The leader of the Brothers of Italy party appears set to become country’s first female PM
A LITERARY classic will be brought to life in Milford Haven next month.
Revelation about Mark Fullbrook follows last week’s repeal of rules to stop people paying themselves through companies to minimise tax
Several Labour members spoke in favour of electoral reform during the debate on Monday afternoon.
MotherRED gives grants and support to 50 women, who commit to family-friendly policies, to stand for public office
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng also claims he can’t comment on ‘market movements’ following pound’s plunge
Khayri, who was 15, died in hospital following an attack near the entrance of North Huddersfield Trust School in Woodhouse Hill.
The Home Office has been forced to admit that Albanian asylum seekers will not be fast tracked for deportation.
New court documents show retired NFL quarterback Brett Favre texted the Mississippi governor in 2019 to ask about getting money from the state's welfare agency to build an indoor practice facility for the University of Southern Mississippi’s football team
Iranians in France gathered in Paris to show support for protests in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini, who died three days after being arrested in Tehran for wearing "inappropriate clothing".
Letters: Jayne Ozanne and Geoff Reid on the church’s decision to bar Mpho Tutu van Furth from conducting her late godfather’s funeral
Peak welfare body and Greens recommend raise in income support payments but Albanese government rules out benefits increase in next month’s budget
OXFORD rail station will be closed again today due to engineering works.
Police are investigating after a bag containing £28,500 in cash was taken from a security guard in an armed robbery in an Asda store in Manchester.
Price survived alcoholism, hardship and tragedy to become a star, as she recounts in her brutally honest new book. ‘I had panic attacks, thinking about all of this being out there,’ she says
North Korea fired a ballistic missile towards the sea off its east coast on Sunday, ahead of planned military drills by South Korean and US forces involving an aircraft carrier and a visit to Seoul by US Vice President Kamala Harris.
At least 120 people were arrested in protests in the capital of Russia’s Dagestan province on September 25 after President Vladimir Putin announced the partial military mobilisation of citizens for the war in Ukraine. Videos shared online show Dagestan residents, often women and minorities, fighting back against police, who attempted to quell crowds by force.
A maritime design company has revealed design plans for a new zero-emission electric “flying” ferry that will begin a pilot service between Belfast and Bangor. Designed by Artemis Technologies, the EF-24 Passenger vessel uses cutting-edge hydrofoil technology to sail above the waves. The company has described the design as a "game changer," as raising the hull above the water cuts drag with estimated fuel cost savings of up to 85 per cent compared to diesel-powered vessels.
The pound fell to a record low against the dollar overnight, sparking market speculation that the Bank of England may be forced to intervene. A statement from the bank was expected later on Monday after sterling slipped by nearly 5% earlier in the day to $1.0327 - building on fresh 1985 lows seen on Friday after Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng unveiled the biggest programme of tax cuts for 50 years. The £45bn tax-slashing package saw the market deliver a verdict on the sustainability of the public finances, given the additional demands it will place on government borrowing.
A frustrated Tom Brady reportedly broke two tablets on the sidelines during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ victory over the New Orleans Saints last weekend