Bosses who are reckless with their employees’ pensions could be jailed for up to seven years, Amber Rudd has warned.
Under mounting criticism, Brazilian football club Flamengo has defended its management of the training ground where a fire killed 10 of its academy players at a dormitory that had been registered with the city as a car park.
British favourite Olivia Colman will go head to head with Oscar-tipped Glenn Close when the Bafta film awards are handed out today.
The Favourite leads the way at this year’s Bafta film awards with a total of 12 nominations.
Kendrick Lamar and Drake lead the way in nominations ahead of the 61st Grammy Awards with Dua Lipa among the smattering of British nominees.
Sir Philip Green, the Duke of Edinburgh, Jeremy Corbyn and Chris Grayling make headlines on Sunday.
US Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren has officially launched her bid for the 2020 presidency with a call to fight economic inequality and build “an America that works for everyone”.
Medics in Scotland’s biggest cities have treated victims of female genital mutilation (FGM) on more than 230 occasions over the last two years, according to newly-uncovered figures.
Four women will compete in the dramatic final episode of SAS: Who Dares Wins for the first time in the programme’s history.
The First Minister has been promoting Scottish business links with North America, during her tour of the continent.