Polanski questioned in Poland

Prosecutors in Poland have questioned film-maker Roman Polanski at the request of US prosecutors who are seeking his extradition on charges from 1977 ...

30 Oct 2014 1.06pm

Apprentice loser 'too proud to beg'

Fired Apprentice candidate Steven Ugoalah has revealed he was too proud to beg for another chance to stay on the show.

30 Oct 2014 11.05am

Mercury prize money outstrips sales

Mercury Prize-winners Young Fathers have sold so few copies of their triumphant album that they could have bought the lot with their £20,000 prize ...

30 Oct 2014 4.47am

APD switch 'would aid airport'

The future of Glasgow Prestwick Airport would be aided by the devolution of air passenger duty (APD) to Scotland, the First Minister has said.

30 Oct 2014 3.03pm

Miliband rejects Lamont claims

Ed Miliband has rejected an accusation by former Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont that he treated Scotland as a "branch office" and urged the ...

30 Oct 2014 11.04am

Labour accuses Salmond over NHS

First Minister Alex Salmond has been accused of being in denial about the problems in the NHS by the Labour Party.

30 Oct 2014 3.03pm

'52% of Scots would vote SNP if general election held tomorrow' - poll

Labour would be left with just four seats in Scotland if a general election was held tomorrow, according to a poll.

Council issues tax freeze warning

Scotland's biggest local authority expects to see a rising council tax take next year - but said the SNP's "unfunded council tax freeze" continues to ...

30 Oct 2014 1.03pm

Nato notes spike in Russian flights

Nato has reported an "unusual" spike in Russian military flights in European airspace after RAF fighters were scrambled to intercept a pair of ...

30 Oct 2014 4.05pm

Apple boss Cook 'proud to be gay'

Apple boss Tim Cook has revealed he is "proud to be gay" and hopes that in publicly coming out he can help others come to terms with their ...

30 Oct 2014 3.05pm

Aid ship arrives in Sierra Leone

A British ship carrying aid, supplies and vehicles has arrived in Sierra Leone, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed.

30 Oct 2014 4.05pm

Gay Ukip MEP attacks same-sex law

Same-sex marriage supporters are "equality Nazis" and the new laws are "rubbing people's noses in the dirt", a gay Ukip MEP has said.

30 Oct 2014 4.05pm

Budget secrets 'leaked to The Sun'

A Government press officer leaked budget secrets to a Sun reporter in exchange for £750, a court heard.

30 Oct 2014 3.05pm

Militants 'killed 600 prisoners'

Islamic State militants carried out a mass killing of hundreds of Iraqi prison inmates when they seized the country's second-largest city of Mosul in ...

30 Oct 2014 2.06pm

Protesters halt Burkina Faso vote

Protesters have stormed Burkina Faso's parliament, dragging furniture and computers on to the street and setting the main chamber ablaze, forcing the ...

30 Oct 2014 12.06pm

10 years for German autobahn sniper

A court in Germany has sentenced a trucker to over 10 years in prison for shooting at fellow drivers more than 700 times over a five-year period.

30 Oct 2014 2.06pm

Lenovo wraps up Motorola purchase

Chinese computer maker Lenovo has completed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google in a move aimed at developing a global smartphone brand.

30 Oct 2014 1.06pm

Malala donates prize to Gaza school

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has donated 50,000 US dollars (£31,000) to rebuild a United Nations school in Gaza which was damaged ...

30 Oct 2014 12.06pm