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.
Andrew Wiggins sunk a three-pointer from just inside half court on the buzzer – just seconds after Oklahoma City Thunder thought they had won the game with a long range effort of their own.
TV and mobile infrastructure firm Arqiva has announced its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in a £6 billion listing.
What the papers say
After Tottenham held Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw in their Champions League clash, the Spanish giants could be interested in having manager Mauricio Pochettino at the Bernabeu when current boss Zinedine Zidane decides to call it a day at the reigning La Liga champions, according to the Mirror.
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”.
The number of breweries has broken through the 2,000 barrier for the first time since the 1930s, a new study reveals.
The presidents of Italy’s wealthy northern regions of Veneto and Lombardy have claimed victory in autonomy referendums that seek to grab additional powers and tax revenue from Rome.
A vulnerable 15-year-old boy who had missing in London for nearly 36 hours has been found safe and well.
A new law that will introduce a minimum price for the sale of alcohol in Wales has been unveiled by the Welsh Government.
Beekeepers have raised concerns over the future of honeybees as an annual survey showed a “steady decline” in the honey crop.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged to tackle what he called Japan’s two national crises: the military threat from North Korea and an ageing and shrinking population.
Charges for driving the oldest, most-polluting vehicles into central London have almost doubled after a £10 toxicity T-Charge came into force.
A powerful typhoon has caused flooding and landslides along the Pacific coast of Japan, killing at least two people.
Hundreds of refugees and migrants are believed to be in Calais and the surrounding area, a year after the Jungle camp was razed.
Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing’s school report, encouraging him to provide “sound knowledge rather than vague ideas”, is to go on public display for the first time.
Boris Johnson has backed Donald Trump’s approach to the North Korean crisis – but urged the US president to stick to the Iran nuclear deal.
Justin Timberlake is to star at next year’s Super Bowl half-time show – 14 years after the infamous Janet Jackson “wardrobe malfunction” performance.