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Bake Off is honest, says Mary Berry

Baking queen Mary Berry has criticised other cookery shows, saying that they appear not to be entirely honest with viewers.

29 Jul 2014 1.04am

Zayn suffers Palestine tweet abuse

One Direction singer Zayn Malik has received a backlash of abusive messages after he posted a Twitter message in support of Palestine.

28 Jul 2014 7.02pm

Krusty rapped for foul-mouthed rant

Simpsons character Krusty The Clown upset viewers by swearing at a time when children were likely to be watching the show, prompting complaints to ...

28 Jul 2014 2.04pm

Sex workers slam MSP over meeting

Sex workers have complained they are being excluded from a Holyrood meeting to discuss legal moves to criminalise clients.

29 Jul 2014 1.02am

Discharge fine for Scottish Water

Scottish Water has been fined for discharging chemicals into a burn where hundreds of dead fish were found.

28 Jul 2014 4.03pm

Scotland sails past medals tally

Scotland has surpassed its record for Commonwealth Games gold medals after a glittering fifth day of success.

29 Jul 2014 1.02am

Scotland sails past medals tally

Scotland has surpassed its record for Commonwealth Games gold medals after a glittering fifth day of success.

29 Jul 2014 12.02am

Undecided 'more likely to vote Yes'

Undecided voters are more likely to back independence, but not in high enough numbers to win a Yes vote in the referendum, according to new research.

28 Jul 2014 6.02pm

Labour's so dysfunctional - McBride

The Labour Party is being run in a "totally dysfunctional" way with policies that amount to "a great steaming pile of fudge", according to a former ...

29 Jul 2014 1.04am

PM 'misleading public over NHS'

Labour will accuse David Cameron of misleading the public over his plans to privatise the NHS in England and call for contracts putting the service ...

29 Jul 2014 1.04am

'Modest running' can boost health

Running for just a few minutes each day can reduce the risk of dying from heart disease, research has shown.

29 Jul 2014 1.04am

Bankers 'should adopt ethics oath'

Bankers should have to swear an oath of good service in the same way as doctors, a think-tank said today.

29 Jul 2014 1.04am

PM to meet plane crash families

David Cameron will meet the families of British victims of the downed Malaysia Airlines plane today as officials push for far-reaching economic ...

29 Jul 2014 1.04am

Students tell of ferry sinking

South Korean students who survived April's deadly Sewol ferry disaster have said they were repeatedly ordered by loudspeaker to stay in the sinking ...

28 Jul 2014 3.04pm

Wildfire brought under control

Fire officials are optimistic they may soon have the upper hand on a wildfire burning near vineyards in Northern California that has led to ...

28 Jul 2014 11.05am

Jet's black boxes arrive in France

The two black boxes from the Algerian passenger jet that went down in Mali last week, killing all 118 aboard, have arrived in France for analysis.

28 Jul 2014 2.05pm

EU clears Apple's deal for Beats

The European Union's antitrust authority has cleared Apple's 3 billion US dollar deal to buy Beats Electronics, which makes headphones and offers ...

28 Jul 2014 1.04pm

Police fail to reach crash site

Fighting has stopped an international police team from reaching the crash site of a Malaysian Airlines plane for a second day running.

28 Jul 2014 1.04pm