David Cameron failed to deliver on a promise to prohibit their use while he was in power
The Syrian High Commission is meeting in London on Wednesday to discuss the possibility of removing President Bashar al-Assad from power in a transitional peace deal
Call comes as almost a third of international students tell recent survey they are less likely to study in post-Brexit Britain because the country feels 'less welcoming'
13ft high barrier will stretch for one kilometre along dual carriageway approaching port
Australian PM says he is 'very committed' to having 'very open markets between Australia and Britain'
Do they secretly hate us? Is it a mistake to irritate them? Why are they so keen to invest in Britain?
The Purchasing Managers’ Index for builders improved to 49.2 last month, following yesterday’s report of a surprise manufacturing surge
As British Airways re-launches services from Heathrow to Tehran, and US airlines reconnect with Cuba, Simon Calder considers the air routes that don’t exist
Madrid has suggested the Rock should come under joint sovereignty with Spain following the referendum vote to leave the EU
Group leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen accused of 'causing community tensions'
Without the EU referendum, we would be living under a Miliband government. In the second of two articles our Chief Political Commentator examines the argument against deciding complex questions by referendums by trying to imagine what would have happened if our constitution ruled them out
Experts say prices will likely weaken as heightened uncertainty following the UK’s vote to leave the EU weighs down on consumer confidence
‘We did a few dives. And there it was, the stern section, about maybe half a metre coming up from the sand,’ says an Arctic historian on the expedition
Senior officials have warned they can veto UK's admission into the group
Today is Yorkshire Day, celebrating the region's rural beauty and rich history, with exciting craft beer and live music scenes to boot
Threat level remains at 'Severe'