AJ IMPACT

British Steel collapses into insolvency

The steelmaker employs nearly 5,000 workers in Lincolnshire, and a further 20,000 jobs depend on its supply chain.

AJ IMPACT

Jamie Oliver's food chains collapse: More than 1,000 jobs at risk

Oliver's restaurants have been in trouble for several years with branches closing around the United Kingdom.

Jamie Oliver's food chains collapse: More than 1,000 jobs at risk

AJ IMPACT

British Steel 'on the verge of collapse', risking 25,000 jobs

Unions are urging government to intervene to save embattled steelworks.

British Steel 'on the verge of collapse', risking 25,000 jobs

Earthrise

The People's Voice: Fight for our Environmental Future

We learn about the social movements fighting for our environmental future before humanity reaches a point of no return.

Julian Assange

Sweden files request for Assange's arrest over rape allegation

The warrant, if granted, would be the first step in a process to have WikiLeaks founder Assange extradited from the UK.

Sweden files request for Assange's arrest over rape allegation

Football

Manchester City wins FA Cup with record result

Manchester City is now the undisputed power of English football - a status it claimed from neighbour Manchester United.

Manchester City crush Watford 6-0 to complete domestic treble

Sport

Can Watford halt Manchester City's FA Cup march?

The Hornets aim to stop UAE-owned giants making history in the FA Cup final, the world's oldest football competition.

Can Watford halt Manchester City's FA Cup march?

United Kingdom

Did the UK steal the Chagos Islands?

The British government is refusing to acknowledge an International Court of Justice ruling.

Did the UK steal the Chagos Islands?

Europe

UK: European election campaigns bring Brexit divide to light

Campaigning in the UK for the European elections is seen as a barometer of support - or lack thereof - for Brexit.

Europe

Rise of populism in Europe ahead of European Parliament elections

Between May 23 and 26, voters across the EU will elect members of the European Parliament.

The Far Right

British far-right activist to face contempt of court charges

Tommy Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, failed in his legal bid to quash charges and will stand trial.

British far-right activist to face contempt of court charges

Europe

'Maximum restraint': Europe allies reject US escalation with Iran

EU leaders call for calm as Secretary of State Pompeo makes surprise Brussels visit to discuss alleged Iranian threat.

'Maximum restraint': Europe allies reject US escalation with Iran

Iran

Iran jails British Council employee for a decade for 'spying'

Judiciary spokesman says Iranian woman confessed to 'cooperating' with UK intelligence officials.

Iran jails British Council employee for a decade for 'spying'

Football

Man City, Liverpool eye title on dramatic final day

With one point separating the top two teams, the duel for Premier League crown goes down to the last round of fixtures.

Manchester City, Liverpool eye EPL title on dramatic final day

United Kingdom

Nigel Farage's Brexit Party leads EU election poll

Opinion poll shows Brexit Party may win more votes in the European elections than Conservatives and Labour combined.

UK: Nigel Farage's Brexit Party leads EU election poll