Lib Dem leader and predecessor miss knife-edge Brexit votes
Duchess of Sussex visits exhibition charting life of Mandela
Brexit group which campaigned under the slogan 'Take Back Control'
Rise in health spending puts state debt on unsustainable path, report warns
Co-operative Energy to raise gas and electricity prices by 5.2%
Co-operative Energy is raising gas and electricity prices by 5.2% for customers on its standard variable tariff from August 20, it has announced.The
Respond to jury call-ups at the click of a button
People called up for jury service can now reply on their PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.A new online platform launched on Tuesday allows potential
Heatwave spelling clangers as shoppers search for 'trampilines' and 'charcole'
UK consumers have revealed a struggle to spell after searching in their thousands for vacume cleaners, barbacues and trampilines.More than 3,000
In Pictures: Heatwave hosepipe ban harks back to 1976 drought
The current heatwave is believed to be the longest since 1976 when there were 15 consecutive days of temperatures reaching 32C or higher and many
How did Vote Leave break election law?
What is Vote Leave?Vote Leave was the officially designated Brexit-supporting campaign during the 2016 EU referendum. It was supported by
Public broadcast of Bank of England grilling derailed by technical issues
A parliamentary grilling of Bank of England and City watchdog bosses was fraught by technical difficulties after MPs tried to hold a key hearing at
Almost a quarter of Fringe theatre shows deal with social issues, research finds
Almost a quarter of theatre productions at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe deal with social issues, new analysis has found.Mental health
Sir Cliff Richard waits for judge's decision in court battle with BBC
Sir Cliff Richard is waiting to hear whether he has won a fight with the BBC over coverage of a police raid on his home following a child sex
Record number of people in work as earnings remain 'modestly' up
The number of people in work and job vacancies have reached new record levels, while earnings remain "modestly" up on the year, new
Official Brexiteer campaign group Vote Leave fined for breaking electoral law
The official Brexiteer campaign organisation at the 2016 referendum has been fined and senior figures referred to the police for breaking electoral
RBS at risk of legal battle with London council over loans scandal
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is at risk of being drawn into a legal battle with London's Newham Council after the local authority filed a High
Rare chance to see 'century plant' bloom at National Trust gardens
A plant which takes 20 years to mature and only blooms once in its lifetime before dying has flowered.The Agave plant is currently blooming at the
Rain showers bring some respite to parched North West
Rain showers have hit parts of the North West of England where a hosepipe ban is set to be introduced next month - but the prolonged dry spell is
MPs to vote on starting summer holiday early
MPs are due to begin their summer break next week but, as Theresa May's Brexit headache continues, a vote is expected to take place allowing
Vote Leave fined and referred to police for breaking electoral law
Brexit campaign group Vote Leave has been fined and referred to the police for breaking electoral law, the Electoral Commission has announced.
Hosepipe ban: How will it affect you?
Seven million people in the north west of England are facing a hosepipe ban amid what has been described as the longest heatwave since 1976.Here are
My fight for equal pay at BBC was worse than cancer, says Carrie Gracie
Former BBC China editor Carrie Gracie has described her fight for equal pay as "worse than breast cancer" - and said she believes she will