Johnson ‘not resigning’ even if govt rejects the Queen’s Speech
The text - written by the government and read to parliament by the Queen - outlined 26 pieces of legislation ministers are hoping to push through in the months ahead.
Thousands of jobs saved by the buyout of UK's Thomas Cook stores
The travel agent went bust in September, but now a rival has bought out the high street stores and protected many of the jobs.
Over 270 people arrested during climate change protests in London
Although London saw the biggest demonstrations, there were also protests in Berlin, Amsterdam and Sydney on Monday.
Rich Hong Kong citizens rush for ‘golden visas’ in Europe
Golden visa schemes are particularly attractive in Europe because of the freedom of movement principle allowing citizens to travel to the other countries in the bloc without a visa.
EU leaders consider Johnson’s proposals to end Brexit impasse
The UK prime minister told them ‘it's a take it or leave it’ deal they faced and said if the EU was flexible, as the UK had been, a deal could be reached.
Brexit: Irish politicians reject UK govt’s proposed border plans
The problem of how to create a workable solution to allow trade and movement of people between Northern Ireland and Ireland remained at the heart of the Brexit impasse.
Brexit countdown overshadows UK parties’ annual conferences
As a result, eye-catching initiatives meant to show a bold, brave future for the UK were being side-lined by the countdown to Brexit.
World biggest economies club together to tackle Amazon fires
The United Kingdom has already pledged R180 million to provide technical and financial help to Brazil.
Shock, condemnation as world leaders pledge support to France after attack
Eighty-four people died, while 50 others are in a critical condition after the Bastille Day attack.
New Islamic State video threatens attack in Washington, other countries
In the video, it warns the US and its allies who take part in air strikes on Syria will be attacked.