Andy Murray says Tweeting Yes support ‘wasn’t something I would do again’

Andy Murray has said he has no regrets about declaring his support for a Yes vote on the eve of the Scottish independence referendum but does have ...

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Salmond 'believes in referendums'

Alex Salmond dismissed claims that he intends to make a unilateral declaration of Scottish independence as MSPs gathered for the first time since the ...

Labour's 'hard work, fair pay' vow

Ed Miliband put the NHS at the heart of his general election pitch today, promising to boost funding by soaking mansion owners, tax dodgers and ...

Motor insurance reforms set out

A watchdog will set out how competition can be improved in the £11 billion private motor insurance market in a finalised report tomorrow.

Greene King eyes combination deal

Greene King, whose brands include Hungry Horse, today confirmed it is working on a deal to join forces with Chef & Brewer firm Spirit Pub ...

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Elba releasing Mandela-inspired LP

Idris Elba is releasing an album inspired by Nelson Mandela after he played the South African statesman in the biopic Long Walk To Freedom.

August borrowing climbs to £11.6bn

Britain's finances remained under pressure last month after figures showed borrowing reached £11.6 billion, an increase of £700 million on a year ago.

DJ Travis guilty of groping woman

Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis has been found guilty of groping a female TV personality.

Hoax death caller gets prison term

A callous hoax-caller who phoned families at random and falsely claimed their relatives had died has been jailed for four months.

Cameron urges global warming deal

Prime Minister David Cameron has called for the international community to come together behind a "new, ambitious global deal" to restrict global ...

BA pilot 'sought out underage boys'

A British Airways pilot used his job flying passengers around the world to meet underage boys and lavish them with money and gifts, a court heard ...

Ex-JJB chief faces £1m fraud trial

The former chief executive of sports goods company JJB Sports has gone on trial in connection with an alleged £1 million fraud in relation to ...