Aslef members at nine companies will walk out for 24 hours, crippling services, with large parts of the country having no trains
After a fallow few years during which their female counterparts have enjoyed huge success, the men are back with a bang in 2022
As more doctors charge for appointments some people are being forced to limit GP visits or travel long distances for affordable care
Two ships carring the first Ukrainian wheat to be exported under a UN-brokered deal have left Black Sea ports; Kyiv appeals to the UN and Red Cross over prisoners held by Russia, and the EU is due to discuss a potential visa ban on all Russians — the latest developments in the war.
At least 11 people were killed during a mass shooting in Montenegro's central city of Cetinje on Friday, the country's public broadcaster said, in the deadliest violent incident to rock the Adriatic nation in years.
Sir Keir Starmer on Friday night defended going on holiday during the cost of living crisis as it emerged that Labour’s latest energy policy would save families just £84 a year.
Two leaders raised possibility of in-person encounter when they last talked by phone in late July, US official confirms
Thomas Robertson was an officer for the Rocky Mount Police Department in Virginia back on January 6 2021 when he stormed the Capitol to try to stop the certification of the 2020 presidential election
Colombia’s new government and members of the nation's last guerrilla group are moving toward restarting peace talks that were suspended three years ago in Cuba
Anyone with bite or sting allergies should make sure they carry the right medication, advises St John Ambulance
A Republican legislative leader from Wisconsin has fired the former state Supreme Court justice he hired to investigate the 2020 election, just three days after the lawmaker beat a primary opponent the investigator had endorsed and campaigned for
Councils across the country have been allowing more than half of their office staff to work from home, with some residents saying it is affecting services, The Telegraph can disclose.
Rail union baron Mick Lynch has suggested that Ukrainians “playing with Nazi imagery” and the influence of the EU provoked “trouble” in the invaded country.
Commission President Ursula von der Leyen praised firefighters across the continent, as emergency services struggle to contain fires in France's south-west and in several other countries.
Ashton Kutcher shares how wife Mila Kunis convinced him to give up his ticket to space.Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live