A contest dubbed the Olympic Games of cocktail making has brought the planet’s best bartenders to Scotland to compete for the world title.
The UK’s non-papers do not meet the objectives of the backstop, Guy Verhofstadt has said.
Watching this year’s Labour Party conference, one could be forgiven for thinking Britain had been teleported back to the ’70s, and the Blair years never happened.
A transgender man who has given birth but does not want to be described as “mother” on a birth certificate is considering an appeal after losing a High Court fight, a lawyer says.
Baby Archie was given a book about “the power of words and the secret of forgiveness” in a basket of gifts presented to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in South Africa.
Australia’s capital has become the first part of the country to legalise recreational marijuana for personal use.
AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes has been suspended from first-team duties following a Football Association misconduct charge related to betting on football matches.
Ex-teammates of Fernando Ricksen have joined his family and thousands of fans for a final farewell to the former Rangers star, who died after a long battle with motor neurone disease.
The Attorney General has apologised for appearing to make a “joke” about domestic violence.
Boris Johnson has been urged to “do something decent” and intervene on behalf of one of the UK’s main bus manufacturers as it went into administration.