Israel has begun responding “forcefully” to a rocket attack from the Gaza Strip, the country’s prime minister has said.
Theresa May has struck a conciliatory tone with MPs as she sought to repair the damage done by her Downing Street statement on Brexit.
Lorry drivers are “mystified” as to why no-deal Brexit plans have been brought in so early, branding the idea “inflexible” and “outdated”.
Pope Francis has travelled to a major Italian pilgrimage site dedicated to the Virgin Mary to sign a new document dedicated to young people.
Women in Football has sprung to the defence of Tottenham Ladies player Renee Hector who has been receiving racial abuse on social media.
Prime Minister Theresa May has acknowledged that there is not enough support in the House of Commons for her to bring back her Brexit deal for a third “meaningful vote”.
Mick McCarthy will take a win over Georgia however it comes as the Republic of Ireland target qualification for the Euro 2020 finals.
The Scottish Government will propose a series of reforms to devolution shortly – though Constitutional Relations Secretary Mike Russell has insisted independence is the only way to become a “modern state”.
A trade union has said it is still “fighting to win the war” against outsourcing after it lost a High Court battle over the employment rights of outsourced workers at the University of London.
A Brexit supporter who yelled “respect the vote” as he struck Jeremy Corbyn while clutching an egg has been jailed for 28 days.
President Donald Trump and his allies have wasted little time in turning what they have long termed a “witch hunt” into a weapon in the early stages of what will be his re-election campaign.