Begg condemns Muslim 'demonisation'

Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg accused the Government of "demonising the Muslim community" as he walked free from jail after terror ...

SNP membership trebled since poll

Membership of the SNP has trebled since Scots voted to reject independence almost two weeks ago.

Scots poll settled the debate - PM

Holding the Scottish referendum settled the independence question and ended the risk of the union being eroded "bit by bit", David Cameron said.

PwC creates 800 finance jobs

More than 800 new jobs are being created in Northern Ireland's financial sector, it has been confirmed.

'Near stagnation' in new orders

Growth in new manufacturing orders ground to "near stagnation" levels in September as new figures today showed the sector suffered its worst ...


Caine hailed 'greatest movie actor'

Sir Michael Caine was hailed as the "greatest movie actor" Britain has produced as stars gathered to celebrate his career at London's Albert Hall.

Samsung reassure over handset gap

Samsung is the latest major smartphone manufacturer to suffer a public design issue after reports of a gap between the screen and metal body of the ...

Driver jailed for three-death crash

A driver who egged on another motorist to race and caused a horrific crash which killed three women has been jailed for 12 and a half years.

'A lot of romance' in Dracula film

Luke Evans revealed fans may be surprised by how romantic his new film Dracula Untold is, at the premiere in London tonight.

Man held in 'exploitation' probe

A man has been arrested by police investigating alleged child sex exploitation.

Sherlock foes in Roses rematch

Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Andrew Scott are set to rekindle their rivalry playing kings in the BBC's latest Shakespeare adaptation.

Embattled bank defends tattoo ad

The Co-operative Bank's ethics chief was today forced to defend a new television advert depicting a man having "Ethics & Values" etched on his ...