Theresa May’s decision to invite Donald Trump to a state visit has put the Queen in a “very difficult position”, a former head of the British Foreign Office says.
Former UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage (right) reacts as he poses with newly elected leader Paul Nuttall following the leadership announcement in London on November 28, 2016. The anti-EU party elected former history lecturer Nuttall as its new leader to take over from Farage, a political ally of US president-elect Donald Trump. (AFP)
Demonstrators supporting Brexit protest outside of the Houses of Parliament in London on November 23, 2016. (Reuters)
Farhan Mirza, from Abertillery in South Wales, met the women, who were looking for long-term relationships, using a false profile on a dating website. (Representative photo)
File photo of Illustrated self portraits by 200,000 children projected onto Buckingham Palace in London to form portraits of Queen Elizabeth in 2012. (Reuters)
Judge Peter Jackson to grant the girl’s final wishes to let her body be cryo-preserved, and not buried. (Shutterstock/Representative image)
The Eiffel tower is illuminated in green, with the words ” Paris Agreement is Done”, to celebrate the Paris UN COP21 Climate Change agreement in Paris, France on November 4. (Reuters)
Oxford Dictionaries chose “post-truth” as their word of the year for 2016. (Shuttterstock/representative image)
Swedish prosecutor Ingrid Isgren passes a banner put up by a supporter of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange as she walks to a vehicle, on the second day at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. (AP Photo)
Malhotra, who has been living with his parents since the attack on his 28-year-old wife, was convicted of gross bodily harm, jailed for six months and ordered to pay his two victims 1,000 pounds each.