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Theresa May remains wedded to her Brexit plan despite being told it “will not work” at a summit of European Union leaders, setting up a tense month of negotiations as time runs out to reach a deal.
Evans Cycles is seeking a new owner amid signs of further pressure on high street retailers from online competition.
A main road into Dundee city centre was closed off by police after concerns for a man at the water's edge.
The Conservatives have accused the Scottish Government of failing to recognise “hidden” crime figures.
Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood’s widow wept as she apologised to his victims, telling an inquest into their deaths: “I can’t believe I was married to someone that evil.”
EU “gangsters and bullyboys” will never be satisfied, Nigel Farage has said – urging Theresa May to pursue a “simple free trade deal”.
Three people have been killed in a shooting in the US state of Maryland in what authorities describe as an “active shooter” situation.
The Duchess of Cornwall is to attend the premiere of a classical work composed to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A legal challenge involving a woman accused of obtaining abortion pills for her teenage daughter in Northern Ireland has been adjourned.
A clubber accused of attempted murder after driving his car into a crowded dance floor said he only wanted to make a “nuisance” of himself after being “humiliated” when thrown out by bouncers.
Allegations of “systematic bullying” at NHS Tayside and the stress-related suicide of a trainee doctor there prompted the resignation of the health board’s whistleblowing champion, MSPs were told.
Multiple people have been killed in a shooting in the US state of Maryland, an official has said.
A police dog which repeatedly bit a frail pensioner may have become frustrated after it spotted an officer on the roof while it searched for a suspect, an inquest into the grandmother’s death has heard.
The second fire commander in charge at Grenfell Tower has defended his decision not to evacuate the burning block, believing residents would die trying to escape.
Cashplus is being forced to outline its compensation plans after customers were locked out of their accounts during a service failure this week.
North Antrim MP Ian Paisley, who narrowly survived the first ever Westminster recall petition, has been readmitted to the Democratic Unionist Party .
A 19-year-old man has been arrested by counter terrorism police for spraying extreme right-wing graffiti ahead of a peace march.
There were mixed views on the streets of Ballymena in the heart of Ian Paisley’s North Antrim constituency after an attempt to oust him from his Westminster seat failed.
BREAKING: Celtic star Leigh Griffiths GUILTY of speeding in Dundee and fined £200 after three-day trial
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths was today convicted of a speeding rap hours before he was due on the park for the Hoops' Europa League tie with Rosenborg.
An off-duty doctor has described following a trail of bloodied footprints to give life-saving care to a stabbed teenager collapsed in a pool of blood.