Nearly five years after a coup, Thailand has voted in a long-delayed election setting a military-backed party against the populist political force the generals overthrew.
Philip Hammond has accused MPs allegedly trying to oust the Prime Minister of being “self-indulgent”, amid reports that his Cabinet colleagues are plotting a “coup” to get rid of her.
Seamus Coleman is hoping minnows Gibraltar can cause some damage after giving the Republic of Ireland a scare in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier.
For Prince Harry, the stars were aligned when he met and fell in love with American actress Meghan Markle after they were set up on a blind date.
Breaking up the likes of Google and Facebook will not boost competition and risks creating a vacuum for other tech giants to step in, the boss of crowdfunding site GoFundMe has warned.
Love Island winner Dani Dyer has said she will have to “prove herself” in order to carve out a career as an actress because of her reality TV background.
Elder, an app that connects vulnerable elderly people with healthcare professionals, is seeking its next round of funding as the firm looks to scale up and reach £1 billion of sales.
Fever-Tree is set to post an increase in annual profits next week after the mixer maker benefited from last summer’s heatwave and bumper Christmas trading.
After Theresa May managed to get agreement on her proposal to delay Brexit, Britain’s EU withdrawal is taking place to a new timetable. So what is happening next week? And what could happen after that?
Stephen Fry is reported to have added his support to a pressure group pushing for law reform around naming sex offence suspects before they are charged.