Not only is the UK leaving but the EU also has pressing new spending demands, a commissioner warns.
The private rededication will be held on Saturday, which would have been Diana's 56th birthday.
A humanoid robot that can iron clothes is being developed in Spain.
Police officer Wayne Marques confronted the three London Bridge attackers armed just with his baton.
The England Under-21s' defeat on penalties brings back memories of previous shootouts lost.
The Japanese man, paralysed below the waist, had to pull himself aboard without assistance.
British number one Johanna Konta eases past Romania's Sorana Cirstea in a straight-sets second-round win at Eastbourne.
Sterling rises above $1.29 after Mark Carney says a rate rise will be debated in "coming months".
The final death toll from Grenfell Tower will not be known for months, with 80 presumed dead, police say.
Bear lovers and fans around the world, including Stephen Fry, remember the joy the Paddington author brought them.
Britain's Bianca Walkden becomes a double world champion with gold in the +73kg final at the World Taekwondo Championships in South Korea.
The best-selling children's author died at his home after a short illness, aged 91.
A lobster in a passenger's bag is the latest of a long list of odd luggage items found at airports.
Laughter in Commons as DUP MPs are compared to one of the world's most expensive footballers.
Was the cyber-attack that hit countries around the world sourced in malware-laden tax software?
A pigeon stops play during the women's singles Wimbledon qualifying first round match between Japan's Miyu Kato and Amandine Hesse of France.
PIERRE, S.D. ? South Dakota?s Department of Public Safety wants people to enjoy their July Fourth celebrations, but in a safe way.
Nearly 200 South Dakota cities, counties and tribes will share in $499,911 in grants intended to control mosquitoes and prevent West Nile virus (WNV), the Department of Health announced today.
The life of the man who created Paddington Bear and The Herbs.
There has been a 65% drop in stop and search rates since 2011, with the government issuing stricter guidelines on the practice in recent years.