Sadiq Khan said: “Like so many Londoners, I am heartbroken that we are no longer a member of the European Union, but that doesn’t mean our country’s future can’t be closely linked with the rest of Europe.
It's October 2003. Saddam Hussein’s regime has fallen. For six months, Baghdad has been occupied by American forces.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley said she has left the Government.
British MPs have approved an amendment which aims to strengthen measures designed to try and stop the UK's Parliament being suspended to force through a no-deal Brexit.
So that’s Wednesday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
It came after a day of back-to-back leadership launches.
Politicians and their pasts
Emergency services in the north of England are becoming increasingly stretched as the army has been drafted in to help cope with floods in the aftermath of Storm Desmond.
Questions have been raised about British Government plans to introduce enhanced screening for Ebola at major airports and terminals, after Gatwick said it knew nothing about the measures.
A 15-year-old cancer sufferer has thanked people around the world for helping to fulfil her ’bucket list’ of things she wants to do before she dies.
THERE’S a feisty chick lit author, the Muslim son of a bus driver and a swashbuckling ex-diplomat who braved the Taliban to hike across Afghanistan alone.
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