Labour's Sadiq Khan will be offering "emotional support services" to "European Londoners" on January 31st -- Brexit Day.
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Tests are being carried out on four people in Scotland for suspected cases of the Coronavirus which originates from China.
The government's bill implementing the withdrawal deal has passed through both Houses of Parliament, meaning the UK will finally be leaving the EU on January 31st, 2020.
The withdrawal agreement bill has been given Royal Assent, meaning it has become law and the UK will officially leave the EU on January 31st, 2020.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to use his pursuit of a U.S. trade deal as leverage when negotiating with the EU post-Brexit.
Prince Harry will no longer formally represent the Crown as patron of three branches of the British military after officially stepping back from royal duties.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will no longer use the titles His/Her Royal Highness as they "are no longer working members of the Royal Family", according to a statement released by Buckingham Palace.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid has told businesses to prepare for the UK to diverge from EU regulations, saying "we will not be a ruletaker" after the transition period.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson could start trade negotiations with the United States before the European Union, signalling to Brussels he is serious about diverging from the bloc after Brexit.
Guy Verhofstadt MEP is certain that a "young generation" will reverse the decision made by the 2016 referendum voters and force the UK to rejoin the EU.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office has revealed the plans to mark the UK leaving the EU at 11 pm on January 31st, 2020, but Big Ben ringing in the new era of British history is not amongst them.
Frogmore Cottage is reportedly being shuttered while staff have been redeployed to other roles across the Royal estates, according to reports, signalling Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not be living in the UK in any meaningful way.
A homeless charity is constructing low-carbon "eco-pods" for tourists visiting Bristol, and the properties will be maintained by formerly homeless people.
Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar has declared that Ireland is "on team EU" and thanked the bloc for its "solidarity" while telling its British neighbours they must agree to abide by Brussels' anti-competitive "level playing field" rules after Brexit to secure a trade deal.
London authorities have approved a street party in Parliament Square, Westminster, on Brexit Day organised by Nigel Farage and Leave Means Leave.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has addressed called for Big Ben to chime at the Brexit Hour, saying Britons could fund it if they "bung a bob for a Big Ben bong".
Almost seven in ten Britons are concerned about the effect mass migration will have on population growth, according to polling data.
A majority of Britons are against amnesty for illegal aliens, the poll findings coming after the government recently suggested granting residency to illegals who have been in the country for 15 years.
Prince Charles has a "genuine fear" that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's split from the Royal Family will deepen and become permanent, royal sources have said.
Britain's ambassador to Iran, Robert Macaire, was arrested on Saturday in Tehran, briefly detained, and then released.
An English regional counter-terrorism policing unit listed Extinction Rebellion in an anti-extremism guidance note that includes Islamist and far-right terror organisations. Authorities said they would recall the document after inquiries from the left-liberal Guardian newspaper.
U.S. ambassador to the UK Woody Johnson has suggested that British negotiators work "day and night" to secure a bilateral trade deal with the United States in order to "strengthen your hard" against the EU in similar trade talks.
President Donald Trump has said that the drama surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was a "sad" situation that should not be happening to the Queen.
British bookmaker Ladbrokes has slashed the odds on American former TV star Meghan Markle running for U.S. president from 500-1 to 100-1.
A military source speaking to The Mirror claims that Prince Harry's position as head of the Royal Marines is "in doubt" after his announcement that he and his wife Meghan Markle are stepping back as "senior" royals.
Meghan and Harry registered "Sussex Royal" with the UK's Intellectual Property Office in June -- suggesting the couple had been planning to resign as "senior" royals for at least six months.
Meghan Markle has returned to Canada, leaving her husband Prince Harry in the UK to deal with the fallout of their bombshell announcement that the couple will be stepping back as senior members of the royal household to embark on a "progressive" new life.
A freelancers website was forced to apologise and retrained its advertising staff on using sensitive language after publishing an advertisement with the word "girl" in it.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has told Prime Minister Boris Johnson to get tough in trade deal negotiations with Brussels.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said that the European Union should adopt an Israeli-U.S. stance on Iran.
The royal family is said to be "hurt" and "deeply disappointed" by the news that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are stepping back as "senior" members of the firm, with sources saying the announcement was completely unsanctioned.
Socialist leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn was given four opportunities to call Iranian General Qasem Soleimani a terrorist but failed to every time.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to tell the president of the European Commission that he is ready to walk away from the EU without a trade deal at the end of the transition period.
Brexiteer MPs have tabled an amendment to Boris Johnson's Brexit bill requiring Big Ben to chime at 11 pm on January 31st, the hour that the UK officially leaves the EU.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has slammed Remainers for holding back the country for three-and-a-half years by stalling Brexit, saying it had done "untold damage" to the United Kingdom.
A British employment tribunal has ruled that "ethical veganism" is a philosophical belief and should be protected by law from discrimination.
Dominic Cummings is recruiting data scientists, policy experts, and other "assorted weirdos" to shake up the Remainer-dominated Civil Service, saying "Oxbridge Humanities graduates" need not apply.
Half of Britons want to the television licence axed and for the BBC to earn its own money, according to a poll.
Jeremy Corbyn and Keir Starmer have tabled an amendment to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit bill that would force a two-year delay if the UK does not agree on a new trade deal with the EU.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said 2020 will be the year Brexit finally gets delivered and pledged no more elections or referendums in his New Year message.
The socialist Jeremy Corbyn, who led Labour to its worst election defeat since 1935, says his party will be the "resistance" to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Climate wunderkind Greta Thunberg has said Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro criticise her and environmental alarmism because they are "terrified of young people bringing change".
A Today guest editor has accused the BBC of being a "secular church" that "preaches" on climate change, telling listeners of the difficulties he had getting underrepresented voices on the issue onto the programme.
Retiring president of the Supreme Court Brenda Hale has claimed that she and her colleagues -- who overturned Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament -- are not "activists" and are "not politically motivated".
Brussels is reportedly planning on threatening to block the City of London, the nation's finance capital, from European markets unless the UK agrees to remain aligned to EU regulations post-Brexit.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has claimed that man-made climate change is "the largest challenge ever to the human race" and that those who do not believe in it have fallen for conspiracy theories.
Self-professed Remainer and former speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow has criticised populism in his Alternative Christmas Message, and said that adults should take cues from children on good behaviour.
It has been a year of Brexit battles these past 12 months, but it finally looks like the end is near and the UK will leave the EU, more than three and a half years after the historic referendum.
A BBC editor has complained that Number 10's boycott of Radio 4's Today programme is a "Trumpian" plot to "delegitimise" the broadcaster.
Two former heads of British immigration agencies have said that British cutters should patrol French territorial waters in the English Channel and return illegal aliens to France before they get anywhere near Great Britain.
Grime rapper and Jeremy Corbyn fan Stormzy, real name Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr., is set to read a passage from the Bible at the end of one of BBC One's Christmas Day programmes.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit bill cleared its first hurdle in the House of Commons on Friday, with the legislation reportedly "Gina Miller proofed" to stop non-elected EU loyalists from interfering in the democratic will of the people.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has taken a victory lap in the European Parliament by telling European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen the UK is "leaving this prison on nations".
Most Britons do not trust BBC journalists to tell the truth, according to a YouGov poll.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make it illegal for parliament to force the British government to extend the transition period beyond December 31st, 2020.
Labour MP Emily Thornberry has threatened to sue former colleague Caroline Flint who said the staunch Remainer had called Brexit voters "stupid".
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to welcome 109 new Conservative Party MPs to the House of Commons on Monday before kick-starting his plans for exiting the European Union.
Brexit secretary Michael Gove has said that the new Conservative Brexit government will agree on a trade deal with the European Union by the end of 2020, as scheduled.
Six psychologists who resigned from England's flagship NHS child transgender clinic have raised concerns over its treatment of children with the mental disorder gender dysphoria, saying that they felt pressured to ignore psychological treatment and begin hormone treatment for minors.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives have won their largest majority since Margaret Thatcher was returned to power for the third time in 1987, with an 80-seat majority.
Labour has suffered its worst election defeat since 1935, with the left-wing party losing 24 seats to the Tories as a result of the collapse of the "Red Wall".
Brexit minister Michael Gove has said that British Jews should "never have to live in fear again" after the crushing defeat of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party in Thursday's General Election.
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer John McDonnell admitted that Labour lost votes because left-wing Leavers switched to the Brexit Party.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that with his House of Commons majority, he will deliver Brexit by January 31st, 2020.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that the Brexit war is over and the UK is "much closer" to leaving the EU after the Conservatives won the General Election.
Socialist leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has said that he will not be leading the party in the next election but has ruled out resigning immediately.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that if exit polls are correct and the Conservatives are returned to power with a strong majority, then the new government will have "the chance to respect the democratic will of the British people".
German officials said on Wednesday that the EU could negotiate a basic free-trade agreement with the UK within the proposed transition period.
Nigel Farage has warned that if there is a Conservative majority, Boris Johnson will "sell out" Brexit and the country will be thrown into crisis by May 2020.
Boris as Tory Lead Narrows Ahead of Polling Day: 'This Could Not be More Critical, it Could Not be Tighter'
A YouGov poll released the day before voting stations open has revealed that the Conservatives' lead over Labour has narrowed, with the pollster saying "we cannot rule out a hung parliament".
The election meme war has intensified with Prime Minister Boris Johnson ploughing through a polystyrene wall representing Brexit "gridlock" in a digger wrapped in the Union flag.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has questioned whether taxing everyone who has a television to fund the BBC is justifiable, saying that a new Conservative government would look into scrapping the TV licence fee.
Nigel Farage has said that after Brexit, he and his party's "new radicals" will push for "genuine reform" of the British political system.
The Liberal Democrats have received £100,000 in donations from Ferring Pharmaceuticals, a Swiss company that produces triptorelin, a puberty-blocking drug given to children.
Britons' political identities are more strongly aligned along their positions on Brexit than by political affiliation, according to research by King's College London.
The vast majority of Britons want to end the automatic early prison release of terrorists following the latest deadly attack at London Bridge.
The former President of the European Council Donald Tusk has said that Brexit is "one of the most spectacular mistakes" in history and that it would be better for the UK and the EU if Brexit did not happen.
A study has found that a majority of conservative students feel unable to express their political opinions at university.
A Labour shadow minister has confirmed that a Labour government would radically tear up the rules of British democracy by giving EU citizens living in the UK a vote in a second referendum, saying the decision was not just down to people "born here".
The Liberal Democrats want to make it legal to change sex at will and force all schools to introduce gender-neutral uniforms.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned British voters that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn wants to "destroy" the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and that his party wants to abolish the country's domestic intelligence agency.
Hungary's Péter Szijjártó has praised the American leadership in NATO and said that he did not agree that NATO was brain dead.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the UK is "fully committed" to NATO, but warns that peace cannot be taken for granted.
President Donald J Trump has again confirmed that Britain's National Health Service (NHS) will not form any part of future UK-U.S. free trade deal negotiations even if it was served to the U.S.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has warned that NATO and a future EU army cannot coexist.
The British cinema chain Cineworld has suspended screenings of gang movie Blue Storyat one of their theatres in Nottingham, England, following a stabbing during the end credits.
The Conservatives have said that they will introduce a points-based, Australia-style immigration system if they win the December 12th General Election.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that his government will continue preparations for a clean-break Brexit despite his intentions to pass his EU-approved Brexit deal.
The Liberal Democrats have reportedly backed down on campaigning to cancel Brexit amidst negative reactions from voters on the doorstep and a drop in the polls.
Fanatic Remainer Tony Blair has admitted there is only a "negligible" chance of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party gaining a majority in the December 12th election.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has suggested that his party may be one day be rebranded the "Reform Party", saying his colleagues and the British people want an overhaul of the British political system.
Polling suggests that the Conservative Party could win a 64-seat majority in the House of Commons in the December 12th General Election.
The taxpayer-funded BBC has announced that 16-year-old eco-warrior Greta Thunberg will be guest-editing the broadcaster's flagship current affairs radio programme, the Today show.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Rishi Sunak confirmed that if the Conservatives are returned to government, contingency plans for a clean-break, no-deal Brexit will resume.
Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has announced that his government will deploy over a thousand more border guards, upgrade its sea patrols, and institute more restrictive holding centres for migrants as he said his country will "shut the door" to illegals.
Nigel Farage criticised Emmanuel Macron for claiming that NATO is suffering "brain death" because the U.S. is "turning its back on [Europe]", saying the French president is looking for "any excuse" to build his own "Walter Mitty" EU army.
Animal rights extremists have verbally abused blind people for having guide dogs, claiming the labradors should be "running free in the fields".
The Conservative Party could win a 96-seat majority in the House of Commons in December 12th's general election, according to a polling prediction by Electoral Calculus.
A poll has revealed that a significant majority of both Conservative and Brexit Party voters back a Leave Alliance.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that he hopes Boris Johnson changes his mind on forming a Leave Alliance and called on the prime minister to drop two aspects of the EU-approved withdrawal treaty that could lock the UK in the EU post-Brexit.