A military-backed party that based on unofficial results won the most votes in Thailand’s first election since a 2014 coup has said it will try to form a government, after a rival party also claimed it had the right to govern.
The House of Commons is to debate a motion tabled by Theresa May under the terms of an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Act forced on her by MPs.
Members of the Scottish Cabinet felt as if they were “sitting on the naughty step” at times because of the strained relationship between Holyrood and Westminster over Brexit, a new report has revealed.
Drivers who choose to give up their cars will be ‘paid’ up to £3,000 a year as part of a new pilot scheme to reduce pollution.
A Brexit supporter who egged Jeremy Corbyn while yelling “respect the vote” has admitted an assault charge.
Norwegian officials have opened an investigation into why a cruise ship carrying more than 1,300 people set sail despite storm warnings, forcing a major evacuation after a mayday call had been issued.
The German transport ministry has been criticised after it created an advertising campaign promoting the wearing of bike helmets which some have claimed is “stupid and sexist”.
A £240 million fleet of new trains have entered service to replace one of the UK’s oldest rail fleets.
Former Scotland captain and Rangers assistant manager Gary McAllister has been treated in hospital after he was punched in the face on a night out in Leeds.
Manchester City’s new limited-edition warm-up shirt has been described as “bizarre”, “ugly” and “a monstrosity”.