OPCW leaves site of suspected chemical attack in Syria
ITV News has exclusively captured the moment OPCW inspectors returned to Damascus after visiting the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack in Douma.
Letitia Wright & Sebastian Stan read each other's vibes
Sebastian Stan & Letitia Wright may not have strong Spidey senses, but they're good at reading each other's vibes. Things to note - no touching Seb!
Carwyn Jones to step down as first minister of Wales
The first minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, has announced he's standing down in the autumn after nine years in the job. Mr Jones told the Welsh Labour conference in Llandudno it would be his last as leader - saying his departure would give the party, his family and his country a "fresh start".
Sadiq: PM needs to earn back trust of Windrush generation
Speaking at the St.George's Day celebration in Trafalgar Square, London Mayor Sadiq Khan says Theresa May needs to "earn back the trust" of the Windrush generation.
Sebastian Stan continues to trash talk Tom Holland
As Letitia Wright and Sebastian Stan continue the Avengers: Infinity War promo, so too does the trash talking of Tom Holland, all in jest though.
Funeral of Palestinian killed by Israeli army
Funeral of one of the four Palestinian men killed by Israeli army during protests at the Gaza-Israeli border.
DJ Avicii dies aged 28
The world-famous electronic dance musician Avicii has died in Oman, at the age of 28.
Gun salutes at Tower of London and Hyde Park mark Queen's birthday
The Queen's 92nd birthday marked with a 62-gun salute at the Tower of London and a 41-gun salute in Hyde Park.
'Meg, meg!!' Prince Harry tries to get Meghan Markle's attention
Prince Harry calls wife-to-be "Meg" as he tries to get her attention at Invictus Games event in London
Wedding gifts? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle receive matching Invictus Games' jumpers
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were given matching Invictus jumpers as they joined the Australian Prime Minister at a London reception ahead of the Invictus Games in Sydney later this year.
Happy 92nd Birthday to the Queen! A look back at the last year
The Queen celebrates her 92nd birthday on Saturday 21st April 2018. We take a look at the highlights of the past 12 months
Arsène Wenger to leave Arsenal after 22 years
Arsène Wenger will depart Arsenal Football Club at the end of the 2017/18 season. We look back on the French manager's 22-year reign
May pledges to help Windrush generation
Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged her 'absolute commitment' to help resolve the 'anxieties and problems' the Windrush generation are facing in the UK. The PM also said compensation would be give 'where appropriate' during her speech to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London.
Theresa May highlights security in the Commonwealth agenda
Prime Minister Theresa May has said the Commonwealth stand together on the security issues we face. The comments come as part of her speech at the Commonwealth Heads of State press conference.
Gazidis: It's been an emotional day
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis admitted it had been "an emotional day" and explained that Wenger was busy preparing for Sunday's game against West Ham. The comments come as Arsene Wenger has announced his decision to step down as Arsenal manager.
Hammond says Brexit transition period helps financial firms
Chancellor Philip Hammond says the transition period during Brexit negotiations allows large financial firms to hold off on making major decisions before reviewing how Britain's talks with the EU unfold.
Corbyn calls for May to end Windrush immigration legislation
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, has called on Prime Minister Theresa May to reverse her 2014 Immigration Act which has dramatically effected the Windrush generation.
Corbyn: I have a lot of respect and admiration for Wenger
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has praised Arsene Wenger for the achievements he made during his career as manager of Arsenal.
Your FridayFeelGood videos of the week
From the birth of a western lowland gorilla at a US zoo, to the April heatwave sweeping Britain, here are the most uplifting video clips of the week.
Liverpool manager praises Wenger's career
Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp has praised Arsene Wenger's footballing career as he departs his role as Arsenal Manger.
May: Commonwealth meeting is a 'powerful demonstration'
Leaders of the Commonwealth have gathered at Windsor Castle today as part of the ongoing Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. The group are set to discuss whether the Prince of Wales should succeed his mother as head of the 53-nation body when they meet behind closed doors.
Amber Rudd dodges questions about the Windrush generation
Home Secretary Amber Rudd dodged questions about the Windrush generation this morning as she left her home.
The Queen hosts dinner at Buckingham Palace
The Queen, along with Prince Charles and Prince William welcome Heads of State to the Queen’s Dinner, as part of the ongoing Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
Enoch Powell's 'Rivers of Blood' speech: 50 years on
On 20th April 1968 the then-Shadow Defence Secretary Enoch Powell delivered his controversial and divisive 'Rivers of Blood' speech
Prince Harry and Meghan mingle at Women’s empowerment event
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the CHOGM Women's Empowerment reception hosted by the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, where they were seen chatting and laughing with guests.
Russo Brothers call Infinity War an 'intense experience'
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo talk to Melissa about the mixed tones of Avengers: Infinity War and say we should "prepare for an intense experience".
Sniffer dogs on security detail ahead of royal wedding
Thames Valley Police's search dogs have been out in Windsor a month ahead of the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
South v North Korea: 68 years of war explained
68 years since open hostilities began, North and South Korea are still technically at war. But could a lasting peace agreement be possible in 2018?
The Queen hosts Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Gayford
The Queen has hosted New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford at Buckingham Palace.
Police conduct searches a month ahead of the royal wedding
Thames Valley Police are already securing the safety of more than 100 thousand people expected in Windsor for the Royal Wedding in a month’s time. In all, four police forces will be involved - with airport-style security scanners, snipers and search dogs all in place. Today, reporters were given a taste of what that operation many look like, as officers conducted public sweeps around the castle and in the town centre.
Queen hosts lunch for Commonwealth leaders at the Palace
The Queen and Prince Charles have hosted a lunch for Commonwealth leaders at Buckingham Palace as part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London.
Sun seekers flock to Southend-on-Sea as temperatures soar
Britons have been experiencing record April temperatures today with many people flocking to beaches such as Southend on Sea.
Nigerian Senate chaos as mace is stolen
Chaotic scenes emerged from the Nigerian Senate on Wednesday as thieves made off with the ceremonial mace
John McDonnell offers seat at the table to finance sector
The UK’s financial sector would have a seat at the table under a "radical" and "intervening" Labour government, John McDonnell has said. The shadow chancellor said that he wanted a "new start" between the party and the fiscal sector in order to build a “high investment, high wage economy”.
Gove: we need to “turn the tide” on plastic waste in the sea
Michael Gove has spoken on the need to “turn the tide” on plastic waste “clogging” the seas and oceans. The environment secretary called on the plastics industry to “change their ways” and produce more environmentally friendly products replacing items such as cotton ear buds and straws.
Queen opens Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
The Queen has welcomed heads of state from the countries of the Commonwealth to Buckingham Palace for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). The monarch told the gathering of dignitaries, royals and the prime minister that the Commonwealth was "growing stronger year by year".
Charles and Theresa May speak at CHOGM opening ceremony
Heads of state, high commissioners and foreign ministers have attended the Queen's opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Meghan should be Commonwealth head
Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has said she thinks Meghan Markle should be leader of the Commonwealth. The writer spoke of her admiration for the Queen saying the monarch was “absolutely adorable” and also described Ms Markle as a “beautiful black woman”.
The Queen views plans for the Commonwealth Walkway
The Queen enjoyed the sunshine on the lawn of Buckingham Palace as plans were unveiled for the Commonwealth Walkway. Her Majesty was in good spirits as she unveiled a special panel that will appear outside Marlborough House.
The Queen hosts Modi and Trudeau at Buckingham Palace
The Queen has hosted the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Buckingham Palace as part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
May and Corbyn clash over Windrush generation scandal
Theresa May has hit back at Labour accusations the Government had been "callous and incompetent" in its treatment of the so-called "Windrush generation”. During furious exchanges with Jeremy Corbyn at Prime Minister's Question Time, Mrs May said she would not take lessons from a leader who "allows anti-Semitism to run rife in his party".
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend Commonwealth event
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have arrived at the Commonwealth Youth Forum reception in central London, as the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting continues. The Youth Forum reception was part of the high-profile Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) week.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at Commonwealth event
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have arrived at the Commonwealth Youth Forum reception in central London, as the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting continues.
Prince Charles and Narendra Modi visit the Science Museum
Prince Charles and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have visited the Science Museum in London. The two men watched an Indian dance performance before meeting members of the UK Indian community at a reception.
Theresa May apologises to Windrush generation at PMQs
Theresa May has again apologised for the treatment of long-term UK residents from the Caribbean who have been asked to prove their right to stay in the country or face deportation. The prime minister was addressing MPs in the House of Commons, at the weekly Prime Minister’s Question Time.
Hancock defends government’s handling of Windrush scandal
Matt Hancock said today that the decision to destroy the cards was made by the Border Agency which was independent and not part of the Home Office at the time. The culture secretary went on to say the government would put things “right” and had a team on the problem where people affected would be helped within two weeks.
Labour MPs speak passionately against anti-Semitism
Labour MPs urged their party to deal with "corrosive" anti-Semitic slurs from members after sharing their personal stories of abuse. Luciana Berger pleaded with the party’s leadership to take immediate action saying “being a bystander is not an option”. A standing ovation - in defiance of parliamentary convention - followed Ruth Smeeth's speech, while John Mann, who chairs the All-Party Parliamentary Group on antisemitism spoke of his wife being threatened with rape.
Amber Rudd questioned on Windrush landing cards destruction
Reporters questioned Home Secretary Amber Rudd on the destruction of Windrush migrants’ landing cards as she left for work this morning. Officials have defended a decision to destroy thousands of landing card slips recording the arrival of Windrush generation immigrants into the UK. Downing Street said disposing of documents had been the right decision to take while the Home Office said the information had limited use and keeping them could have broken data protection laws.
Lidington: PM not avoiding accountability on Syria
Cabinet Office minister David Lidington MP has defended Theresa May's actions in Parliament, saying that "there's never been any doubt that there would be full accountability to Parliament". Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said in the House of Commons on Monday that the Prime Minister is "accountable to this Parliament, not to the whims of the US President."
Lidington: 'No evidence' so far of Windrush deportations
Cabinet Office minister David Lidington MP has said the government has "no evidence so far" of any case of someone being deported who had a right to remain in the United Kingdom. Prime Minister Theresa May MP apologised to Caribbean leaders on Tuesday for the "anxiety caused" by the Windrush deportation controversy
5 Seconds of Summer on changing from 'boys to men'
We chat to 5 Seconds of Summer ahead of the release of their third studio album, 'Youngblood'.
Prince Charles meets people from across the Commonwealth
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall attended the Big Commonwealth Lunch at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London on Tuesday. The prince met civil society representatives from the People's Forum and joined representatives from the Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network
A new app that helps Muslims pray
Muslims can now find places to pray at just a tap, thanks to an app by a London-based tech wizard.
Theresa May leaves Downing Street following Windrush meeting
Theresa May MP left Downing Street on Tuesday afternoon following a meeting with Caribbean leaders over the Windrush deportation controversy
Caribbean leaders give their reaction to May meeting
Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis Timothy Harris and Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness gave their reaction to the meeting between Caribbean leaders and Theresa May MP at Downing Street. Mr Holness said the leaders accepted Ms May's apology whilst Mr Harris said he hoped that the words of the British government "would be matched with action"
Prince William welcomes delegates to Commonwealth summit
The Duke of Cambridge hosted a reception of delegates at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre on Monday evening, the opening day of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
Zoo keepers use puppet to feed endangered magpie
Prague zoo keepers have turned into puppeteers in an effort to save the endangered Javan green magpie
Father of girl killed in bouncy castle arrives at court
The trial of two fairground workers charged over the bouncy castle death of seven-year-old Summer Grant, gets underway at Chelmsford Crown Court in Essex today. Shelby and William Thurston of Wilburton in Cambridgeshire deny manslaughter and breaching health and safety regulations
Corbyn refuses to be drawn on Syria
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn MP refused to answer a reporter's question over the legality of the Syria airstrikes. Mr Corbyn has said that the UK was following orders from the US by joining action against the Syrian regime. However, the Prime Minister told MPs on Monday that the decision to launch airstrikes against Syria without a vote in Parliament was "not just morally right but also legally right."
Outrage: Wild bear hands ball to referee before game
A bear performing in front of fans before a Russian league match has been condemned by animal welfare groups
May apologises for 'anxiety caused' over Windrush row
Theresa May MP has apologised to Caribbean leaders for the 'anxiety caused' by the recent Windrush deportation row
Jamaican PM sees opportunity to 'reset' relationship with UK
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness arrived at Downing Street on Tuesday morning for a bilateral meeting with Theresa May MP. Mr Holness spoke with his British counterpart about the opportunity for Jamaica and the UK to strengthen and 'reset' their relationship. The Jamaican premier's visit comes during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, and amid the Windrush deportation row
Stop the War demonstrator says Assad is a 'good man'
Anti-war protesters gathered in Parliament Square on Monday afternoon to demonstrate against Theresa May's decision to approve military action in Syria. The protest was attended by people with a range of views, including some who support the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
Teenager fatally stabbed in Newham overnight
Police are investigating another fatal stabbing in the capital as a spate of violent crime continues. The victim - believed to be an 18-year-old man - was discovered with serious injuries in Forest Gate, east London, on Monday. Officers, paramedics and London's Air Ambulance rushed to Chestnut Avenue at about 10.50pm. The teenager was pronounced dead at the scene just over half an hour later
Anti-Syria airstrikes protests outside Houses of Parliament
Anti-war demonstrators have protested outside the Houses of Parliament against the UK's involvement in airstrikes on Syria.
The Windrush Generation explained in 90 seconds
22nd June 2018 will mark 70 years since HMT Empire Windrush arrived in the UK with the first wave of Caribbean migrants
Neville Lawrence says son’s killers created a “legend”
Stephen Lawrence's father says his son's killers created a legend when they murdered him 25 years ago. Neville Lawrence revisited the bus stop in Eltham where his son was attacked a quarter of a century ago. He spoke to ITV London about his loss, how hard it is for him to return there, and why the racist gang that ended Stephen's life actually destroyed their own.
May and Corbyn clash in Commons over Syria air strikes
The Prime Minister today defended Britain's military action in Syria, insisting airstrikes were the right thing to do. Theresa May told the House of Commons she acted in the national interest, and not because President Trump had asked her for support. Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn called the raids "legally questionable" and demanded laws to ensure that Parliament approves any future action.
Sir Cliff Richard thanks supporters after leaving court
Sir Cliff Richard returned to court today, as his battle against the BBC over its coverage of a police raid on his home concluded its third day. The 77-year-old singer claims footage of the raid, carried out following an allegation of sexual assault, was a "very serious invasion" of his privacy. As he left court Mr Richard responded to his supporters outside by saying "I love you too" and thanking them for being there.
Lammy slams government over treatment of Windrush generation
Labour MP David Lammy has described the government’s treatment of the Windrush generation as a "national shame” that was due to a “hostile environment” created by the prime minister when she was home secretary. The Tottenham MP said it was an “inhumane and cruel” that it had taken so long for the government to speak on the issue.
Amber Rudd offers apology to Windrush generation
Amber Rudd has offered an apology in the House of Commons to members of the ‘Windrush generation’ who have been subjected to what she described as "appalling" treatment by the Government. The home secretary announced the creation of a new task force in the Home Office to speed up the regularisation of the immigration status of people who arrived in the UK as long ago as the 1940s.
Ant McPartlin “truly sorry” after drink drive sentence
TV presenter Ant McPartlin has said he was "truly sorry" after pleading guilty to drink driving after crashing his car in Richmond in March.
Ant McPartlin “truly sorry” after drink drive sentence
TV presenter Ant McPartlin has said he was "truly sorry" after crashing his car while drink driving with his mother in the passenger seat. The 42-year-old was banned from driving for 20 months and fined £86,000 after pleading guilty to driving while more than twice the legal limit.
5 big things that happened this week in history
From the accidental discovery of LSD to Enoch Powell's controversial 'Rivers of Blood' speech, here are five big events from this week in history.
Immigration Minister admits Windrush generation deportations
In an interview with ITV News, Conservative MP Caroline Nokes spoke to Social Affairs Editor Penny Marshall about the deportation of “Windrush generation” migrants. The immigration minister admitted that there had been “horrendous situations” resulting in deportations and wanted to put an end to the situation.
Ant McPartlin arrives at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court
Ant McPartlin has arrived at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court. The TV presenter is charged with drink-driving after allegedly being involved in a collision in Richmond, west London, on March 18. The 42-year-old faced a scrum of photographers and reporters as he walked up the steps at the main entrance to the court building in south-west London, which was guarded by seven police officers.
Prince Harry and Theresa May meet Commonwealth youth
Prince Harry has been joined by Prime Minister Theresa May at a roundtable discussion with young leaders, where both expressed their faith in the Commonwealth’s youth at the launch of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) week.
5 Seconds of Summer on 'growing up' ahead of new album
Ahead of the release of their new album 'Youngblood' in June, 5 Seconds of Summer talk about 'growing up', their biggest fan, and the 'Hell Express'
Labour says Windrush generation treatment “unacceptable”
The Shadow Attorney General Baroness Chakrabarti has urged the government take action after the “unacceptable” treatment of the ‘Windrush generation’. A cross-party group of 140 MPs has written to Theresa May calling for an "immediate and effective" response to problems faced by long-term British residents from the "Windrush generation" over their immigration status. The move follows concern that people are facing deportation and being denied access to healthcare due to UK paperwork issues and anomalies affecting some immigrants who arrived between the late 1940s and early 1970s.
ITV News has exclusively captured the moment OPCW inspectors returned to Damascus after visiting the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack in Douma.
Theresa May has seen 'no evidence' of Russian interference in UK elections
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