Graduates from other professions will not be fast-tracked into Scotland’s police service at higher ranks like in England and Wales, Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf will pledge today.
A British adventurer will today finish his 5,500 mile, 210 marathon coast-to-coast run across the US – by dipping his hand in the Atlantic Ocean.
A court will decide on Wednesday whether an independent inquiry into former Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones’ sacking of late cabinet minister Carl Sargeant was legal.
Environmentalists are testing water from the river Clyde as part of an investigation into plastic pollution around the UK.
The Scottish Parliament will vote on whether to back revoking Article 50, following a Scottish Green Party debate on Wednesday.
Quiz show host Victoria Coren Mitchell admits she takes her own sandwiches to dinner parties – to eat in the loo.
Shoppers attracted to promotions in supermarkets are far more likely to be obese and buy less fruit and vegetables than those who ignore them, according to new research.
The moment Keeley Hawes’ character was assassinated in Bodyguard is in the running for Bafta’s top TV moment.
Extreme weather contributed to a fall in annual visitor numbers at many outdoor attractions last year, according to a new report.
More than 160,000 nurses have quit the NHS since 2010/11 for reasons other than retirement, according to new figures.