Drivers could be recharging their cars in the same time it takes to fill up a petrol or diesel vehicle, thanks to new technology being developed.
Boris Johnson has secured an overwhelming victory in the first ballot of the Conservative Party leadership contest but insisted there was a “long way to go” before he can claim the keys to Number 10.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on the Scottish Labour leader to “see the light” and support a second independence referendum after his party changed its stance to back a fresh vote on Brexit.
Chinese tech giant Huawei could be about to enter the race towards an autonomous driving future.
Tensions between the United States and Iran have soared in recent weeks, with Washington dispatching warships and bombers around the Persian Gulf, and Tehran threatening to resume higher uranium enrichment.
GP funding should be boosted to make up 11% of the Scottish NHS budget, the Scottish Greens have said.
The BBC should explain why it broadcast comments made by Jo Brand on a Radio 4 show when she joked about throwing battery acid at politicians, Downing Street has said.
National Theatre boss Rufus Norris has said lessons were learnt after it was criticised for announcing a raft of male-heavy productions.
Manchester United are attempting a summer rebuild as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to put a disappointing campaign squarely in the rear-view mirror.
The number of schools where pupils are taking an average of six subjects or fewer in S4 has increased by more than 250% since education reforms in the Curriculum for Excellence were introduced, the Tories have claimed.