johnson pushed for Brexit.

Brexit

UK rival parties clash in heated Brexit showdown

Remain and Leave camps make their cases with economy and immigration high on the agenda before Thursday's key vote.

Politics

Brexit: Making Britain great again?

Whatever the result, the vote will prove only the beginning of a long process to redefine 21st-century Britain.

by Marwan Bishara

Brexit

UK chancellor warns Brexit will trigger tax hikes

Spending cuts will also follow if Britain votes to leave the European Union, says George Osborne, as referendum nears.

Sport

'Disgusted' UEFA gives England and Russia final warning

UEFA threatens England and Russia with expulsion from European Championship if there is continuation of fan violence.

Sport

Euro 2016: English and Russian fans clash in Marseille

At least 20 people taken to hospital and several arrests made as supporters of rival teams fight in French port city.