South Korea is launching a taskforce to consider making the consumption of dog meat illegal after the country’s president offered to look into ending the practice.
A new variant of the coronavirus with a "constellation" of mutations has been identified in Botswana.
Downing Street has started work on a shake-up of Boris Johnson’s business advisers amid a backlash over his widely criticised speech at the CBI’s annual conference.
Britain’s crisps crunch has eased though they remain in short supply in nearly one in four shops, official figures show.
Channel deaths: French minister says migrants ‘attracted’ to UK job market as 27 people die in crossing attempt
A picture of the flimsy boat involved in the death of 27 people in the Channel has emerged as the French interior minister attacked the UK’s migration approach.
Hospitality firms face a "major challenge" from higher energy and staff costs as they seek to rebuild following the pandemic, bar and pub operator Mitchells & Butlers has warned.
Sweden’s first female prime minister has resigned after less than 12 hours in the job following the collapse of the coalition her party had formed.
A murder investigation has been launched after a teenager was stabbed to death in London.
Migrant deaths in Channel: French minister says migrants ‘attracted’ to UK job market as 27 people die in crossing attempt
The French interior minister said migrants are "often attracted" to the UK’s job market after 27 people died while attempting to cross the Channel.
The defence secretary has saved 500 troops from a planned cut in army numbers at a time of growing threats, though the force will still shrink by 9,000 posts to 73,000 to save money, Sky News understands.