Neighbours made “valiant” attempts to save victims of a flat blaze in Denbighshire which killed a woman and two children, say firefighters.
Tens of thousands of people are marching in London, Glasgow and Belfast in protest against the government’s austerity measures.
A new wave of refugees passes through a city destroyed in WWI
Luxembourg is celebrating the marriage of its heir-apparent Crown Prince Guillaume – the biggest royal event in decades in the tiny Grand Duchy.
A woman dies and eight others, including six police officers, are in hospital after a car plunged into a river in Bristol.
Annual appraisals of doctors’ skills will start from December, heralding the biggest shake-up in medical regulation for more than 150 years.
EU leaders agree to phase in a single supervisory body for eurozone banks over the course of 2013, in an apparent Franco-German compromise deal.
Police say they are looking into comments on BNP leader Nick Griffin’s Twitter account about a gay couple at the centre of a landmark legal case.