One day it’s ‘extreme vetting’, the next day the policy is ‘not extreme’
Exclusive: Fears ban will be made permanent and rolled out to other countries
Trump has suspended all US refugee programmes and banned immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, three of which are AU members
‘Discrimination on nationality alone is forbidden under human rights law’
Manning was found guilty of leaking secrets to WikiLeaks, but had most of her sentence commuted in one of Barack Obama's last acts as President
In 2015 the Senate voted overwhelmingly to ban all forms of torture in the US
PM says new agricultural policy will include 'all parts of the UK' - including its wealthiest landed gentry
Mr Trump said on Monday he still believes completely unverified claims that 'three to five million' illegal votes were cast in the election
‘This provides welcome certainty for the beginning of the negotiations’
Sources say MPs may be called to vote on the Brexit legislation as early as next week
The Big Question: What happens now the Government has lost its Brexit legal case?
An Italian rescue helicopter has crashed in the mountains near the site of a deadly avalanche that killed more than a dozen people last week, according to local media.
The pilgrims were on their way to Medina after visiting Mecca
‘Many civilians including personnel of the Red Cross and MSF were wounded’
PM simply says she is 'sure' MPs and Lords would not vote against referendum result
Theresa May has said Britain will not remain a full member of the EU customs union after Brexit, saying the UK wants to open up to negotiate its own trade deals with the rest of the world.