Steps taken by devolved administrations to mitigate the worst impacts of UK austerity “come at a price” and are “not sustainable”, according to a report commissioned by the UN.
Gas network company Cadent is to pay a total of £24 million and set up a £20 million community fund after three “serious” customer failures, Ofgem said.
Theresa May is under fresh pressure to quit as Prime Minister after a furious response from Conservatives to her latest Brexit proposals.
UK inflation was higher in April, as the Easter getaway rush boosted air fares and the higher energy price cap was introduced.
Mrs X has always loved the Eurovision Song Contest, from the days when you could win by just having an easy-to-remember name like Lulu or Dana or Dana International.
Six people have died in rioting in the Indonesian capital, authorities said, as supporters of a losing presidential candidate burned vehicles and battled police, and the government announced restrictions on social media.
Some of Lionsgate’s most popular film franchises from The Hunger Games to Twilight will be brought to life when the studio opens what it calls the world’s first vertical theme park in China this summer.
Scotland women’s manager Shelley Kerr feels she can benefit from the appointment of Steve Clarke as the new men’s national team boss.
Bristol head coach Pat Lam has signed a new four-year contract, the Gallagher Premiership club have annnounced.
The UK has violated its human rights obligations through sustained and widespread cuts to social support, a UN poverty expert has claimed.