Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes.
A pair of giant bronze lions in the style of those which famously guard Trafalgar Square could sell for up to £100,000 at auction.
Xi Jinping has said China will never allow “one inch” of territory to be separated from it in a strongly nationalistic speech.
A two-year-old girl has died after being rescued from a car found in a river in Wales, police have said.
Households are set to catch a break from the persistent pressure on their finances as inflation eases for the first time since December.
A drug user who raped and murdered a pensioner in a brutal attack at her home will be sentenced by a High Court judge today.
Charles Manson has been cremated and his ashes scattered following a brief, private funeral.
A pub which has been restored to its former Victorian-era glory has won a prestigious design award.
Girls who start using social media younger tend to be unhappier as they progress through their teens, new research has shown.
Theresa May has been warned that her concessions to Brussels will only be acceptable to Tory Eurosceptics if she delivers a “proper Brexit”.Jacob Rees-Mogg, leader of the influential European Research Group of Tories, said the Government had given away too much in a “very unsatisfactory” agreement.
Oil and gas production in the North Sea is forecast to grow by 5% in 2018, however low levels of drilling mean the outlook for future years is “much more uncertain”.
Scottish Labour has called on the SNP to share the details of its investigation into shamed former minister Mark McDonald with Scotland’s public ethics watchdog.
Too many children and young people with speech, language and communication difficulties are still not getting the help they need, campaigners have warned.
Scots are being urged to look out for suspicious behaviour as part of a UK-wide campaign to prevent terrorism.
The Government is aiming to give new powers to staff and suppliers affected by large-scale insolvencies such as the collapse of construction giant Carillion.
A BBC local radio presenter has told MPs she tried to kill herself because of stress over the controversial arrangements under which she was employed.
The icy conditions brought by the “Mini Beast from the East” are set to cling on for one more day before Britain will see the return of spring.
The data watchdog is to apply for a warrant to search computers and servers used by Cambridge Analytica (CA) amid concerns at Westminster about the firm’s activities.
After Scotland’s thrilling Six Nations victory against Italy in Rome, one fan decided to buy a helmet to celebrate, but soon discovered that getting it home was far from a given.
The Prime Minister’s handling of the Irish border question could bring Brexit negotiations “crashing down”, according to the Government’s former chief negotiator on Northern Ireland.