Tensions within the Tory party over Theresa May’s Brexit deal continue to make headlines on Sunday.
The number of solicitors withdrawing from legal aid schemes in police stations has quadrupled in three years, according to figures.
Universities have been given the go-ahead to charge up to 20% more a year for shorter degree courses under Government plans – but students will be left with a smaller overall bill.
Tracey Thorn has said it would be a “strange life decision” to reform hit musical duo Everything But The Girl with husband Ben Watt.
Tighter controls on the use of fireworks will be considered as part of a government consultation next year.
Brexit in any form is likely to reduce economic growth, Scotland’s First Minister is to tell a forum in Dundee.
The new series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! gets off to a wet and windy start as a huge storm hits the jungle before the stars arrive.
Portugal boss Fernando Santos felt his side deserved the point in Italy which earned them qualification for the Nations League finals.
The Trump administration said it has not yet reached a final determination in the death of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Dominic Raab has hit out at Theresa May, suggesting she has failed to stand up to a bullying European Union over the Brexit deal.