Police have released footage of the suspected gunman involved in the murder of journalist Lyra McKee.
Risk of electric shock from broken plugs forced recall from Apple.
The retailer says the stores will close next year and 1,200 staff will be affected.
Police in Northern Ireland have released a new image of the man they believe murdered journalist Lyra McKee.
The new owners of Debenhams say they plan to shut up to 50 stores, placing thousands of jobs at risk, as they move to shore up the chain's future.
As mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham needs to take control of the city’s buses, and prove public ownership works
Buses are hugely important. They help us to get to work, to see our loved ones, to access the services we need, and to achieve a sustainable environment. Labour’s announcement today that it intends to reverse cuts to 3,000 bus routes, and expand bus services, with £1.3bn a year promised, is hugely positive and exciting. However, it’s also important that Labour is looking at who is running our buses, and who they’re owned by.
Related: Labour reveals plan to put £1.3bn a year back into local bus services Continue reading...
The ferry firm is claiming a rival was unlawfully handed £33m of taxpayers' money.
Apple customers using old plug adapters have been told to return them to the company after a number of electric shock incidents.
A man has been charged with attempting to murder an off-duty policeman who was repeatedly stabbed in a "targeted" attack.
A man is charged with attempted murder after the stabbing in Rayleigh, Essex.
Extinction Rebellion campaigners are staging a "go-slow" bike ride across Newcastle.
Jordan Moazami, described as "an excellent young man", was stabbed to death on Wednesday.
New superhighways and better networks are helping cycle lane usage boom across the UK
Cycle lanes are one of the most efficient and healthiest ways of moving people. A single bike lane can transport five times as many people as a motor traffic lane, without the air and noise pollution. This is good news for everyone, whether you drive, walk or cycle – or breathe.
What’s clear from the data, though – despite occasional bizarre claims to the contrary, and attempts to have lanes removed – is that to reap cycling’s benefits you have to build proper infrastructure. But if you build it, they will come – and the cycle counters prove it. Continue reading...
Operation Black Vote say all-black shortlists could be the answer to tackle a lack of diversity in local councils.
The bank says uncertainty over Britain's exit from the EU could "make income growth more challenging".
The duke describes shootings which killed 50 people in the city, as an "unspeakable act of hate".
Emergency services attend scene after blast at UK’s largest steelworks in Port Talbot
Two people have suffered injuries after an explosion rocked the UK’s largest steelworks, causing fire to break out.
Locals reported their houses shook with the force of a blast at the Tata Steel site in Port Talbot in the early hours of Friday morning. Continue reading...
A van is driven into the west London store in the early hours before thieves on mopeds stole items.
Institution cut ties with influential art dealer in 2018 after allegations of sexual harassment
Artists, curators and other members of the arts community have challenged a decision by the Tate to resume links with the influential art patron Anthony d’Offay a year after allegations of sexual harassment were made against him.
Both the Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland suspended contact with D’Offay in January 2018 after it was revealed that he faced allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour from three women he had worked with. Continue reading...
Organisers are criticised for excluding assisted runners - such as wheelchair user Aaron Kerr.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has warned continued Brexit uncertainty is "likely" to make income growth more challenging for the bank.
What happened when a stranger AirDropped a picture of his naked body onto my phone.
Tata Steel Ltd's Europe unit said on Friday a fire broke out at its Port Talbot site in South Wales but there were no major injuries and fire was now under control.
Police receive "numerous" reports of a blast at the Port Talbot site and believe two people are injured.
South Wales Police says emergency services are attending an "incident" at TATA Steelworks in Port Talbot.
Sir Mark Sedwell's letter to ministers comes amid pressure for a more robust response to the Huawei leaks.
The singer explains why going back to school helped her reclaim her pop crown.
Police told Tommy Robinson to stop serving free burgers and hot dogs to supporters at an election rally because it broke electoral law.
Teenager Greta Thunberg said the UK's carbon emissions reduction relied on "creative accounting".
Richie Driss will make his debut on the children's show on 16 May, CBBC confirms.
The salary advantage for young people getting a degree is twice as big for postgraduates.
The average councillor is 59, white and probably called David or John.
Abbie is embracing her acne as she heads on a night out for the first time without make-up.
Scotland's fire service is to introduce a controlled burning regime as the problem is predicted to worsen.
A study will look at whether use of the HIV drug increases infection rates for other STIs.
A massive malamute nicknamed Georgie Porgie balloons to 70kg after munching on pasties and pies.
Charlie Parkes is one of about 6,000 children a year born with a condition so rare it is undiagnosed.
Citizens Advice calls for a change in the rules that mean a full year's bill is levied after a missed payment.
Artificial intelligence is giving us more accurate air pollution forecasts, potentially saving lives.
Across the UK, lesbian night clubs have been closing rapidly, leaving LGBT women with little choice for a night out.