The blaze spread to nearby buildings including the Campus nightclub and O2 ABC music venue Dean of Westminster, John Hall, accompanied by first wife Jane Hawking, watches as daughter Lucy Hawking, places flowers at the site of the internment of the ashes of Stephen Hawking in the nave Westminster Abbey.
The world renowned physicist and author of A Brief History of Time, died early in the morning of 14 March 2018, at the age of 76.
Northern Ireland could be given joint EU and UK status and a 'buffer zone' on its border with the Republic, under new plans being drawn up by David Davis, according to reports Eleanor Crossey Malone displays an abortion pill packet after taking a pill as abortion rights campaign group ROSA, Reproductive Rights Against Oppression, Sexism and Austerity distribute abortion pills from a touring bus in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Flouting Northern Irish governmental laws which forbid the use of abortion pills the group are also protesting outside offices belonging to the main political parties in the province.
Seventy-one people were killed after the fire tore through the housing block in Kensington Bishop of Southwark Christopher Chessun and members of the public attend a commemoration service on the first anniversary of the London Bridge terror attack.
Britain held a national minute of silence on June 3, one year on from the London Bridge terror attack that killed eight people and injured dozens more Traffic passes anti-Brexit signs on the County Derry/Londonderry Northern Ireland and County Donegal in the Irish Republic.
Police are investigating the scene after a man and woman were exposed to nerve agent novichok and are in critical condition British police officers stand facing a residential property in Amesbury.
British police have declared a "major incident" after two people were exposed to an unknown substance in the town, and are cordoning off places the people are known to have visited before falling ill Prime Minister Theresa May holds up a Belgium football shirt given to her by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, center left, during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels.
The migrants were recruited to rebuild post-war Britain Revellers watch the sunrise as they celebrate the pagan festival of Summer Solstice at Stonehenge in Wiltshire.
Companies belonging to wealthy overseas-based landowners including H&M chairman Carl Stefan Erling Persson and racehorse breeder Prince Khalid Abdullah al Saud also receive hundreds of thousands of pounds in subsidies, Greenpeace said.
Currently, the lion's share of the UK's £3 billion in subsidies from the EU goes to basic payments linked to land area, with some environmental requirements, while a proportion is paid to environmentally friendly farming and other schemes.
New Environment Secretary Michael Gove has said Brexit is a chance to get rid of bureaucracy and design a better system of supporting farmers that could better protect and enhance the environment.
Greenpeace UK's policy director Dr Doug Parr said: "It's simply indefensible that taxpayers' money is being used to bankroll huge subsidies going to billionaires largely on the basis of how much land they own.
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