The British prime minister will meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping Monday at the G20 summit.
The Women and Equalities Committee urges for German-style regulation.
Scott Richards promoted a charity page to raise money for refugees in Afghanistan.
Kadiza Sultana is believed to have been killed despite planning to escape the group's caliphate.
More patrols only deal with the symptoms, and not the root cause, of radical extremism, writes Kyle Orton.
Soldiers based at the garrison have been told not to wear uniform to and from work amid attack fears.
Dean Evans' father confirmed his son's death last month in an offensive to capture Manbij.
Chinese financial backing gives Britain's new government pause, as the Hinkley Point project was iced hours before a signing ceremony was scheduled.
Pay growth in the U.K. sinks to joint rock-bottom with Greece as wages tumble 10 percent.
A serviceman was approached by two men in a car, one armed with a knife, near the base.
The U.K.'s top diplomat is to meet with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Tuesday.
Foreign secretary rejects Spain's calls to govern the peninsula that's been a British territory since 1713.
Berlin is pushing Theresa May to provide clarity quickly to limit uncertainty.
Russia has denied speculation it favored Britain leaving the EU.
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Sandra Hyde, whose son Ben was killed in a mob attack in Iraq, believed the report would be a "whitewash".
The radical Islamist group published the reaction to the historic vote in a propaganda magazine.
One staff member was hit by flaming bottle and police are investigating racial hate motive.