There has been a surge in the number of people asking their Alexas to fart, after a video of two young boys and their grandfather went viral.
First drive: The updated Volkswagen Passat continues to be an appealing alternative to a premium SUV
What is it? The Volkswagen Passat is a huge car – and not just in a dimensional sense. It’s been around since the 70s and has proved so successful that the 30 millionth example rolled off the production line in April.
The Strait of Hormuz has become a key battleground in the stand-off between the United States and Iran, with claims and counter-claims on either side of an argument ostensibly about oil.
Ministers have stepped in to prevent a sculpted and “truly grotesque” crab with teeth being exported from the UK.
Singer-songwriter Freya Ridings has said she took inspiration from a childhood of being “different” to create her debut album.
Sir Lenny Henry has said UK broadcasters need a safe space for minorities to vent their feelings without “fearing the noose”.
Channel 4 will launch a raft of content on social media platforms to attract a “new generation” of viewers.
The Ford Edge SUV is longer on sale in the UK as the Blue Oval looks to replace it with the Puma crossover later in the year.
Long-term report: The Ford Focus Vignale proves to be a comfortable and capable long-distance cruiser
At last – a welcome few days off work. And a chance to put the latest member of our fleet of long-term loan cars through its paces.
Donald Trump praised Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, talked up the prospect of a Brexit trade deal, rebuked Sadiq Khan and denied making “bad” comments about the Duchess of Sussex as he set off for Britain.
Kia has issued a voluntary recall of more than 5,000 Niro hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles because of a fire risk in an electrical relay.
Age ratings are being increasingly applied to online content provided by platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime, a report has revealed.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has called musicians the “unsung heroes” of the UK economy as further funding is announced for British acts.
Jamie Oliver’s restaurant chain Jamie’s Italian has appointed administrators, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.
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.
Campaigners are launching guerrilla guided tours of “looted” objects in the British Museum in a protest against alleged colonialism.
A new group will monitor diversity at the BBC to ensure the broadcaster represents “stories, faces and voices” from all UK communities.
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.
Extra time has been put aside for people in Aberdeen seeking advice about citizenship and visas, a UK Government minister has said.
Ministers have moved to keep a rare drawing worth £11 million in the UK.
Ministers have blocked the export of a rare £3 million cabinet created by a craftsman to the papacy in order to keep the treasured object in the UK.
Actress and writer Lucy Montgomery has said she would welcome a stop to Brexit even if it meant comedians would be out of work.
The frontman of one of the UK’s biggest boybands has called the current Brexit negotiations a “shambles”.
The BBC has announced a £173 million takeover of UKTV channels from Discovery as part of the “largest ever” deal in the broadcaster’s history.
The BBC has been billed as “more diverse than ever” after the release of figures revealing the broadcaster now has the highest proportion of black, Asian and minority ethnic staff in its history.
Copyright campaigning MEP Mary Honeyball has said memes will not be killed off by “divisive” copyright laws.
The couple say they’re in “the fight of our lives” to secure residency for Susan, who has already sold her home in the United States and has given up her job as a hospice worker.