Prominent Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan has said he fears the party is facing “total wipeout” in the European elections and will be left without any representation at all.
Age ratings are being increasingly applied to online content provided by platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime, a report has revealed.
UK inflation was higher in April, as the Easter getaway rush boosted air fares and the higher energy price cap was introduced.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has called musicians the “unsung heroes” of the UK economy as further funding is announced for British acts.
Inflation is expected to have jumped higher in April as a hike in the energy price cap came into effect.
Jamie Oliver’s restaurant chain Jamie’s Italian has appointed administrators, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.
Jamie Oliver has said he is “devastated” after his restaurant chains collapsed into administration, making around 1,000 staff members redundant.
Stephen Fry and Little Mix have been honoured for being allies in defending and advancing LGBT rights.
Dave Chappelle has announced two London performances for his return to the UK.
Theresa May announcing a date for stepping down would not make the “slightest difference” to Brexit negotiations, the international development secretary has said.
Extracting the 5.7 billion barrels of oil and gas in fields already operating would see the UK miss its climate change goals, a new report warns.
Britain’s economic growth is expected to have accelerated in the first quarter, but economists warned that the boost will not be reflective of the delay to Brexit.
Leaked information suggests a sale of struggling Jaguar Land Rover to French automotive group PSA could be imminent.
A van is quite a far cry from a rally car, but MS-RT is aiming to bridge that gap with its take on Ford’s Transit Custom.
Brexit has exacerbated a human rights crisis that exists in Northern Ireland, making both communities second class citizens, a committee has heard.
The FTSE 100 crashed into the red on Tuesday as growing trade tensions and a weaker economic outlook weighed on markets around the globe.
Early losses for both Labour and the Conservatives in the English local council elections were cause for critical reflection from the parties’ politicians, with Brexit cited by many as the key cause.
Britain’s electric vehicle revolution is being hampered by a “bottleneck” in global battery production, as demand far outstrips supply of zero-emission vehicles.
Campaigners are launching guerrilla guided tours of “looted” objects in the British Museum in a protest against alleged colonialism.
A new limited-edition version of the Aston Martin Vantage has been revealed with a seven-speed manual gearbox designed to offer “the involvement and driver engagement that only a manual can offer”.
A new group will monitor diversity at the BBC to ensure the broadcaster represents “stories, faces and voices” from all UK communities.
Peugeot is now accepting orders for its new 208, with customers able to reserve the supermini for a £500 deposit.
New research has uncovered the true tolerances built into speed cameras – and whether the rumours surrounding them are true.
Digital Minister Margot James has stamped on reports that the Prime Minister has given the go-ahead for controversial Chinese firm Huawei to work on the UK’s 5G network.
Specialists from the Five Eyes intelligence alliance are meeting to discuss cyber threats as it emerged that Chinese telecoms giant Huawei will reportedly help to build Britain’s new 5G network.
Members of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance are to share a stage in the UK for the first time.
Commons Speaker John Bercow has been urged to allow US President Donald Trump to address Parliament if he makes a state visit to the UK this summer.
Extra time has been put aside for people in Aberdeen seeking advice about citizenship and visas, a UK Government minister has said.
Campervans are big business in the UK, especially with more people shunning the traditional overseas jaunt for a cheaper ‘Staycation’ in this country.
Ministers have moved to keep a rare drawing worth £11 million in the UK.