Doctors have said people should regard e-cigarettes as safer than tobacco at their “peril” after a 16-year-old boy suffered “catastrophic” respiratory failure thought to have been caused by vaping.
Extinction Rebellion is about to take its climate change message to the pop charts, with the release of its first single.
Royal Mail’s bid to block potential strikes by postal workers in the run-up to Christmas because of alleged ballot “irregularities” is to be heard by the High Court.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet volunteers who have given their time to help people in crisis.
Nigel Farage’s pre-election gift to Boris Johnson of withdrawing Brexit Party candidates from Tory-held seats is the biggest story in the nation’s papers on Tuesday.
Nigel Farage is facing calls not to field Brexit Party candidates in Labour marginals after he abandoned plans to contest those held by the Tories at the last election.
Holidaymakers are being warned over potentially misleading Black Friday travel deals after claims last year’s event featured exaggerated or non-existent special offers.
Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has criticised the delay in the release of a report examining Russian influence in British politics.
Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said she wants to “put my arms around” the Duchess of Sussex over racist and sexist treatment.
The Prime Minister is set to chair a meeting of the Government’s emergency committee after severe flooding in parts of the country where rain is finally expected to ease on Tuesday afternoon.
Kevin McNamara has resigned as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Thurrock after the party opened disciplinary investigations into tweets he posted in the past.
Doctors have issued a warning over vaping after a British teenager almost died from serious respiratory failure linked to e-cigarettes.
A British diplomat has said the UK will look “very closely” at an investigation into how a former British soldier died in Turkey days after Russia accused him of being a spy.
A former adviser to Boris Johnson is facing calls to be removed as an election candidate after Labour accused him of displaying “disgusting racism” in an article written almost 17 years ago.
The Prime Minister will chair a meeting of the Government’s emergency committee to discuss the response to severe flooding that has hit parts of the country.
Three Second World War veterans have received France’s highest civilian award, the Legion d’Honneur.
Health workers in Northern Ireland have voted for strike action.
A former Brexit Party candidate is defying Nigel Farage’s decision to step aside in Tory-held seats at the General Election to stand as an independent Brexiteer.
A judge to lead the panel overseeing compensation payments for institutional abuse victims in Northern Ireland will be appointed by the end of this week, a campaigner has said.
Nigel Farage abandoned plans for the Brexit Party to contest more than 600 candidates in the General Election on Monday.
A solemn start to Monday’s campaign trail events saw party leaders pause to remember those who died in armed conflicts during the two minutes’ silence on Armistice Day.
A Sinn Fein candidate has voiced fears for the safety of women standing for election as she expressed solidarity with a DUP candidate who was abused online.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said Labour would seek to reform EU freedom of movement rules if it gains power in the General Election on December 12.
A coroner has said she will write to all UK theme parks urging them to conduct CCTV training following the death of a schoolgirl who drowned after she fell from a theme park’s river rapids ride.
The Tory pledge to protect veterans from “vexatious” claims would not amount to an “amnesty”, the Defence Secretary has said.
A woman whose home and business have been destroyed by floods in South Yorkshire has described how she has lost everything she has worked for after her insurance did not cover flooding.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster says her party is aiming to increase its representation at Westminster.
A rescue operation is under way to save dozens of swans following an oil spillage caused by flooding in the north of England.
Sarah, Duchess of York has posted footage of herself delightedly riding on a scooter-suitcase at Beijing Airport.
The Irish deputy leader has said an announcement by the Prime Minister pledging a law change to protect armed forces veterans who served in Northern Ireland is worrying.
Astronomers and space enthusiasts have watched as Mercury made a rare transit of the sun.