The Scottish Parliament will vote on whether to back revoking Article 50, following a Scottish Green Party debate on Wednesday.
An opera singer was asked to change her EU flag themed dress during a performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall following a complaint from a concert-goer.
Copyright campaigning MEP Mary Honeyball has said memes will not be killed off by “divisive” copyright laws.
MPs have expressed their disbelief at a group of high-profile Conservative Brexiteers allegedly being referred to as “the Grand Wizards”.
Nearly two-thirds of teachers would support making roads around schools totally car-free at school pick-up and drop-off times in order to reduce the levels of air pollution.
Provisional data from the Department for Transport suggests that deaths related to drink-driving are at their highest level since 2009 – but arrests for the offence have halved in the last decade.
An online petition urging the Government to cancel Brexit has passed five million signatures.
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.
An online petition urging the Government to cancel Brexit has become the most popular to be submitted to the Parliament website with over 4,150,000 signatures.
Theresa May has ruled out cancelling the Brexit countdown despite a public petition soaring past two million signatures.
The Prime Minister “will not countenance” revoking Article 50 despite a public petition calling for the Brexit deadline to be cancelled passing 1.5 million signatures.
A British adventurer will finish his 5,500-mile (8,851km), 210-marathon coast-to-coast run across the US next week.
Hyundai has added a new N-Line trim level to its mid-sized crossover, the Tucson.
A petition calling for the Government to revoke Article 50 has had the highest rate of sign-ups on record, according to Parliament’s official Petitions Committee.
Theresa May is facing a backlash from MPs as she heads to Brussels to appeal to EU leaders to grant her a delay to Brexit, amid warnings of “extreme unpredictability” if the impasse is not resolved.
A woman has called her husband “mad” after he spent more than £600 on a shop in preparation for a no-deal Brexit.
Consumer testing and review service Which? has applied a ‘Don’t Buy’ label to the Suzuki Ignis, noting the car’s safety rating.
Ferrari is recalling a number of models worldwide, including more than 2,000 in America due to a potential fire risk.
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.
Think carefully the next time you step into a Toyota Prius taxi, as the model’s just been named the most accident-prone in the UK.
Cars imported into the UK from the European Union will attract a 10 per cent tariff if the country crashes out of the EU without a deal.
Britain’s new car buyers are erring on the side of caution when it comes to replacing their cars amid Brexit uncertainty.
What is it? The market for old-fashioned, separate-chassis SUVs has declined as the market for car-based crossovers has increased. These big, rugged beasts are somewhat of an anachronism in 2019 – generally unable to offer the refinement or dynamism of their newer rivals.
Volkswagen has announced that it will begin taking orders for its ID. hatchback from May 8, ahead of its public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
BMW has opened the order books and announced pricing for its two latest models – the 3 Series saloon and the Z4 roadster.
Former cabinet minister Esther McVey was taken to task on social media on Monday after tweeting and then deleting a false claim about the European Union.
The Prime Minister’s spokesman has said the UK Government’s position has not “changed one bit” on demands for a second Scottish independence referendum.
Richard Herring’s humorous charity drive to tackle domestic violence has raised tens of thousands.
Millions of vehicles worldwide could be at risk from criminals exploiting their connected car alarms, risking exposing the owner’s details, disabling the alarm, unlocking the car or even having the engine remotely stopped.
The UK overtook China as the second largest market for art sales worldwide “despite Brexit”, according to a new report.