Embattled Ukip leader Henry Bolton has rejected calls to quit as he vowed to purge the party of those he blamed for “factional infighting”.
US vice president Mike Pence has told Israel’s parliament that the US embassy will move to Jerusalem by the end of 2019, receiving a rousing ovation as he pledged to forge ahead with a plan that has set off weeks of unrest and thrown peace efforts into disarray.
Technology giants have a year to show they are serious about tackling online terror content, an ex-spy chief has warned.
Fire, helium and very expensive instruments. All these things come together to form one of the most addictive and instructive YouTube channels online: The Flute Channel.
A senior Conservative MP has warned that the party must be bolder if it is to fight off the challenge from Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour at the next election.
The Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman is appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was knocked down and killed following a night out.
A 12-year-old boy who raised thousand of pounds for charity in memory of his brother has been named as youngest ever finalist for Robert Burns Humanitarian Award (RBHA).
Two bungling thieves have been sentenced to life imprisonment to serve a minimum of 34 years each for the murder of a businessman who was shot dead during an “amateurish and incompetent” burglary at his £1 million home.
The mother of a murdered schoolboy has told an inquiry how she feared his killer had escaped from jail when he posted menacing blogs from behind bars.
Many parts of the country are still covered with snow as forecasters predict warmer temperatures over the coming hours. Here is a selection of images of parts of the UK enjoying – or enduring – the wintry conditions.
Belfast’s St Patrick’s Day festival should become a three-day weekend event to rival some of the world’s largest cities, a report from Feile an Phobail said.
Only a quarter of Britons trust social media and an overwhelming majority of the public believe social media companies do not do enough to tackle bullying, illegal activities and the spreading of extremist content on their sites, a major survey has found.
Kyle Edmund faces Grigor Dimitrov in the last eight of the Australian Open. Here Press Association Sport looks at their tale of the tape.
Alexis Sanchez is close to completing his move from Manchester United to Arsenal, Press Association Sport understands.
South Africa’s ruling party has said it is considering whether to order President Jacob Zuma to step down as head of state.
Two men who murdered a businessman during an “amateurish and incompetent” burglary at his £1 million home have been jailed for at least 34 years each.
A woman has been jailed for 16 months for accidentally driving her car into worshippers leaving an Eid celebration while she felt tired from fasting for Ramadan.
An “always happy” mother-of-two was strangled by her ex-husband with her own scarf and “trussed up in a suitcase”, a court has heard.
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson admits victory over Manchester City would be one of the biggest results in the club’s history.
Henry Slade could miss the start of the NatWest 6 Nations after missing England’s Portugal training camp due to a shoulder injury.