United Kingdom

UK protests over arms sales to Saudi Arabia for Yemen war

They are highlighting the proposed sale of more Eurofighter Typhoon jets to the Saudis - which they say is illegal under international law.

Brexit

Theresa May's Brexit deal suffers new blow

UK Speaker of Parliament John Bercow ruled that May could not put her deal to a new vote without changing it.

Child rights

Children's rights could suffer after Brexit, charity warns

Legal issues could arise for children in relation to the EU Settlement Scheme, says Coram Children's Legal Centre.

Children's rights could suffer after Brexit, charity warns

Brexit

Another big Brexit week begins. What's expected?

And why are the European Parliament elections so important?

Another big Brexit week begins. What's expected?

ISIS/ISIL

Shamima Begum's lawyer 'denied' access to camp amid appeal bid

Lawyer seeking to appeal British teenager's citizenship revocation says efforts stalled after SDF's access denial.

Shamima Begum's lawyer 'denied' access to camp amid appeal bid

Europe

Brexit 'Leave Means Leave' march sets off from Sunderland

Ahead of the third vote on Theresa May's EU withdrawal deal, a pro-Brexit march sets off from northeast England to London.

New Zealand attack

Tabloids condemned for 'humanising' NZ mosque attacker

British and Australian tabloids describe Brenton Tarrant as an 'angelic boy' while showing childhood images of him.

Western tabloids condemned for 'humanising' NZ mosque attacker

New Zealand attack

A summary of attacks on Muslims in Western countries

Anti-Muslim attacks have steadily increased in the past few years worldwide.

A summary of attacks on Muslims in Western countries

United Kingdom

Muslim worshipper assaulted at East London mosque after NZ attack

A 27-year-old sustains injuries to his head after a man allegedly attacks him with hammer outside an East London mosque.

Muslim worshipper assaulted at East London mosque after NZ attack

Inside Story

Could Brexit be delayed?

Britain's MPs vote to ask the EU to delay the divorce due in two weeks.

Donald Trump

Trump: Brexit debate is 'tearing country apart'

US president says he offered advice to Theresa May on the Brexit deal but the UK prime minister did not listen to him.

Trump: Brexit debate is 'tearing country apart'

Brexit

UK Parliament votes for a Brexit delay

MPs approve motion proposing UK's departure from EU be pushed back to at least June 30.

UK Parliament votes for a Brexit delay

United Kingdom

Ex-British soldier charged over 'Bloody Sunday' killings

Ex-British soldier was charged for his part in killing of 13 civil rights marchers in Northern Ireland 47 years ago.

Ex-British soldier charged over 'Bloody Sunday' killings

Brexit

The next steps in Brexit's unfolding drama

MPs will vote on Thursday on whether to delay Brexit by extending Article 50, but the decision is not unilateral.

The next steps in Brexit's unfolding drama

Europe

Bloody Sunday: Derry awaits decision on 1972 killings

Northern Ireland's Public Prosecution Service will make its decisions on the Bloody Sunday killings public at 11:00 GMT.