George Clooney has said he hopes the slew of sexual harassment allegations made against entertainment industry figures including Harvey Weinstein will be a “watershed moment for society”.
A far-left pro-independence party in Catalonia is calling for “mass civil disobedience” in the region following the Spanish government’s unprecedented move to trigger a section of the constitution allowing the central government to intervene in the running of the region.
Shares in Spire Healthcare, one of Britain’s biggest private hospitals operators, rocketed after the firm confirmed that it received and rejected a takeover approach from South Africa’s Mediclinic.
Shares Pendragon tumbled after the car dealership owner warned that profits will take a hit from falling demand for new cars amid a decline in consumer confidence.
Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole will swap the streets of Chester for the inside of the Tardis when they join the cast of Doctor Who.
Dashed Strictly Come Dancing hopeful Brian Conley gave the show’s live audience a shock when he exploded into a rant about the studio’s poor toilet facilities after being voted off the programme.
A British diver said he was stalked by a tiger shark as he swam nearly five miles (8km) to shore after being stranded off the Australian coast.
Dr Martens has notched up rising full year sales and profits after the iconic footwear brand was boosted by its popularity in Asia.
Australian rock band AC/DC have paid tribute to “beloved brother and mentor” George Young, who has died.
Police hunting one of Britain’s most wanted fugitives have released details of his wife and two daughters in the hope they could provide the key to his capture.
Nearly 200 sick, seriously ill and disadvantaged children from across the UK have left their families behind and conquered their fears on a once-in-a-lifetime charity-funded sunshine holiday in America.
Car dealership owner Pendragon has warned that profits will take a hit from falling demand for new cars amid a decline in consumer confidence.
New rules have come into force that require all providers of treatment on the NHS to establish if patients are eligible for free care as part of efforts to tackle health tourism.
The Philippines government has declared the end of a militant siege in a southern city that has lasted five months, left more than 1,100 people dead and sparked fears of the Islamic State group gaining a foothold in Southeast Asia.
People are being urged not to ask their doctor for antibiotics as part of a new campaign aimed at tackling growing resistance to the drugs.
Spire Healthcare, on of Britain’s biggest private hospitals operators, has confirmed that it received and rejected a takeover approach from South Africa’s Mediclinic.
A senior aide to Jean-Claude Juncker has hit back after being accused of leaking sensitive details of a dinner between the Prime Minister and the European Commission chief.
TV and mobile infrastructure firm Arqiva has announced its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in a £6 billion listing.
A minister who said the only way of dealing with British Islamic State fighters in Syria is to kill them in almost every case was speaking in line with the Government’s stated position, a spokesman said.
Tory MPs have been warned that voting against the Budget in a bid to oust under-fire Chancellor Philip Hammond would be “deeply irresponsible”.