Brett Kavanaugh denied allegations that he sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford when both were high school students and angrily told Congress that Democrats were engaged in “a calculated and orchestrated political hit”.
Scotland’s top 10 most overcrowded train journeys have been revealed.
Citizens Advice has lodged a super complaint with the competition watchdog after finding that customers who remain loyal to their utility providers are being penalised by £4 billion a year.
Three Conservative MPs who back abortion reform in Northern Ireland will be in Belfast later to hear experiences of women impacted by the region’s restrictive laws.
Polling companies are facing Parliamentary scrutiny over the sale of private polls to hedge funds during the Brexit referendum, which were used to place huge bets on the pound.
Business confidence in Scotland has dipped by 10 points in the past month, new research shows.
The number of drivers having their licence refused or revoked on medical grounds has fallen despite an increase in notifications to the DVLA of motorists who may have a medical condition that affects their ability to drive, research has found.
People who are tricked into transferring money to a fraudster could get more help to get their money back under a new draft code.
James Cosmo and Phyllis Logan are among a group of leading Scots who will pay tribute to a church congregation which helped 50,000 troops during the First World War.
The water regulator has warned companies it “won’t hesitate” to take action if they fail to show they can protect customers in extreme weather such as the Beast from the East.