Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay said a no-deal scenario could be “mitigated” and was preferable to giving up on the process of leaving the European Union.
Graham Norton has told how he was mistaken for Lord Lloyd-Webber and given what he thought was the composer’s “palatial” suite at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow.
Barlinnie Prison is running at an occupancy rate significantly over its capacity, according to latest figures.
A journalist killed during a riot in Northern Ireland earlier this year has been honoured with a posthumous award for her commitment to the profession.
A woman dubbed the Angel Of London Bridge was killed after rushing in to help a victim of the terror attack, saying: “I’m a nurse. I have to go and help”.
A verdict in the Annalise Johnstone murder trial will come on Tuesday at the earliest after jurors failed to reach a decision on their first day of deliberations.
A statue of much-loved comedian and actress Victoria Wood has been unveiled in her home town.
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry’s first report will not be published until October – months after survivors expected its release.
Videogames start-ups should plan for their financial and legal futures as early in their business journey as possible, a trio of industry experts has advised.
The competition regulator has announced it is investigating JD Sports’ acquisition of Footaslyum.