British PM vows a speedy Brexit
Boris Johnson’s reelected Conservative Party will unite in Britain’s parliament on Monday as plans to leave the EU begin in earnest.
British Labour’s John McDonnell has apologised for the party’s catastrophic election result, saying he “owns the disaster”.
Democrats in the US have urged Republicans to vote to impeach President Donald Trump, saying he poses a “clear and present danger” to democracy.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson could sack up to a third of his top ministers and merge major ministries in a post-Brexit shake-up, the Sunday Times reports.
China says it won’t impose the additional tariffs on some US goods that were due to come into force on Sunday, 17 months after the superpowers’ trade war began.
North Korea says it has carried out a “very important” test at the Sohae satellite site, a rocket-testing ground, to bolster its strategic nuclear deterrence.
Major economies have shown reluctance to issue a bold new call for action to combat global warming at a UN climate summit in Madrid.
The New York Times reports that a Democrat Congressman who is opposed to the impeachment of Donald Trump will quit the party to become a Republican.
Greta Thunberg has apologised for saying politicians should be put “against the wall” explaining that in Swedish it simply means to put someone on the spot.
The death toll from the New Zealand volcano eruption is now 16, after an Australian man died in a Sydney hospital.
British government ministers say a Boris Johnson administration plans to put Brexit to a parliamentary vote before Christmas and leave the EU by January 31.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says MPs will vote before Christmas on the Brexit agreement he struck with the European Union.
Julian Assange’s lawyer has told a British court he has been denied access in jail to documents prepared by his legal team.
New Zealand will observe a minute’s silence on Monday to recognise the dead and wounded from the volcanic eruption on White Island.
UPDATE, 2.50PM: Thirty-two vehicles are now responding to the fire which is still burning out of control.
POLICE have confirmed there are so suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a Cohuna woman.
A teenager waved goodbye to his family and told them he loved them after being sentenced to four years’ jail yesterday following the death of a man in Shepparton last year.