- June 24, 2017
Banks are experiencing difficulty in performing banking operations due to the attack
Under the agreement, Northern Ireland will receive an extra £1 billion from the state over two years
People were seen descending on the numerous stalls and they joined in activity that included fairground rides, miniature golf and laser clay pigeon shooting.
A 42-year-old woman was arrested and is in custody, police say
The fire was swiftly brought under control by firefighters
EU leaders also want to replicate their migrant deal with Turkey which, despite rights and legal concerns, has drastically reduced the number of people crossing the Aegean Sea
Britain ordered an immediate technical examination of the Hotpoint fridge model to establish whether further action needed to be taken, but said there was no need for owners to switch off their appliances
The prince last year criticised the media for intruding into her private life and he told Newsweek that he tried to live an ordinary life despite the huge global attention he attracts
Russia-US relations have remained tense even as the White House considers scheduling President Donald Trump’s meeting with Putin on the sidelines of next month’s Group of 20 meeting
A study released Monday warned that deadly heatwaves will become more and more common around the world even if the rise in temperatures is capped at 2.0°C as targeted by the Paris Agreement to combat climate change
The ruling Social Democrat party (PSD) filed the motion, which passed with 241 to 10 votes, barely six months after winning a thumping election victory
Two were found to have entered UK illegally.
Philip was supposed to be accompanying the Queen to the State Opening of parliament on Wednesday but his place has been taken by the Prince of Wales
Sky quoted a former minister saying ‘no deal is now dead’, and anticipating a transition phase of five to 10 years inside the European Economic Area
The UK police are not treating the incident as terror-related
Theresa May is facing a landmark legal challenge over her proposed deal with the Democratic Unionist party on the grounds that it breaches the Good Friday agreement.
Anti-Muslim hate crimes are also rising yearly and there have been particular spikes after incidents like the attack in London and the November 2015 massacre at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris
Paris prosecutors opened a preliminary investigation this month into claims in the Canard Enchaine newspaper that MoDem was using European parliamentary funds to pay assistants who were actually based in France
Police and judicial sources said they suspect the incident was a deliberate act
Portugal was hit by a series of fires last year which devastated more than 100,000 hectares of the mainland