Watch this cow charge through a cricket match

To the surprise and shock of onlookers at a cricket match in Cheshire, a cow decided to charge through the middle of the game. The match the animal horned in on was between Mossley Cricket Club and Kerridge. 1 day ago

Theresa May Strikes Deal With DUP After Weeks of Uncertainty

The DUP has agreed a deal to support the minority Conservative government following two weeks of negotiations.As part of the deal, Prime Theresa May has agreed to drop triple lock pension reforms and to keep the universal winter fuel allowance. May also agreed to deliver 2% of GDP to Northern Irelands armed forces. 23 hours ago

Police drag away protesters in wheelchairs from Mitch McConnells office

Capitol Police removed protesters, many of whom are disabled and wheelchair-bound, from outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnells office after text of the GOP Senate health care bill was released Thursday. Protesters were organized by a group called ADAPT, which identifies itself as a non-profit for people with disabilities. 4 days ago

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May says offer on rights of EU citizens is fair and serious

British Prime Minister Theresa May said on 23 June that the offer she had made on the rights of EU citizens to live in Britain after Brexit was very fair and very serious and that her government would set out more detailed proposals later. EU leaders greeted the offer made during a summit in Brussels late on 22 June with a degree of scepticism and said many questions remained. 4 days ago

Australian senator breastfeeds baby whilst moving a motion for first time

Australian Greens Senator Larissa Waters breastfed her baby daughter, Alia, while moving a motion in the Senate on Thursday, 22 June. Waters made headlines just weeks earlier for being the first federal lawmaker to breastfeed during Senate proceedings, being the first MP to benefit from a new family friendly rule change made in February 2016. 4 days ago

Day of Rage protester angry at Conservatives voting down Housing Bill

Around one hundred people gathered on Parliament Square as part of what organisers had billed as the Day of Rage demonstration on June 21. The anti-government demonstration deliberately coincided with the Queens Speech, with the aim of demanding justice for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.  5 days ago

Australian senator breastfeeds baby whilst moving a motion for first time

Australian Greens Senator Larissa Waters breastfed her baby daughter, Alia, while moving a motion in the Senate on Thursday, 22 June. Waters made headlines just weeks earlier for being the first federal lawmaker to breastfeed during Senate proceedings, being the first MP to benefit from a new family friendly rule change made in February 2016. 4 days ago

European Council President Donald Tusk refuses to rule out reversal of Brexit

European Council President Donald Tusk quoted British singer John Lennon on June 22, as he was telling reporters he still imagined a possibility that Britain remains in the European Union. Discussing the different possible outcomes of Brexit negotiations at a news conference, Tusk said the EU itself had been built on dreams that seemed impossible to achieve. 4 days ago

Theresa May says combustible cladding used on other buildings

Cladding on a number of British tower blocks has been confirmed as combustible in tests conducted after a deadly fire in west London, Prime Minister Theresa May said on 22 June. May was making a statement in the House of Commons about the Grenfell Tower fire, in which 79 people have been confirmed dead, or are missing presumed dead. 5 days ago