A British Army brigadier who created a specialist unit of “Facebook warriors” to combat the rising influence of online interaction on warfare has said it was a “remarkable” feeling to receive a CBE.
The Russian Ambassador in London has sent his well wishes to those directly affected by the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
US President Donald Trump has thrown the massive spending bill into doubt, saying he is “considering” a veto of the 1.3 trillion dollar plan over concerns about young “Dreamer” immigrants and border wall money.
Lewis Hamilton is relishing his forthcoming battle of “the best against the best” as he and rival Sebastian Vettel prepare for an historic shoot-out for the Formula One world championship.
A council by-election tied between Conservative and Labour was decided in favour of the Tory candidate by the drawing of lots, under a traditional procedure.
A giant Soviet Cold War missile has sold for £15,600 at auction.
A mining boss has branded the Government’s decision to block an open-cast coal mine “perverse” and said it would have kept £200 million within the UK economy.
Uruguay will play Wales in the final of the China Cup after beating the Czech Republic 2-0 in Nanning.
Harry and Meghan impressed their teenage hosts as they dispensed with formalities at a peace building event in Northern Ireland.
A year-long crackdown on illegal bird poaching at a British military base in Cyprus has resulted in a “huge” drop in the number of poachers operating inside the base’s territory, authorities said.
A man has been jailed for life after carrying out two knife attacks including stabbing a schoolboy in the head near a mosque.
A bin man who stockpiled 250 explosive devices and military supplies in his family home as he believed a “period of war and famine was coming” has been jailed for three years and four months.
Former Liverpool striker Ian Rush believes Mohamed Salah is more than capable of breaking his club-record 47 goals in a season but hopes he will back it up with silverware.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been pictured in a Los Angeles Galaxy shirt.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made a surprise visit to Northern Ireland as part of their tour of Britain before their May wedding.
A film producer and distributor has won damages from Lucasfilm over a Star Wars fan convention.
Hundreds of jobs are to be axed at Prezzo after the restaurant chain agreed a restructuring plan that will see nearly 100 sites close.
Two social workers who say an inquiry report into allegations of child abuse on the British overseas territory of St Helena destroyed their professional reputations have taken legal action.
A judge has begun to address jurors in the rape trial of two Irish international rugby players.
Smiths Group shares tumbled as the engineering firm reported a 42% slump in profits, having been knocked by higher research and development spending and the phasing in of a new detection business.