The latest Fifty Shades film and its stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson have received not-so-prestigious nominations at the Razzie Awards.
US senate leaders have reached an agreement to reopen the government.
Joe Root has withdrawn from England’s forthcoming Twenty20 series against Australia and New Zealand, but admits to feeling conflicted about the decision.
There will be a closely fought battle for the number one spot in the charts this week as there are just 60 sales between the top two contenders.
Scottish ministers have called on the UK Government to follow their lead and bring in a deposit return scheme for drinks bottles.
So Princess Eugenie is getting married?
Naomi Watts and Lily Cole have paid tribute to late Brokeback Mountain actor Heath Ledger on the 10th anniversary of his death.
Hollywood star Ewan McGregor will “take to the skies” to celebrate 100 years of the RAF in a new BBC documentary.
Greece is expected to pass the latest review of its bailout programme, putting it on track to emerge from its eight-year rescue this summer, key eurozone leaders have said.
The London market drifted lower on Monday after betting stocks tumbled following reports that the Government will slash the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
Campaigners have claimed they are being excluded from plans to address issues caused by a rise in short-term holiday lets in Edinburgh.
Big technology companies face a crackdown over extremist content unless they take action to police themselves better by the end of the year, the former head of GCHQ has indicated.
British chief executives are increasingly confident about the prospects for global economic growth this year – but a growing number also expect to slash jobs at home in the face of Brexit turmoil.
Beauty blogger Amena Khan has pulled out of a L’Oreal campaign.
A woman fighting to stop doctors ending life-support treatment for her sick 11-month-old son is preparing to spell out her case to a judge.
US vice president Mike Pence has said reports that an adult film star had an alleged affair with President Donald Trump are “baseless allegations”.
Labour has announced further plans to crack down on “unstable” private companies “hoarding” public sector contracts in the wake of Carillion’s collapse.
George Turner is set to miss the NatWest 6 Nations after suffering a medial knee ligament injury.
Just 4% of the population consume almost one-third of all the alcohol sold in England, according to healthcare data.
Ukip faces the prospect of finding its seventh leader since the EU referendum, although embattled leader Henry Bolton has said he will not quit. Here’s a recap of some of the most notable incidents from the party’s history.
Embattled Ukip leader Henry Bolton has rejected calls to quit as he vowed to purge the party of those he blamed for “factional infighting”.
US vice president Mike Pence has told Israel’s parliament that the US embassy will move to Jerusalem by the end of 2019, receiving a rousing ovation as he pledged to forge ahead with a plan that has set off weeks of unrest and thrown peace efforts into disarray.
Technology giants have a year to show they are serious about tackling online terror content, an ex-spy chief has warned.
Fire, helium and very expensive instruments. All these things come together to form one of the most addictive and instructive YouTube channels online: The Flute Channel.
A senior Conservative MP has warned that the party must be bolder if it is to fight off the challenge from Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour at the next election.
The Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman is appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was knocked down and killed following a night out.
A 12-year-old boy who raised thousand of pounds for charity in memory of his brother has been named as youngest ever finalist for Robert Burns Humanitarian Award (RBHA).
Two bungling thieves have been sentenced to life imprisonment to serve a minimum of 34 years each for the murder of a businessman who was shot dead during an “amateurish and incompetent” burglary at his £1 million home.
The mother of a murdered schoolboy has told an inquiry how she feared his killer had escaped from jail when he posted menacing blogs from behind bars.
Many parts of the country are still covered with snow as forecasters predict warmer temperatures over the coming hours. Here is a selection of images of parts of the UK enjoying – or enduring – the wintry conditions.
Belfast’s St Patrick’s Day festival should become a three-day weekend event to rival some of the world’s largest cities, a report from Feile an Phobail said.
Only a quarter of Britons trust social media and an overwhelming majority of the public believe social media companies do not do enough to tackle bullying, illegal activities and the spreading of extremist content on their sites, a major survey has found.