The New York Times has had thousands of responses from sarcastic Brits after putting out an appeal for people who have experienced a petty crime in London.
A serial fraudster who built his own bespoke device to help him defraud hundreds of people of an estimated £500,000 has been jailed for nearly two years, police said.
Theresa May has played down the prospects of an “immediate breakthrough” on the so-called Northern Ireland backstop in talks with EU leaders.
Yemen’s warring sides have agreed to a ceasefire covering the Red Sea port of Hodeida following peace talks in Sweden.
A paedophile police constable with an “insatiable appetite” for preying on young girls has been jailed for 25 years.
Audi has appointed a permanent replacement for former chief executive Rupert Stadler who is facing trial over the ‘dieselgate’ emissions scandal.
A man who took a cocktail of ecstasy and cocaine before going on a knife rampage, only stopping when police ran him over with a car and battered him with batons, has been jailed for more than three years.
Economists have said some higher rate taxpayers in Scotland could take home as little as 30p in the pound following decisions in the Scottish Government draft budget.
A digital air traffic control (ATC) centre has opened at a UK airfield for the first time.
Game Of Thrones star Jason Momoa performed the Haka on the Hollywood red carpet ahead of the premiere of his new film Aquaman.