Half a month’s worth of rain has fallen in 24 hours across parts of the country, leading to flooding and travel disruption.
A second warship has arrived in the Strait of Hormuz to protect British ships as the Iranian seizure of a tanker goes into its second week.
Demolition work has begun at a record-breaking power station that provided the UK with energy for 50 years.
Representatives from Europe, China and Russia, nations that are still committed to the Iran nuclear deal, plan to meet Iran’s representative in Vienna on Sunday to discuss how to salvage the unravelling accord.
Fearne Cotton has said that her two children are not very interested in their grandfather Ronnie Wood’s status as a Rolling Stones rocker.
Coach Trevor Bayliss admits he had a “fairly stern chat” with England’s players after they rallied to avoid an embarrassing Test defeat to Ireland.
President Vladimir Putin has led Russia’s first major naval parade in years, a day after hundreds of anti-government protesters were detained in violent clashes with police in Moscow.
The way of life of a community of nuns is under threat from proposals to build a housing estate next to their secluded ancient home, campaigners have claimed.
An Afghan official said on Sunday that the government would hold its first-ever direct talks with the Taliban within two weeks, but the insurgents quickly denied any such meeting was planned and reiterated their opposition to negotiating with government representatives in their official capacity.
A police officer has released a charity single to raise money for motor neurone disease patients after his former boss was diagnosed with the illness.