A Mob Of Pro-Brexit Protesters Called Pro-Remain MP Anna Soubry A “Nazi” During A TV Interview
This is the latest incident to involve abuse hurled at Brexit-sceptic politicians and journalists outside the houses of parliament in the last few weeks.
Loads Of Trucks Are Taking Part In A Massive Pretend Traffic Jam Because Of Brexit
The British government is approaching potentially the biggest crisis in living memory in the most British way possible: by practising queuing.
US Troops Will Leave Syria Only If Turkey Agrees Not To Attack Kurdish Fighters
National security adviser John Bolton contradicted President Trump, who said on Dec. 19 there would be a full withdrawal.
The Family Of The Man Arrested For Alleged Spying In Moscow Says He's Innocent
David Whelan, the brother of Paul Whelan, says he was in Russia for a wedding.
The Suspect In The New Year's Eve Manchester Stabbings Has Been Detained Under Mental Health Laws
A counterterror investigation is underway after three people, including a police officer, were stabbed.
How People Around The World Celebrated The New Year And Said Goodbye To 2018
See ya never, 2018.
Louis C.K. Mocks Parkland Shooting Survivors, Asian Men, And Nonbinary Teens In Leaked Audio
"You didn't get shot — you pushed some fat kid in the way, and now I've gotta listen to you talking?"
This Story About Someone Befriending A Woman Who Died At 101 Is What We Need Right Now
"Don’t really know why I want to share all this except that she was an incredible incredible woman. And if I hadn’t got talking to a stranger at the bus stop I would never have known her."
A US Citizen Has Been Arrested On Spying Charges In Moscow, Russian Authorities Say
The man, named as Paul Whelan, could face up to 20 years in jail if the charges are proven, according to one news agency.
The 32 Most Important And Earth-Shattering Local Newspaper Stories Of 2018
DOG STEALS BABY'S BRIOCHE.
The Met Police Spent More Than 2,000 Hours Investigating The "Croydon Cat Killer"
Figures released to BuzzFeed News under the Freedom of Information Act show that Scotland Yard also spent thousands of pounds on forensic tests on the bodies of mutilated cats.
The New York Times Asked For People’s Stories Of “Petty Crime” In London And The Replies Are Hilarious
“Someone spoke to me on the Tube last week. Still haven’t recovered.”
Here Are 14 Ridiculous Things That Happened In British Politics This Week
How was this only five days?
Tory MPs Have Voted To Keep Theresa May As Leader
The vote was triggered by MPs writing to the 1922 Committee amid dissatisfaction with May's proposed Brexit deal.
Leaders And Politicians Around The World Have Paid Tribute To Former President George H.W. Bush
Leaders and dignitaries from Russia, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Afghanistan, Kuwait, and many more paid tribute to the former president after his death was announced Friday night.
The Head Of Russia's Military Intelligence Agency Has Died After A "Serious Illness"
Igor Korobov, 62, had been in charge of the successor to the KGB since 2016, when the then-head of the agency was said to have died of a heart attack.
The Doctor Killed In The Chicago Hospital Shooting Was The Gunman's Ex-Fiancé
Tamara O'Neal, 38, was shot dead on Monday.
The Future Of Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Is In The Balance As Westminster Braces For A No Confidence Vote
After a week of turmoil and resignations, the prime minister is waiting to find out whether enough Tory MPs have submitted letters to trigger a vote on her leadership.
British Police Have Thanked David Schwimmer After A Theft Suspect Was Arrested
Schwimmer made a viral video that helped publicise a police appeal after people on the internet said the suspect resembled the former Friends actor.
People Are Sharing This Beautiful Video Of Grenfell Victim Khadija Saye Instead Of The Grenfell Effigy Video
The news comes after five men were arrested for alleged public order offences relating to the burning of a model of the tower.