The Government's support for the 'Turing law' means that thousands convicted of 'gross indecency' could see that conviction wiped off the books, including many thousands of men who are no longer living.
Though Russia's economy has suffered in recent years, due in part to Western sanctions over Russian activities in Ukraine, the Kremlin – and the Russian public – have shown little sign of yielding.
The building, which has served as an attraction for neo-Nazis, will be replaced with one that has nothing to do with the fascist dictator.
Scottish voters rejected the Brexit referendum in June, when the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
The grocery chain Tesco is at odds with Unilever over price hikes in consumer goods, leading Tesco to stop stocking some items. The drop in the pound means imported goods are nearly a fifth more expensive.
Salah Abdeslam is being held in solitary confinement, under round-the-clock surveillance. He refuses to speak.
Prime Minister Theresa May has acceded to a Labour demand for Parliamentary debate on Brexit plans, including a list of 170 questions. But her government won't hold a formal vote before invoking Article 50.