Fiona Bruce has said the BBC has broadened the jobs given to female staff but social media remains a hostile environment for women.
The family of 14-year-old Molly Russell, who took her own life after viewing disturbing material online, have been granted legal aid for her inquest after an appeal.
Sterling endured a rollercoaster ride on Tuesday as Theresa May’s latest efforts to secure backing for her Brexit deal flopped, with more volatility expected as MPs prepare to vote on it.
A hiker who reached the summit of Ben Nevis on Monday said they were “very lucky” to complete the expedition, after two climbers were killed and two more injured in an avalanche on the mountain.
Declan Rice has been named the Republic of Ireland’s Young Player of the Year on the eve of his maiden England call-up.
Alexandre Lacazette has been cleared to play for Arsenal in the second leg of the Europa League last-16 tie against Rennes on Thursday after UEFA reduced his three-match suspension following an appeal.
Alex McLeish admits he cannot wave a magic wand to summon up another winning Scotland team but is confident his “back-up” players can get their Euro 2020 campaign off to a positive start.
The Dundee to Aberdeen dual carriageway remains closed south of Stonehaven following a crash tragedy which left three people dead and four in hospital.
Aaron Lennon has revealed he has been approached by other players struggling with mental health issues after opening up about his own problems.
The body of a British tourist found dead near a Guatemala lake popular with travellers shows signs of trauma but no apparent gunshot or stab wounds, a doctor performing a post-mortem examination has said.