Scottish MP Stewart McDonald has suggested he wants to go on RuPaul’s Drag Race – a competition show in which American actor RuPaul searches for the best drag queens in America.
A replica First World War tank used in Steven Spielberg’s film War Horse took up a prominent position by the Cenotaph, as the Royal Tank Regiment marked the centenary of the Battle of Cambrai.
Philip Hammond is taking some heat after he claimed “there are no unemployed people” in the UK.
A British sailor who died after being swept overboard was a popular and sensible man, said Clipper Round The World Yacht Race co-founder Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.
Argentina’s Navy cannot confirm whether seven brief satellite calls received the day before were from a lost submarine with 44 crew members on board.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has been branded “out of touch” after he was forced to clarify his remark that “there are no unemployed people”.
A 12-year-old girl has died after the beach buggy she was in collided with a car in Newry.
The first significant snowfall of the season is expected to hit parts of Scotland overnight – and could cause some disruption for the morning commute.
A major programme of renationalisation under Labour would “not be a burden” on taxpayers, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said.
Driverless cars will be given the green light for testing on roads nationwide under plans in the Budget designed to ensure the vehicles are being used in Britain in as little as three years.
The top US defence officer has said an order from President Donald Trump or any of his successors to launch nuclear weapons can be refused if that order is determined to be illegal.
There is no silver bullet to solve Britain’s housing crisis but the Budget will contain a range of proposals to help get 300,000 homes built a year, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said.
The victims of a mid-air collision between a helicopter and a plane include three Britons and one Vietnamese national, police believe.
Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe has baffled the country by making an address on national television without announcing his resignation – setting the stage for him to be impeached.
A tragic development in the disappearance of Gaia Pope, demonstrations in Zimbabwe against Robert Mugabe and the upcoming Budget feature on the front pages of Sunday’s papers.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh smile as they stand side by side in the first of a new series of portraits to mark their 70th wedding anniversary.
Jeremy Corbyn has again refused to say how much Labour would offer the European Union for the so-called Brexit “divorce” bill to unlock trade talks.
The deputy leader of far-right group Britain First has been arrested in London over a speech made at a rally in Belfast this summer.
Gerry Adams has announced his intention to step down as Sinn Fein president in 2018.
A murder investigation has been launched after a woman was found stabbed to death.