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Judge Brett Kavanaugh has said he will “not be intimidated into withdrawing” his nomination for the US Supreme Court after allegations of sexual misconduct.
Labour will scrap the free schools programme and end academisation, the shadow education secretary has announced, as she unveiled proposals to shake up the sector.
It’s tough being a sausage – one minute you’re chilling out in the fridge, the next you’re sizzling away in a red hot pan.
Arlene Foster has said her party did not try to deflect attention from its alleged involvement in delays in tackling an overspending green energy scheme.
The Duke of Sussex urged graduates of a sports training project to “inspire the next generation” as his wife took to a netball court in towering stiletto heels.
A former press secretary for the Northern Ireland Executive has denied a claim he called an ex-minister a “monster who had to be put to sleep”.
President Donald Trump and his embattled deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein have spoke on Monday and will meet on Thursday at the White House amid uncertainty about Mr Rosenstein’s fate.
Dog owners have been warned about the dangers of attempting to rescue their pets after a lifeboat crew was called to save a stranded woman.
Karen Bradley will emphasise the Government’s opposition to a hard border in Ireland following Brexit during a visit to the United States.
A stowaway scorpion has been captured by staff at a hotel which is set to host part of this year’s Conservative Party conference.