Online advice offered by the Government about bees has been found to mistakenly include a link to a website offering escort services.
Social media bosses could be held personally accountable for harmful content published online under new Government plans, it has been reported.
An MP said she was appealing to the “heavens” in the chamber during Wednesday’s Brexit debate in an attempt to stop a Brexiteer from talking.
MPs have expressed their disbelief at a group of high-profile Conservative Brexiteers allegedly being referred to as “the Grand Wizards”.
The most polluting log burner and open fire fuels will be banned as part of an ambitious strategy to tackle air pollution announced by the Environment Secretary.
Young people are being asked to come up with bright ideas on how data collected from space can be used to benefit the UK’s economy, health or the environment.
Transport officials in Tayside have backed UK Government proposals to prosecute cyclists who injure or kill other road users.
Dundonians have deposited more than £27,000 in savings under the UK Government’s new savings account scheme.
An app that helps people self-manage lower back pain is among the winners of a government fund designed to help those with health conditions remain in employment.
All homes across the UK should have access to full-fibre broadband coverage by the year 2033, according to the Government’s digital strategy.
The co-founder of Google-owned artificial intelligence (AI) firm DeepMind has been announced as an adviser to the Government’s new Office for Artificial Intelligence.
Ministers have been urged to rethink a ban on term-time holiday for children.
The mum of a Tayside soldier found dead at Deepcut Barracks returned to the region to spend the 16th anniversary of his death at his graveside.
Nearly a million Twitter accounts have been suspended for promoting terrorism in less than two years, new figures reveal.
Theresa May has said she will form a Government to provide Britain with "certainty" and to lead the country into the Brexit talks.
Excuses for not paying the minimum wage have been revealed as part of a new government campaign making sure workers know how much they are entitled to receive.
Train fares will go up by an average of 2.3% next year, the rail industry has announced.
People are being "punished for their disability or illness" by having their benefits cut by £30 a week, the SNP has said.
A Dundee housing chief has warned that poverty “will get worse until there is a total breakdown” under UK Government welfare reforms.
A third runway at Heathrow Airport has been given the go-ahead by the Government.