Map. History of UK conflict

18 February 2018
15 hour ago
Henry Bolton sacked as @UKIP leader
16 hour ago
British Geological Society says a magnitude 4.4 earthquake has struck approximately 20km from Swansea in south west Wales at a depth of 7.4km which only happens in the UK every two to three years
23 hour ago
Britain's PM May says there is no question of a second Brexit referendum
British PM @Theresa_May says the European Union and UK should reach security agreement by the end of 2019.23 hour ago
British PM @Theresa_May says the European Union and UK should reach security agreement by the end of 2019.
27-year-old Aidan James who has spoken publicly about fighting with the Kurdish People's Protection Units against Islamic State in Syria has been charged with three terror offences
[email protected] reminding Britain it can not take for granted that there will be vital transition period after Brexit - nothing agreed until everything is agreed
UK retail sales weaker than expected, barely rise in January.
EU budget chief Günther Oettinger says he wants Berlin to pay at least 3 billion euros more to cope with new tasks after Brexit. Oettinger, who is German, says it may sound like a lot, but it's only an extra 10 cents a day more for everyone in Germany
UK to seek EU mutual recognition deal for financial services: FT
Home Secretary @AmberRuddHR joins officers at Stratford today, as they work together with @BTP and @TFL as part the ongoing stop knife crime initiative
The Irish government have published their Brexit impact report on the Irish economy, conducted by Copenhagen Economics
Ireland, Britain to seek to re-establish Northern Ireland talks
Westminster involvement in Northern Ireland governance 'inevitable'
The UK Government judges that the Russian Government, specifically the Russian military, was responsible for the destructive NotPetya cyber-attack of June 2017. The attack showed a continued disregard for Ukrainian sovereignty
The UK Government judges that the Russian Government, specifically the Russian military, was responsible for the destructive NotPetya cyber-attack of June 2017. The attack showed a continued disregard for Ukrainian sovereignty
U.K. blames Russia for cyber attack, says won't tolerate disruption
Prime Minister Theresa May says "my thoughts and prayers are with the people of Florida and the whole of the United States" after 17 people were killed in a shooting at a school in Parkland in Florida
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley says the Government still thinks devolved government is the best way forward in Stormont
Sinn Fein Stormont leader Michelle O'Neill says the DUP has collapsed the power-sharing talks in Northern Ireland
Chinese Foreign Ministry statement on British Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson's announcement in Australia that HMS Sutherland will transit the SouthChinaSea en route back to the UK.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has announced that there is "no prospect" of a return to devolved government at Stormont
North Ireland's Adams loses attempt to overturn jailbreak conviction
UK's Johnson keeps hard Brexit stance in speech aimed at mending fences
Juncker responds to BoJo comments says: some in British political society are against the truth pretending that I'm a stupid stubborn federalist that I'm in favour of a European superstate. I am against this EU can't be built against European nations this is total nonsens
Man dies after vehicles collide at London's Heathrow Airport
Johnson: Brexit is not just a great liberal project but a project in time which can in time unite this country. So let's do it with confidence together
Johnson: I say to my remaining remainer friends (actually quite a numerous bunch) More peole have voted for Brexit than anything in the history of this country. If we had a 2nd ref, there would be a year of feuding in which the whole country would be the loser
Johnson: The crucial thing is, when we are running ourselves, we will no longer be able to blame Brussels for our woes. No one should think that Brexit is an economic panacea The success of Brexit depends on what we make of it
Scotland Yard says a man aged in his 40s has died after two airport vehicles crashed on the airfield at Heathrow
Johnson: The cost of EU regulation is about 4% of GDP it's only by taking back control of our laws, UK firms will have the freedom to innovate