Experts will meet again on Thursday to decide whether to declare an international public health emergency over China’s coronavirus, which has killed more than a dozen people in the country and closed down the city where it is thought to have originated.
The US has promised “appropriate action” in response to its assessment that an Iranian missile was responsible for downing a Ukrainian airliner that crashed outside Tehran.
This is my family’s third Christmas in Scotland. We survived the Beast from the East, we use “wee” to refer to little things and a cup of coffee without a Tunnock’s caramel wafer is unimaginable!
Britain took a big step closer to leaving the EU as Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal was backed by a large majority of MPs.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted Leave and Remain labels are now defunct as he moved to push Brexit legislation through Parliament.
The number of cars built in the UK fell last month, new figures show.
Children have been busy penning letters to Father Christmas, with video game consoles topping this year’s most-wanted list.
Boris Johnson has urged all Nato allies to spend at least 2% of their GDP on defence at the close of a summit beset by tensions over the future direction of the Western alliance.
Boris Johnson has urged Nato to remain united as leaders gathered for talks amid tensions over the future direction of the Western alliance.
Boris Johnson, in an attempt to bring harmony to the top of Nato, will remind allies that it is “one for all, and all for one” in the quest to keep their people safe.
England had its fifth wettest autumn on record in 2019, with some areas experiencing a volume of rain unprecedented in modern times.