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Universal Credit claimants in trial roll-out ‘suffering hardship’

The report by The Smith Institute found 36% of the total rent owed by those studied was not paid after the scheme was introduced in Southwark and Croydon

Johnson tells EU to ‘get on with’ Brexit negotiations

Boris Johnson said now it was time to press ahead after the remaining 27 member countries agreed to begin internal preparations for the next phase of talks at a summit last week

Russian journalist stabbed in neck after attacker storms radio studio

Deputy editor-in-chief Tatyana Felgenhauer, who is best known for co-hosting a popular morning show at Ekho Moskvy, is now receiving treatment at hospital following the incident

Who is the Donald Trump-style billionaire on brink of power in...

The 63-year-old leader of the ANO (Action for Dissatisfied Citizens) party has been dubbed the "Czech Trump" by some media outlets because of his business empire and populist leanings

Labour united over summer after Brexit splits – Sir Keir Starmer

Sir Keir Starmer has told a meeting of accountants that there are multiple differences of opinion on the subject at Westminster, shaped by a variety of factors

Boris Johnson calls on Kim Jong Un to negotiate over nuclear...

Boris Johnson said he backed a series of "commitments" made by South Korea and the US secretary of state's efforts to talk, making it clear the UK did not seek to bring about regime change

T-charge: All you need to know about London’s new anti-pollution measure

Diesel and petrol vehicles, including HGVs, busses and coaches, registered before 2006 which do not meet the Euro 4/IV European directive to regulate vehicle emissions

Drivers of the most polluting vehicles face toxicity charge to enter...

The new £10 toxicity T-charge will be paid in addition to the congestion charge of £11.50, taking the total to £21.50, and covers the same area and operating times as the existing congestion charge zone

‘Anxious’ May ‘begged for help’ from Juncker

The comments reportedly made by EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker were published in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) after last Monday's dinner between the two

Police question suspect after bowling alley gun siege in Nuneaton

The two employees - a duty manager and a lane host - at MFA Bowl in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, were unharmed in the incident, which was not terror-related