The bill passed with overwhelming support in the Senate and Lower House of Congress
Prices in the upmarket High Street Kensington block start at £1.5m
'The first race is at half past two'
It was initially speculated the page had been deleted after Theresa May's party failed to win a Parliamentary majority
Move comes after Moscow threatens US-led coalition planes in Syrian-controlled airspace will be treated as potential 'targets'
The war has killed more than 10,000 people, displaced more than three million and ruined much of the impoverished country's infrastructure
Model suggests several previously safe Tory seats could go to Labour
'The fact Tommy Robinson has so many supporters makes me sick'
‘I can’t see any reason why the review hasn’t happened,’ former Lib Dem MP Stephen Williams says
‘I think we should be proud of the way we cleared out a lot of the unnecessary regulation to make life easier,’ the Chancellor says
‘There will be a regular budget in November as we had always planned,’ says the Chancellor
‘They bullied them and persecuted those like Nadia and Mariem who were brave enough to speak out, branding them troublemakers’
'How do we get out?'
'We believe that it is the responsibility of the fire industry, rather than the Government'
All that remains of Grenfell Tower is a charred shell
38-year-old son of an Indian immigrant will also be youngest-ever person to hold the office