UNITED KINGDOM

Murder probe launched after woman found stabbed to death in north...

Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a woman was found stabbed to death in north London. Police were called on Thursday evening to reports...

Jayda Fransen: Deputy leader of far-right group Britain First arrested over...

The deputy leader of far-right group Britain First has been arrested in London over a speech made at a rally in Belfast this summer. Jayda...

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Teenage girl lay dying in the back seat of a car while two men...

Two men drove around for hours looking for prostitutes on their phones while a teenage girl lay dying in the back seat after they...

Jupiter and Venus put on spectacular early-morning planetary display

Venus and Jupiter appeared to risevery close togetherearly Monday morning, offering stargazersan amazing and rare sight. The planets rose on an almost identical path ...

Scotland’s universities ‘to fall down league tables’ unless criteria changed to include number of...

Scotland's universities face falling down prestigious international league tables unless efforts are "redoubled" to convince the organisations that compile them to take account of...

Remembrance Sunday: Queen to watch Whitehall service from balcony for first time as Prince...

The nation will pay silent respect to the country's war dead today in a Remembrance Sunday service led by the Prince of Wales. The Queen...

Feminist theory could help treat anorexia, study suggests 

Feminist theory could be used to treat anorexia, a new study has suggested.  Academics at the University of East Anglia say that patients found discussion...

EUROPE

Britain threatens to scupper EU climate law over ‘Brexit no deal’...

Britain is threatening the future of EU climate change legislation after a 'Brexit no deal' clause was added to a bill being voted on...

Slower growth will force UK to borrow more

The Government will be forced to borrow more than previously thought ­after economists trimmed back their growth forecasts for next year. The economy will grow...

EU relocation looms for medicine and banking bodies

Two of the EU’s most prominent  London-based agencies will find out tomorrow where they are being moved to amid warnings this could slow  medicine...

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