Ireland’s deputy premier has rejected claims the Irish government is portraying the draft Brexit deal as a victory.
Lock Devin Toner has been drafted in to start Saturday’s clash with New Zealand as Ireland look to shore up their lineout in Dublin.
The head of Bangladesh’s refugee commission has said plans to start the repatriation of 700,000 Rohingya Muslims to Burma were scrapped after officials were unable to find anyone who wanted to return.
Jack Leach admitted England’s game plan took a wrong turn on day two in Kandy but believes the prospect of bowling last on a spinning pitch offers a reason for optimism.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has welcomed the long-awaited publication of the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The 585-page draft withdrawal agreement between the UK Government and the EU sets out the proposed terms of Britain’s departure from the bloc while avoiding a sudden “cliff edge” break.
National League and FA Cup matches will be broadcast through new 5G technology as early as next season.
A permanent memorial should be erected to commemorate the “forgotten soldiers” from the British Indian Army, according to a heritage group.
Authorities in Gibraltar are welcoming the draft Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union, saying it makes no concessions to Spain’s claims on the tiny outcrop at the tip of the Iberian Peninsula.
The boss of beleaguered cake chain Patisserie Valerie has stepped down as the company installs a new CEO to lead its recovery.
Blunders made by a private company which resulted in more than 40,000 women not being sent the appropriate smear test information are unacceptable, health minister Steve Brine has said.
Leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has submitted a letter of no confidence in Theresa May, as the Prime Minister reels from the loss of four ministers – including two from her Cabinet – in protest at her Brexit plans.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Russian authorities’ arrests of opposition leader Alexei Navalny were politically motivated, a decision that deals a blow to the Kremlin’s dismissal of him as a mere troublemaker.
Police investigating the murder of a man near his mother’s pub in Glasgow have been “encouraged” after returning to the scene a week after the death.
Britain’s biggest banks have reportedly been summoned for a call with City regulators over market turbulence after Government Brexit resignations sent the pound and stocks tumbling.
The first live streaming of a Court of Appeal hearing has taken place as part of a pilot for a new service designed to increase public access to the court’s work.
London Stansted’s bid to raise the limit on its passenger numbers has been approved by a council.
Gareth Bale has been declared fit for Wales’ crunch Nations League clash against Denmark on Friday.
Untold damage was caused by evidence disclosure failings that rocked the criminal justice system, a Government review has concluded.
Manchester United have announced reduced quarterly revenue in their latestfinancial results but insist the club remain on track for record annual income.