The Defence Secretary has said a new £132 million submarine-hunting aircraft facility is “integral” to defending the UK from the increasing threat from Russia.
A top private school sports coach has been convicted of indecently assaulting his students.
For those old enough to say “back in my day”, some aspects of the modern world can make it a confusing and imperfect place.
The death of TV star Dale Winton at a house he moved into weeks earlier is unexplained but not being treated as suspicious, Scotland Yard said.
It’s a question every football fan has surely wrangled with at some point: could a football team ever be filled with players whose initials also represented their position?
Emergency crews have been rushed to a car on fire at the side of a dual carriageway. Police were told of the blaze on the A96, heading citybound near the Clinterty roundabout, at 3:12pm. It is currently unclear if any other vehicles are involved, or if anyone has been injured.
The rise in homelessness shows there is something “deeply wrong with our country”, Jeremy Corbyn said as he set out Labour plans to build a million “genuinely affordable” properties over 10 years.
Ronnie O’Sullivan faces an immediate stiff test of his Crucible title credentials after being warned there are no “numpties” at the Betfred World Championship.
Four students who sexually abused vulnerable girls have been jailed for between four and five years after a judge said they had treated their victims like “trophies”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has distanced himself from the anti-Semitic abuse carried out by people claiming to be his supporters, saying none of it was “ever done in my name”.
The new president of Cuba has been confirmed as Miguel Diaz-Canel, ending nearly six decades at the helm for the Castro family.
A 100-balls-a-side format has been proposed for the new domestic competition which launches in 2020.
Dear Mrs Bird follows Emmeline 'Emmy' Lake who dreams of being a 'Lady War Correspondent' but stumbles into a job answering problem page letters for an eccentric boss at a women's magazine in Blitz-besieged London.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has surprised many in the cricket world by proposing an eight-team men’s and women’s domestic competition of 100-balls-a-side that will begin in 2020.
The Queen has lobbied world leaders on behalf of the Prince of Wales suggesting they one day choose Charles to succeed her as head of the Commonwealth.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says winning the FA Cup would not change the club.
An investigation has been launched after a five-year-old-boy got trapped in an escalator on a school trip.
A surfacing project worth almost £500,000 will take place on the A87 near Cluanie starting next Monday.
Britain is baking in the hottest April day since 1949, triggering warnings for London Marathon runners amid predictions Sunday’s race could be the warmest on record.
Construction work has begun on a new £225 million light railway linking London Luton Airport with its nearest mainline station.