Boyle re-imagines Lennon classic

Chart-topping performer Susan Boyle is preparing for the wrath of rock fans by tackling classic tunes by the likes of Pink Floyd and John Lennon for ...

15 Sep 2014 5.07pm

Calvin Harris tops chart with Blame

Calvin Harris's latest single has shot straight in to the top of the charts.

14 Sep 2014 7.48pm

X Factor viewing figures tumble

Simon Cowell appears to have lost his pulling power, with new figures showing almost four million viewers departing the X Factor since he was ...

15 Sep 2014 2.05pm

Imitation Game wins TIFF top prize

A Second World War codebreaker drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch has won the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.

15 Sep 2014 3.48am

Strictly role 'wasn't real Bruce'

Outgoing Strictly Come Dancing host Sir Bruce Forsyth has told how he found the show restricted his talents as an entertainer and did not allow him ...

15 Sep 2014 1.04am

Westminster leaders sign pledge

The leaders of the three main parties at Westminster have signed a pledge for more powers for Scotland if it rejects independence.

16 Sep 2014 1.48am

Cost of borrowing 'would rise'

The cost of borrowing to fund public spending on schools, hospitals and roads would go up in an independent Scotland, the head of a leading insurer ...

15 Sep 2014 9.47pm

Debate 'comes to life' on Facebook

There were more than 10 million interactions on Facebook relating to the referendum on Scottish independence during a five-week period, new research ...

16 Sep 2014 1.48am

Veterans' groups offer debate views

Veterans on both sides of the referendum debate have lined up to issue a plea for voters to back their campaigns.

16 Sep 2014 1.48am

Call for change 'has been heard'

Scotland's desire for political and economic change has been heard and will be delivered, Ed Miliband will promise as he insists a "vote for No is a ...

16 Sep 2014 1.48am

Action needed to curb sugar intake

More must be done to curb the nation's sugar intake to reduce the "costly burden" of tooth decay, experts have said.

16 Sep 2014 1.49am

Teenage girls urged to have jab

Almost 90 lives could be saved every year if almost all teenage girls were given the HPV jab, experts have said.

16 Sep 2014 1.49am

Passport delays compensation urged

Passport applicants who were forced to pay extra for a fast-track service in the face of severe delays should be compensated, an influential group of ...

16 Sep 2014 1.49am

£4m boost for cyberspace security

Cyber security companies will be given the chance to compete for £4 million of Government funding next year, Vince Cable will announce.

16 Sep 2014 1.49am

Hygiene warning for rugby players

Sports men and women are being reminded by health officials to practise good hygiene after experts identified "risky" behaviours among some rugby ...

16 Sep 2014 1.49am

Songwriter Bob Crewe dies at 83

Bob Crewe, co-writer of Can't Take My Eyes Off of You, Big Girls Don't Cry and many other pop hits, has died. He was 83.

15 Sep 2014 10.50pm

500 dead in migrant boat 'ramming'

About 500 migrants are feared to have died after their boat was rammed and sank off the coast of Malta coast last week.

15 Sep 2014 4.33pm

Banksy mural vandal pleads guilty

A US man pleaded guilty today to defacing two murals in Park City, Utah believed to have been done by the mysterious British graffiti artist Banksy.

15 Sep 2014 10.50pm

Obama war strategy under scrutiny

This week will offer the US Congress its best chance to obtain answers about president Barack Obama's new counter-terror strategy in the Middle East.

15 Sep 2014 6.15pm

Ex-Mossad chief Hofi dies aged 87

Yitzhak Hofi, a former Israeli general and Mossad chief who played a key role in the country's daring 1976 commando rescue raid in Uganda, has died ...

15 Sep 2014 4.33pm