Ruling due on 'Plebgate' libel case

A judge will rule on the High Court libel actions involving former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell and Pc Toby Rowland.

Labour to aid poor water customers

A Labour government will act to force water companies to place customers struggling to pay their bills on lower tariffs, shadow environment secretary ...

Scotland 'to gain control over tax'

Plans to hand Holyrood control over income tax are expected to be included in proposals for devolution to be announced today.

PM urged over Sri Lanka trade deal

David Cameron is facing calls to press for the ending of EU trade concessions to Sri Lanka amid the continuing refusal of the government of ...

Drop in council tax collection rate

Close to three quarters of a billion pounds of council tax went unpaid last year, official figures showed as town hall chiefs blamed Government ...

Stock market inches to new record

The US stock market eked out another record close ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday as investors assessed the latest reports on the economy and some ...

US stocks continue record push

US stocks have closed with slight gains, just enough to push the market further into record territory.

UK

Ruling due on 'Plebgate' libel case

A judge will rule on the High Court libel actions involving former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell and Pc Toby Rowland.

Clanger costs Hill Apprentice spot

Apprentice James Hill has been fired after a country fair task turned to mud-slinging in the boardroom.

Weight-loss op 'part of treatment'

The number of obese diabetics undergoing drastic weight-loss surgery needs to triple in the next few years to tackle the "major problem" facing the ...

Details due on food poisoning bug

Consumers are set to learn the extent of the food poisoning bug campylobacter among fresh shop-bought chickens in an announcement that will name ...

Scotland 'to gain control over tax'

Plans to hand Holyrood control over income tax are expected to be included in proposals for devolution to be announced today.

Gamers 'self-regulate' on bigotry

The computer gaming industry has been urged to promote tolerance and inclusiveness in its games in an effort to curb homophobia and bigotry.

PM urged over Sri Lanka trade deal

David Cameron is facing calls to press for the ending of EU trade concessions to Sri Lanka amid the continuing refusal of the government of ...