Family is at the core of Duncan Family Farms, but on Mother’s Day there is usually a different “priority”.
THE news that the two ferries being built at Ferguson Marine will be further delayed has been slammed by a local MSP.
Oliver Dowden says the former prime minister will offer a "robust" defence against allegations he misled parliament.
WEST YORKSHIRE Police is reminding people to look out for any possible signs of elderly relatives, friends or neighbours being exploited or taken advantage of.
Singh is the chief of radical organisation ‘Waris Punjab De’ which backs the demand for separate statehood for Khalistan
Concern is growing for a missing girl who was last seen meeting a man in Glasgow.
Alerts with siren-like beeps can be sent during events such as severe flooding, fires or extreme weather
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Summary report by world’s leading climate scientists sets out actions to stave off climate breakdown
Trump's claim comes as a New York grand jury investigates hush money payments to women who alleged sexual encounters with the former president.
A MAJOR road in Thelwall is set to close overnight for eight weeks
Death toll could rise further as some of the injured passengers are in critical condition
Tory MP Alexander Stafford says it’s right to review and close the ‘loophole’ as soon as possible
‘Germans can’t dance? Me and my Indo-German team celebrated Naatu Naatu’s victory at #Oscar95 in Old Delhi’
Kuwait's constitutional court on Sunday nullified last year's legislative elections and ruled to reinstate the previous parliament, state media said, as a political crisis roils the oil-rich Gulf state."The appeals relate to the invalidity of the electoral process, the decrees calling for elections, and the decree dissolving the previous National Assembly," he told AFP. - 'Incorrect' - Kuwait is the only Gulf Arab state with a fully elected parliament.
With it being Mother's Day today, families across south east London are celebrating their mum.
The government's food tsar has quit in order to freely criticise the Tories' "insane" inaction against obesity.
Arguments in favour of roads always win, but we have reached a point where the crisis in nature can’t be ignored
Streetlights and more than 100 other outdoor lights will be changed in Hawnby in the North York Moors
Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union, said Mr Raab should have stepped down or been suspended.
SNP leadership candidate Kate Forbes has insisted she has "progressive views" after scrutiny of her religious beliefs. The Scottish finance secretary lost several supporters in the race to replace Nicola Sturgeon when she admitted she would have voted against gay marriage in Scotland at the time it was made legal almost a decade ago. Ms Forbes, a member of the Free Church of Scotland, has also voiced opposition to Holyrood's gender legislation and has failed to fully commit to banning all forms of conversion therapy.
A judge suspended a drug dealer's custodial sentence citing Britain's "overcrowded" jails.
Character actor was known for playing complex authority figures
Montenegrins cast ballots Sunday in a presidential contest pitting the Adriatic nation's longest serving leader Milo Djukanovic against a range of rivals hoping to shake up the country's political scene.- 'Disappointed' - Djukanovic remains the heavy favourite heading into the contest but will likely face stiff competition from the pro-Russian Democratic Front's Andrija Mandic, Jakov Milatovic -- a young economist from the increasingly popular Europe Now Movement -- and the leader of the centre-
Survivors tell of the devastating impact of the US-led invasion 20 years on