Britain's attorney general said the two teams locked in talks in Brussels exchanged "robust, strong views" as they sought to find a breakthrough in Brexit talks.
Britain's 800-year-old parliament has a big decision to make, and little time to make it.
Scotland's parliament and the Welsh national assembly voted on Tuesday to oppose the Brexit deal agreed by the UK government, the first time they have done so simultaneously in a sign of the United Kingdom's internal fracture over Brexit.
U.S. AIDS activists said on Tuesday they were encouraged by news that a patient in London became the second known person to be cleared of the deadly HIV infection but warned that the development is only one more step in a decades-long battle.
Talks between British Prime Minister Theresa May's top government lawyer and European Union negotiators to win concessions from the bloc on Brexit ended with no agreement in Brussels on Tuesday.
London's Kings Cross St Pancras underground station has reopened after a fire alert proved to be a false alarm, a spokeswoman for the city's transport authorities said on Tuesday.
Ireland's police service said on Tuesday it was helping British colleagues investigate who mailed three small bombs to two of London's airports and a major rail station on Tuesday.
Parcel bombs sent to London's main airport and two other major transport hubs on Tuesday had Irish stamps and Irish police are now assisting British counter-terrorism officers, broadcaster Sky News said on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Theresa May's top government lawyer was holding talks in Brussels on Tuesday in a last-ditch bid to secure changes to get her Brexit deal through parliament and smooth Britain's departure from the European Union.
Police were called to London's Waterloo station and to a building near London City Airport on Tuesday after reports of suspicious packages being found, although services were running as normal.
Prime Minister Theresa May's top government lawyer heads to Brussels on Tuesday in a last-ditch bid to secure changes to get her Brexit deal through parliament and smooth Britain's departure from the European Union.
Foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Tuesday the European Union was giving "reasonably positive" signals about giving Britain changes to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal which could help it get parliamentary backing.
British consumers reined in their spending in February ahead of Brexit and shoppers focused on buying food, including for stock-piling, rather than non-essential items, data released on Tuesday showed.
An HIV-positive man in Britain has become the second known adult worldwide to be cleared of the AIDS virus after he received a bone marrow transplant from an HIV resistant donor, his doctors said.
Two teenagers were killed in knife attacks in Britain over the weekend, bringing the number of people killed in stabbings this year to at least 24 and pushing the bloodshed to the forefront of national concern.
British police and political parties may have tried to protect high-profile individuals suspected of child sex offences, a lawyer for an inquiry into allegations of historical abuse said on Monday.
Britain's royals unveiled a new protocol on Monday for users of their social media channels, asking for kindness and warning of possible police action following a rise in abusive comments, often aimed at Prince Harry's pregnant wife Meghan.
Prime Minister Theresa May's top lawyer will try to clinch a Brexit compromise with the European Union this week in a last ditch bid to win over rebellious British lawmakers before crunch votes that could delay the divorce for three months.
The Northern Irish party which props up British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal wants "treaty-level change" before it will support her divorce deal, the BBC said.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Monday set out plans for a 1.6 billion pound fund to help to boost economic growth in Brexit-supporting communities with ministers denying it was a bribe to win support for her EU exit deal.