Britain wants to see accountability for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Arabia should investigate the death thoroughly and in a way that adheres to international laws, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday.
Reece Miller is under disciplinary investigation after footage emerged of a fight at the racecourse.
Latest figures also show the number of births in the UK is at its lowest level in over a decade.
Danish police said on Wednesday they had arrested 31 people as part of an international investigation into an organised criminal network with roots in Albania, suspected of smuggling drugs and weapons.
Home Office files show child killer stayed in same hospital as youths with mental illness
The Moors murderer Ian Brady came in contact with vulnerable borstal boys for more than five years at Wormwood Scrubs prison, Home Office files in the National Archives show.
The child killer was allowed to stay in the prison’s hospital for several months after one of the young inmates alleged he had sex with him, according to the records, seen by the BBC. Continue reading...
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on Wednesday moved closer to opening a full investigation into alleged crimes against the Rohingya people who were driven from Myanmar to Bangladesh.
Trade minister rejected Boris Johnson’s claim exporters would be spared tariffs after no deal
Eurosceptic Conservative MPs have hit back at the trade secretary, Liam Fox, for “ludicrously tilting at windmills”, after he rejected Boris Johnson’s claim that exporters would be spared tariffs if Britain left the EU without a deal.
The former foreign secretary has promised to take Britain out of the EU on 31 October, with or without a deal, “do or die”. Continue reading...
Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace on a long-term contract, the BBC reported on Wednesday.
The European Union's top court ruled on Wednesday that cities needed to act if pollution levels were exceeded in a single black spot rather than based on an average across a region, taking a hard line in a case brought by Brussels residents.
Twitter users accuse reality star of cultural appropriation with new underwear line
The American television star Kim Kardashian West has caused controversy in Japan by naming her new line of shapewear Kimono, prompting some to accuse her of disrespecting the traditional outfit.
The reality TV star unveiled the Kimono line on Twitter, stating she had been working for a year on the underwear to offer “solutions for women that actually work”. Continue reading...
Russia will make first delivery of the S-400 missile systems to Turkey in July, Russian news agencies cited the head of Russian state arms exporter Rosoboronexport saying on Wednesday, in accordance with the earlier-stated plans.
The Manchester City footballer and his wife Rita "failed to pay certain expenses", a judge says.
Countries across Europe are taking extraordinary measures as a heatwave bringing record-breaking June temperatures takes hold.
Theresa May will call for an end to the "postcode lottery" in room size and storage in new homes.
The German government still supports the 'Spitzenkandidat' system for appointing the new president of the European Commission, but it is proving complicated to implement, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday.
Only a handful of liquid water lakes had previously been detected under the kilometres-thick ice sheet.
Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani will visit Pakistan on Thursday to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan, less than a week after its neighbour hosted Afghan opposition leaders to discuss ways to end an 18-year-long war.
Britain's foreign ministry said on Wednesday it would continue to defend its position over Hong Kong after Beijing accused the UK of interfering in China's internal affairs.
Weather forecasters think parts of the 5G network could interfere with meteorology communications.
Images of squat toilets flash on to the screen as around 80 men and a smattering of women listen intently to their teacher tell them of the importance of following President Xi Jinping's instructions on bringing a toilet revolution to China.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will next Tuesday set a date for a parliamentary vote on whether he can stay on in the role, a Socialist party source said, triggering a two-month countdown that could potentially lead to a new election.
Oman said on Wednesday it was planning to open a new diplomatic mission in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and that a delegation from its foreign ministry would go to Ramallah for that purpose.
England manager Phil Neville says defenders Steph Houghton and Millie Bright are "major doubts" for their women's World Cup quarter-final against Norway in Le Havre on Thursday.
Spanish police discover cocaine in luggage of soldier en route to Tokyo summit
Spanish police have arrested a soldier travelling with Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro’s advance party for the G20 summit in Japan after 39kg of cocaine was discovered in his luggage during a stopover in Seville.
A spokesman for the Guardia Civil said the man was arrested on Tuesday after his plane landed at the Andalucían airport. Continue reading...
Mark Fullbrook to run daily operations and Iain Duncan Smith is campaign chair
Boris Johnson has appointed Lynton Crosby’s business partner Mark Fullbrook to sharpen up his Tory leadership campaign.
The frontrunner relied heavily on two MPs, Gavin Williamson and Grant Shapps, as well as a former MP, James Wharton, to win over colleagues during the initial phase of whittling down the candidates to a shortlist of two. Continue reading...
The European Commission repeated on Wednesday that the European Union was not prepared to renegotiate the withdrawal agreement struck with London despite the plans of British prime ministerial candidates to draw up a new exit deal with Brussels.