The EU 27 accepted the ‘principle of an extension’ and their work will continue in the ‘coming days’.
Fri, 25 Oct, 2019
Scuffles broke out in the Jungle camp in Calais less than an hour after French authorities began a fresh round of processing refugees and migrants to be driven away.
Tue, 25 Oct, 2016
The head of the footballers’ union apologised after he compared the Ched Evans controversy to the Hillsborough disaster.
Sat, 10 Jan, 2015
Gerry Adams will undergo a fourth day of questioning by detectives over the 1972 murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville.
Sun, 04 May, 2014
Tributes have been paid to world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, a gifted pianist who spoke of how life is “beautiful” in spite of suffering terrible losses at the hands of the Nazis.
Mon, 24 Feb, 2014
Muslim groups have united in condemning the attack in Woolwich as unIslamic.
Fri, 24 May, 2013
A former Radio 1 DJ in the UK has described how she was routinely groped by another presenter as she was broadcasting.
Sat, 06 Oct, 2012
David Cameron and Vladimir Putin will hold talks on the Syrian civil war in London tomorrow.
Wed, 01 Aug, 2012
Chancellor George Osborne insisted that today’s VAT rise from 17.5% to 20% was a “tough but necessary step” towards Britain’s economic recovery.
Tue, 04 Jan, 2011
British Conservative party leader David Cameron warned today it would be a “monumental failure” if Northern Rock was nationalised as the Government came under fresh pressure to secure the stricken bank’s future.
Tue, 11 Dec, 2007
Cabin crew at Virgin Atlantic were voting today on a pay rise offer worth 5.3% over two years, in a ballot which could eventually lead to industrial action at the airline.
Tue, 24 Jul, 2007
Private equity chiefs in the UK will face fresh scrutiny by the British parliament today amid reports they are making large gains from firms which pay almost no corporation tax.
Tue, 03 Jul, 2007
Royal Ascot will return to its traditional Berkshire home next summer, the chief executive of the racecourse has announced.
Tue, 11 Oct, 2005
Pensioners of the collapsed MG Rover Group look set to be bailed out by the British government’s new Pension Protection Fund, it emerged today.
Tue, 12 Jul, 2005
Police have been unable to trace hundreds of young African boys who have disappeared from schools in London, it emerged today.
Fri, 13 May, 2005
Another earthquake and tsunami can be expected to strike the area of south Asia devastated on St Stephen's Day within the next 50 years, a British Government minister warned today.
Tue, 18 Jan, 2005
The Italian European Commissioner-designate whose views on homosexuality have caused a major political row today hinted that he might “renounce” his new job.
Thu, 14 Oct, 2004
ONE of the reporters facing charges of share-ramping in the so-called City Slickers case yesterday claimed the practice was rife in financial journalism.
Fri, 11 Jun, 2004
A THREE-YEAR-OLD girl widely reported to have died of obesity was actually the victim of a genetic abnormality.
Thu, 10 Jun, 2004
British politicians were today told to “get on your bike” and fight for the EU constitution by the president of the European Parliament.
Wed, 28 Apr, 2004
Mohammed Al Fayed today insisted there was evidence that his son Dodi and Diana, Princess of Wales were murdered by “the British intelligence”.
Mon, 15 Dec, 2003
Tony Blair today told of his concern that the British government “handle by the book” the emergence of a possible source for a controversial report on its Iraqi weapons dossier.
Thu, 28 Aug, 2003
The BBC has a tape of the scientist Dr David Kelly expressing concern about the way Iraq weapons intelligence was presented, the corporation said yesterday.
Thu, 24 Jul, 2003
The BBC’s credibility was questioned tonight after Dr David Kelly was confirmed as the prime source for reports that intelligence on Iraq was “sexed up”.
Sun, 20 Jul, 2003
THE leader of the Catholic church in England and Wales was under renewed pressure yesterday after new claims emerged over his handling of allegations of paedophilia against priests.
Wed, 20 Nov, 2002
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