Leaders vow joint devolution push

Political leaders from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have pledged to work together to ensure further devolved powers are secured for all ...

Paxman rules out standing for mayor

Former Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman has admitted he was approached about standing as Conservative candidate for the mayor of London but said he would ...

Navy shadows Russia Channel ships

The Royal Navy monitored a squadron of Russian warships as they moved through the Strait of Dover after carrying out exercises in the North Sea.

Miliband praises devolution plans

Plans for a radical transfer of power from Westminster to Holyrood have been signed, sealed and delivered, Ed Miliband insisted.

Bill would ban 'revenge' evictions

Revenge evictions where landlords force out tenants for complaining about the poor condition of their home should be banned in the interests of ...

Ireland to repay IMF loan early

Ireland is to repay almost 40% of its International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan early.

'Talks' over new basic bank account

The Government is in talks with major banks over plans to introduce a new industry-wide no-frills bank account, according to a report.

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Gemma blames 'horrific ordeal'

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! flop Gemma Collins blamed her early exit from the show on "a horrific ordeal" shortly before she joined the ...

Supermarkets cut petrol prices

Plunging world oil prices have prompted leading supermarkets to cut the cost of their fuel.

Soldier jailed for making nail bomb

A young rifleman who was obsessed with far-right politics has been jailed for t wo years for making a viable nail bomb packed with deadly shrapnel ...

L-test could drop three-point turn

The dreaded three-point turn could become a thing of the past after the Government signalled the biggest shake-up to the driving test in 20 years.

Court fight over girl's remains

A divorced couple have staged a High Court fight after failing to agree on what should happen to the remains of their 24-year-old daughter.

Navy shadows Russia Channel ships

The Royal Navy monitored a squadron of Russian warships as they moved through the Strait of Dover after carrying out exercises in the North Sea.

Warning over extremism in schools

Too little is being done to identify the signs of radicalisation and extremism in independent faith schools, Ofsted has warned.