Local authorities are being asked to waive charges for road closures on May 19 – to make it cheaper for people to hold royal wedding street parties.
Donald Trump has lashed out at the FBI saying the agency “missed all of the many signals” sent by the suspect in the Florida school shooting and arguing they are “spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign”.
Oxfam should have been more open about allegations of sexual abuse by its workers in Haiti, its chief executive has said.
Donna Air has revealed her relationship with the Duchess of Cambridge’s brother James Middleton has ended.
Around 200 of Britain’s leading female entertainment stars are demanding the eradication of sexual harassment from all sectors of society ahead of Sunday night’s Bafta Film Awards.
The public is being urged to vote for a tree which symbolises the Scouting movement to secure a UK win in a Europe-wide competition.
Kosovo is celebrating 10 years of independence from Serbia in two days of festivities that started on Saturday amid reminders of the obstacles to the country’s full acceptance.
Six civilians suffered breathing difficulties and other symptoms indicative of poison gas inhalation after an attack launched by Turkey on the Kurdish-controlled enclave of Afrin, local doctors and Syria’s state-run news agency reported on Saturday.
George Groves could miss the World Boxing Super Series final having been taken to hospital with a suspected dislocated shoulder suffered in his victory over Chris Eubank Jr in Manchester.
American Bubba Watson takes a one-shot lead into the final round of the Genesis Open after carding a six-under round of 65 on Saturday.
Lizzy Yarnold’s success in South Korea at the Winter Olympics is pictured on the majority of Sunday’s front pages, while the main stories cover tuition fees, prison conditions and Brexit.
High animal welfare, environmental and food standards “must not be sacrificed on the altar of cheap imports”, MPs warned as they called for post-Brexit clarity for agriculture.
John Grisham will be a headline author at a UK crime writing festival where he will appear with writer Lee Child.
High interest rates on student loans are “questionable”, according to MPs, who have called for a major review of university funding to examine the issue.
Tenants and homeowners are to be consulted on how to improve the housing complaints system.
The SNP has planned a national “day of action” as part of a campaign to prevent RBS branch closures.
Scotland ranks third in the world for political empowerment for women, according to new analysis.
NHS boards spent more than £38,000 a day on consultants’ overtime in the past three years, according to figures collated by the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
MPs have called on the Home Secretary to issue a medical cannabis licence to a six-year-old boy whose rare form of epilepsy improves after taking the drug.
Director Christopher Nolan has shot down rumours that he will direct the next James Bond film.