Former Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has urged the Irish government to adopt a legal case being taken by a Northern Ireland woman challenging a ruling that she is British and not Irish.
The Government is facing growing calls to make its fracking ban permanent, as opponents raised concerns the major U-turn could be an election ploy.
Controversial fracking will no longer be allowed because of new scientific analysis, the Government has said.
Men from the Cumbrian town of Workington seemed nonplussed after a Conservative think tank identified them as a key target for the party in the upcoming general election.
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Ben Fogle has said he will donate his entire salary from a BBC series to subsidise TV licences for over-75s, following plans to strip the concession from millions of pensioners.
The Government is facing calls to take back responsibility for funding free TV licences for the over-75s amid an outcry over plans to strip the concession from millions of pensioners.
Theresa May is to leave her position as Prime Minister following Brexit. According to MP James Cartlidge, Mrs May told Tory MPs today that: “she would not remain in post for the next phase of the negotiations.” More to follow.
Hundreds of parents across the north and north-east are failing to pay their ex-partners the money they should to provide for their children.
Theresa May has called off tomorrow night’s crunch Commons vote on her Brexit deal in the face of almost certain defeat.
With house prices continuing to rise across Scotland, many first-time buyers are unable to save up sufficient deposits and obtain mortgages to take their first step onto the housing ladder.
Nicola Sturgeon and the Scottish cabinet yesterday spoke of the importance of protecting north-east's oil and gas "success story" at a question and answer evening in Aberdeen.
The countdown to a "crucial" decision which will shape the future of UK space travel is on.
Manufacturers are calling for a huge boost to infrastructure and innovation in next month's Autumn Statement. Manufacturers' organisation EEF said the Chancellor should announce measures to help investment, such as spending more on the road network.