People’s use of food banks is often more complex and more positive than is presented by politicians and social commentators, a new study suggests.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not be the only familiar face returning to Manchester United for the rest of the season, with Mike Phelan due to serve as his assistant until the summer.
The Government has unveiled a White Paper on plans for the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system. Here are some of the key points.
A coroner has highlighted a series of failings in the initial police investigation into the mysterious death of a Russian whistleblower.
A train company is to scrap first class compartments from most of its trains to create more room for standard class passengers.
Victims of crime in Scotland could be given a greater say over whether a prisoner is released from custody.
There have been numerous media milestones for disabled people in 2018, and Lost Voice Guy comedian Lee Ridley has named his top watershed moments of the year.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has agreed to share the Irish Government’s plans for a hard Brexit following criticism from the opposition party.
Three masked, knife wielding thugs who tried to carry out a home invasion style robbery on a man as he put his kids to bed have been jailed for a total of almost seven years.
Few people have had more strings to their bow than Jean-Pierre Van Rossem – a prominent politician, stock market guru, convicted fraudster and one-time F1 franchise owner.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has received the backing of several of his treble-winning team-mates as he prepares to take caretaker charge of Manchester United until the end of the season.
A bomb-maker who had a dartboard featuring images of Barack Obama, the Duchess of Cambridge and Cheryl Tweedy has been jailed for five years.
Kevin De Bruyne declared it was good to be back after his goalscoring return for Manchester City.
A Belfast High Court judge has described as “extraordinary” a suggestion he should step aside from the early stages of a legal challenge to the validity of a search warrant over the suspected theft of confidential documents from the Police Ombudsman’s office.
An elderly woman has been injured in a hit-and-run crash in Dumfries.
A pesticide used in slug pellets is to be banned because of the danger it poses to other wildlife, the Government has announced.
Matthew Glynn admitted to police that he had held right-wing views but now found them “wrong and disgusting”.
A gun and ammunition have been seized from a hotel in Glasgow, but police are yet to establish how the firearm came to be there.
An amateur photographer who was jailed for luring men to his home before spiking their drinks with Rohypnol and raping them has received an additional prison sentence after being convicted of further sex offences.