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Almost two-thirds of people in Northern Ireland want local politicians to make the decisions on the region’s abortion laws, a new poll has suggested.
A top Bank of England official has defended the institution’s track record on bullying and harassment after figures showed a spike in investigations during governor Mark Carney’s term in office.
Ireland’s premier has said that the key issue of agreeing the backstop deal is not only an issue of substance, but “an issue of trust”.
Two men have been charged after the fatal stabbing of a man outside a house in North Lanarkshire.
A driver has been praised for ensuring the safety of his passengers after his double-decker bus caught fire on a university campus.
Theresa May has said she believes a deal on the UK’s orderly withdrawal from the EU remains “achievable”, despite the deadlock in negotiations ahead of a crunch Brussels summit.
The Government has defeated an attempt to force ministers to publish its analysis of the impact of the welfare reforms on people’s incomes.
Mary Lou McDonald has credited Sinn Fein’s presidential candidate for sparking a healthy conversation around the poppy, but made clear she would not wear one as party leader.
Testing of a £500 million new train fleet has damaged overhead electric wires, causing severe disruption at one of the UK’s busiest railway stations.
A Tory MP’s aide was thought of as an “idiot” by colleagues, despite being appointed to ensure strict spending limits were observed in a key 2015 general election battle, a court has heard.
Universal Credit is a “modern day digital workhouse” that needs to be stopped, according to a Labour MP.
A world-leading subsea training facility in the Highlands has been forced into administration, placing almost 50 jobs at risk.
The FTSE 100 finished in the red on Wednesday, following US and European markets lower as a cocktail of jitters weighed on investor sentiment.
Three anti-fracking activists have been greeted by supporters as they left prison after six weeks.
The UK has done “all it can” unilaterally to cushion the blow of a no-deal Brexit for banks and financial firms, a Bank of England deputy governor has said.
Britain has gone without coal to generate electricity for the equivalent of more than two months so far this year, the Government has said.
An Dundee man's “Scottish House Mafia” video has gone global after he shared it online.
Labour has labelled Universal Credit (UC) a “vehicle for cuts” as it attempted to force the Government to publish its analysis of the impact of the welfare reforms on people’s incomes.
A senior Tory MP hit out at “shroud-waving” EU negotiators as he claimed a hard Irish border would not materialise as no-one wanted to build it.
Twitter has released a huge cache of pictures, videos and other information related to “potentially state-backed information operations” on the social network.