Theresa May’s determination to avoid a no-deal Brexit has been fuelled by bad briefings on the perils of quitting the EU without an agreement, a former minister has said.
The Eurosceptic press in Britain has played a large role in the negative perception of the EU as a remote and soulless technocracy, a special adviser to the EU Commission president has said.
Legal troubles are piling up for Carlos Ghosn after French carmaker Renault said it had flagged to judicial authorities serious problems with his expenses during his time as chairman of the company.
A police officer has told a court sexual comments he made to a vulnerable victim of domestic violence were “merely rapport-building” aimed at helping his inquiries.
Drug use in prisons is now “widespread”, an official report has warned.
Raheem Sterling branded criticism of Moise Kean laughable while the Italian Football Federation issued an apology after the teenage Juventus striker was racially abused by fans.
Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield could face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans after a jury failed to reach a verdict.
A second minister has quit the Government as Theresa May’s decision to hold Brexit talks with Jeremy Corbyn sparked intense anger among Tories.
Thousands of Windrush scandal victims will share in a £200 million compensation scheme launched on Wednesday by the Government.
An MP who was the target of a neo-Nazi murder plot was applauded in the Commons and urged consideration of non-jury terrorism trials.