Missing Allan Bryant: Facebook troll’s jail gloating adds to family’s pain

31 October 2014 11.38am.

An Allan Bryant appeal Facebook troll has been accused of gloating on the eve of the first anniversary of the Glenrothes man going missing.

Brother willing to die in Syria

A young British jihadi whose two brothers have died fighting in war-torn Syria tonight revealed he was willing to suffer the same fate.

66% want another referendum: Poll

Two-thirds of Scots want another independence referendum to be held in the next 10 years while more than half think a vote on the country's future ...

TV debate proposals 'unacceptable'

Current proposals for televised debates in the build-up to the general election are "unacceptable", Nicola Sturgeon has said.

UK's EU contribution soars to £11bn

The UK's net contribution to the European Union soared to £11.3 billion in 2013, an increase of £2.7 billion from the previous year, according to ...

Schiffer among PM's Chequers guests

Supermodel Claudia Schiffer has dined with David Cameron at the Prime Minister's official country residence, official records show.

Cash delivery staff in strike vote

Workers who deliver cash to post offices are to be balloted for strikes in a row over pay.

Property firm boosts UK network

The owner of Martin & Co estate agents has boosted its national presence with a £6 million deal to buy chains including Parkers and CJ Hole.

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Brother willing to die in Syria

A young British jihadi whose two brothers have died fighting in war-torn Syria tonight revealed he was willing to suffer the same fate.

Surge in fixed-rate mortgage deals

Mortgage lenders are flooding the market with more fixed-rate products in attempts to lock in home-owners who may be tempted to switch to one of ...

BBC refuses apology over Top Gear

The BBC has refused the Argentinian ambassador's demand for a public apology following the row over a Top Gear special filmed in the South American ...

Pilot dies in Virgin rocket crash

One pilot has died and another is seriously injured after a rocket belonging to billionaire Sir Richard Branson's space tourism venture crashed ...

Jet returns after part falls off

A passenger jet was forced to return to Gatwick Airport part-way through its flight to Egypt after a part plunged to the ground.

UK's EU contribution soars to £11bn

The UK's net contribution to the European Union soared to £11.3 billion in 2013, an increase of £2.7 billion from the previous year, according to ...

UK basks in warmest ever Halloween

The record for the warmest Halloween in Britain has been shattered, forecasters say.