Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has said there is “no way the US can crush” the Chinese tech giant in its continuing stand-off with the United States.
A new rapid test for sepsis which can give a result within three minutes has been developed by scientists.
The Ami One – to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show – is actually a concept-heavy quadricycle, fitting into the same classification as the Renault Twizy. This means that in theory it could be piloted by teenagers as young as 16 – or 14 in the car’s native France.
The UK intends to leave the EU as planned on March 29 despite Jean-Claude Juncker’s suggestion that Britain could still be in the bloc for May’s European elections, Brexit Minister Lord Callanan has said.
Bin workers in Birmingham are going on strike in a dispute over alleged “secret payments” to some staff in the city.
The Duchess of Sussex has made a secret trip to New York City for a baby shower with friends.
Record numbers of people are in work and job vacancies are at their highest level ever, new figures reveal.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused critics of her international trips of “the worst possible parochialism and provincialism”.
British Gas has become the fourth “big six” supplier to announce it is to raise the cost of its standard variable tariff to match Ofgem’s price cap.
Britain’s army of small firms is facing a “life or death” scenario as a no-deal Brexit looks set to usher in an era of higher tariffs, an avalanche of red tape and demands from overseas importers to cover extra costs.
Motorists could soon be forced to pay a toll in order to cross the River Tyne, in a bid to tackle what has been described as a “public health crisis”.
Holiday Inn owner InterContinental Hotels Group said it has increased rooms at its quickest rate in a decade as it reported a drop in profit on higher costs.
Penny Lancaster has said she hopes to return to the police with a baton after her stint on the front line for a TV show.
Cesar Azpilicueta wants to bring joy to the Chelsea supporters whose frustration with head coach Maurizio Sarri is growing by the game.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is driven by the feeling of defeat and the absence of domestic silverware last season.
Defence firm Cobham has said it will take a further £160 million hit after settling a spat with Boeing over the aerospace giant’s troubled US tanker programme.
Holders Manchester City play Chelsea in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final at Wembley. Here, Press Association Sport looks at five talking points ahead of the final.
More than a dozen people trapped on a ride at SeaWorld in San Diego have been rescued.
Car giant Honda has confirmed plans to shut its factory in Swindon in 2021 with the loss of 3,500 jobs.
The launch of a controversial vegan sausage roll has helped bakery chain Greggs lift its full-year profit outlook after driving a surge in customers through its doors.
Mandy Moore has said she was “so sad” during her marriage to singer-songwriter Ryan Adams and revealed she felt like she was “drowning” while they were together.
HSBC’s profits missed expectations after a “challenging” fourth quarter that was hobbled by uncertainty surrounding the US-China trade dispute and Brexit.
TV host Fern Britton has said she was sexually assaulted in a lift by a man she had just interviewed.
Ozzy Osbourne has cancelled a string of tour dates while he recovers from pneumonia, according to his official Twitter account.
Eleven people are being held on suspicion of murder after a fatal stabbing in central London.
Fashion producers should be charged a penny per garment to fund better clothing collection and recycling in a bid to end the era of throwaway fashion, a cross-party group of MPs has suggested.
Alec Baldwin paid tribute to his wife Hilaria eight years to the day since they met in New York.
Netflix has cancelled its remaining Marvel shows The Punisher and Jessica Jones as rival Disney prepares to launch its own streaming service.
Another dramatic day in British politics features on several front pages on Tuesday – with national newspapers eager to have their say on what the Labour split could mean for the country.
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