Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has told how he longs for a united Ireland, but insisted he recognises the democratic will of the people.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has condemned the Government for its “disgraceful” treatment of college staff.
A dog which attacked a man and left him with serious injuries to his genitals has been put down.
American billionaire Shahid Khan has withdrawn his offer to buy Wembley Stadium from the Football Association.
Pep Guardiola will provide the “reference” for Thierry Henry as he begins his managerial career at Monaco.
A former teacher will not face a retrial over allegations she had sex with a student in the toilet of a plane as they returned from a school trip.
Glamorgan have sacked head coach Robert Croft after three years at the helm.
An elderly woman who died after being hit by a car in Edinburgh has been named by police.
Three anti-fracking activists freed from prison have vowed to continue their protests as their lawyers said they may challenge their convictions.
A council must pay a man £2,500 after it destroyed his BMW while he lay in hospital.