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Runners were treated to fine weather and iconic sights in the second London Landmarks Half Marathon.
A murder investigation is under way after a shop worker was stabbed to death during a robbery at a newsagent’s in north-west London, police said.
French authorities are investigating the case of an elderly female protester who suffered head injuries when police charged people defying a yellow vest protest ban in Nice.
The Scottish Government has been urged to ban fracking after the publication of a legal opinion indicating that it is within the power of MSPs to do so.
The Irish premiere says he will work with Britain on Brexit, regardless of who is British prime minister.
David Lidington has dismissed speculation that he could be installed as a caretaker prime minister under a reported Cabinet plot to oust Theresa May.
A third male has been charged with the murder of a 16-year-old boy who was stabbed to death in Birmingham.
Tradition is an important part of the British royal family – not least when it comes to choosing a baby’s name.
One of Germany’s richest families says it plans to give millions of euros to charity after learning about ancestors who enthusiastically supported the Nazis and used forced labour.
The Duke of Cambridge is planning to contact the family of 14-year-old Molly Russell, who took her own life after viewing disturbing material online, it is understood.
An investigation is under way after a man died from his injuries in Greenock.
Streets in the Douglas area of Dundee were closed by police on Sunday as they attended an incident in Balmoral Terrace.
Theresa May is effectively “out of power” and would have departed Downing Street a long time ago under normal political circumstances, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Authorities say the death toll in Mozambique from Cyclone Idai is now 446.
The Duchess of Sussex now has just over a month until her expected due date.
Police have confirmed they are at the scene of an ongoing incident in Belfast.
Tony Blair is confident Britain will get back on its feet and be a “serious country again” after Brexit.
It can be hard to make your political message heard when all around you is noise – but one group of pro-EU protesters have taken their message to their heads, as well as their hearts.
A cruise ship which got into difficulties off the coast of Norway amid stormy seas is sailing to port after around half of its passengers were evacuated.
Nearly five years after a coup, Thailand has voted in a long-delayed election setting a military-backed party against the populist political force the generals overthrew.