Three anti-fracking protesters jailed for causing a public nuisance by climbing onto lorries at a site in Lancashire have been freed by the Court of Appeal.
Theresa May has insisted her Chequers proposals are not “dead”, as she faced accusations her Government is “too weak and too divided” to ensure there is no hard border in Northern Ireland.
A top government official has warned he “can’t tell you it will all be fine” at Britain’s borders if the country crashes out of the European Union.
A temple in southern India which is one of the largest Hindu pilgrimage centres in the world is set to open its doors to females “of menstruating age” following a ruling by the country’s top court.
“Senseless” vandalism has forced the closure of the million-pound centre in the heart of Lochore Meadows only months after it opened.
Theresa May has vowed to protect the “precious Union of the United Kingdom” as she battles to keep her faltering hopes of a Brexit deal alive.
Former Dundee, Raith Rovers and East Fife striker Christian Nade has opened up about his battle with depression.
Inflation fell in September, as lower price tags on food eased pressure on household finances.
The jury in the trial of a Roma supporter accused of a joint attack on a Liverpool fan outside Anfield has been sent out to consider its verdict.
Mainstream schools may be choosing to permanently exclude difficult pupils for funding reasons, some alternative provision (AP) providers in England fear.