Thomson owner Tui Group said British sun-seekers were snapping up more long-haul holidays and cruises as concern over terrorist attacks and political turmoil continue to blight markets in Turkey and North Africa.
A buy-to-let tycoon has blamed a disgruntled lettings agency employee for thrusting him into the spotlight over his ban on "coloured" tenants - but insisted: "I do not apologise for it."
Firefighters were called to a blaze at a block of flats in Aberdeen city centre.
Emergency calls to the police across the North-east will now be handled in Tayside and the Central Belt after Aberdeen's centre closed.
Manufacturers from across Europe have issued a warning that failure to achieve a deal on the UK's departure from the European Union will be "highly damaging" for industry in both Britain and the rest of the continent.
Rio Ferdinand has been widely praised for giving a powerful account of losing his wife Rebecca to cancer and raising their three children without her.
Carl Clark, a California man who was recognised six decades after his bravery during the Second World War with a medal of honour that had been denied because he was black, has died at the age of 100.
Donald Trump is proposing immediate budget cuts of 18 billion dollars (£14 billion) from programmes like medical research, infrastructure and community grants so US taxpayers, not Mexico, can cover the down-payment on the border wall.
A man has been questioned by detectives probing the death of a British woman at an Australian strip club.
The family of a man whose fatal shooting by a police marksman sparked nationwide riots find out today if they have persuaded leading judges to overturn an inquest jury's conclusion that he was lawfully killed.
Samsung is expected to unveil its next flagship smartphone on Wednesday, its first since the tech giant was forced to recall its Note7 device in late 2016 over fire and safety fears.
The Prince of Wales will begin a nine-day visit to Europe as Theresa May triggers the start of the UK's formal withdrawal from the EU.
The Liberal Democrats have called for the Economy Secretary to be "censured" over the collapse of a possible £10 billion agreement with two Chinese companies.
Residents of Australia's cyclone-battered tropical north east have emerged from their homes to find roofs lying in their yards, boats flung on to rocks and roads blocked by tangles of fallen trees and power lines.
The governors of California and New York have said they will push ahead with aggressive climate change policies despite President Donald Trump's executive order that seeks to boost the coal industry.
The US House of Representatives has voted to block online privacy regulations issued during the final months of the Obama administration, a first step towards allowing internet providers to sell the browsing habits of their customers.
Britain will take the first step on its "momentous journey" to a future outside the European Union when Theresa May launches divorce proceedings that will bring to an end a relationship of more than 40 years.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has intensified his demand that Prime Minister Theresa May must respect the rights of EU migrants in the UK as she officially launches Brexit.
The vote for a second Scottish independence referendum must be respected, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Three people have been arrested after anti-deportation protesters locked themselves to a plane at a major airport.
The Duchess of Cambridge has said she is not sure Prince George "has any idea what's going to hit him" when he starts school in September.
Police officers are among those expected to join together on Westminster Bridge to mark a week since the attack that killed four people.
IVF patients are being put under pressure to decide whether to take "add-ons" provided by fertility clinics, the head of the industry regulator has said.
Schools in England are facing their toughest spending squeeze in two decades, jeopardising standards in the classroom, MPs have warned.
A radical overhaul of local government funding could put councils' financial sustainability at risk unless the scheme is properly planned and designed, a spending watchdog has warned.
Patients who suffer from cardiac arrest should not be taken to their nearest hospital but a specialist centre, a new study suggests.