Former Blue Peter host Peter Purves said he does not regret a “single second” of presenting the beloved children’s TV show.
Neil McCann has lost his job as Dundee manager.
Chancellor Philip Hammond should take a leaf out of George Osborne’s book and waive the VAT for a charity selling First World War Tommy statues, a former head of the Army has said.
Children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Ireland are more likely to have problems with their health, education and emotional wellbeing by the age of 13, compared with their more advantaged peers, a report says.
A shuttle train linking the Moroccan capital to a town farther north on the Atlantic coast has derailed, killing at least seven people and injuring dozens, Moroccan authorities and the state news agency said.
Everyone is very familiar with the sight of the Eiffel Tower, so it was about time someone came up with a remix.
A convicted sex predator has gone on trial for the second time for molesting and strangling two schoolgirls in a woodland den 32 years ago.
Beleaguered internet news site Unilad has been acquired out of administration by its arch rival Ladbible.
The Foreign Office has said it is “deeply concerned” about a British academic accused of spying in the United Arab Emirates after his wife called on the Government to say he was innocent.
Brexiteers responsible for persuading the British to leave the European Union will never be forgiven for their “false promises”, Sir John Major has warned.