An official White House photo of Trump in the Oval Office, released during the government shutdown on Saturday (20 January) showed him with absolutely no desk clutter.
Women's marches were held in many US cities, as well as London, Paris, Rome and Berlin, to mark the first anniversary of Donald Trump's inauguration.
Donald Tusk reportedly hoping PM will be forced into U-turn on leaving customs union as EU will not offer acceptable alternatives.
Talks are continuing on Capitol Hill to get the US government up and running again before the shutdown causes long-term political damage.
The London mayor says that Isis wants an increase in Islamophobia in order to promote the idea that "the West hates us".
Social media expressed shock and outrage over the White House's new partisan voicemail recording with some calling it "childish" and "dangerous".
Buttressed by aerial bombardment and cross-border artillery fire, the ground personnel are advancing inside the Syrian territory along with tanks.
The former Ukip leader Nigel Farage is in talks with the millionaire businessman Arron Banks over forming a new political 'enterprise' it has been reported.
Channel 4 'Cash for Brexit' probe 'seeking to entrap' MPs is reported to Ofcom. It was to show how ex-MPs were offering themselves as Brexit advisers.
Ukip leader Henry Bolton was hit by a unanimous vote of no confidence by the party's national executive committee.
Trump slams Democrats over the US government shutdown as activists and Democrats demand protections for 'dreamers'.
Donald Trump's anger could prove costly for the UK, as Boris Johnson says the UK should be welcoming the president with open arms.
David Lidington campaigned as a Remain and suggested Britain could rejoin the European Union within a generation.
Hundreds of Haitian immigrants marched on New York on Friday to against comments allegedly made by President Trump in which he referred to their homeland as a "s**thole".
It is the first time shutdown since 2013 and means that only essential federal government services will be operating.