Train companies scored a “hollow victory” as passenger satisfaction increased from the lowest level in 10 years, a transport user watchdog said.
The Government must make sure past “mistakes” are not repeated in its plans for a points-based immigration system, a report has warned.
Fine Gael General Election candidate Catherine Noone has apologised for calling Taoiseach Leo Varadkar “autistic”.
UK citizens stranded in Wuhan due to the coronavirus are being urged to contact the British consulate as part of repatriation plans.
A US lawyer has called on the Duke of York to “stop playing games” and assist authorities with their investigation into the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking inquiry.
The front pages are dominated by Andrew apparently not cooperating with US authorities investigating his relationship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The bodies of the victims of the helicopter crash that killed basketball player Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others have started to be recovered.
A man has been charged following the deaths of three Indian nationals in a fight in a residential east London street, police said.
A Brexit trade row is brewing as Britain is only days away from its European Union exit, according to reports.
GPs are being urged to consider shortness of breath and a cough as potential predictors of lung cancer because they are becoming more common as the first symptom in diagnosis, a study suggests.
A multimillion-pound Government information campaign appears to have had little impact on the public’s level of preparedness for Brexit, the Whitehall spending watchdog has found.
Hundreds of thousands of people will need to be recruited into the energy sector to reach the goal to cut emissions to net zero by 2050, a report for National Grid shows.
The Government is going ahead with plans to reverse historical rail cuts, despite critics warning its £500 million budget is not sufficient.
Leo Varadkar and Micheal Martin have clashed with Mary Lou McDonald during a pre-election leaders’ debate.
Labour leadership candidate Sir Keir Starmer has said the party has been making policies “without regard” for those in society who “want to get on”.
Increasing spending on the NHS is not enough without investing in a long-term plan for the social care system, former health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
Frictionless trade after Brexit will be impossible, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has said.
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised Holocaust survivors and their relatives for sharing their “heartbreaking” stories, as she revealed she has been educating her own children about one of the darkest periods in recent history.
Northern Ireland needs to adopt Seamus Mallon’s legacy of building a shared future, Stormont’s First Minister said.
The Duke of York has provided “zero cooperation” with FBI officials investigating the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case, according to a US prosecutor.
Prostate cancer has become the most commonly diagnosed cancer in England, provisional official figures show.
Boris Johnson pledged to stamp out the “virus of anti-Semitism” as he joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Holocaust Memorial Day, 75 years on from the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.
More than 200 Holocaust survivors have returned to Auschwitz to mark 75 years since the Nazi death camp was liberated.
Ministers have given their backing to plans to recruit more publicly funded journalists to better cover what happens at local councils, courts and NHS Trusts.
The Duke of York has “provided zero cooperation” to the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking inquiry, a US prosecutor has said.
People who have returned to the UK from coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China should “self-isolate” even if they have no symptoms, the Health Secretary has said.
The makers of Barbie dolls are to sell a version that looks as if it has the skin condition vitiligo and another with no hair, in an effort to increase the diversity of the range.
The younger brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has appeared in court ahead of his trial for mass murder.
Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has gained more union backing for his bid to become Labour Party leader.
UK motorists will continue to be able to drive in the EU as normal after Brexit and until the transition period is over.
Seamus Mallon’s vision of a shared homeplace should shape Ireland’s future, a close friend has said.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prime Minister Boris Johnson have joined Holocaust survivors in London to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.