When asked how President Trump came across the tweets that triggered rare condemnation from British prime minister Theresa May, WH deputy press secretary Raj Shah tells reporters: "Look, we are not going to be focusing on process."
Church of England head calls on Trump to delete anti-Muslim video retweets
"Nothing scheduled on a trip to the UK," says @RajShah45 answering question on Air Force One.
UK PM Theresa May denies deal has been struck on £50bn Brexit bill
7 month ago
Rajasthan: Contingent of over a hundred UK Army personnel arrived at Mahajan Field Firing Ranges to take part in Indo-UK joint military exercise Ajeya Warrior 2017
UK Prime Minister Theresa May met British troops training Iraqi forces fighting against Islamic State during her trip to Iraq
UK PM refuses to rule out British Army squeeze on visit to Iraq
UK financial support for Zimbabwe linked to democratic progress - Foreign Secretary Johnson
Spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May says Trump was wrong to share anti-Muslim videos tweeted by far-right leader
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan: "Britain first is a vile, hate-fuelled organisation whose views should be condemned, not amplified."
7 month ago
British PM @theresa_may reiterates London's support for a unified Iraq during surprise visit to Baghdad
Downing Street hits Trump: "British people overwhelmingly reject the prejudice of the far-right, which it is the antithesis of the values that this country represents: decency tolerance and respect. It is wrong for the President to have done this."
Leader of the UK Labour Party @jeremycorbyn: I hope our Government will condemn far-right retweets by Donald Trump. They are abhorrent, dangerous and a threat to our society
Uber has confirmed its data breach in October 2016 affected approximately 2.7 million user accounts in the UK - data protection regulator
Chief Secretary to the Treasury @trussliz responds to an urgent question about what the expected cost of the UK leaving the EU will be
UK First Secretary of State and Minister for Cabinet Office Green on Russian fake news: We do the National Cyber Security Centre. Some of that work has to remain private, but it is being worked on
Irish border should see no queues post-Brexit - British minister
British Prime Minister Theresa May meets Iraqi counterpart Haider al Abadi in Baghdad - Iraqi state tv
responds to Ken Clarke's question on trading after Brexit saying Britain must "make sure we get the best possible deal so we can move on to trade talks"
Sky Sources: Sam Allardyce has agreed a deal to become the manager of Premier League club Everton
UK First Secretary of State and Minister for Cabinet Office Green on the threats made by Tullip Siddiq to a Channel 4 journalist: The government are in dialogue with Bangladesh
Green on Brexit: We will meet the obligations so we can maintain a deep and special partnership with the 27 members
UK Prime Minister meets with Iraqi counterpart in Baghdad
Green: We are the 4th largest humanitarian donors to the Yemen. Cuts to arms sales would lose jobs. The conflict in Yemen is supported by the UN Security Council
Blackford: The UK govt has received £4.6bn selling arms to Yemen. The people of Yemen are now facing starvation
UK Ambassador to Somalia appeals for unity against gender based violence
UK PM: We now have more doctors more midwives and more nurses in the NHS now. We have more than £6bn extra on health
Damian Green: Industrial strategy will come with money attached
Labour MP Melanie Onn: Thanks to efforts from Labour, Greater Grimbsy Strategy is on Government's Industrial Strategy. When will money come?
Donald Trump's Twitter account has retweeted 3 anti-Muslim videos from a British far-right group
Farage: 80% of the British economy is not involved in any overseas trade at all
Farage: Americans sell $300bn into the EU without a trade deal
Farage: We keep obsessing about our trade relationship with Europe - we need a clean quick break to open up our trade to the rest of the world
Farage: Even if we had been offered tariff-free access to the single market - which we haven't - £50bn wouldn't be worth it. No deal is better than a bad deal and this is a very bad deal indeed.
7 month ago
On the negotiations, Barnier says EU is still waiting on 'sufficent progress' on issues such as citizens' rights, Irish border and finanical settlement but if made, discussions on a possible transitional period will be opened
In a speech at BSC17 EU's chief Brexit negotiatior @MichelBarnier says the UK will no longer be a member of Europol after it leaves the EU but Brexit will not affect bilateral cooperation between certain EU members and the UK
'We are not there yet', says EU's Barnier on Brexit talks
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says he hopes the UK's offer at next month's EU Council will guarantee sufficient progress to move on to the next phase of Brexit talks
UK Prime Minister Theresa May to visit Baghdad today.
Liam Fox: UK not afraid of not getting a Brexit deal
UK and EU agree Brexit financial settlement
_may has embarked on a visit to the Middle East hoping to bolster links with the region post-Brexit
Britain close to deal on Brexit bill with EU: sources
2 men arrested in London and Birmingham on suspicion of being involved in the preparation of terrorism, police say; no further details
Britain denies agreement with the EU as official says 'does not recognize' reports of Brexit bill settlement
Terms of Brexit bill has been agreed according to Telegraph, final figure will be between €45bn and €55bn
Britain and the EU agree Brexit divorce bill
7 month ago
Video: Secretary Tillerson comments on Brexit during his remarks at @TheWilsonCenter.
US calls on EU and Britain to pursue Brexit talks 'quickly'
UK ministers may trigger new vote to block release of full Brexit studies
London City Airport is evacuated due to fire alarm
Kensington Palace has announced Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle will carry out their first official engagement together in Nottingham on Friday
Kensington Palace says Prince Harry's fiancée Meghan Markle, who is a Protestant, will be baptised and confirmed before the wedding
Prince Harry, Meghan to marry in Windsor Castle in May: palace
Kensington Palace has announced Prince Harry and bride-to-be Meghan Markle are to marry at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in May
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer says the UK has become the first country to grant over-the-counter status to its erectile dysfunction drug Viagra which will be available in pharmacies from next year
American Meghan Markle intends to become a British citizen, the palace says
Frances Fitzgerald says she has resigned as Ireland's deputy prime minister over her handling of a police whistleblowing case when she was justice secretary in 2015 in the national interest and to avoid an "unwelcome and potentially destabilising" snap election
Vinh Van Vu, from Manchester, jailed for 15 years and extended licence period for sexual offences against girl
Eagle (UK MP): This is not what people mean by taking back control. This is a huge mess they have got themselves into
Irish deputy PM resigns in bid to avoid early elections: public TV
Walker (UK MP of Conservative Party): We were very clear that the information requested at that time wasn't available in the form that it was asked for. We have subsequently given far more information than we were asked for
UK MP Soubry: The motion referred to the list of sectoral analyses - and it asked for the impact assessments arising from those. David Davis made it clear that those impact assessments existed - and that a summary was given to the Prime Minister
UK Labour MP McFadden: This situation is entirely of the government's own making. It was not up to them what to give and not what to give to the committee
UK MP Rees-Mogg: It's not about being in the government's interests or not. If the govt didn't want to publish they should have voted against. To meet this it is not at the discretion of the government - but of the select committee
UK MP Malhotra: Davis consistently referred to the assessments existing and said that they were in great detail. In November, they suddenly didn't exist.
Bone (UK Conservative Party): I understand dilemma to govt. Previous motion of House was that govt shouldn't publish anything to undermine negotiations, but this motion asked for all info.
UK Labour MP Benn: I resent any accusation that I can not do my job. [and keep sensitive info private]
UK Labour MP Benn: The documents do not contain all the information that the government have. That is not in keeping with the request that the Commons made of them
UK MP Ken Clarke: If the government wishes to not publish the documents it had, it should have voted against the motion. If they wished to redact information, it should have amended the motion. We can't allow sovereignty to be dissolved like this as we leave the EU
Walker (UK Conservative Party): My party takes it's responsibilities to Parliament very seriously
Walker (UK Conservative Party): The material we have provided is substantial. We've shared over 800 pages of analysis
Starmer (UK Labour Party): Before Parliament passed the request, they responded to a Freedom of Information request question 'do these reports exist?' was yes
Starmer (UK Labour Party): This is not a game. These are the most important set of decisions in decades. They need to be properly scrutinised
Starmer (UK Labour Party): Transparency and accountability are two words that the government understand. It is not open to David Davis to simply hand over the things he wants to
Walker (UK Conservative): The reports provided do not contain info that would undermine negotiations, nor on commercial information
Walker (UK Conservative): The committee did not give any firm commitments that information passed to them wouldn't be passed onto the public in full
Walker (UK Conservative): It is important to recognise that there is commercially and confidential information in the documents. Such things must remain private
Walker (UK Conservative): This House asked us to publish impact assessments. We have worked to collate and bring together this info. I'm glad it has been provided widely. We were clear from the start that the documents did not exist from the start
London's 'Gherkin' tower on lockdown, reports of suspicious vehicle