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A north-east school has received a £5,000 funding boost.
Philip Hammond has accused MPs allegedly trying to oust the Prime Minister of being “self-indulgent”, amid reports that his Cabinet colleagues are plotting a “coup” to get rid of her.
A man has died after a stabbing at an address in north-west London.
For Prince Harry, the stars were aligned when he met and fell in love with American actress Meghan Markle after they were set up on a blind date.
Breaking up the likes of Google and Facebook will not boost competition and risks creating a vacuum for other tech giants to step in, the boss of crowdfunding site GoFundMe has warned.
Elder, an app that connects vulnerable elderly people with healthcare professionals, is seeking its next round of funding as the firm looks to scale up and reach £1 billion of sales.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall fly to Cuba for an historic visit which will see them celebrate cultural ties between the UK and the Communist state.
Fever-Tree is set to post an increase in annual profits next week after the mixer maker benefited from last summer’s heatwave and bumper Christmas trading.
Library lovers have been sharing their passions as part of a new initiative that combines books and film.
Youngsters in the north-east have been recognised for their work in and out of class.
A missing north-east man has been found safe and well. Findlay Leask, 39, was reported missing from the Kintore area yesterday, but he has now been traced. Police have thanked the public for their help and support.
After Theresa May managed to get agreement on her proposal to delay Brexit, Britain’s EU withdrawal is taking place to a new timetable. So what is happening next week? And what could happen after that?
Thousands of people have gathered in the New Zealand city of Christchurch for a vigil to remember the 50 people killed in a terrorist attack on two mosques.
Authorities say they have arrested a Russian tourist who was attempting to smuggle a drugged orangutan out of the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
A young David Cameron backed calls for a “bonfire” of EU regulations and denounced “Euro red tape” in briefings to MPs, newly-released archive files show.
Voters in Thailand are heading to the polls in the country’s first election since the military ousted an elected government in a 2014 coup.
Two children aged three and five are among the injured following a “serious collision” between a car and a people carrier.
Up to 20 tonnes of UK aid is on its way to help those caught up in the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai in south-east Africa.
Rumours of a coup against Prime Minister Theresa May make headlines in Sunday’s papers alongside reports from the march against Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to bring forward plans to tackle child poverty by Labour’s Richard Leonard.
Adults turn to older teenagers for help online more than their work colleagues or partners, a survey has shown, revealing how families are increasingly reliant on children’s knowledge of technology.
The Scottish Liberal Democrat leader has accused the Scottish Government of “failing” on children’s rights.
Waiting times for diagnosing suspected cancer patients are to be targeted in an action plan.
Internet companies will get 100% rates relief from the Scottish Government to install fibre broadband across Scotland.
The public must be given more power to control their privacy, the leader of a UK technology body has said, as the country moves closer to potential regulation of social networks and big tech firms.
Speculation that Theresa May will be ousted from Number 10 has reached fever pitch amid reports that Cabinet ministers are plotting a coup to get rid of her.
Firefighters are at the scene of a “well-developed” blaze at a business in Glasgow.
A couple has described the “frightening” experience of being airlifted off a cruise ship which got into difficulties off the coast of Norway amid stormy seas.
There was no shortage of placards and signs on display in central London as hundreds of thousands of protesters marched on Parliament to demand the public are given a final say over Brexit.
Scattered yellow vest protesters clashed with police firing tear gas after a peaceful march through Paris, but tougher security measures and bans on protests in high-risk neighbourhoods prevented the kind of rioting that devastated the city a week ago.