A pigeon described as the best ever has been sold for a record fee of more than £1 million.
Police have been given more time to question a man after a suspected terror attack in Surrey.
Fewer UK graduates joined the medical register last year than doctors who trained outside the country, figures show.
An MP has shared a letter from an 11-year-old girl who told him she has problems sleeping because she has to sleep on the floor of her family-of-seven’s one-bed council flat.
The suspect in the deadly tram shooting in Utrecht which left three people dead has been detained, Dutch police have said.
A woman who broke a Tesco worker’s back when she drove into her in a bid to escape after trying to steal from the supermarket has been jailed.
An English council has apologised after flying the Welsh flag on St Patrick’s Day.
A technical glitch on Barclaycard’s website meant that a “sexist” error message was displayed to a user.
We’re all familiar with car manufacturers teaming up. Sometimes it’s bourne out of necessity – struggling car makers with weak balance books end up joining forces in a bid to produce volume models that they need to stay afloat. Sometimes, it’s done for convenience, such as on occasions when it’s far simpler to borrow or buy another manufacturer’s tech than to develop it yourself.
The FTSE 100 was boosted by the weaker pound on Monday, which declined after a third vote on the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal was ruled out by the speaker of the House of Commons.