Pakistan says floods which have hit millions are the result of "a climate catastrophe".
A senior minister insists options for further support will be "top" of next PM's intray
The energy regulator announces a near-doubling of the price cap for energy bills
Ukraine marks its Independence Day exactly six months after Russia's invasion began
Police in Liverpool hunt the killers of a 9-year-old girl, shot dead at her home.
New projections about the rate of inflation suggest it could hit 18% in the new year
Doctors withdraw Archie Battersbee's life support, ending a legal battle over his welfare
Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak both insist their rival plans for the economy are best
The Bank of England forecasts a lengthy recession for the UK as it raises interest rates
China warplanes enter Taiwan airspace, after Nancy Pelosi ends her visit to the island
Liz Truss backtracks on her public sector pay plan after a Tory backlash
The victorious England women's football team have lifted the European Championship trophy in front of thousands of fans at a huge celebration in Trafalgar Square.
The tournament has seen interest in women's football increase, with hopes it'll have a wider impact beyond the competition.
Three former health secretaries have urged the government to compensate the victims of the infected blood scandal as soon as possible.
Inquiry recommends infected blood victims should get compensation of £100,000 each
Birmingham welcomes thousands of athletes as the Commonwealth Games are set to begin
Rail passengers suffer another day of travel disruption as thousands of workers strike
EU members agree to reduce gas use by 15 per cent in case Russia halts all supplies
An independent review finds that the governing body of Scottish cricket is institutionally racist, after complaints by two former players
Travellers and lorries have faced waits of up to 21 hours to reach the Eurotunnel in Kent
The monkeypox outbreak has been declared a global health emergency by the WHO.
Russia and Ukraine sign a deal to unblock grain exports, which may ease the food crisis
Liz Truss claims the economic policies of the past twenty years have not delivered growth
Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak reach final two in the contest to become prime minister
The UK records temperatures of over 40C for the first time
Britain copes with an intense heatwave, as Wales records its hottest day ever
The five Conservative leadership contenders go head-to-head in the second TV debate.
The Cabinet Minister who chaired the government's emergency Cobra committee this afternoon has urged people not to travel on Monday or Tuesday due to the heatwave.
A national emergency is declared as the Met Office issues an extreme heat alert
Five candidates remain in the race to become the next PM. The Attorney General Suella Braverman is the latest to be eliminated from the contest.
Nadhim Zahawi and Jeremy Hunt are eliminated from the Conservative leadership contest
Eight Conservative MPs are through to the first round of voting in the party's leadership election as Sajid Javid withdraws
Backbench Conservative MPs are meeting to set the rules for the party leadership contest, with eleven candidates putting themselves forward so far
More Conservative MPs have joined the race to succeed Boris Johnson as Prime Minister. And the defending Wimbledon champion, Novak Djokovic, has won the men's singles final.
Number 10 has criticised Rishi Sunak for his bid to become Conservative party leader. And anti-government protestors in Sri Lanka have stormed the president's official residence.
The Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is cleared by Durham police of breaking lockdown rules
Boris Johnson resigns as Conservative leader after losing the support of his party
Boris Johnson insists he will remain as Prime Minister despite a series of resignations
Boris Johnson has suspended a Conservative MP who allegedly groped two men.
A mother and stepfather must each serve nearly thirty years in prison for the murder of a five year old boy, Logan Mwangi
The US is deploying thousands more troops to Europe, as part of the biggest change to Nato strategy since the end of the Cold War
Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, names 19 October 2023 as the date for another referendum on independence
Ukraine says a Russian missile has hit a crowded shopping centre. Ten people are known to have died but up to a thousand are reported to have been inside
Leaders of the G7 advanced economies have put on a united front in support of Ukraine, where Russia is launching a sustained barrage of missile attacks across the country.
Boris Johnson has insisted that questions about his leadership are settled -- despite defeats in two by-elections this week.
The US Supreme Court overturns a ruling that gave women the constitutional right to an abortion
The biggest train strikes in decades will start tomorrow after talks between rail bosses and unions failed to reach a resolution
Transport Secretary dismisses calls to intervene ahead of Tuesday's rail walkout.
Walkouts to cause widespread disruption after talks failed to resolve disputes. Tens of thousands march in London to urge government to do more to tackle rising cost of living.
A resignation letter sent to the Prime Minister by his ethics adviser has described how he was put in "an impossible and odious position" shortly before he quit