Police in London are investigating four suspected murders over the course of the weekend, including a fatal shooting.
U.S. President Donald Trump has expressed a dim view of Sir Kim Darroch, the British ambassador who insulted him in leaked memos, while Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has called for the diplomat’s removal.
Judges have blocked the deportation of a Romanian criminal convicted of a string of offences including burglary, robbery, and possession of a knife, citing European Union law.
The French press have criticised the American team which is heading into the FIFA Women’s World Cup for association football (soccer) for being „mostly composed of white players“.
The Migration Watch UK think tank has slammed Boris Johnson’s latest proposal to give amnesty to illegal migrants who have been in Britain for 15 years, saying it would be „manna for traffickers“.
A London bus driver has been sentenced for crashing one of the city’s iconic red double-deckers into a depot after smoking crack cocaine, injuring several people.
Judges have reconvicted Tommy Robinson of contempt of court, after his previous conviction was quashed.
An Afghan asylum seeker stalked random people in Croydon, south London, asking them if they were English and stabbing them if they said yes, prosecutors have claimed.
Twenty-six „Muslim scholars“ based in Britain have called for „fascist“ Israel to be returned to the Arabs, and expressed their hope that „Jerusalem will be the capital of the Islamic Caliphate when it returns, Allah willing.“
Tory leadership favourite Boris Johnson has said Britain must leave the European Union on the new October 31st Brexit deadline to prove Russia’s Vladimir Putin wrong about liberalism.