'We will be watching as part of our steadfast commitment to keep Britain safe,' says Defence Secretary Michael Fallon
Mr Trump faced a tough crowd on Thursday night
Former jihadis also say the group is also suffering from a loss of revenue as it loses territory, and specifically, oil fields
The EU is 'considering threatening Russia with sanctions' over the bombardment of besieged Aleppo
If it follows normal navigation rules, 'the most powerful Russian naval task force to sail in northern Europe since 2014' will pass through the British side of the Channel - hours after Theresa May demanded 'a robust stance in the face of Russian aggression'
Sir Brian Unwin, a former Treasury mandarin, said David Davis had misread the situation
The Rasmussen poll puts the Republican at 43% versus Hillary Clinton at 40%
The vote increases pressure for a formal process to withdraw Sir Philip's honour
In some places the US-backed Iraqi coalition is just four miles away from outskirts of Isis-held city following three days of heavy fighting
'I say it's rigged,' says Mr Trump
Ms Clinton has triumphed over Trump in each of the three debates but the margin of her success narrows each time
Why Trump lost the final debate - and his shot at being president
Iran has reportedly broken with tradition to stream the debates, on three different channels
Mr Trump denies he said Japan should be able to defend itself with nuclear weapons
A look at some of the claims in the debate and how they compare with the facts
Search traffic spiked for the adverb, as people on social media rushed to correct the Republiican nominee
'Be the nasty woman you'd like to see in the world'
No candidate from either party has secured the presidency without winning Ohio for more than 50 years
None of the allegations have been proven false
While Trump was somewhat more prepared and restrained during this debate, he still could not resist taking jabs and Clinton
Voters say the Democratic nominee has won her third debate in a row
The third debate in Las Vegas was the most substantive so far, but nonetheless descended into another argument over the character and integrity of the two nominees
Top to bottom, this was Trump's most consistent and best debate. But, it wasn't a good debate
Hillary Clinton tells property tycoon he is Russia's 'puppet'
As Ms Clinton took a swipe at Mr Trump's questionable tax history, he interrupted her with his worst insult yet
'You should ask Bernie Sanders who he is supporting. He said you are the most dangerous person to run for president in the modern history of America. I think he's right'
‘I will look at election results at the time’, Trump says
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have clashed over the rights of women to have abortions as the candidates locked horns in Las Vegas in the final US presidential debate.
The #BadHombres hashtag started trending internationally within minutes
He also blamed the allegations on the Clinton campaign
He also downplayed the impact of Hillary Clinton’s double-digit lead in the polls
Victim Angela Ferguson told a reporter: 'He won't break into nobody else's house'
Isis fighters launch suicide bombs and booby traps to slow onslaught
If the lander has failed to land safely on the planet's surface, it has grim echoes of the Beagle 2's problems
The PM said negotiations could take more than the prescribed two years
David Davies has been criticised by the The British Association of Social Workers, which said dental checks would be unethical
Prince Turki bin Saud al-Kabir was sentenced to death after the victim’s family declined a compensation settlement
'Inappropriate and unethical' tests would not accurately prove whether someone was under 18 anyway
The Metropolitan Police have launched a murder investigation into the incident
Former primary school teacher Kevin Mackay aims to eliminate food waste, but not by the usual means. Armed with Fred the fox, he's educating young children on how to combat food waste in the home
William Hill slashes odds on Trump victory amid betting patterns eerily reminiscent of those seen in the lead up to the EU referendum
Trump continues to claim the election is rigged amid several sexual assault accusations and polls that are indicating a big win for Hillary Clinton
The finding might explain why Mr Trump appeared convinced he won the debate, despite the official polls
'We would prefer that they are taken away from the community'
RT calls the decision over their accounts 'incomprehensible'
Josette Duran spoke about her pride in her son on Facebook
'Voter fraud is very, very common,' says Republican candidate, despite overwhelming evidence to contrary
Leadership favourite says Ukip ‘lacks direction, it lacks a purpose and it lacks any semblance of professional organisation’
39-year-old was 'incredibly strong and fit' until he died within days of starting to complain of migraines and allegedly vomiting a black liquid
'Long live freedom of speech!' broadcaster's editor-in-chief says
She will probably face charges of insulting the monarchy
Controversial leader dismisses deaths of innocent people and children as 'collateral damage'
It has sold more than 200 million copies since its launch in 1991, helping thousands of people facing ‘disaster’ to get back to work. Chris McCormack sells the magazine on the streets of west London, and has picked up a few celebrity fans along the way
Residents are starting an armed uprising burning militant vehicles and stealing weapons as US-backed offensive begins, reports say
‘If you took migrant workers out of the supply chain you would within five days have no fresh British produce on the supermarket shelves’
The footballer says he had consensual sex with the woman before leaving the room via a fire exit
Natasha Massey says their plans for the future are 'more children and to get married'
Wales international and Chesterfield striker wins five year battle to clear his name
'If it was a person, it would be on life support'
The SNP outlined its new pitch to voters in a second referendum, which it is consulting on
No casualties have been reported following the incident
'Donald, you know all about sexual predators...' '...You are one!'
'We welcome the opportunity to have a court set him straight,' wrote the Times's lawyer, after the Republican nominee accused the paper of libel
Donald Tusk dismisses one of Leave campaign's key claims and, as unlikely as it seems, insists there is a way for Britain still to stay in the EU if it changes its mind
The Metropolitan Police confirm
At a rally, Ms Obama called the comments about women ‘intolerable’ and said ‘enough is enough’
Incident comes just months after the shooting of Harambe, a silverback gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo
'We’ve had issues with our eldest son and our middle son as well, but this episode with our youngest was the final nail in the coffin,' says the boy's father
Mr Bone aimed to capitalise on his status as America's sweetheart. He ended up with a tirade of angry tweets
SNP leader calls Tory government 'deeply ugly'