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Campaigners opposed to Brexit and others against the Government’s favoured approach have called for a “people’s vote”.
The Ministry of Defence should be stripped of its immunity from prosecution after being blamed for the deaths of three reservists on a special forces selection march, families have said.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has told the appeal hearing against his pensions convictions that he went “above and beyond” in attempts to provide the information required to The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
A fire which was deliberately started in a flat could have been “extremely serious”, police say.
An exhibition has opened celebrating the £1 million revamp of a street where Robert Burns caused controversy by etching a poem on a hotel window.
A woman who pretended to have a daughter who was seriously injured in the Manchester Arena attack to make an insurance claim has been jailed for two years.
Ireland’s Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he does not expect any change in the EU’s Brexit position following high-level meetings later this week.
Londonderry man Peter Casey is one step closer to entering the race to become the next president of Ireland after securing the support of Limerick Council.
Residents in Wilmington lined up by the hundreds for free food and water as officials struggled to open new routes to one of North Carolina’s largest cities following Storm Florence.
Educatin Secretary John Swinney needs to call an “immediate halt” to assessments of P1 pupils if Holyrood votes against the controversial tests, opposition politicians have insisted.
Scotland’s economic situation does not justify having a “very different” migration policy to the rest of the UK, according to a UK-government commissioned report.
Oil giant Shell has announced plans to change its “hated” rota system for North Sea offshore workers.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable fluffed the key line in his closing speech to his party’s conference.
Police have today released CCTV images of the last sighting of missing Aberdeen man Wayne MacMillan as searches continue to trace him.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has reached out to Leave voters, saying that he understands their anxieties and that wanting to manage immigration is not racist.
The Truman Show remains a classic of modern cinema 20 years after its release with its portrayal of a man who is trapped in a TV show without even realising it.
China has announced a tariff hike on $60 billion (£46 billion) of US products in response to President Donald Trump’s latest duty increase in a dispute over Beijing’s technology policy.
A north-east film-maker has unveiled the trailer for his new movie, Stan and Ollie, which chronicles the life of world-famous comedians Laurel and Hardy.
Four people have been charged after police seized more than £57,000 worth of Class A drugs.
A redundancy package should be introduced for Garda officers as part of a series of “transformative” changes, an independent review has proposed.
A baby-faced drug dealer who set himself up as a "retailer in class A substances" at the age of just 16 was jailed today.
A Belfast councillor has been suspended after she facilitated Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen sending a video message from the Lord Mayor’s chair.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that “a chain of tragic circumstances” is to be blamed for a military aircraft shot down by a Syrian missile.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said he is hoping that the next leader of the Labour Party will be a woman.
Threats of food shortages are now the only way Theresa May can make her Brexit deal palatable, Lib Dems have heard.
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Retailer Primark is to donate £500,000 to efforts to support Belfast traders hit by the devastating fire at its landmark city store.
The policing response to Brexit should be delivered at UK level while recognising Scotland’s “distinct constitutional arrangements”, police chiefs have agreed.
Nigerian authorities say at least 100 people have died in flooding after heavy rains in recent days.
The chronic removal of frontline police officers to tackle acute challenges in specialist areas is stretching the service on a local level, a senior officer has told MSPs.
Aberdeen council bosses have awarded nearly £130,000 to support the growth of community allotments.
EU nationals should be subject to the same rules as migrants from the rest of the world after free movement ceases to apply in the UK, according to a Government-commissioned report.