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EE has named Edinburgh as one the first cities in the UK to be chosen for 5G upgrades.
A Labour MP plotted with her brother to evade a speeding prosecution by claiming a Russian man had been behind the wheel, a court has heard.
Italian journalists have protested across the country against insults from prominent figures in the governing 5-Star Movement.
Police are looking to track down the occupants of a red car seen speeding away from a local Spar after it was raided.
Nicola Sturgeon has been widely praised for talking to a homeless man in a city centre street.
A man murdered in a violent attack was targeted by two people shortly after leaving his mother’s pub, police have said.
American broadcaster CNN is suing the Trump administration, demanding the return of correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials to cover the White House.
A war memorial marking the centenary of the First World War has been designed by prisoners at HMP Erlestoke.
Inflation is forecast to have inched up in October as energy companies up their prices ahead of next year’s default tariff cap.
Universal Credit problems are driving an increase in the number of emergency parcels handed out at food banks in Dundee, a charity has claimed.
Gaza militants have fired dozens of rockets at southern Israel, killing a man in a strike on a residential building and vowing to further escalate their attacks if Israel keeps bombing the Palestinian territory.
Healthcare professionals must not be made to force through an organ donation against the wishes of a distressed family, experts have told MSPs.
A barrister representing some of the Ballymurphy families has said there is “widespread and deep” concern that British soldiers are boycotting the inquest.
A armed group used a car to launch a “smash and grab” style raid at a luxury London department store, the Metropolitan Police have confirmed.
A prison governor has told how notorious inmate Charles Bronson launched himself at him and threatened to gouge his eyes out prior to a welfare meeting.
Shares in Interserve have hit fresh 30-year lows on concerns about the outsourcing company’s financial future.
The emotional first meeting of a child cancer patient and his life-saving donor has been captured on video.
Sri Lanka’s supreme court has suspended a presidential decree dissolving parliament and ruled that an earlier call to summon MPs is valid.
The number of people unemployed in Scotland has fallen by 12,000, figures show.
Doctors have saved the life of an unborn baby after his mother was shot dead with a crossbow.