Theresa May will set out details of the government's landmark review of higher education funding in England, and may announce reduced tuition fees.
Six Turkish journalists have received life sentences for their alleged involvement in the failed July 2016 coup to remove President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has admitted that the party "is collapsing" as it prepares for an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to decide the fate of leader Henry Bolton.
British negotiators are reportedly preparing to push for the kind of Brexit favoured by the UK's financial services sector, despite Brussels having already rebuffed such a plan.
A new report claims that the US is wasting billions of dollars upgrading nuclear bombs based in Europe that are no longer an effective deterrent and could be a security liability.
A new report has called on the government to give £10,000 to everyone under 55 years of age as part of a move towards a national universal basic income (UBI).
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has said a probe was required to find out if there was "excessive profit-making by those who make Freddos".
Labour's shadow Northern Ireland secretary Owen Smith has said that Theresa May should force the devolved government to accept same-sex marriage if power-sharing talks fail.
Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi claims he ended Cold War by bringing the US and Russia together.
The number of air strikes conducted by international and Afghan air forces "increased significantly" in 2017, the UN says, killing 295 civilians and injuring 336.
Nepali President Bidya Devi Bhandari has appointed moderate communist KP Sharma Oli as the next prime minister of the Himalayan state.
Reince Priebus, former chief of staff to US President Donald Trump, has said that the chaos inside Trump's White House was even worse than reported.
A report by the US intelligence agencies has warned that China and Russia are developing space weapons to be used against satellites in future conflicts.
This Valentine's Day, the Thai government is handing out an unusual gift to encourage couples to help boost the nation's low birth rate; prenatal vitamin pills.
Data from the EU statistics office shows that the economy of the 28-member EU grew by 2.5% in 2017, its best performance since it grew 2.7% in 2007.
A 13,500-year-old carved bison bone dredged from the North Sea is the oldest piece of Dutch art ever found.
US President Donald Trump has said he will no longer allow the US to be China's 'piggy bank', as he discussed tariffs and quotas for steel and aluminium imports.
The bill, which will come to approximately 2.86bn Korean won (£1.9m, $2.64m), will be paid from the South's Ministry of Unification budget.
An inmate missing from his cell in a prison in Colorado, USA, was discovered hiding in the ceiling after the detention centre was put into lock down and a perimeter search launched.
More than one third of the White House staff left their positions in the first year of Donald Trump's presidency; a rate unmatched in the previous five administrations.
A quarter of all property owned by overseas companies in England and Wales is held by companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, according to new research.
Three people have been stabbed after a fight broke out during a funeral in Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. None are believed to be in a life-threatening condition.
The French government has announced it will introduce a "Universal National Service" for young citizens, as President Emmanuel Macron delivers on one of his campaign pledges.
Israel will boycott the Israeli Film Festival in Paris over its screening of Foxtrot - an Israeli film in which IDF soldiers kill and bury four Arab youths.
Commonwealth leaders are gathering in London where they will begin secret discussions as to who will succeed Queen Elizabeth II as head of the organisation.
Kim Jong-un has called for "livening up of the warm climate of reconciliation" between the two Koreas after the successful visit of a Northern delegation to the Winter Olympics.
Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili has been abducted by armed men from a restaurant in Kiev, Ukraine, after a court rejected his appeal against extradition to Georgia.
The social media reach of state-run Russian news networks eclipsed that of the largest Leave campaigns in the run up to the Brexit referendum.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has promised to continue strikes in Syria despite the risk of sparking a conflict with Iran via its Syrian and Lebanese proxies.
The North Korean cheerleaders attending the Winter Olympics have sparked a row by donning face masks appearing to represent the first leader of North Korea.