A statue of the founder of West India Quay, Robert Milligan, has been removed due to his links to the slave trade.
Illegal migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats threaten to drown themselves or their children in order to keep French ships back
Illegal immigrants from camps on the French coast have been crossing the English Channel in record numbers, with many seemingly being escorted into British territorial waters by French ships rather than intercepted and turned around.
The European Court of Justice's decision to ban plant editing could be reversed in the UK post-Brexit, a farmer union chief has revealed. Research institutes from across Europe have been calling on the European Parliament and the European Commission to rethink their stance on genome editing of crop plants. Tom Bradshaw, the Vice President of the National Farmers Union, has spoken about how this could be one of the possible advantages of leaving the EU.
The European Commission has said the UK remains fully liable to contribute to and to benefit from the EU’s coronavirus support fund and as such are demanding that the UK taxpayer coughs up £270million towards it.
The UK's Covid-19 outbreak may have been under control before lockdown was enforced, according to a study that once again throws into question whether the draconian measures were ever needed.
Hargit Singh Bariana, the owner of a chip shop and pizza takeaway, was given an eight-and-a-half-year jail sentence in 2018 for six modern slavery offences.
Japanese carmaker Nissan has announced that it will retain its plant in Sunderland, England, but will be closing its factories in Spain, signalling that it may pull out of more locations across the European Union.
A collection of Tommys were installed at the Purfleet Heritage Centre and Military Museum, in Centurion Way, to commemorate those who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars two-years-ago.