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Female cats are more likely to be right-handed than males, research has indicated.
A Spanish judge has refused to ask Danish authorities to arrest ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who is in Copenhagen to attend a university debate and meet politicians.
Two men have been convicted of the murder of businessman Guy Hedger who was shot dead during a botched burglary at his £1 million home.
A young woman texted her mother to say “he’s going to kill me” as she desperately tried to raise the alarm after an obsessed builder abducted her and a friend to satisfy his sexual fantasies, a court has heard.
A skull discovered by a dog walker in Somerset dates back to the late Iron Age, archaeologists have revealed.
Seven anti-terror orders were imposed on suspects who cannot be deported or prosecuted at the end of November, official figures show.
Henry Bolton will make a statement on his position as Ukip leader after a series of senior figures quit over his refusal to resign.
A woman fighting to stop doctors ending life-support treatment for her 11-month-old son says the youngster responds to her touch, a judge has been told.
Authorities in Davos, Switzerland, have rejected a request by left-wing groups to stage a protest during the World Economic Forum, saying heavy snowfall means there is not enough space.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is described on its own website as the vehicle to bring classic 2D Dragon Ball Anime to current generation consoles – something it achieves with a flourish.
A senior Fianna Fail politician has said the removal of the right of life of the unborn child from the Constitution would be a step too far. The party’s finance spokesman Michael McGrath said he was in favour of the controversial clause being replaced rather than removed from the Constitution and that if it was removed entirely it would pave the way for the liberalisation of abortion laws.
Council chiefs have abandoned an overhaul of Aberdeen's social work system as they cannot recruit staff.
Princess Eugenie’s wedding at St George’s Chapel this autumn will follow that of her cousin, Prince Harry, in May.
The headteacher of Mylee Billingham has spoken of his school’s shock at the death of the “fun-loving” eight-year-old pupil.
Nottinghamshire Police have won an appeal against a High Court ruling over the dismissal of a former detective sergeant who was wrongly convicted of rape.
US vice president Mike Pence has “strongly” urged the Palestinians to return to the negotiating table.
Britain’s betting giants have warned that thousands of jobs will be lost and the horse racing industry will suffer after seeing their shares tumble following reports that the Government will slash the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
A US delegation is looking to take advantage of post-Brexit trading opportunities and draw once EU-focused British business to the shores of New Orleans.
A new bid to protect shop staff from assault and abuse has been launched after attacks on retail workers reached a 10 year high.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has reaffirmed America’s commitment to the “special relationship” with Britain amid reports of strains between London and Donald Trump’s administration.
Bafta-nominated actor John McEnery has appeared in court to deny more allegations of pulling out a fake gun in public.
Universities across the country are set to face widespread disruption after workers voted in favour of action, including walkouts, in an ongoing bitter row over pensions.
Fighting has long died down in Syria’s largest city but Aleppo’s centuries-old market still has to come back to life, more than a year after government forces retook rebel-held neighbourhoods around the Old City.
Transport for London’s (TfL) first purple roundels have been installed at Elizabeth line stations for the first time.
A man has admitted stabbing his girlfriend to death in a shopping centre car park but denies murder.
The deadline for entries to a prestigious food and drink awards is closing in.
A man accused of carrying out the Finsbury Park attack “decided to take matters into his own hands” after growing angry at a rise in terrorism and the Rotherham child exploitation scandal, a court has heard.
More people have become seriously unwell after consuming sleeping pills which had not been prescribed by doctors, health chiefs warned.
Three Aberdeen streets are off the list of Scotland’s most polluted – but campaigners are still demanding action to protect children.
A Spanish judge has rejected a prosecutor’s request for Denmark to detain fugitive Catalan ex-leader Carles Puigdemont.