Hurricane Maria, the second Category 5 storm to hit the Caribbean this month, has plowed into the small island nation of Dominica.
Theresa May's top team of ministers are united behind the government's plan for Brexit, May's spokeswoman said on Monday.
Former England soccer captain Wayne Rooney has received a two-year driving ban on after pleading guilty court to drink-driving..
Britain lowered its national security threat level to severe from critical after an investigation into the Friday attack
A second powerful storm in as many weeks is bearing down on a string of battered Caribbean islands.
Boris Johnson is being accused by cabinet colleagues of "backseat driving" on Brexit after setting out his own vision of the country's future.
Police say they'll continue to question two men after a blast injured 30 people on a tube train in London on Friday morning.
Police have said a security alert on a British Airways plane in Paris on Sunday was a false alarm.
A second man has been arrested by detectives from the Met's Counter Terrorism Command investigating the terrorist attack at Parsons Green.
Officers in London, protecting some of the Capital's busiest streets, have been joined by Met Commissioner Cressida Dick as the public are asked to remain vigilant.
Police have arrested an 18-year-old man in the port of Dover and raided a property in a small town outside London as they hunt those behind a bomb on a commuter train.
Britain have deployed hundreds of soldiers at strategic sites to free up police to hunt those behind a bomb which injured 29 people on a packed commuter train in London.
Britain lifted its national security threat level to critical from severe on Friday, meaning an attack is expected, after a bomb on a London commuter train injured 29 people.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has set out his plans for a "glorious" Brexit, angering colleagues speculating he will challenge Prime Minister Theresa May for leadership.
Voters in five local authorities will need to show ID before they can vote next May in a move to tackle electoral fraud.
The PM chaired an emergency meeting of the COBRA committee
They are trying to track down who was responsible for an explosion at a metro station, which officers are treating as a "terrorist incident."
None of those injured are thought to be in a serious condition
British police say a bomb was used during an explosion at a London metro station which injured 18 people in what officers described as a "terrorist incident."
Prime Minister Theresa May will chair a meeting of Britain's emergency response committee later after an incident at a west London tube station.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a blast on a packed commuter train on the London underground network, the militant group's Amaq news agency said.
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