A poll on Irish unity should only be called after the “spade work” to decide the shape of the proposed state is complete, Sinn Fein’s president has said.
A former Michelin worker who molested a child in Dundee has been remanded in custody.
A skateboarder who built a half-pipe ramp in his back garden has been ordered to tear it down after losing a battle with Fife Council bosses.
Robbie Brady is desperate for a chance to help right the wrongs of the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup play-off drubbing by Denmark after admitting it “kills” him to be left out of the squad.
Amnesty International has called for an “exhaustive” investigation into the death of a British civil defence worker who fell from a balcony in Istanbul just days after Russia accused him of being a spy.
A man who raped a child and had a “depraved interest in young girls” was jailed for eight years yesterday.
Jeremy Corbyn has warned that a cyber attack on Labour’s digital platforms could be a “sign of things to come” in the General Election.
Sir, – I am struck by the hypocrisy on the part of the independence deniers, none of whom have ever put a valid case or argument in favour of retaining the status quo.
A recommendation that HS2 should continue to be built in full despite soaring costs has been welcomed by political leaders in the North.
Art experts have established that a painting once exhibited in the Louvre is not by renowned artist El Greco as previously thought.