A High Court judge has torn a strip off a sportswear firm run by Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley.
A friend of a young female recruit who died at Deepcut Barracks did not believe she would commit suicide, an inquest has heard.
David Cameron has insisted he does not have "anything to hide" about his financial affairs after revealing he and his wife sold shares worth more than £30,000 in an offshore tax haven fund set up by his late father.
The ashes of serial child killer Robert Black have been scattered at sea.
BT has unveiled a £6 billion programme to upgrade its network in a move to extend ultrafast broadband to at least 10 million homes and businesses and lay fibre optic lines to around two million premises across the UK.
Dog poo DNA tests designed to catch "irresponsible" owners who fail to clear up their pet's mess are to be introduced by a council in a UK first.
Tim Peake's historic first walk in space was ended early after a water bubble was detected in the helmet of his colleague Tim Kopra.
The UK is braced for more bad weather after forecasters issued warnings of overnight snow in parts of Scotland and England.
The Government has sold another 1% chunk of Lloyds Banking Group, taking its stake in the lender to less than 13%.
The finishing touches have been made to the Flying Scotsman locomotive after a decade-long restoration process.