Environment

Heathrow drone protest grounded after arrests

Police make at least 10 arrests while runways and taxiways remain operational despite one toy drone completing flight.

Arrests and 'technical glitch' ground Heathrow drone protest

Europe

Court dismisses Northern Irish no-deal Brexit challenge

Claims that a 'no-deal' Brexit would risk peace in Northern Ireland are political, not judicial, the court ruled.

UK: Court dismisses Northern Irish 'no-deal' Brexit challenge

United Kingdom

UK gov't papers warn of 'extreme risks' from no-deal Brexit

'Yellowhammer' documents warn of food and drug shortages, panic buying and public disorder if UK crashes out of EU.

AJ Impact

Climate activists to 'disrupt business as usual' in DC, London

US environmental advocates aim for maximum visibility, as UK counterparts also escalate protest actions in London.

Climate activists to 'disrupt business as usual' in DC, London

AJ Impact

Hong Kong exchange has London rival in its sights

An unsolicited takeover deal would join two major global exchanges against a backdrop of political turmoil.

Hong Kong exchange has London rival in its sights

AJ IMPACT

Arms dealers turn to interactive games at London show

As Netanyahu outlined plans to annex military-occupied Palestinian land, the UK inked $37m deal with Israel's Elbit.

Meeting the arms dealers with killer sales targets

Opinion

Remembering 9/11 as a Muslim American

While most Americans blamed the attacks on al-Qaeda, not Muslims in general, some commentators stoked Islamophobia.

Amad Shaikh

by Amad Shaikh

Amad Shaikh

Brexit

UK Parliament suspension slammed by Scottish court

In an historic constitutional precedent, court rules the prime minister intentionally misled the country's monarch.

UK Parliament suspension 'improper and unlawful'

Brexit

Will the UK impose 'direct rule' in Northern Ireland?

It would be exploited by all sides in Belfast and further complicate UK relations with Ireland, but might still happen.

Will the UK impose 'direct rule' in Northern Ireland?

Brexit

Suspension of UK Parliament 'unlawful'

Another blow to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as the case heads to the Supreme Court.

Suspension of UK Parliament 'unlawful', rules Scottish court

AJ IMPACT

How will Brexit impact Britain's most disadvantaged communities?

Homelessness is already rising and experts fear a hard Brexit could severely impact those who depend on social welfare.

How will Brexit impact Britain's most disadvantaged communities?

Europe

UK's Johnson talks to Northern Ireland, says 'deal is possible'

UK prime minister in Northern Ireland says Brexit deal possible, wants to leave by October 31.

Inside Story

Boris Johnson's Brexit stalemate

The British prime minister is caught in a tight corner after the opposition voted against a no-deal Brexit.

United Kingdom

UK summons Iran ambassador to protest 'oil tanker breach'

Britain accuses Iran of transferring oil from Adrian Darya 1 vessel to Syria in breach of EU sanctions.

UK summons Iran ambassador to protest 'oil tanker breach'

Europe

UK PM struggles to navigate Brexit impasse

Boris Johnson's push for an early election was thrown out before parliament was suspended for five weeks.