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Adidas’s three-stripe logo has been ruled invalid as a trademark after an EU court ruled it was not distinctive enough across the 28-member bloc.
A schizophrenic who pushed the 91-year-old former boss of Eurotunnel onto Tube tracks had taken £600 worth of crack cocaine the day before the attack, a court has heard.
Rory Stewart has topped a poll for the best performance in the BBC leadership debate.
A woman who was compared to Matt Lucas because of her alopecia had the last laugh when the comedian got in touch and told her she was beautiful.
Jeremy Corbyn has challenged Theresa May’s successor to guarantee by 2020 that a repeat of a tragedy like the Grenfell Tower fire will not happen.
Three Russians and one Ukrainian have been charged with murder in the Netherlands over the downing of flight MH17 in July 2014 with the loss of 298 lives.
The owners of Soul Casino in Aberdeen have announced it is shutting down.
A serving police officer who tried to cover up the theft of money from a wallet has admitted perverting the course of justice.
The head of Tourism Ireland has said he was “shocked” to hear a claim that his organisation was not doing enough to promote Northern Ireland.
Police Scotland have appointed Chief Inspector Jamie Wilson as the new area commander for the North Highland region.
Tory leadership front-runner Boris Johnson’s bid to become prime minister received a fresh boost as former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab backed his campaign.
An imam who questioned the Tory leadership candidates during a televised debate has been suspended from all duties at the primary school where he is deputy head amid controversy about his past comments on Israel.
The heartbroken best friend of a student who died in a freak swimming accident has opened up about the tragedy two months on.
Thousands of people gathered in Nepal’s capital to protest against proposed legislation that would allow the government to nationalise centuries-old community and religious trusts responsible for organising festivals and ceremonies.
Tory leadership contender Rory Stewart has revealed he is in talks with Environment Secretary Michael Gove about “combining forces” in the battle to be next prime minister.
An independent UN human rights expert investigating the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is recommending an investigation into the possible role of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, citing “credible evidence”.
An imam who questioned the Tory leadership candidates during a televised debate would not have been selected if the BBC had been aware he had made critical comments about Israel, the corporation has said.
A search and rescue dog that has been deployed at major incidents including earthquakes in New Zealand and Nepal is to star at the Royal Highland Show.
A World Rally Championship race could become the latest major event to be staged in Northern Ireland, a Westminster committee has heard.
Tory leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt has taken a swipe at Boris Johnson’s Brexit stance, insisting his rival has an unclear policy and suggesting he is not trusted in Brussels.
Egypt has saids the UN human rights office is trying to politicise the death of former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, who collapsed inside a Cairo courtroom during his trial this week.
The House of Commons exchanged Brexit debate for classical music when an MP, a TV presenter and two parliamentary staffers performed as a string quartet inside the famous chamber.
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has insisted that comments made by Boris Johnson when he was foreign secretary “enabled a propaganda campaign” against her by Iran.
London rail passengers were left queuing round the block for a second day running as rail strikes continued to cause travel disruption.
A BBC presenter has apologised after an imam who questioned the Tory leadership contenders about Islamophobia was found to have made critical comments about Israel.
A Brazilian model who has accused football star Neymar of raping her in a Paris hotel has testified to police in Sao Paulo for a second time.
Russia and China have blocked the UN Security Council from declaring that North Korea breached the annual limit for importing refined petroleum products which are key for its economy.
Mike Cawthorne has always been used to going where the wild things are in Scotland's rugged mountain terrain.
The five remaining candidates in the Conservative leadership race have committed to an external investigation into Islamophobia in the Tory Party.
A section of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is to be given a Japanese flavour to bring calmness to the busy hospital.
A man who avoided being hit by a tube train by just inches when a paranoid schizophrenic tried to shove him onto the tracks has described his “incredible sense of guilt” when he heard his attacker had struck again.
Scottish alcohol sales have fallen to their lowest level for almost a quarter of a century since the introduction of minimum pricing.