Former first minister Carwyn Jones behaved like a “judge in his own court” in controlling an independent investigation into his sacking of late cabinet minister Carl Sargeant, a court has heard.
A pensioner has been left seriously injured after a road crash in Co Down.
The Duke of Edinburgh was left “very shocked” and shaken following a car crash, but walked away unhurt after his vehicle reportedly overturned.
The Duke of Edinburgh retired from his decades of royal duty around 18 months ago.
The group tasked with drawing up a code of practice for a key part of the Scottish Government’s named person scheme is finding it “challenging” to ensure this is “simple, concise and accessible”.
Sinn Fein’s deputy leader Michelle O’Neill has said the public are “aghast” at the “Brexit pantomime” at Westminster.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been involved in a road accident while driving close to the Sandringham Estate.
A Dublin hospital has denied a claim made in the Irish parliament that it “refused” a woman an abortion.
With flurries of snow falling across parts of Britain, the freezing wintry conditions have provided some picturesque scenes.
Theresa May has said it is “impossible” for the Government to rule out a no-deal Brexit.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs minister has said a no-deal Brexit would become an exercise in damage limitation for the country.
The parents of a baby boy who suffered three cardiac arrests shortly after being born have made a desperate appeal to find him a new heart, amid fears he may have just three days to live.
A homeless dog cuddled by the Duchess of Sussex during a visit to an animal welfare charity has generated hundreds of enquiries from potential owners.
The cost of child neglect is £15 billion every year, an MP has told the Commons.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged his MPs not to “engage” with the Government over a Brexit deal after at least three prominent backbenchers took up an offer of talks with ministers.
The Education Authority has defended dropping an Irish language translation from its logo.
Irish airline Aer Lingus has unveiled its first rebrand in over twenty years to reflect a “new, changing” Ireland.
Betting fans are as much in the dark as the Duchess of Sussex about whether her baby will be a girl or a boy, according to bookmakers.
A man wailed “What have I done” after crushing his girlfriend’s toddler to death with his car seat, a court has heard.
Doctors should be encouraging patients with mental health conditions to get back into work rather than just “thinking about the sickness”, a former health minister has said.
The competition watchdog says it will “not hesitate” to take action against Viagogo if the ticket resale site fails to comply with a court order to identify touts.
The National Trust is launching a project inspired by the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre to explore landscapes and places linked with dramatic social change.
A woman has been refused an abortion at a hospital in Dublin, the Irish Parliament has been told.
She’s won a confidence vote but seen her Brexit deal eviscerated by MPs in the greatest parliamentary humiliation of a serving prime minister in the modern era.
The organisers of a Brexit conference have defended not inviting unionist politicians, insisting the event will instead rebalance their “misrepresentation” of public opinion in Northern Ireland.
Footage capturing the moments before 11 men were killed in the Shoreham Airshow crash has been shown to a jury.
Disgraced MP Fiona Onasanya will appeal against her conviction for perverting the course of justice after lying to police to avoid a speeding charge.
A toddler was crushed to death by a car seat after his mother “screamed” at him and “dragged” him around the shops, a court has heard.
Prime Minister Theresa May is holding consultations with party leaders and other senior MPs representing the various strands of opinion in the Commons in an attempt to find a way forward on Brexit.
Gatwick’s drone chaos was “not an unforeseen incident” and technology to identify flying gadgets has existed for several years, according to the head of a Government body.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has been winning fans online and around the world this week for his no-nonsense approach to keeping MPs in line.
The proportion of UK undergraduate degrees awarded as firsts has hit a decade high.