PM Theresa May still needs laws passed to allow her to formally notify the EU of the UK's intention to leave.
Figures show 91 out of 260 suspects held for extemism-related offences were white.
The British foreign secretary made a quick-stop visit to Israel and the West Bank.
Max Hill says the threat to London is similar to what it faced in the 1970s with the IRA.
Negotiators will have to scrutinize 20,833 EU laws and rules at a rate of 40 per day during the two year exit period.
Prime minister signs defense deal, cautions Turkey on human rights abuses.
The report cited the collapse of trust in American public institutions as a reason for the change.
No word on whether the prime minister will reveal the government's stance on key issues, such as immigration limits and single-market access.
The deal 18 months in the planning would end 40 years of division.
May's spokesman said that Israel had coped for too long with the threat of terrorism and that focusing only on the settlements was not the best way to achieve peace between Jew and Arab.
Pioneering gene editing research has put the U.K. at the forefront of the next scientific revolution—whether the rest of the world is ready for it or not.
Until five years ago, a partition in the bar separated men and women from drinking together.
The plan to cut numbers of foreign students isn't just economically damaging; it might not address voters' concerns.
Foreign minister walks back David Davis's comments on a soft Brexit; Labour demands clarity on government's plans.
Mohamed Abrini claimed he only traveled to U.K. for its casinos.
The phrase appeared on a document carried by a Conservative Party aide.