Trump vs Clinton Presidential debate: All you need to know for Clinton versus Trump

Trump vs Clinton Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for a bruising first US presidential debate with foreign policy expected to feature strongly. Read Full Story

 

While the scientists are stressing they have found evidence but not proof, no other natural phenomenon is known that can explain the results Hubble spots ‘water vapour plumes’ erupting from Jupiter’s moon Europa

While the scientists are stressing they have found evidence but not proof, no other natural phenomenon is known that can explain the results Tantalising new evidence of water vapour plumes erupting from the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa has been uncovered by the Hubble Space Telescope. Read Full Story

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Labour MP Clive Lewis reportedly punched a wall Shadow defence secretary Clive Lewis ‘punched wall after Trident speech changed’

Labour MP Clive Lewis reportedly punched a wall A shadow cabinet minister reportedly punched a wall after a key section of his Labour conference speech was altered by an aide to Jeremy Corbyn. Read Full Story

 

The reforms will make the system for dealing with redundancies fairer, says the Government Public sector workers to see exit payment calculation changes by summer 2017

The reforms will make the system for dealing with redundancies fairer, says the Government Changes to the way exit payments are calculated for public sector workers will be in force by next summer, the Treasury has announced. Read Full Story

 

Theresa May accused the SNP of presiding over a nation where many are 'only just' getting by Scotland relied on UK’s ‘broad shoulders’ after oil prices plunge, PM says

Theresa May accused the SNP of presiding over a nation where many are 'only just' getting by Theresa May has said Scotland was only able to "weather the storm" of the collapse in North Sea oil revenues because "of the UK's broad shoulders". Read Full Story

 

Britain will be able to keep access to the EU's single market when it leaves the bloc only if it continues to allow other citizens to work in the UK, it has been said European leaders say UK access to EU market tied to workers’ rights

Britain will be able to keep access to the EU's single market when it leaves the bloc only if it continues to allow other citizens to work in the UK, it has been said The prime ministers of Slovakia and the Czech Republic have said Britain will be able to keep access to the European Union's single market when it leaves the bloc only if it continues to allow its citizens to work in the UK. Read Full Story

 

Neil Findlay criticised First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP's record in government Labour members warned against being ‘seduced’ by independence

Neil Findlay criticised First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP's record in government A Labour MSP has cautioned party members against being "seduced" by the SNP and independence, insisting: "You can't pay your bills with a Saltire." Read Full Story