Millions of people are embarking on a Christmas getaway amid warnings of disruption to road, rail and air travel.
President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw American troops from Syria was made hastily, without consulting his national security team or allies, according to US and Turkish officials.
Claudio Ranieri has admitted Fulham are desperately craving the daily bread of a clean sheet to kick-start their Premier League survival fight.
Animals which had to be rescued when a fire broke out at Chester Zoo have settled into new habitats.
Everton manager Marco Silva has backed close friend Jose Mourinho to bounce back stronger following his sacking by Manchester United.
Climate change activists have staged a series of fresh protests, targeting BBC sites across the country.
Drones over Gatwick Airport could be blasted out of the sky with a shotgun or jammed using a hi-tech radar system as police continue to hunt for the unmanned aircraft and their operators.
A civil engineer whose three-year-old son has gone missing with his former partner has renewed his appeal in the hope the pair have visited a Santa Claus.
Discounter Aldi will open new stores in Dundee and Crieff next year as part of Scotland-wide expansion plans.
The family of missing teenager Liam Smith say they continue to hope he will be found, five weeks on from his disappearance after boarding a bus.