The Scottish Government has launched a consultation to decide whether to grant the vote to prisoners on short sentences.
A port-mortem examination will be performed to determine the cause of death of a seven-year-old migrant girl who suffered seizures in immigration custody on the US-Mexico border and spiked a high fever, officials said.
A “notorious” gang member has been found guilty of murder after his true identity was hidden from jurors due to press coverage of his links to two previous killings.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is unlikely to make a move during the January transfer window after insisting he his current defensive problems are not a crisis.
Former chancellor George Osborne has joined his brother’s Silicon Valley venture capital firm, a move which is thought to be his ninth job since leaving government.
Britain is to have talks with the EU over the coming days about how to obtain “further assurances” which might persuade MPs to back the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, Theresa May has said.
Hundreds of modern-day suffragettes have gathered to see the unveiling of a statue of Emmeline Pankhurst in her home city.
UK citizens will have to pay for visa-free travel in the European Union after Brexit, the European Commission has confirmed.
Today marks 100 years since women first voted in a UK general election. To celebrate, a statue of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst was unveiled in St Peter's Square, Manchester.
The Duke of Cambridge warned officer cadets about the “great demands” service life places on families as he represented the Queen for the first time at the Sovereign’s Parade at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst.