Experts are warning that the continued popularity of SUVs could offset any benefits gained from electric cars.
British actor Andy Serkis will play loyal butler Alfred in the upcoming Batman film, it has been announced.
Political developments dominate the nation’s front pages on Thursday.
An exuberant young dragon called Edgar who almost derails festivities in his fire-breathing excitement is the star of John Lewis’s first joint Christmas campaign with Waitrose.
Hundreds of communities are struggling to access cash, according to a consumer group which is urging the next government to introduce a guarantee protecting people’s ability to continue using banknotes.
The number of obese people in England has almost doubled in 20 years, new figures suggest.
Nan Goldin, the photographer who led the Sackler sponsorship protests in the wake of the opioid drug crisis, has been named one of the most powerful people in the art world.
Unlawful wage discrimination may be more widespread than previously feared, as equal pay remains a “distant dream” for many women, a new study suggests.
More than a quarter of Britons say they hate shopping for clothes in stores because it knocks their body confidence, according to a survey.
Supercar maker McLaren is hunting for tailors, dressmakers and boat builders as part of a recruitment drive to double the workforce at its new £50 million manufacturing site in Yorkshire.