Passengers whose flights are cancelled or delayed as a result of environmental protests at Heathrow Airport have been warned they are unlikely to be able to get compensation.
A large moorland blaze on a National Trust estate in Cheshire has been brought under control by firefighters.
The Extinction Rebellion (XR) environmental protesters have identified Heathrow Airport as their next target, having spent four days camped out in central London.
A murder manhunt is under way after a fatal street shooting.
Scotland Yard has warned environmental protesters will face a “robust response” if they target Heathrow Airport, ruining families’ Easter holiday breaks.
A British couple killed in a buggy accident on the Greek island of Santorini have been named as teachers Milly and Toby Savill.
Climate protests continued in London for a fourth day, with activists threatening to escalate their tactics if their demands are not met.
Motorists are being warned to expect severe delays on popular tourist routes on Good Friday as millions of people embark on an Easter getaway.
A US Congressman has been given an honorary degree by Ulster University.
The Duke of Edinburgh has reportedly been spotted in the grounds of Windsor Castle driving for the first time since voluntarily surrendering his licence.
Environmental activists plan to expand their protest to Heathrow as hundreds of thousands of passengers fly out from the airport over the Easter weekend.
The Ulster Unionist Party’s European candidate says he will be a voice for Unionists who voted to remain in the EU.
Premier League footballer Etienne Capoue has been banned from driving after he was caught speeding at 116mph while “running late for a job”.
A murder probe has been launched after a man was shot in the street in the middle of the day.
A record-breaking ‘concreteberg’ as heavy as a blue whale has been discovered in a north London sewer.
Princess Eugenie is believed to have taken part in her first official joint engagement with the Queen, supporting her grandmother as she distributed money to community stalwarts.
Heathrow Airport has said it is “working with the authorities” to deal with the threat of protests which could disrupt flights over the Easter weekend.
The family of a mentally ill man who died after a restraint belt was placed across his face while in police custody have spoken of their “dismay” after a judge ruled he could not be sure it contributed to his fatal cardiac arrest.
1. Which social network has banned far-right groups including the British National Party (BNP) and the English Defence League (EDL)?
A rare Star Wars toy which was stored in a loft for nearly 40 years could “easily” smash its guide price of £350, auctioneers have said.
Hundreds of children and adults with learning disabilities remain “trapped” in hospitals far from home after an NHS target was missed, a charity has said.
The leader of the Alliance Party in Northern Ireland has announced she will run in the European elections.
A YouTube star-turned-Ukip candidate who said he “wouldn’t even rape” a female Labour MP has refused to apologise and insisted he was just treating women the same as men.
The mother of a victim of the Manchester Arena bombing has called for a review of security measures at major venues.
A US diplomat is set to receive an award in Belfast for brokering the 1998 peace accord.
The Duke of Sussex has thanked runners preparing to take part in the London Marathon, as total fundraising over the years hit £1 billion.
The leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland has pledged to use the “positive power of disruption” to bring about change.
Irish citizens in Northern Ireland will continue to be European in all circumstances, Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said.
A judge cannot be sure a restraint belt placed across the face of a mentally ill man while in police custody contributed to him suffering a fatal cardiac arrest, a court heard.
Three environmental activists who are accused of obstructing the railway by gluing themselves to a DLR train as part of the Extinction Rebellion protests have been remanded in custody.
Authorities suspect a series of large gorse fires on Bodmin Moor were started deliberately.
Ukip leader Gerard Batten insisted his party is the “true” voice of Leave voters as he sought to counter the threat posed by Nigel Farage.