Police have been out in force patrolling election counts across the country in the wake of recent deadly terror attacks in Manchester and London.
One of the world's best-loved film stars has endorsed the Labour leader in the UK general election.
The partner of a fallen Fife soldier has demanded that Tony Blair faces criminal charges after it was revealed defence chiefs dragged their heels tackling the weapon which killed her loved one.
Britain’s invasion of Iraq was based on flawed intelligence and launched before peaceful options for disarmament had been exhausted, Sir John Chilcot said today.
Tony Blair "misrepresented the facts" when he told MPs about Iraq's chemical weapon capabilities, former UN inspector Hans Blix has claimed.
Britain as a whole has opted for divorce with Brussels, but Scotland voted strongly to remain. What happens next?
David Cameron has announced he will stand down after Britain voted to leave the EU.
The Courier had reporting teams at local counts, and watching the national picture, as Britain voted on its relationship with the EU. See all of our coverage here, and our updates as the night unfolded below:
The House of Commons has met in "heartbreaking sadness" and "heartfelt solidarity" to pay tribute to Jo Cox, Speaker John Bercow said as several MPs broke down in tears.
Flags are flying at half mast in Scotland as a mark of respect to Labour MP Jo Cox.