UCL among first to confirm it will not change tuition fees for EU students next year, as European University Association says British institutions are - and remain - 'an essential part of the European family'
Britain could end up with 'the most extreme and toxic version of TTIP', activist says
'At this rate, the UK population will increase by 10 million over the next two decades and continue to go up'
The one place that seems to be exempt from the perilous sense of a future unknown is the UK
The rankings provide 'an annual snapshot of the greatest gastronomic experiences across the globe'
Job cuts come as crude prices slump by more than half
Warnings comes after torrential downpours leave cars submerged in London
Freelance perks mask growing fears of financial ruin for millions
The decision has been called 'totally and utterly nonsensical' by one MP
Transport minister says government is 'interested' in bringing policy to UK to improve safety
With around 2 million students eligible to vote, many say they are 'not getting a clear answer' from either In or Out campaigns
British Airways has cancelled around 40 flights due to fly to, from or over France on the instructions of the French government
Australia celebrates 'National Sorry Day' on the 26th May. By coincidence, it’s also when the South American nation of Guyana celebrate their independence from British colonial rule
Sweden's prime minister announced his country will work towards becoming 'one of the first fossil fuel-free welfare states of the world'
French Police have issued an alcohol ban from 6am to 6am during all Euro 2016 games taking place in the small northern city of Lens
The Supreme Court upheld the decision of both the High Court and Court of Appeal stating expats are not eligible to vote on 23 June