A beech tree grafted into an N-shape to woo a woman called Nellie almost 100 years ago has been voted England’s tree of the year, the Woodland Trust said.
The story of Scotland’s First World War conscientious objectors is being highlighted through a letter from an Ayrshire father to his baby daughter.
Pellets of oil have reached Mediterranean beaches near Saint-Tropez on the French Riviera ten days after two cargo ships collided north of the island of Corsica, France’s ecology ministry says .
England eased into a 2-0 series lead over Sri Lanka as Eoin Morgan’s unbeaten 58 and a disciplined bowling performance delivered victory in a rain-shortened third one-day international.
Twitter is releasing all known accounts and posts related to “information operations” dating back to 2016, when it was first learned that foreign operators were using social media to meddle in US elections.
A woman has been injured after a man “fell from a height” at Westfield shopping centre in Stratford, Scotland Yard said.
Director Mike Leigh said he wants people who see his film about the 19th century Peterloo massacre to be “emotional, angry, and filled”.
Turkish crime scene investigators searched the home of the Saudi consul general in Istanbul on Wednesday after the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi, as a pro-government newspaper published a gruesome account of the journalist’s alleged slaying.
A man has been charged after the fatal stabbing of a man outside a house in North Lanarkshire.
An extra £1.67 billion is to be paid to tens of thousands of disabled benefit claimants after years of underpayments, the Government has revealed.
A power cut has caused major travel disruption across Edinburgh.
Northern Irish novelist Anna Burns has said the Troubles were “impossible to avoid” in a culture steeped in division.
Chaos at one of the UK’s busiest railway stations could continue into a third day after overhead electric wires were damaged by the testing of a new £500 million train fleet.
Noel Gallagher has said he was mistaken for his estranged brother Liam while walking outside London’s Abbey Road Studios.
Having gone from his darkest days to experiencing a “fairy tale moment” on the field last season, Rochdale midfielder Joe Thompson hopes others can draw strength from his remarkable story.
West Ham would consider purchasing the London Stadium under the right circumstances, according to vice-chairman Karren Brady.
Almost two-thirds of people in Northern Ireland want local politicians to make the decisions on the region’s abortion laws, a new poll has suggested.
Crewe insisted “all relevant and appropriate procedures have been followed” after notifying the Football Association of a safeguarding issue which prompted the suspension of a staff member.
A top Bank of England official has defended the institution’s track record on bullying and harassment after figures showed a spike in investigations during governor Mark Carney’s term in office.
Ireland’s premier has said that the key issue of agreeing the backstop deal is not only an issue of substance, but “an issue of trust”.