Map. History of UK conflict

26 September 2017
Firefighters are tackling a huge blaze engulfing a Poundland shop and the flats in East London1 month ago
Firefighters are tackling a huge blaze engulfing a Poundland shop and the flats in East London
1 month ago
London fire brigade says 15 fire engines and 97 firefighters and officers tackling blaze in a discount store on Old Church Road in Chingford
1 month ago
2 US B-1 bombers and a B-52 now in U.K. for exercises in Slovakia, Poland, and Czech Rep. over next 3 weeks
1 month ago
UK Govt paper says "withdrawal will mean UK and EU will have own autonomous legal orders" and "bring about an end to direct jurisdiction of ECJ"
1 month ago
The UK Government has published policy papers detailing its position on the UK's relationship with the European Court of Justice
1 month ago
The Prime Minister Theresa May says the Supreme Court will be the "ultimate arbiter " of UK law after Brexit
1 month ago
The Metropolitan Police says one of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire has been formally identified as 50-year-old Ernie Vital
1 month ago
Crews are currently investigating a fire alert on the Docklands Light Railway at Bank station.
1 month ago
Gardaí and emergency services at scene of the incident at junction of Harcourt Rd and Adelaide Rd in Dublin. The collision happened at 6.16pm
Dublin: Scene of crash on Adelaide Road. Six people injured after car crashed into pedestrians.1 month ago
Dublin: Scene of crash on Adelaide Road. Six people injured after car crashed into pedestrians.
1 month ago
6 people injured in a road crash in Dublin city centre. Gardai say it appears pedestrians struck by a car, but not a hit and run incident.
1 month ago
Metropolitan Police: one of the victims who died in the Grenfell Tower fire has been formally identified as 65-year-old Sakina Afrasehabi
1 month ago
Police investigating stabbing in Ipswich have arrested five people in connection with the incident
Coalisland man convicted after reversing his car up to shop door and pumping it full of exhaust fumes1 month ago
Coalisland man convicted after reversing his car up to shop door and pumping it full of exhaust fumes
Post mortem examinations amid investigation into sudden deaths in Ballymena of men now confirmed as aged 43 and 511 month ago
Post mortem examinations amid investigation into sudden deaths in Ballymena of men now confirmed as aged 43 and 51
In pictures: The scene of the Basildon fire1 month ago
In pictures: The scene of the Basildon fire
People gathered outside parliament to watch Big Ben's penultimate bongs1 month ago
People gathered outside parliament to watch Big Ben's penultimate bongs
Chinooks from RAF Odiham arrive at RAF Cosford.1 month ago
Chinooks from RAF Odiham arrive at RAF Cosford.
1 month ago
UK Edinburgh - Area released. Item was harmless.
Canadians departing Prestwick today for Romania1 month ago
Canadians departing Prestwick today for Romania
1 month ago
UK Edinburgh - City center street sealed off due to suspicious item
1 month ago
Police in Finland say one of the people injured in the knife attack in Turku on Friday is a British citizen
Theresa May says the UK 1 month ago
Theresa May says the UK "stands shoulder to shoulder with Spain" and that a number of Brits were "caught up in the attack"
1 month ago
UK PM: Urgent work to find 'missing' British child in Barcelona
1 month ago
UK Foreign Office says "small number" of Britons were injured in terror attacks in Spain - additional staff have been sent to Barcelona to help
1 month ago
Judge dismisses application for a gay man married in London to have his marriage recognised in Northern Ireland.
1 month ago
UK Ministry of Justice: prison officer recruitment numbers at highest since records began with a net increase of 868 new officers since January
Royal Navy aircraft carrier @HMSQnlz while entering Portsmouth this morning1 month ago
Royal Navy aircraft carrier @HMSQnlz while entering Portsmouth this morning
1 month ago
British Foreign Ministry denied Damascus accusations of Western chemical weapons in Syria
1 month ago
House of Commons spokesperson says it would not be "practical or a good use of public money" to start and stop Big Ben's bongs each day