Russia orders out 60 U.S. diplomats over spy poisoning affair
Russia to respond in kind in diplomatic row over ex-spy, to shut U.S. consulate
Health of poisoned ex-Russian spy's daughter 'improving rapidly': hospital
Yulia Skripal is "improving rapidly and is no longer in a critical condition. Her condition is stable". Her father Sergei remains in a critical but stable condition, Salisbury NHS Trust said
UK PM Theresa May went all the way to Bangor for a meeting with Northern Irish farmers
Slovenia Recalls Ambassador to Russia for Consultations
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says that Russian diplomats expelled by other countries in response to a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain, will not be allowed enter the country
The Russian foreign ministry says the UK is breaking international law by refusing to provide information about the daughter of poisoned former spy Sergei Skripal
Turkey's Erdoğan says will not back Britain in Russia dispute "Just because some countries took steps based on a claim, we are not in a position to take a similar step," Erdoğan told reporters.
UK's information commissioner welcomes Facebook's move to shut down its partner category service, using third party data
Irish PM Leo Varadkar has said it is "unbelievably frustrating" that homeless figures continue to rise and admitted that the figures released yesterday show a "very disturbing increase"
Georgia is expelling one Russian diplomat.
UK PM and Chancellor have promised Defence Secretary a rise in defence budget post MDP review
on post-Brexit trade with non-EU partners: Discussions have begun with the government of Hong Kong on a future services agreement
UK trade minister Fox says would not support longer Brexit transition period
Former Russian spy poisoned by nerve agent on door of home in England: police
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on form in his Mansion House speech last night: "Russia makes Novichok, we make light sabres"
May considers banning City of London from selling Russian debt
May welcomes U.S. expulsions over spy attack in call with Trump
Ecuador cutting off WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's communications outside London embassy
The Irish government has announced it will hold the referendum on whether to liberalise abortion laws on Friday 25 May
Former leader of the English Defence League Tommy Robinson has been suspended from Twitter after his account was taken down for violating the platform's policies on "hateful conduct"
Prime Minister's spokesman says Theresa May has spoken to President Trump to welcome the decision of the United States to expel 60 Russian diplomats over the Salisbury nerve agent attack
FM Erjavec says Slovenia unlikely to take action against Russia as circumstances of Salisbury attack "unclear"
Suspended CEO of Cambridge Analytica Alexander Nix will appear before UK parliamentary committee - likely to take place April 17
Malta withdraws ambassador from Russia for consultations
Clara Ponsati hands herself in to Scottish police and raises over £130,000 for legal fees in five hours
Montenegro to Expel Russian Diplomat Over UK Nerve Gas Attack
UK PM Theresa May announces that the MOD will get access to £600m this year for the Dreadnought nuclear sub programme
Guardian: Catalan academic will resist extradition from Scotland to Spain
Russia has said the UK most prove British intelligence services did not poison former spy Sergei Skripal
Scotland Yard has said detectives investigating the Hatton Garden safety deposit raid in April 2015 have arrested a 57-year-old man on suspicion of burglary
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UK PM Theresa May comment on appointment of General Carter as next Head of the Armed Forces
Former Catalan education minister Clara Ponsati has handed herself in to police in Edinburgh after she was made the subject of a European Arrest Warrant
Downing Street has announced General Sir Nicholas Carter has been appointed the new Chief of the Defence Staff
General Sir Nick Carter (@ArmyCGS ) has been appointed new UK Chief of the Defence Staff (Head of the UK military)
Britain will deploy all capabilities to defeat enemies - May
Australian Trade Minister calls for "a high quality and ambitious" trade deal with the UK
Boris Johnson: Expulsions of Russian diplomats are a "very good omen" for UK's post-Brexit relationships
Britain to propose new solution to avoid hard border in Ireland, The Times says
Luxembourg recalling ambassador to Moscow over UK spy poisoning: statement
Britain to introduce new counter-terrorism legislation soon, security minister says
Britain's Corbyn under fire over Russia, anti-Semitism and Brexit
Australian government says not planning to boycott World Cup
Russia’s Ambassador to Australia said on Wednesday the world will enter into a “Cold War situation” should the West continue its bias against Moscow in response to the nerve agent attack against a former Soviet spy in Britain
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NATO joins dozens of governments expelling Russian officials in reaction to the Skripal poisoning in Britain @AFP