Leading MPs in Spain, Saudi Arabia and the UK say that the Israel-Hamas "truce agreement" is an opportunity for the world to set up strategies that facilitate a two-state solution.
A collaborative BBC Panorama investigation has exposed Sergey Mironov for illegitimately adopting a child who was kidnapped from Ukraine in 2022.
Introducing children to sports at a young age can generate successful business leaders and assist with the fight to end gender inequality.
The financial impacts of Brexit have left UK business investment levels "chilled", according to the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.
After the Supreme Court ruled the Rwanda Bill unlawful, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak declared that he would relentlessly continue his crackdown on migration.
The former Labour Leader has again been criticised for releasing a controversial statement that does not condemn Hamas as a proscribed terrorist organisation.
As part of its policy that sets out to "sinicise" religious minorities, the Chinese government has ordered the destruction of thousands of mosques.
A Save the Children report reveals that before Oct 7, more than half of Gaza's children had suicidal thoughts and three in five of the children were already engaging in self-harm.
The agreement of a temporary ceasefire has been facilitated by Qatari mediators and will see at least 200 hostages freed by both Hamas and Israel.
The National Living Wage will increase in 2024 to end low hourly pay for full-time workers and those hit hard by the cost of living crisis across the UK.
The Business Confidence Survey reveals that hospitality leaders in Britain are becoming increasingly optimistic despite the challenge of Brexit business rates and inflation.
Hamas mentioned a possible 'truce' after an Israeli entrepreneur released footage, that was allegedly taken by Hamas cameras and sent to families, of Israeli's being killed and kidnapped on Oct 7.
According to the Good Law Project, the donations put towards the UK branch of the "hate group" Alliance Defending Freedom, have doubled.
A huge 84 per cent of content creators feel that they have to refrain from posting about sustainability due to fears of 'greenwashing' and being 'cancelled'.
The UK has pledged millions to support the development of space technology that tackles global issues like weather prediction, climate-change monitoring and space debris removal.
Instead of being used to reduce tiredness among teachers, UNESCO says that AI can be used to fight global inequalities in the education sector.
In a bid to help the economy recover from the financial effects of COVID-19, European authorities have welcomed remote workers through the digital nomad visa.
As the IDF continues with its on-the-ground advance to "eliminate" Hamas and to find Israeli hostages, the UN reports that more than 40 patients, including premature babies, have died in Gaza's hospitals.
Due to the dramatic increase in prices across the UK, retail sale volumes are the lowest that they have ever been since 2021.
David Cameron has stepped into his new role as Foreign Secretary with a visit to Ukraine to reinforce the UK's consistent support against Russia's aggression.
MPs have launched an inquiry that sets out to teach all students – aged 11 to 16 – about money management amid the cost of living crisis.
Dozens of Labour MPs resigned after 293 MPs voted to reject the SNP's King Speech amendment that called for "all parties to agree to an immediate ceasefire" in Gaza.
According to the charity, Retail Trust, one-third of retail workers said that they are victims of customer abuse on a weekly basis.
While 80 per cent of Cumbria's population said that they did not want a job, MPs and CEOs are fighting to save its hospitality and tourism sector from crashing.
While MPs debate an SNP amendment that supports an "immediate ceasefire" Labour Leader Keir Starmer struggles to find party unity.
Rishi Sunak says that the Tory Party will continue to push for the Rwanda Bill that was ruled 'unlawful' by the Supreme Court.
Fans of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here have pledged to boycott the show for casting Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage.
More than 3,000 residents have been evacuated from Grindavik as the construction of lava barriers at the Svartsengi Geothermal Power Plant continues.
While the IDF accuse Hamas of prohibiting the Al Shifa Hospital from acquiring 300 litres of fuel, heavy rainfall is contributing to several power cuts in hospitals across the Strip.
A new report highlights how female entrepreneurs are repeatedly met with social biases that impact their future career trajectory and earning potential.