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A judge has demanded more information about US president Donald Trump’s decision to commute the prison sentence of ally and friend Roger Stone.
The Queen’s representative in Australia dismissed Prime Minister Gough Whitlam in 1975 “without informing the Palace in advance”, newly released correspondence shows.
Pubs across Scotland are going all hands to the pump as they get set to reopen after months of lockdown.
Bruce Oldfield, one of the royal family’s favourite fashion designers, is celebrating his 70th birthday on Tuesday.
The UK could be in for 40 days of sunshine or 40 days of downpours, depending on how the day dawns on Wednesday, according to the folklore of St Swithin’s Day.
Restaurants across Scotland are getting ready to welcome customers again with dining out allowed for the first time in four months.
The nation’s papers are dominated by the Government’s decision to make it mandatory to wear face coverings while shopping in England.
People in their forties and fifties face more years of ill health than baby boomers, a study suggests.
The Government’s lack of understanding and overly political approach to post-Brexit trading arrangements in Northern Ireland has left businesses in the dark, a Westminster committee has claimed.
UK retailers have said they saw the biggest monthly sales jump in more than two years in June after swathes of high street stores reopened but warned that the troubled sector is “not out of the woods yet”.
Nearly nine out of 10 companies involved in the UK’s inbound tourism industry expect to make job cuts due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new survey suggests.
Funding of £170 million will kick-start “shovel-ready” flood defence projects across England to protect homes, businesses and jobs, the Government has announced.
A collection of British charities have launched a new appeal to raise funds to fight coronavirus in refugee camps and poor communities in some of the world’s most vulnerable countries.
A decision over the future of Huawei in the UK is expected to be made public by Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden on Tuesday.
After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England.
Boris Johnson is set to bar the Chinese tech giant Huawei from playing any role in Britain’s 5G network, triggering a renewed clash with Beijing.
Pupils, parents and teachers deserve to be told the scientific evidence for classes returning next month, Scottish Labour has said.
A second wave of coronavirus infections this winter could be more serious than the first, with 120,000 hospital deaths in a “reasonable worst-case scenario”, scientists advising the Government have warned.
Two men and two teenagers have been charged over the death of rising rapper Pop Smoke, who was killed during a home-invasion robbery in Los Angeles.
Some nations could see HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria deaths increase over the next five because of disruption to health services caused by coronavirus, a new study suggests.
The coronavirus pandemic will worsen if governments fail to provide a clear and comprehensive strategy to suppress transmission, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned.
California governor Gavin Newsom has extended the closure of bars and indoor dining statewide and ordered gyms, churches and hair salons to be closed in most places as coronavirus cases keep rising in the nation’s most populated state.
Wearing a face covering in shops and supermarkets is to be made mandatory in England in a fresh move to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the Government has announced.
Boris Johnson has urged the public to wear face coverings in shops, and said an announcement on whether their use will be compulsory in England will be made in the coming days.
A “magnificent” bearded vulture has been spotted in the UK for the second time.
Delighted visitors made a long-awaited return to historic north-east sites at the weekend.
Residents at an Aberdeen care home have been reunited with their loved ones.
A popular Aberdeen restaurant is set to reopen this week.
A Brexit with no trade deal would be an “enormous act of self-harm” and an “extraordinary failing of politics”, Ireland’s foreign affairs minister has said.
Polish President Andrzej Duda has declared victory in a runoff election in which he narrowly won a second five-year term, acknowledging the campaign he ran was often too harsh as he appealed for unity and forgiveness.