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Tory leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson has been asked what furniture he would need inside Number 10 if he moves in this week, it is understood.
British Airways and Lufthansa suspended flights to Cairo on Saturday over security concerns.
Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin marked the 50th anniversary of humanity’s first moon landing at the Apollo 11 launch site.
They were scenes more akin to a football match.
Loyalist flute band music played in Portrush town as the third round of the Open Championship reached its conclusion a mile away.
Police in Manchester have launched an urgent appeal after seven newborn puppies were stolen in a burglary amid fears they may not survive without their mother.
A Russian space capsule with three astronauts aboard has blasted off on a fast-track trip to the International Space Station.
British Airways has suspended all flights to Cairo for seven days as a security precaution.
Thousands of excited golf fans swarmed over Portrush’s sun-drenched dunes as stars of the world game battled it out on the third day of the Open’s return to Northern Ireland.
Jeremy Hunt has said the seizing of a UK-flagged tanker by Iran “raises very serious questions” about the security of British and international shipping in the Strait of Hormuz.
Famed Argentine-American architect Cesar Pelli, known for designing some of the world’s tallest and most well-known buildings, has died aged 92.
Several thousand people have attended a funeral service in northwestern Bosnia for 86 Muslims who were killed by Serbs in one of the worst atrocities of the country’s 1992-95 war.
A man has died after falling on to a wall at a beach on the south-east coast of England.
TripAdvisor found a creative way of telling organisers of a Straight Pride Parade to remove their logo from their website.
A genetics expert retained by the family of an Italian girl who went missing in 1983 said Saturday that an underground space near a Vatican cemetery holds thousands of bones that appear to be from dozens of individuals, both “adult and non-adult”.
Protesters have gathered in Westminster to march against Brexit in anticipation of Boris Johnson likely becoming the next Prime Minister.
The Foreign Office has summoned Iran’s charge d’affaires following the seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.
A former chief whip under Tony Blair and critic of Jeremy Corbyn said she was “very sad” that her local constituency party had voted to expel her from Labour.
Tensions in the Persian Gulf could result in prices at UK fuel pumps rising further, motorists have been warned.
Police are hunting for two men after gas was released on a Tube train in central London on Saturday.