President Donald Trump’s legal team asserted that he did “absolutely nothing wrong”, calling the impeachment case against him flimsy and a “dangerous perversion of the constitution”.
Thousands of high earners could end up being given a tax break as part of efforts to get doctors to take on more shifts, it is being reported.
Labour leadership candidate Lisa Nandy has said free movement would have been a success if it was “married with real investment” in training Britain’s young people.
The usually dignified US senate could see rising tensions along party lines as Donald Trump’s impeachment begins.
A white van driver accused of a machete attack on a police officer has told jurors he got cross because he was “always being stopped”.
Reunited in Canada, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are likely to be focused on house-hunting as they make a fresh start away from the UK.
A recently discovered painting by British artist LS Lowry has sold for more than £2.6 million after 70 years in the hands of one of the pioneers of DNA research.
Labour leadership hopeful Sir Keir Starmer has set out his vision to return the party to power by making the case for a “moral socialism” that is relevant to “everyday lives”.
More than 21 million Netflix users started watching the third series of The Crown in its first month, the streaming service has said.
Fianna Fail has pledged to “do a better job” with public finances, claiming the party prevented damage to the economy from Fine Gael’s “regressive and unsustainable” tax policies.