National

National

Jeremy Corbyn talks up Labour's ties with unions and warns 'stakes are high'

Jeremy Corbyn would make repealing "vicious" trade union legislation brought in by the Tories one of his first acts if Labour wins the general election.

National

Nicola Sturgeon calls for backing of voters in 'two-horse race' with Tories

Scotland will pay a "heavier price" if more Tory MPs are returned to Westminster in June, according to Nicola Sturgeon.

National

Lib Dems announce surge in membership since snap election called

The Liberal Democrats have said their membership is set to pass the 100,000 mark following a surge of new joiners in the wake of Theresa May's announcement of a snap general election.

National

Ferne McCann's boyfriend in court over nightclub acid attack

Arthur Collins, the boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann, will appear in court after being charged in connection with an acid attack at an east London nightclub which left two revellers partially blinded and others disfigured.

National

Ex-defence chief: Corbyn can't be trusted to protect nation

Jeremy Corbyn is facing renewed questions over his fitness to be prime minister after a day of confusion over Labour's defence policy.

National

'Criminal fraternity' urged to help in hunt for burglars who killed man

A manhunt is under way after a former Royal Navy officer was killed by burglars who ran him over in his own car.

National

Emmanuel Macron vows to unite France ahead of Elysee decider with Marine Le Pen

Centrist Emmanuel Macron pledged to unite France as defeated opponents gave their allegiance to him in his battle for the French presidency with far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

National

Failure to act early on stalking 'could lead to violence and death'

Failure to take action on stalking could lead to an escalation in violence and potentially death, a study of more than 350 homicides suggests.

National

George Osborne under fire over accepting Evening Standard post

Former chancellor George Osborne has been sharply criticised by MPs for accepting the post of editor of the London Evening Standard without first clearing it with the official watchdog.

National

Bid to resolve Southern Railway dispute with fresh talks

Talks aimed at resolving the bitter row over staffing and driver-only trains on Southern Railway are being held over the next two days.

National

Labour reiterates support for Trident despite review pledge

Labour has insisted it still supports the retention of Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent after Jeremy Corbyn appeared to throw its commitment into doubt.

National

'Criminal fraternity' urged to help in hunt for burglars who killed man

A manhunt is under way after a former Royal Navy officer was killed by burglars who ran him over in his own car.

National

Tony Blair 'almost feels motivated to go right back into' political frontline

Tony Blair has expressed his increased desire for a return to frontline politics as Britain is being "hijacked" by Brexit backers.

National

Emmanuel Macron vows to unite France ahead of Elysee decider with Marine Le Pen

Centrist Emmanuel Macron pledged to unite France as defeated opponents gave their allegiance to him in his battle for the French presidency with far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

National

Motoring groups welcome tougher punishments for speeding offences

The introduction of tougher punishments for the most serious speeding offences has been welcomed by motoring groups.

National

UK expat dies after solo flight paraglider accident in New Zealand

A British expat has died after a tragic paraglider accident in New Zealand.

National

Flying Scotsman travels with modern trains to celebrate British railways

World-famous locomotive Flying Scotsman travelled alongside three modern trains to celebrate the "past, present and future" of Britain's railways.

National

Britain's Got Talent attracts biggest TV audience of 2017 so far

Britain's Got Talent has drawn the biggest TV audience of the year so far, with 9.2 million people tuning in to watch the second episode of the series.

National

Tycoon Sir Philip Green 'could still lose knighthood year after BHS collapse'

Sir Philip Green has been warned that he could still be stripped of his knighthood and faces further questions from MPs, one year after the collapse of BHS.

National

Ron Howard leads tributes as Happy Days actress Erin Moran dies at 56

Former Happy Days actors Ron Howard and Henry Winkler have led tributes to their co-star Erin Moran, who has died at the age of 56.

National
Load more