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Labour’s general election Facebook campaign reached more than 29 million unique users, the party’s general secretary has claimed.
Labour should change its policy to renew the UK’s nuclear deterrent, a shadow minister has said.
Police have foiled seven terror attacks since the Westminster atrocity in March, Sadiq Khan has revealed.
A casually-dressed Prince Harry embraced beaming athletes as he handed out medals at the Invictus games at Toronto’s York Lions Stadium.
The family of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague has retraced his last-known steps exactly one year after he vanished.
As part of their weekly Open Mic Rejects podcast, hosts Todd Gillett and Clint Parsons asked the internet to come up with stupid questions they would like to ask scientists.
Labour divisions over Europe erupted after conference delegates agreed not to push the issue of Brexit to a vote.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc has won a lacklustre victory in Germany’s national election while the anti-migrant Alternative for Germany party managed a triumphant entry into parliament, projections have shown.
Police are still unsure what the mysterious material that sparked the 11-hour full closure of the M3 was.
Four people had to be rescued from England’s highest mountain after taking cannabis, police said.
A man has been raped in a lane near a nightclub in the early hours of the morning
Sinn Fein is still committed to making a deal with the DUP to return to powersharing, Gerry Adams has insisted.
More than two in five Islamic schools in England that accept girls require them to wear a hijab as school uniform, according to new research.
Coastguards have contacted police after a distress flare was fired from land in what is believed to be a malicious act, sparking a major search.
Their fierce rivalry can be traced back through hundreds of boat races, University Challenge competitions, and scores of other meritocratic indices.
Tories are poised to woo moderate Labour supporters if left wing MSP Richard Leonard becomes the party's new Scottish Leader.
A "ground-breaking" study into how juries come to decisions - including their use of the not proven verdict - is to be carried out in Scotland.
A senior Scottish Labour figure has said he found out about Kezia Dugdale's intention to quit as party leader 15 minutes before it was announced.
A Flemish masterpiece thought to be lost for almost 400 years has been rediscovered in a historic house by art experts.
A man has been charged following a three-vehicle crash on a major road.