We must dare to dream of a Corbyn government, a second UK referendum, and a transformed Britain entering a European Democratic Union.
Sergi Prieto, co-founder of LumiDolls in Barcelona, says his brothel offers a wide range of services – but refuses to 'employ' child sex dolls and promote rape.
Spain's prime minister has said he will take legal measures to stop Catalonia becoming independent, despite recent ballot result.
Denmark will following Austria and France to ban burqas in public after a majority of lawmakers backed proposals to forbid face coverings.
Former Italian PM gave Russian president and longtime ally cover of the pair shaking hands for Putin's 65th birthday.
Catalan president Carles Puigdemont has said in a Spanish documentary that on independence, if Madrid does not respond positively, "we will do what we have come here to do".
Theresa May has been urged to sack the chancellor Philip Hammond and leave in place the foreign secretary, Boris Johnson.
Dove tweeted: "An image we recently posted on Facebook missed the mark in representing women of colour thoughtfully. We deeply regret the offence it caused."
Spanish authorities intercepted boat carrying 3,700 tonnes of cocaine off the coast of Portuguese island Madeira.
The victim, a 19-year-old local man, had been walking home with friends when the incident occurred. He was taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has vowed that his government will not allow Catalonia to break away from the rest of the country after referendum.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) conference is being held at the SEC Centre in Glasgow and will run from today (08 October) until Tuesday (10 October).
UK ministers have said that roughly £1.7bn of the old coins have already been withdrawn from circulation.
Opponents of the census change argue that the change would leave the UK government with inaccurate data about the number of men and women in the country.
"Shall We Talk?" slogan inspires mass rallies as threat of Spain splitting inspires brings thousands onto streets of Madrid and Barcelona