The UK population is set to pass the 70 million mark in the next decade but at a slower rate than previously thought, according to official statistics.
It is the Monday after “Super Saturday” – when the Commons held a weekend sitting for the first time in 37 years – but it did not go as Prime Minister Boris Johnson had hoped. So what now?
The population of the UK is projected to rise by three million over the next decade, according to official statistics.
Here is the full text of the letter sent by Boris Johnson to European Council President Donald Tusk to meet the requirements of the Benn Act:
Depending on who is talking, the Brexit deal Boris Johnson negotiated with the EU ranges from being vastly different to his predecessor Theresa May’s deal, to being almost exactly the same.
Extinction Rebellion protesters have disrupted London during a planned two-week protest with more than 1,600 people arrested so far.
Apparently indyref2 will happen next year.
Rick Astley was among the stars out in force for the 25th National Lottery Awards.
Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn was caught on film grimacing to a camera operator as he walked through Parliament.
Thunderstorms are expected to cause flooding, lightning and power outages across parts of the UK, with warnings of road and transport disruption.