Driverless cars could cause crashes because motorists may be encouraged to read, check emails or watch a film at the wheel, peers have warned.
Despite largely positive reviews from fans, the return of Top Gear failed to impress in the ratings as it was seen by nearly two million fewer viewers than its series debut last year.
Former Conservative Cabinet minister Lord Heseltine has been sacked as a Government adviser after rebelling over Brexit.
Members of a gang which conned banks into handing over £160 million for faked contracts to lay fibre optic cables in Dundee’s sewers have been jailed.
A woman who was sexually exploited by a number of men in Rotherham from the age of 11 and made pregnant when she was 12 has watched as five of her abusers were given jail sentences of up to 20 years.
Donald Trump has hosted an event at the White House to honour Black History Month.
Footage has been captured of a bright orange “firehose” lava stream spouting out of a cliff on Hawaii’s coast – and it’s a truly awesome sight.
Crash tests have been carried out for the 20th anniversary of the European New Car Assessment Programme (NCAP) to prove how far car safety has come under the scheme – and the results are quite remarkable.
Tunisia terror attack: Inquest hears Perthshire couple Billy and Lisa Graham were killed in hotel corridor
A Perthshire couple died as they sought refuge in a corridor of the first-floor office section of a hotel, the inquest into the mass murder of tourists in Tunisia in 2015 has heard.
A driver filmed screaming at BBC presenter Jeremy Vine as he was cycling on a narrow road has been convicted of road rage offences.