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The Conservative Party has been warned over its use of a telephone call centre to contact voters in the run-up to the general election.
Detectives are questioning a suspected hostage-taker as they try to establish why two men were held at gun point in a four-hour bowling alley siege.
Housing developers could be required to install electric vehicle charging points on all roads of a new project.
A suicide bomber has killed 13 people in Nigeria’s northeastern city of Maiduguri, said authorities.
A rare pair of conjoined twins born in the Gaza Strip will need treatment abroad, says a Palestinian doctor.
A Labour MP has quit his position on the Commons Women and Equalities Committee over a series of offensive online comments about celebrities made before he was elected.
Women MPs have revealed shocking accounts of being subject to sexual assaults and harassment as they aim to encourage victims of abuse to speak out.
Theresa May has dismissed a call for a second referendum as “out of the question”, affirming that Britain will be leaving the EU.
The best books draw the reader into their worlds, and now a new audio book is using the GPS in smartphones to use the real world as a trigger for different parts of its story.
An independent review of the British military justice system, including the controversial use of majority verdicts in courts martial, is to be carried out, the Government has announced.
Google is investigating reports some handsets of its new Pixel 2 XL smartphone have suffered from “screen burn-in”, the tech giant has said.
Investors cheered reports that engineering firm GKN could split in two, sending its shares to the top of the FTSE 100 and helping the blue chip index edge into positive territory.
Distressing footage showing the moment a father-of-three was knocked down in a hit-and-run has been released in a bid to trace the driver.
A stem cell donor has been found for an eight-year-old cancer patient after musician Ed Sheeran encouraged fans to sign up to the register.
Britain’s financial watchdog may still take action against the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) despite dismissing “serious allegations” about how the lender treated small business customers.
Google has announced the roll out of its fast-track online payment feature – Pay with Google – allowing users to complete a transaction in a few taps.
A driver of a train which crashed into buffers was suffering from fatigue, an accident investigation has found.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been urged to listen to British business and rule out a no deal option over Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn claimed it was “Groundhog Day” over Brexit before warning Theresa May her biggest battle is with the “warring” Tory factions rather than the EU.
Britain’s statistics agency has rebuffed reports that half a trillion pounds worth of UK-held foreign assets has gone “missing”.