4 people hurt in fire that destroyed or damaged 8 buildings

4 people hurt in fire that destroyed or damaged 8 buildings

Eighteen fire departments provided mutual aid to Lawrence to help with the fire. This story has been corrected to show that five buildings were damaged, not eight. The Red Cross is helping those who have been displaced. Moriarty said the city is lucky no one was seriously injured, lauding his own crews and the others that responded.

Scotland's papers: Michael Gove's return and teenager drugs death

The return to the Cabinet of Mr Gove will be seen as an attempt to head off any challenge from the Brexiteer wing of the party. Michael Gove is "entirely unfit" to carry out his new brief as Environment Secretary, the leader of the Green Party has said.

United Kingdom urges Gulf states to ease blockade against Qatar

Dujarric said the secretary-general was encouraging diplomacy "to address concerns and is ready to support such efforts, if desired by all parties". Speaking at the Embassy of Qatar in Paris, the minister said Qatar has no idea as to why Saudi Arabia and its allies imposed the blockade.

DUP will use increased influence responsibly, Arlene Foster says

DUP will use increased influence responsibly, Arlene Foster says

The Conservative government has pledged to deliver Brexit by the end of March 2019, and negotiations with the European Union are due to formally begin on June 19, with Britain's negotiators seeking to ensure the best possible free trade deal with the EU.

UK PM May's Brexit plan has not changed, her spokesman says

He told Sky News: "It's in the week of next week, basically, the first discussions". If the PM fails to give a convincing performance to the backbench Conservative MPs on Monday, known collectively as the 1922 committee, she could face a leadership challenge within days.

EU and UK citizens should not fret over Brexit future, Davis says

The Prime Minister is facing a hard meeting of the backbench 1922 Committee later on Monday after losing her Commons majority in last week's election. Second, it would have to overturn a British legal opinion that the request to leave under Article 50 can not be revoked. May, who had campaigned against Brexit last year, delivered her terms for withdrawal in March, binding London into a tight, two-year countdown to departure.