Rishi Sunak is under fire over a last-minute snub to the Greek PM on the Elgin Marbles issue which led to the Greek PM returning to Greece without discussing issues like illegal immigration and Gaza.
While Hamas claim that its youngest hostage was killed in an IDF airstrike, Israeli children are revealing what they were forced to endure in captivity.
Her comments have sparked a debate on social media platforms.
The Hamas-Israel "truce agreement" has been extended to allow for the release of more captives and an influx of aid into the Gaza Strip.
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.
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.
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.
While MPs debate an SNP amendment that supports an "immediate ceasefire" Labour Leader Keir Starmer struggles to find party unity.
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.
David Cameron returns to the front benches in a shocking development, as Braverman is sacked over claims that the Met Police is "biased".
Prior to her firing, after hundreds of demonstrators were arrested, Home Secretary Suella Braverman said that pro-Palestinian protests were led by "mobs".
UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is visiting Saudi Arabia to meet the foreign ministers of the region to discuss ways to formulate the two-state solution and increase aid in Gaza.
Downing Street said it had launched an informal investigation into how Mrs Braverman's article came to be published without the changes they had requested.
The UN conference brought together dozens of nations, aid agencies and international organisations to discuss the current humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) report that troops have Hamas Leader Yahyu Sinwar "surrounded in his bunker" and the Hamas Head of Weapons has been "eliminated".
After accusing Hamas of blocking the route that allowed civilians to relocate in the south of Gaza, the IDF has opened an additional humanitarian route to the southern region.
However, no official statement has been issued by any of the parties involved in the controversy.
Tens of thousands of people continue to rally in support of a ceasefire, amid police warnings that anyone showing support for Hamas could face arrest.
Mounir is from the last living generation that experienced the Nakba, the expulsion of 750,000 Palestinians from the Holy Land in 1948. This is his story.
While the assault on Gaza continues, British nationals who have been evacuated to Egypt have been pushed to acquire valid UK visas within three days for family members.
After being trapped in Gaza for almost four weeks, Elizabeth and Maged El-Nakla were permitted to return and exit the besieged enclave through the Rafah crossing.
Hamas militants and IDF soldiers come face-to-face as Israel continues to encircle its notorious tunnel network.
Senior UN Human Rights Official Accuses Organisation of 'Failing' in the Face of "Genocide" in Parting Missive
Craig Mokhiber's letter follows the recent high-profile resignation of senior US State Department official, Josh Paul, over "destructive" US policy decisions.
Using the derogatory label "Pallywood", pro-Israel social media accounts have accused Palestinians of faking their injuries in photos for international sympathy.
The October 7 Israel-Hamas conflict sparked protests across major cities across the globe, including London, Paris, Rome and New York.
The BDS movement has once again started to encourage people to join large boycott demonstrations against companies tied to Israel.