New policy of charging for food and drink could spark tray envy
Former British ambassador reportedly warned that Theresa May was not doing enough to prepare the UK in the event of a 'disorderly' departure from the EU
Concrete barriers, armed police and trucks are being used to prevent attackers driving vehicles into crowds
The boy's stepfather admits to forcing the child to stand outside as a punishment for taking food from the fridge
Comments come as senior Labour MPs accuse party leadership of paving way for hard Brexit
Falling demand for travel between the British and Belgian capitals will see Channel Tunnel services slashed from January
City council to pay tribute to MP as part of scheme to honour notable women
But cheap tickets through the Channel Tunnel come with many strings attached
PM reportedly made to wait until ‘long after the waiters were waiting to clear the dishes away’ at the council dinner in Brussels
'I say very firmly; if Madame Theresa May wants a hard Brexit, then talks will be hard too'
'The real victims of this are the victims of the Paris attacks. They have a right to know'
'There was no face slapping, there was no digs, there was nothing,' insists politician
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Arsonists were attempting to destroy files, Belgian authorities say
One or more attackers ram car through three fences at city’s institute of criminology
The US warned that if Brussels pushes ahead with threatened plans to demand as much as £14.4bn from Apple for alleged unpaid taxes it will 'consider potential responses'