The Far Right

Facebook pulls the plug on far-right Generation Identity

Facebook took the decision after the group violated the social media outlet's policies, according to the i Paper.

Facebook pulls the plug on far-right Generation Identity

Europe

Europeans in UK deeply worried about post-Brexit future

The UK is promising a streamlined registration system for EU citizens to apply to stay after Brexit.

Europe

Brexit anniversary brings little cheer to Walsall

The UK marks the second anniversary of the historic vote to pull out of the EU.

Brexit anniversary brings little cheer to Walsall

Europe

UK: More than 450 patients died from opiate prescriptions

New report says the 'institutionalised' practice of prescribing opiates without medical justification led to the deaths.

United Kingdom

Theresa May speaks out on US child separation

Leader of top US ally tells MPs that images of detained children are 'deeply disturbing' and 'wrong'.

UK's Theresa May comes out against US child separation policy

Europe

Fire consumes Glasgow School of Art for second time

Multi-million dollar building restoration on one of the Scottish city's most beloved cultural treasures was nearly finished after a 2014 blaze.

United Kingdom

UK returns confiscated medical cannabis to epileptic boy

Billy Caldwell obtained the cannabis in Canada to help control his epileptic seizures.

UK returns confiscated medical cannabis to epileptic boy

Islamophobia

Suspect arrested over UK 'Punish a Muslim' letters

David Parnham from the eastern English town of Lincoln faces several charges including soliciting to murder.

Suspect arrested over UK 'Punish a Muslim' letters

England

Grenfell remembered: 'There were three funerals a week'

Residents and community activists call for justice one year after fire ripped through 24-storey tower, killing 72.

Grenfell: 'Don't dig dagger deeper by not taking responsibility'

Asia

Indian-origin chef slammed for anti-Islam remarks

The Michelin-star chef faces criticism for his tweet saying 'Hindus have been terrorised by Islam for over 2000 years'.

Celebrity chef Atul Kochhar in a soup for anti-Islam remarks

Europe

UK: Many uncertain about direction of Brexit

Many people in the UK are still divided, some with Brexit and others against it, and all are unclear about the direction the UK is heading.

Reporter's Notebook

Drawing the World Cup, one football sticker at a time

Despite not having any art experience, one couple in the UK is drawing every World Cup sticker by hand.

Europe

UK: Tens of thousands march to mark 100 years of women's suffrage

The centennial is not just a celebration of the suffrage movement, but is being used to highlight and organise for modern women's political causes, as well.

Religion

'Diplomacy of food and faith': Breaking fast in London

Since its inception, Open Iftar has hosted 50,000 guests in seven universities across four continents.

Open Iftar tent attracts hundreds in the UK

Europe

UK Supreme Court backs N Ireland women's right to abortion

Non-legally binding ruling says victims of rape or those with serious health risks have right to terminate pregnancies.