Jeremy Corbyn has launched a new attack on the water companies, accusing them of paying millions of pounds in dividends to shareholders based in offshore tax havens.
Arlene Foster has praised the Prime Minister for “standing firm” against the European Union.
A Labour Party official was “stood down” from giving support to a politician sacked over sexual misconduct allegations on the day he was found dead, an inquest hearing has been told.
A video of sparks flying off a number of power cables in Essex has been viewed almost half a million times on Facebook.
Theresa May said there were two major issues behind an “impasse” in the Brexit negotiations: the UK’s economic relationship post-Brexit and the Irish border. Here’s a look at why they are causing a rift:
Rory Burns and Joe Denly earned their first Test call-ups for England’s forthcoming tour of Sri Lanka but national selector Ed Smith insists there is no pressure to become “the new Alastair Cook”.
Eminem has scored a third week at number one with his album Kamikaze, fending off competition from music veteran Paul Weller.
Despite its emphatic rejection by EU leaders in Salzburg, Theresa May has refused to ditch the Brexit plan agreed by the Cabinet at Chequers.
Drinking too much alcohol killed more than three million people in 2016, mostly men, the World Health Organisation has said.
Tattoos have been around for a while now, but what would you get if you could be inked with a moving image?
Champions Surrey were denied the chance to record a 10th successive Specsavers County Championship win when their Division One match against Somerset was abandoned without a ball bowled on the final day.
Theresa May has been warned Britain is “staring down the barrel of no deal” after she issued a defiant Brexit challenge to the EU.
The coroner leading the Grenfell Tower inquest has called on the NHS to set up a screening programme for those who were exposed to smoke and dust in the fire.
England’s Oliver Fisher carded the first 59 in European Tour history on day two of the Portugal Masters in Vilamoura.
Sterling took another Brexit battering on Friday as currency traders took a dim view of Theresa May’s impromptu speech playing up the prospects of Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal.
Gary Cahill says he will ask Chelsea for a January move to honour his lengthy, trophy-laden service if his first-team exile continues.
Anthony Joshua defends his IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles on Saturday against Alexander Povetkin in the knowledge that he may just end another career.
Authorities in Taiwan have arrested the owner of a US company that sells plans to make untraceable 3D printed guns who is wanted in the US for paying an underage girl for sex, according to media on the island.
Academics have been sharing the parts of their job which make them feel warm and fuzzy inside, sparked by a post from historian Dr William Pooley.
A woman has spoken of her shock after a workman discovered a grenade in her loft.