Picturesque reedbeds on the Norfolk Broads have formed part of the rural economy for centuries, and a handful of skilled workers are helping to keep the tradition alive.
CCTV footage has been released of a woman shoulder-barging a pensioner into an oncoming bus.
The average household in England faces a £78 hike in council tax from April, the second highest increase in the last decade.
Direct rule ministers appointed in Northern Ireland in a no-deal scenario would only focus on the short-term impacts of Brexit, Karen Bradley has said.
Gordon Taylor is to step down as chief executive of the Professional Footballers’ Association after an independent review has been completed, Press Association Sport understands.
Armed Forces personnel based in Scotland will have their salaries topped up by the UK Government to compensate them for the higher tax burden north of the border.
The people I know who marched through London on Saturday demanding a second referendum on Brexit all had a good day out.
Jimmy Nesbitt has said it is “scandalous” so much money has been “wasted” on Brexit while special pensions for those left severely injured in The Troubles are still not guaranteed.
ScotRail must do more to regain the trust of customers following a decline in performance levels, rail boss Alex Hynes has said.
An Irish teenager with mental health difficulties is at the centre of litigation in a specialist court in England after leaving Ireland for treatment.