ARCTIC winds are expected to plunge the country back into sub-zero temperatures after a brief mid-week rise in temperature.
Forecasters have predicted a double-digit rise in temperatures today before the country is hit by unrelenting winds from the north.
Large swathes of Scotland, Wales, northern England, the Midlands, and the eastern
BRITAIN has agreed to pay up to £39billion in a Brexit divorce bill as Theresa May pushes for a trade deal with the EU.
UK taxpayers are set to continue handing over cash to Brussels for decades to come – with Sun analysis revealing an eye-watering sum of at
BRITAIN was thought to have suffered its coldest night in five years last night with temperatures as low as -15C.
Parts of the UK were expected to be colder than Moscow in the early hours of this morning with the Russian capital enjoying a relatively balmy -4C by comparison.
THE MOST Googled questions about the UK from abroad have been revealed – with people from overseas very interested in Brexit.
New research shows the top question on the search engine about our country are based on the vote to leave the EU – including Russia asking: “Why did
A YOUNG Brit faces two years in a “horrific” Dubai prison after he tested positive for cannabis shortly after starting a new job in the UAE.
Connor Clements, 24, from Everton, Liverpool, flew out to the Middle Eastern country to turn his life around after landing a job as
HEAVY snow up to 11 inches deep has plunged Britain’s transport network into chaos with crashed cars, grounded planes and cancelled trains.
North Wales and central England have been blanketed in the white stuff overnight with a 20-mile tailback on the M11 caused by a lorry catching fire.
HEAVY snow and freezing temperatures have blanketed Britain today with more of the white stuff expected overnight.
Forecasters expect up to 10 inches of snowfall and temperatures plummeting to -12C in the worst-hit places of central England and north Wales.
Snow warnings have been put out by the Met Office for
SNOW warnings have been put out by the Met Office for today as forecasters fear more of the white stuff dropping from Cornwall to Scotland.
Widespread disruption is expected on the roads after snow fell across several parts of the UK in recent days causing temperatures to plummet.
PEOPLE across the UK made the most of a snow day after heavy snowfall and temperatures plummeted overnight – with up to 8 inches of snow expected to fall.
Forecasters have warned of a chilly blast taking temperatures down to -12C in some places over the weekend as an Arctic
HUNDREDS of Brit jihadis who joined ISIS are in the cross-hairs of the RAF after the new defence minister Gavin Williamson vowed to take them all out.
An estimated 270 fanatics from the UK are being hunted down one-by-one in Syria and Iraq to stop them returning home and unleashing
JOBS will start to leave Britain within a few months if Brexit trade talks don’t get the green light next week, business bosses warned last night.
Lobbying group the CBI said more than half of companies were planning to kickstart their emergency plans by Easter unless negotiations move forwards.
A CHENNAI Six Brit soldier said a heartfelt "thank you" to supporters as he landed at Glasgow Airport - after four years locked up in an Indian prison.
Billy Irving, from Argyll and Bute, walked out to bagpipes playing as he arrived home after winning his legal battle over
ARLENE FOSTER tonight stood firm on the Brexit deal which was scuppered by the DUP - and blamed the Irish government for the collapse of the agreement.
Theresa May has been pleading with the unionist party to agree with her Irish border plans, but the DUP leader snubbed talks in
This Morning's Alison Hammond has done it again. On Friday, as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out for their first royal engagement in Nottingham, the British TV host hid amongst the crowds, hoping to scoop an interview with the pair. After having been royally avoided by Harry,
OLDER people are being subject to more abuse since the Brexit vote, charity chiefs have warned.
Age UK bosses said 'Baby Boomer' was being used as a term of abuse as young people felt they were "stealing their future".
Around three quarters of 18 to 24 year-olds backed Remain, whereas
A LABOUR MP was today compared to Donald Trump after she said Ireland will have to pay for border controls after Brexit.
Kate Hoey insisted that because the UK doesn't want a hard border with Ireland, Brits shouldn't have to fund it if it does happen.
She also suggested the
AMERICAN drugs giant Merck are to open a new £1bn European HQ in Britain creating 150 new jobs, in a fresh Brexit boost.
The pharmaceutical company - known as MSD in Britain - will open their state of the art hub in the UK, the Business Secretary will say
LAKESIDE shopping centre are to introduce a 'fast lane' to help busy shoppers avoid more leisurely customers.
Bosses at the enormous retail centre in Essex have laid down a 700ft-long track instructing speedy shoppers to walk quickly.
Slower paced buyers will be able to browse as usual without having busy
DONALD TRUMP is "looking forward" to visiting Britain "soon", one of his close allies has said.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant said it won't be long before the US President comes to the UK for a state visit - which is expected to be next year.
The 62-year-old said that Mr
SICK jihadis have hinted that terror attacks could be carried out in markets and high streets this Christmas.
Mocked-up images have been shared on Isis-supporting messaging groups with one showing Regent Street in London.
It depicts a hooded man standing over Father Christmas with the caption 'soon on your holidays'.
BRITS should wrap up warm this weekend as temperatures drop and snow, frost and gales sweep across the country.
Wintry weather has gripped the UK this week and it is set to continue into a chilly weekend.
Snow could even fall as far south as Devon as the Met Office
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A MEDICAL expert has warned that the plague, which has already killed 140 people in Madagascar, could mutate and become untreatable.
Professor Paul Hunter also warned it was possible for the disease to reach Europe and North America like the Ebola virus did in 2014 following an outbreak in
WINTER temperatures, wind and SNOW are set to sweep through the UK this weekend.
Brits should prepare for a chilly few days with gale force winds and showers as the cold snap continues.
Today started cold and frosty for many throughout the country but the south has seen blue skies
THERESA May is preparing to offer up to £20billion more to Brussels in the first week of December to kick start Brexit trade talks, The Sun has learnt.
The additional money would come on top of the £18 billion the Prime Minister said she will pay to secure a
THE pound was down against the US dollar this morning (November 16) after new UK job figures showed employment "declined slightly" in the past three months.
Sterling dropped by 0.21 per cent to 1.3144 after the data revealed the employment rate remained at 4.3 per cent but but the
The 34-year-old is no stranger to appearing on reality TV but it would take a lot of money for him to do CBB
SCOTT Disick has turned down a six-figure sum to appear on Celebrity Big Brother.
The 34-year-old has been approached to do the show ten times in the
EU citizens who become British can STILL bring their non-EU spouses to the UK, a European Court has ruled today.
A landmark case declared that it was wrong for the Home Office to prevent a British-Spanish citizen from being able to have her Algerian husband come and live with
A MEDICAL expert has warned that the plague, which has already killed 140 people in Madagascar, could mutate and even become untreatable.
Professor Paul Hunter also warned it was possible for the disease to reach Europe and North America like the Ebola virus did in 2014 following an outbreak
BRITS will soon be hit with fresh Arctic misery following a brief spell of mild weather this week - as low pressure brings snow, sleet and hail.
Temperatures will lift into double figures over the next couple of days as balmy breezes blow in from the south.
But experts warn