A memorial plaque bench in east London dedicated to the late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein has been removed by the local council.
The International Space Station has received two cargo deliveries in a record 15 hours.
Theresa May was criticised by business leaders over her plans to curb immigration after Brexit as she said the new system would stop EU workers being able to “jump the queue”.
Trevor Bayliss is confident England’s series win in Sri Lanka is the beginning of a “different era” that will comfortably outlive his own tenure as head coach.
More than 200 students from four schools in Belfast have walked out in a protest over the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal.
Sinn Fein has voiced concern that the Government is withholding legacy inquest funding in Northern Ireland as a way of punishing the party for the Stormont deadlock.
Markets stabilised on Monday in the absence of dramatic new Brexit developments, but analysts said the mood remained “tense”.
The daughter of former West Brom and England star Jeff Astle has “begged” members of the Professional Footballers’ Association to support its chairman Ben Purkiss’ attempt to oust chief executive Gordon Taylor.
Police searching for an Aberdeen teenager who has not been seen for two days have released CCTV footage of him.
The process of selecting a likely Democratic Party challenger to President Donald Trump is likely to begin in earnest in the new year and that means many eyes will be turning to the US state of New Hampshire.