Nicola Sturgeon has warned a no-deal Brexit “disaster” could damage supplies of food and vital medicines, as she confirmed the Scottish Government was to “intensify” contingency plans ahead of the UK’s departure from the European Union.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after three elderly men were violently killed in their homes just a mile apart.
James DeGale will consider retirement after next week’s grudge match with Chris Eubank Jr.
I explained last week why I revere dictionaries, but will outline here why I thoroughly dislike them.
Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald has accused Prime Minister Theresa May of “playing a game of chicken” with Irish interests over Brexit.
A 50p coin featuring the much-loved children’s character The Gruffalo is set to be released next week.
German diplomats aimed a playful Brexit-related dig at the UK ahead of three crucial Champions League football matches in the sporting battle to rule Europe.
Police in Northern Ireland failed to disclose “significant information” relating to a notorious Loyalist mass shooting to a police watchdog.
West Ham midfielder Declan Rice insists he does not expect an automatic England call-up after submitting a written request to FIFA for the transfer of his international registration from the Republic of Ireland.
Part of a busy Dundee road is being forced to shut from Thursday morning.