Theresa May has been urged to sack the chancellor Philip Hammond and leave in place the foreign secretary, Boris Johnson.
Kim Yo-jong, the North Korean leader's sister, becomes an alternate member of the influential WPK (Workers' Party of Korea) central committee's Political Bureau.
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).
The foreign secretary asserted his loyalty to May in his Sunday Telegraph column, urging Tory MPs and voters to get behind the PM.
When asked to clarify what he meant, President Trump simply responded by saying: "You'll figure that out pretty soon".
"Shall We Talk?" slogan inspires mass rallies as threat of Spain splitting inspires brings thousands onto streets of Madrid and Barcelona
Trump's Hurricane Maria responses have battered his approval ratings, dropping them to new lows.
"There's something wrong with this man," one Twitter user said.
After scrapping a wealth tax and reaching out to big investors, Macron's popularity is flagging, and he made matters worse for himself with a vulgar reference to soon-to-be-jobless workers.
New documents reveal how Bannon and Yiannopoulos planned to thrust white supremacist and neo-Nazi values into US mainstream.
The foreign secretary came under fire from his own colleagues for comments about war-torn Libya. Johnson said Sirte could be the next Dubai once it "clears the dead bodies away".
Pyongyang warns they will confiscate assets of South Korean companies left behind at the industrial zone.
Theresa May has had an awful few months, capped off by the events during her keynote conference speech.
The Prime Minister started by eulogising free markets in her Tory Party Conference speech and ended up talking price controls in a paradoxically daft narrative.
The youth do not want their global, outward-looking international future taken away from them, yet they believe it is already gone for good.