Chancellor: No deal Brexit challenges will be of 'a short term nature'
Chancellor Sajid Javid tells Sky News "I absolutely trust the prime minister and his word" after Downing Street denies an allegation by journalist Charlotte Edwardes that Boris Johnson squeezed her thigh at a private lunch in 1999 while he was editor of 'The Spectator' magazine
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Dublin Fire Brigade: Dolphin's Barn firefighters at a waste fire followed by a van fire in Crumlin tonight.
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Police arrest four men following disturbance at licensed premises in Antrim
Downing Street has denied an allegation by journalist Charlotte Edwardes that Prime Minister Boris johnson squeezed her thigh at a private lunch in 1999 while he was the editor of the Spectator
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has no questions to answer over his ties with U.S. businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri
Boris Johnson 'could face no-confidence vote next week', senior SNP figure says
We utterly condemn Taliban threats against Afghan election; they are despicable; if the Taliban want to have a place in a future Afghanistan, they need to respect the democratic process; civilians, voting stations, election workers are not legitimate targets: UK deputy ambassador
A Downing Street spokesperson says as Mayor of London Boris Johnson did "a amount of work" to sell the city to the world and "everything was done with propriety and in the normal way" in response to a potential investigation into alleged misconduct
A Downing Street spokesperson says as Mayor of London Boris Johnson did "everything was done with propriety and in the normal way" in response to a potential investigation into alleged misconduct connected to his friendship with an American businesswoman
The Greater London Authority has referred Prime Minister Boris Johnson to the Independent Office for Police Conduct for a possible investigation into whether he committed misconduct in a public office in connection to his friendship with American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri
Sources say UK will submit "concrete proposals" for a Brexit deal after Tory Party conference (which ends on October 2nd), but in time to be scrutinised before the European Council, which starts on October 17th
West Midlands Police says a 36-year-old man has been charged with a public order offence after a disturbance outside the constituency office of the Birmingham Yardley MP Jess Phillips
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UK government issues statement condemning Assad and allies (Russia, Iran) for a chemical attack in Syria last May
A 10-year-old girl who died following a suspected hit-and-run in Newcastle has been named by Northumbria Police as Melissa Tate
British Foreign Secretary: We are working with international partners to protect navigation and the rule of international law after the release of the ship detained by Iran
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SAT-AIS just reported 50 minutes ago (2019-09-27 04:49 UTC) that the Stena Impero is FINALLY BACK ONLINE at this position. 27.055°, 56.12833°
Emergency services are dealing with an incident between London Waterloo and Clapham Junction and some lines are blocked. Trains may be cancelled, delayed or changed until the end of the day, today
Greater Manchester Police are attending an incident in Piccadilly Gardens
Northumbria Police says a 10-year-old girl has died followed a suspected hit-and-run in Kenton in Newcastle
Britain's biggest carmaker, Jaguar Land Rover, will close its British factories for a week in November to cope with Brexit, its boss said today - a plan automakers are adopting to help prepare for any disruption resulting from a no-deal
Buckingham Palace has announced Princess Beatrice has become engaged to property businessman Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
Man charged with murder of Lewis Bagshaw in Sheffield. He is due in court this morning
Boris Johnson asked if he will seek extension in line with legislation passed by MPs if a deal isn't passed. PM says simply "No"
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Boris Johnson saying the best way to ensure MPs' safety is to deliver Brexit
The husband of murdered MP Jo Cox says he feels "a bit sick" after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the best way to honour her name is to get Brexit done
In the House of Commons, @BorisJohnson has just said the words: "The best way to honour Jo Cox's memory is to get Brexit done."
Downing Street says if opposition MPs do not table a no-confidence motion in the Government tonight then it will assume Parliament is behind the Prime Minister's Brexit plan and Boris Johnson does not rule out a second prorogation in order to achieve it
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he thinks the Supreme Court was "wrong to pronounce on what is essentially a political question"
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will use his statement in the House of Commons to invite opposition parties to call for a vote of no-confidence in his Government