Several General Election campaign events have been cancelled after a terrorist killed two people in a knife rampage in central London.
The cost of building the new nuclear power station at Hinkley is estimated to increase by between £1.9 billion and £2.9 billion.
Iran has alleged that the UN inspector it blocked from a nuclear site last week tested positive for suspected traces of explosive nitrates.
A judge at Scotland’s highest civil court has said it would be “unprecedented” for an official to exercise powers to sign an Article 50 extension on behalf of Boris Johnson.
Scotland’s highest civil court is to hear arguments over whether the Prime Minister can be forced to extend Article 50.
Nicola Sturgeon has laid out a list of demands she says would have to be met for the SNP to support a minority Labour government – with the Scottish First Minister insisting she would want to see Trident muclear weapons scrapped and more powers handed to Holyrood, as well as the granting of a second independence vote.
Apple has introduced a feature to its mobile payment system allowing London commuters to travel more seamlessly without needing to prepare their device.
Iran’s president has announced that Tehran will begin injecting uranium gas into 1,044 centrifuges.
Four cooling towers at the record-breaking Ferrybridge Power Station have been demolished in a “significant milestone in the history of the UK energy industry”.
Pope Francis has met with victims of Japan’s 2011 nuclear disaster and called for the world to rethink its reliance on nuclear power as it considers the planet it wants to leave to future generations.