THIS is the shocking moment a man is knocked out cold during a mass brawl outside a shopping centre. Footage shows the victim being punched to the floor and sickpassers-by laughing as he lies unconscious on the street. The clip starts with a terrified wom
One man chosen refused, saying he was a doctor who had to see patients in the morning. That's when police were called and the man was physically dragged down
Pictures as police attend Parliament and MPs are in lockdown after a shooting and a stabbing.
A policeman has been stabbed and his apparent attacker shot dead by officers in a major security incident at the Houses of Parliament.
We bring you live updates as emergency services swarm Westminster amid firearms incident.
Editorial: A regular sum paid to all citizens or residents, whether or not they are in work, will not solve the problems of earnings inequality and stagnant wage growth
When the High Court decreed last November that Parliamentary approval was required to trigger Article 50, the Remain lobby was jubilant, the Government downcast.
More than 1100 German police have searched 54 homes, business premises and mosques in Frankfurt and other towns in the western state of Hesse and arrested a Tunisian man suspected of planning an attack.
Britains departure from the EU moved a step closer on Wednesday evening, when MPs voted overwhelmingly in favor of the governments Brexit bill, by 498 to 114 votes.
With far-right leader Geert Wilders ahead in the polls, progressive Islamic party hopes to halt rightward drift
"Trump is the only person I've met in my life that makes me feel like an introvert."
A bust of Winston Churchill has been returned to the Oval Office, afterDonald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. The statue was removed from the Oval Office by Barack Obama, who putit outside the Treaty Room in the private quar
TERRORISTS in Europe are now capable of bringing down aircraft, Spanish police warned as they revealed the details of a huge weapons seizure this week.
The UK ranks 21 out of 30 advanced economies in the World Economic Forum's Inclusive Development Index.
The estimates from Eurostat confirm the expectation that Britain, already the most crowded major European country except for Holland, will continue to grow quickly in numbers.
ENVIRONMENT SECRETARY Andrea Leadsom today signalled the Government will allow British farmers to continue to hire EU migrant workers after Brexit.
She won't be here forever. Here's what happens next.
By John Lloyd A heavy cold and a nation shivers. The cold is that attributed, this week, to Britains Queen Elizabeth II (her formal titles wo