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Six Tory MPs will contemplate splitting from the Conservative Party unless it “changes its direction”, Tory grandee Ken Clarke has warned.
International music industry experts are gathering in Belfast this week for a meeting on this year’s trends.
Irish sex workers say Google could potentially be putting lives at risk if it disables key functions on an app used to warn of dangerous clients.
A man has been arrested after “No Blacks” was daubed over the home of a family from Africa.
A Frenchman whose job was to check the safety of ski slopes has died overnight after being injured in an avalanche at a popular Alps ski resort, Swiss police said.
The Irish winner of the £153 million (175 million euro) EuroMillions jackpot has come forward.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson is facing fresh claims of misconduct, it was revealed today.
Islamic State bride Shamima Begum has claimed the Government’s decision to revoke her British citizenship is “unjust”.
Samsung will reveal its next-generation smartphones later on Wednesday, which could include a formal announcement of its first foldable device.
The shake-up of British politics appears set to continue with speculation a small number of Tories are set to join former Labour MPs in their new group.
Shopping centre owner Intu has swung to an annual loss after suffering a collapse in the value of its properties in what it described as a “challenging” year.
Dairy firm Arla Foods will dish out all 290 million euros (£252 million) of its annual profit to farmers following last summer’s drought across Europe.
Sales at Laura Ashley have dropped as the fashion and home brand grapples with tough high street conditions and plans an overhaul of its strategy.
Huge rats scurry between piles of rubbish and abandoned tents in the woods behind an industrial estate in Calais.
Just 30 minutes of exercise every morning may be as effective as drugs at lowering blood pressure for the rest of the day, research suggests.
Dubai-based DP World has acquired ferry firm P&O in a deal with £322 million.
A police officer who was stabbed on duty is to run the New York Marathon to raise money to help other injured officers.
Two men have been charged after the alleged theft of a car in Aberdeen.
When Ibrahim Al Neish’s excuse was given in court, Sheriff Sukhwinder Gill was sceptical, telling him bluntly: “I don’t believe you.”
Deliveroo is expanding its takeaway network to Kuwait, in a move which will see the fast-growing company enter its 14th market amid whispers of an impending IPO.
The transport secretary has insisted he “will not be held over a barrel” by Aberdeen bypass contractors.
Troubled regional airline Flybe has snubbed a rival rescue proposal from investors including US airline Mesa Air Group and backed by former Stobart boss Andrew Tinkler.
A protest against family court “secrecy” is entering its fourth month.
The eighth MP to quit Labour to join the breakaway Independent Group has accused Jeremy Corbyn of repeatedly failing to deal with anti-Semitism in the party.
Detectives are hunting the killers of a farmer who was shot dead inside his home in Co Antrim.
A supermarket giant will open their fifth Aberdeen store tomorrow.
Scientists in Israel hope a discovery could offer a rare glimmer of hope for the world’s coral reefs.
Inspectors have given an Aberdeen care home top marks after a visit.
The moon looked bigger and brighter on Tuesday night as the second supermoon of 2019 took place.
Lloyds Banking Group reported a 13% increase in annual profits as it delivered a bumper pay-out for shareholders and said it will meet cost target earlier than expected.