Britain's political paralysis worsened on Monday, as economic stormclouds continued to gather in the wake of last week's Brexit referendum vote.
Paul McGeough It was one hell of a collision on Monday when the hugely successful American anti-abortion lobby ran into a brick wall called the US Supreme Court.
Nick Miller David Cameron has said "despicable" racism and hate crime targeted at migrants in the wake of the EU referendum must be "stamped out".
Megan Levy A Singapore Airlines plane has erupted in flames shortly after making an emergency landing at Singapore's Changi Airport early on Monday morning , witnesses said.
Nick Miller Half of the United Kingdom is in denial. They don't think they're in denial. They think they're being ingenious.
Nick Miller Millions of Britons have entered the second stage of Brexit grief: denial, while others skipped ahead to bargaining, as a new term entered the UK political lexicon: 'Bregret'.
Kevin Sieff Somalia's al-Shabaab Islamist group has launched a suicide bomb attack on a hotel in the centre of Mogadishu and militant fighters have stormed the building, a police officer says.
Jodie Stephens "World's most successful newspaper crusade ends in glorious victory," one of Britain's leading newspapers declared the morning after the country's voted to leave the EU.
Nick Miller A jilted Europe wants the UK out sooner rather than later, as the European Union Commission president warned that Brexit was "not an amicable divorce".
Michael Lynch The first thing I ever voted in was not a general election, not a state election, not a council election but a referendum on Britain's place in Europe.