Scott Lawson says he never gave up hope of a Scotland recall after being named in Gregor Townsend’s NatWest 6 Nations squad.
The future of around 1,600 UK jobs has been thrown into doubt after the owner of Andrex toilet tissue and Huggies nappies unveiled a swingeing cost-cutting drive.
Contingency plans are being drawn up to ensure patients can continue to receive vital medicines from Europe after Brexit, ministers have said.
A builder accused of kidnapping, raping and slashing two young women has blamed one of his alleged victims of killing the other in a fit of jealousy.
US attorney general Jeff Sessions was interviewed for hours last week in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, the US Justice Department has confirmed.
The sister of a young soldier who died at the notorious Deepcut army barracks has said her family had suffered “unforgivable failures” ahead of a fresh inquest.
England have suffered yet another injury blow after prop Kyle Sinckler was forced to leave the squad’s training camp in Portugal.
An unemployed man accused of carrying out a terror attack in Finsbury Park claimed he was a soldier and told pub-goers “I’m going to kill all Muslims” just days before the attack, a court has heard.
Twelve people, including eight soldiers, skiing on the slopes of a volcano near a famous hot spring resort in central Japan were injured by flying rocks during a sudden eruption, officials said, with one soldier dying from his injuries.
A Tory MP has defended the “broad point” behind his suggestion that benefits claimants should have vasectomies by saying working people find it frustrating when a minority “take advantage” of the welfare system.
Theresa May has warned ministers that Cabinet discussions should remain private as Boris Johnson mounted a fresh push for extra spending for the NHS.
Kyle Edmund put himself in highly-esteemed company by defeating third seed Grigor Dimitrov to reach the semi-finals of the Australian Open.
Sainsbury’s has announced a management shake-up at its supermarkets, putting thousands of jobs at risk.
A Pentecostal Christian whose brain-damaged 11-month-old son is at the centre of a life-support treatment battle has told a High Court judge that God, not doctors, should decide when the little boy dies.
Planners have given the green light to a £200 million cross-border electricity connector between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
US attorney general Jeff Sessions has been interviewed in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
North Korea could develop weapons within the next two years that may be capable of reaching and striking Britain, MPs have heard.
A man stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death in a frenzied attack in a shopping centre car park after begging her not to break up with him, a court heard.
Caroline Wozniacki is two matches away from a first grand slam title after defeating Carla Suarez Navarro 6-0 6-7 (3/7) 6-2 in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open.
A body found in a river in West Yorkshire has been formally identified as that of an 11-year-old schoolgirl.