Speaker John Bercow has been reported to the Commons’ standards watchdog over claims he branded Andrea Leadsom a “stupid woman” and “f****** useless”.
Shetland residents, businesses and landowners are being encouraged to consider signing up to the Rural Watch Scotland initiative.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has stressed he would not swap Cristiano Ronaldo for Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah.
A pensioner who died after being found in flames on the street accidentally ignited his clothing while lighting a cigarette, a coroner has concluded.
Cats have been ruling the internet for as long as anyone can remember, and now a scientist is harnessing online’s love of all things feline to bring attention to world news.
A young Premier League star and his mother have escaped jail after admitting their part in a “wild west” brawl in the VIP area of a trendy bar.
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has said he feels nervous ahead of the band’s first show in London for five years.
Ireland must vote “Yes” in this week’s abortion referendum to right a serious wrong, the chair of an inquiry into the death of a pregnant woman has said.
Manchester Cathedral is hosting a remembrance service for the victims of last year’s Manchester Arena bombing. Hundreds of those injured and the families of those killed were joined by the Duke of Cambridge and Prime Minister Theresa May, as well as emergency services staff, civic leaders and other national figures.
Scores of schools across Scotland will share £50 million in funding as the Scottish Government continues efforts to close the educational attainment gap.
The elderly mother of a Grenfell Tower fire victim has described her guilt over encouraging her to move into the council block that she died in.
The International Criminal Court has been asked to open an “immediate investigation” into alleged Israeli crimes against the Palestinians.
Heartfelt messages of support have been left throughout Manchester city centre as people gather one year on to remember all those affected by the suicide bombing that claimed 22 lives.
“Go on a school trip they said. Volunteer they said. IT’LL BE FUN THEY SAID…”
The Sky Bet Championship play-off final between Aston Villa and Fulham on Saturday could be worth at least £160million for the winners.
Labrador Fred has a new job – mothering nine yellow ducklings who were orphaned.
Former Paris St Germain boss Unai Emery appears poised to take the Arsenal helm.
Ofcom has provisionally concluded that Virgin Media overcharged customers on early termination fees on contracts for its broadband, phone and television services.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has defended the decision to hold interest rates steady this month despite having signalled a hike in May.
Former England football captain Terry Butcher said his son Christopher was a “victim of war” as an inquest heard the former soldier struggled to cope with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) before his death.