Dame Olivia de Havilland’s claim that the show Feud: Bette And Joan falsely portrayed her in a damaging light should be dismissed because it is a dramatised portrayal and not a documentary, a court has heard.
Restaurant chain Wagamama has launched a payment app allowing diners to order, eat and walk out without waiting for the bill.
A dozen Alzheimer’s drugs that can halt, slow or reverse the disease could be available to patients in three years, a report has revealed.
The amount of plastic ending up in the ocean is set to treble in a decade without action to curb the problem, a major report has warned.
Ads for photo printing firm Photobox showing a boy sitting on a dog have been cleared following more than 200 complaints that it was harmful to the pet and potentially unsafe for all involved.
Wheelchair and prosthetic limb provision is worse in Northern Ireland than other parts of the UK, according to Troubles victims.
Britain and the EU risk sleepwalking towards a crisis unless greater emphasis is placed on security and policing links in Brexit talks, a Commons report has warned.
UK consumers experienced 173 million problems with products and services last year – but reported fewer than a third of them back to companies, according to a report.
City blackbirds live longer but are less healthy than their country counterparts, a study has found.
Three in four companies who have so far reported their pay statistics to the Government have a gender gap, latest figures show.
In two weeks, the deadline for companies reporting on the gender pay gap closes.
More must be done to stop terminally-ill people having unnecessary emergency admissions to hospital, a charity has said.
The writer of an award-winning drama on the murder of Damilola Taylor is to return with a new series exploring the impact of parents accepting hush money for a crime against their son.
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has revealed she received three death threats in six years as she backed a campaign urging Twitter to do more to stop online abuse.
Star Wars actress Crystal Clarke has said her role in TV drama Ordeal By Innocence is a chance to prove actors of colour can do more than play slaves.
Sir Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue and Sting are some of the musical stars who will perform at a Royal Albert Hall birthday concert for the Queen, the BBC has announced.
Protesters are planning to dump fish in the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament in a symbolic demonstration against the Government’s Brexit transition deal.
Nurses and midwives could avoid public hearings into misconduct and escape sanction if they admit errors under controversial new plans by the industry watchdog.
BBC Three comedy This Country was the big winner at the Royal Television Awards, scooping three prizes.
Ant and Dec steered clear of the Royal Television Awards on Tuesday night as they missed out on two gongs at the ceremony.
Taking the drastic step of having a double mastectomy reduces the risk of premature death in healthy women carrying a breast cancer gene, research has shown.
The police watchdog has launched an investigation after a 21-year-old was shot at 13 times by armed officers, leaving him fighting for his life.
Ben Davies has explained why Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was more than happy for him to travel nearly halfway across the world on Wales duty.
Zoe Ball has said she felt compelled to celebrate her boyfriend’s memory following his suicide last year.
Joe Root will be relieved to see Ben Stokes return to Test cricket for several compelling reasons.
Theresa May has been criticised by the official statistics watchdog for wrongly claiming the Government was providing an extra £450 million for policing.
Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing managed to bake the worst cake ever seen in the Great British Bake Off tent, according to judge Paul Hollywood.
Stock indexes finished mostly higher after a day of bouncing around as retailers, energy companies and banks recovered some of their losses from the day before, but technology companies struggled as Facebook dropped again.
A doggie miracle has gone viral on Twitter.
Construction of the pedestrian bridge that collapsed and killed six people in the Miami area was behind schedule and millions over budget, in part because of a key change in the design of its main support tower.