AIRPORTS and airlines could be hit with £50,000 fines for allowing hundreds of passengers every year to bypass border control and enter the UK without the proper clearance.
The Home Office is looking at dishing out new penalties to deal with travellers being “misdirected” on their arrival in Britain
IRELAND'S prime minister wants to see the UK break apart, he admitted today.
Leo Varadkar said he will try and persuade unionist voters to support a united Ireland - in comments likely to enrage the DUP and Brexiteers.
The country's PM is supposed to guarantee the Good Friday Agreement, which
THE same model of seaplane that killed a British millionaire and his family on New Year's Eve caused the deaths of ANOTHER British family - just two years ago.
Richard Cousins, 58, died yesterday alongside new fiancee Emma Bowden, her 11-year-old daughter Heather and his sons, Ed, 23, and William,
A DEADLY Aussie flu has claimed its first victims in Ireland as medics fear it is about to sweep the UK.
The HSE has revealed a number of people have died from the flu as cases of the strong 'Aussie' strain doubled in just one week.
The ‘Aussie flu’ caused
2017 has been our best year yet, and 2018 will be even better.
I know that’s an unfashionable view. The official line is that we’re all going to hell in a handcart, that Brexit is crashing our economy, that Donald Trump is threatening world peace and that our living
AN outbreak of so-called ‘Aussie Flu’ has struck down more than one thousand Brits in the past week.
Government statistics show 1,111 people were infected with the virus – a 156 per cent jump on the previous seven days.
The sharp rise in cases, released by Public Health England, has
SNOW, thunderstorms and torrential downpours have blasted Britain today - but it's not over yet.
Storm Dylan is expected to batter the country from Saturday, with warnings that buildings could be damaged as strong winds sweep across the UK on New Year's Eve.
The Met Office has also warned there
SENIOR EU figures have “fantasised about seeing David Davis sidelined” in the Brexit talks say sources as the row over who is leading the negotiations deepens.
Sources rejected claims made yesterday the Brexit Secretary is being bypassed following a report Brussels’ chief negotiator had a meeting with a senior
SNOW, thunderstorms and torrential downpours have blasted Britain today, causing widespread travel chaos.
Heavy snow grounded flights at Glasgow Airport this morning after one of the coldest nights in the UK overnight, with Brits warned to be on their guard throughout today's severe weather.
Parts of northern England and Scotland woke
A MUSLIM student suffered a chilling attack when the strangers he wished "Merry Christmas" to chucked glass at him and kicked him in the face after asking if he was a suicide bomber.
Two men have been arrested for racially aggravated assault after the alleged attack on Ihsan Abualrob,
BRITAIN'S freezing conditions are set to continue - with temperatures plummeting tonight just in time to become the coldest night of 2017.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for swathes of the country which will remain in place until midday, warning that dangerous black ice is set
DAMP roads and pathways are set to cause chaos tomorrow as black ice is expected to settle after today's flurry of wintry showers.
The treacherous ice which camouflages on surfaces, could cause disruption for passengers heading home after the Christmas break, as temperatures are set to drop as low as
HUNDREDS of airport passengers were left stranded overnight after snow closed runways as Brits are warned black ice could cause morning rush hour chaos.
Tensions were high at Stansted Airport where up to 300 furious travellers faced last-minute cancellations and some complained they were stuck on planes for hours.
BRITS have been plunged into chaos after snow blanketed the UK leaving flights grounded, homes without power and carnage on the roads.
Passengers heading home after the Christmas break have been warned to check their flights after the runway at Stansted was shut.
The airport confirmed flights are unable to
A LORRY crash has closed the M1 and 24,000 homes have been left without power after snow blanketed the UK last night causing temperatures to plummet.
Drivers returning to work or home after the Christmas break are stuck in tailbacks stretching back miles on the M1 southbound at junction
BRITS were warned of travel chaos today as temperatures plunged to -8C overnight after a day of snow on Boxing Day.
A yellow weather warning for ice is in place for much of Scotland, North and East Midlands, Yorkshire, North East England and Northern Ireland.
Forecasters also issued a warning for
More people are expected to flock to the UK than ever before in 2018, according to the national tourism agency.
VisitBritain predicts there will be nearly 42 million visits over the next 12 months, with tourists to spend an estimated £27 billion.
Total visits for 2017 are on track to
BRITS could face travel chaos as temperatures are set to plunge to -8C overnight after a day of snow on Boxing Day - with more forecast for tomorrow.
Roads are expected to be icy as a yellow weather warning has been issued for much of Scotland, North and East Midlands,
BRITAIN is braced for up to four inches of snow to sweep across the country - bringing travel chaos as Christmas revellers prepare to head back to work
Thick snow is set to cover parts of Scotland, while the Midlands, Wales, the south west and the south east of
RETAIL bosses today warn prices will spiral unless Theresa May ensures the UK is still covered by all of the EU’s trade deals on Brexit.
From the day the UK leaves the EU - March 29, 2019 - Britain will no longer be party to more than 60 agreements
"These people continue to look down their noses at ordinary people who dare to have a different view to them. Since the referendum all they have done is insult and mock people who voted for Brexit."
Theresa May has hailed the move to bring back blue travel documents as
AN ICELANDIC blast is set to grip the country at New Year bringing freezing temperatures and icy downpours.
The Midlands and southern England will be hit by heavy rain while more wintry showers, including snow is expected in the north.
Frequent troughs of low pressure will roll in from the
BORIS JOHNSON was today caught in a row with Russia after a top official from the country blasted him for going public with hacking concerns.
Foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said the two nations should sort out their differences face to face behind closed doors rather than out in the
PUBLIC sector borrowing was down £200million to £8.7billion in November.
Top economists had predicted the figure would soar to £9billion.
A Treasury spokesman said: “This is the best year-to-date borrowing in a decade, but there is still further to go to repair the public finances.
“We continue to build an economy
THE EU is set to offer Britain an off-the-peg trade deal if the UK can't unite behind a Brexit vision, it emerged today.
Brussels officials have reportedly accused Britain of being in "Brexit la-la land" and are concerned that ministers are warring over European trade.
They will tell the UK
JEREMY CORBYN faced embarrassment last night after dozens of his MPs defied orders and voted to keep Britain in the customs union after Brexit.
The Labour rebellion highlighted deep divisions in the party over Brexit - with senior figures pushing for a softer line on the EU.
Mr Corbyn ordered
SPOOKS are braced for a generation of Brit killer kids who grew up under ISIS to return as brain-washed jihadi recruiters and fighters, Theresa May was warned today.
The UK’s top security watchdog says UK children who grew up with their jihadi parents in Iraq and Syria pose a
A SERVICEMAN was charged £150 to have five light bulbs changed.
It was included in a £740 maintenance bill after he moved out of a barracks house.
CarillionAmey are paid £2.8billion by the MoD to maintain and repair 45,000 Armed Forces homes.
Accommodation has to be left in a “fit state”
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 18, 2017
Royal Christmas cards just seem to be getting cuter and cuter. On Monday, shortly after Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall shared their festive portrait on Twitter, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released a new family photo featuring Prince George
BREXIT will harm Brussels as well as Britain, Michel Barnier's right-hand man admitted today as he demanded the UK swallow all new EU law passed during the two year transition phase.
Their divorce red line came as top EU Commission aide Stefaan De Rynck declared, “For us I don't