The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has issued a plea for help to stop bugs transmitting a deadly disease to the . . .
More than three-quarters of people in Scotland believe employees claiming benefits work hard but wages cannot cover their living costs, . . .
A businesswoman is believed to be set to become the first black person to lead an Oxbridge college after she . . .
A man has died following a crash on the M90, police have confirmed.
Another man was seriously injured in the single-vehicle . . .
A man and a woman have been charged with two counts of murdering boys aged 13 and 14 in Sheffield . . .
Chancellor Philip Hammond has refused to rule out supporting a no confidence motion in the Government if the next Tory . . .
The SNP’s Westminster leader has warned that opposition MPs could struggle to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Ian Blackford said any proposition . . .
Counting is under way across Ireland in the European election.
Results are widely expected to see a surge for the Green . . .
A man has been left shaken after his van was hijacked by masked gunmen in Co Down.
The incident happened in Ballymiscaw . . .
Married couples in Ireland are set to face a reduced separation period of two years before they can divorce.
It follows . . .
London, May 26 (IANS): A giant replica of the earth went on display at the Liverpool Cathedral, Britain's biggest church.
Following . . .
Labour is braced for a “good kicking” in the European Parliament elections, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said.
His comments come . . .
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of girl scout Jodie Chesney.
The Metropolitan Police said the teenager was . . .
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has confirmed he will formally enter the Conservative leadership race.
Speaking to the Press Association from his . . .
Camel milk cappuccinos will be on the menu at a Scottish tearoom this week in aid of project helping Kenyan . . .
Two people arrested on suspicion of murder after boys aged 13 and 14 died in Sheffield have been charged and . . .
London, May 26 (IANS): A campaign to stop former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson from becoming the UK's new Prime Minister . . .
A man has been left seriously injured after being assaulted and struck by a van.
The incident happened in the Drumleck . . .
The race for Number 10 is heating up as several prominent Tories have thrown their hats in the ring for . . .
Sir Mo Farah and former England cricket captain Andrew Strauss will be among the elite athletes, fun runners and charity . . .
Labour must “find some backbone” and fully commit to supporting a second referendum on Brexit to have any chance of . . .
Both the Conservatives and Labour are braced for a backlash from voters over Brexit as the results of the European . . .
The battle to become the new prime minister is heating up and features on most of the front pages on . . .
Environment Secretary Michael Gove will enter the race to be next Prime Minister on Sunday as the fight for the . . .
A ban on smacking in Scotland is “unnecessary” and will “do nothing to help vulnerable children”, campaigners have claimed.
Scottish Green . . .
The sale of high-energy drinks to under-16s will be banned at NHS sites across Scotland from later this year.
From November . . .
Nicola Sturgeon will discuss business and cultural links between Ireland and Scotland on a visit to Dublin to promote trade.
Scotland’s . . .
A national post to help prevent people going missing has been created with £70,000 in Scottish Government funding.
The national development . . .
A parade to celebrate Celtic’s treble treble victory has been cancelled amid safety fears.
An open top bus procession through the . . .
A flurry of Tory big hitters have entered the race to be next Prime Minister as the battle for Downing . . .
Sinn Fein has pressed the Irish government to “prioritise preparations” for a united Ireland, following exit poll findings.
Findings from an . . .
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has claimed his business background will help resolve Brexit as the Tory leadership race fired up . . .
Ireland’s people have shown their compassion for those going through marital breakdowns, a government minister has said.
Josepha Madigan, Irish Culture . . .
Ireland’s Green Party is expected to enjoy a surge following the European elections.
Counting started on Saturday morning but results will . . .
More migrants have been picked up trying to cross the Channel this month than in December, when a “major incident” . . .
The Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier has sailed into its home port of Portsmouth after its commanding officer was removed from . . .
A teacher whose lesson programme covering LGBTQ+ relationships has been at the centre of recent protests is leading the Birmingham . . .
A 14-year-old boy has been charged in connection with the death of a man in Glasgow.
Police were called to a . . .
Fans dressed as superheroes, video game characters and movie monsters have been descending on ExCel London in the capital for . . .
A British climber who died on the slopes of Mount Everest was an “aspirational adventurer” who still had many more . . .
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi has thrilled music fans by going undercover to serve in a Greggs bakers.
The 22-year-old was on . . .
Knowsley Safari has staged its first Tiger Parade to raise awareness of the plight facing the endangered Amur tiger.
A band . . .
Counting is under way across Ireland following the local government elections.
There are early indications that the Green Party is enjoying . . .
A senior member of the shadow cabinet has criticised Scotland Yard’s plans to push for the prosecution of more than . . .
A memorial to a six-year-old girl murdered after being taken from her grandparents’ home has been unveiled on the island . . .
A petition to prevent the sacking of a doctor who asked a Muslim patient to remove her veil in order . . .
London, May 25 (IANS): The race to succeed Theresa May as the new British Prime Minister has begun with Tory . . .
The Green Party is set to top the European poll in Dublin, an exit poll suggested.
The increased support looks widespread, . . .
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the death of a man in Glasgow.
Daniel McGuigan, 35, was attacked . . .