The Queen is celebrating her 93rd birthday, which this year coincides with Easter Sunday. Elizabeth II, who is head of the Church of England and has a strong faith, usually celebrates Easter at Windsor Castle by joining members of her family at a service in St George's Chapel. At Buckingham Palace
Conservative councillors in Derbyshire have voted to go on "strike" and not help candidates campaign in the upcoming European elections, in an extraordinary show of local defiance to the national party. It comes as a survey of 781 Conservative councillors for the Mail on Sunday shows that
Prison staff are using specialist detection equipment to pinpoint where inmates are using illegal mobile phones down to the precise cell, the Ministry of Justice has said. It is hoped the new technology will clamp down on illicit handsets, which officials say can be used by prisoners for purposes including
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has condemned the "miserable disruption" inflicted on Londoners by Extinction Rebellion - telling demonstrators to protest lawfully or go home. Ms Dick said she had never known a single police operation where so many arrests have been made - with
The most common passwords have been revealed, as a survey shows many British internet users do not know the best way to protect themselves from cyber crime. A survey by the National Cyber Security (NCSC) shows 15% said they knew "a great deal" about how to protect themselves from harmful activity
The prime minister has used her Easter message to highlight the "danger" facing Christians, while Jeremy Corbyn focused on the refugee crisis. Theresa May says this "particularly special time" is used to "remember the powerful message at the heart of our Christian faith"
Launching her party's manifesto at the 2016 Holyrood elections, Nicola Sturgeon said majority backing for independence was required before IndyRef 2.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats requested information on EU funding from local authorities across Scotland.
A study by Citizens Advice Scotland indicated the areas of most concerns for Scots ahead of the UK's departure from the EU.
The Prime Minister used her message to highlight religious persecution while Jeremy Corbyn raised the plight of refugees.
The Church of England says it is on target to train nearly 2,000 church teams with digital skills - including streaming services live on Facebook - in a bid to boost congregation numbers. In-house developed apps and voice commands for Amazon's smart speaker Alexa have seen the CoE's social media
Firefighters have been tackling a large blaze emitting "intense heat" on Ilkley Moor in West Yorkshire. West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) said fire crews, specialist wildfire officers and equipment from around the county had been deployed. Several acres of the moorland was on
The Met Office has confirmed that Saturday was the warmest day of the year so far - with temperatures reaching 25.5C (78F) in Hampshire. There has barely been a cloud in the sky across large parts of the UK, with Britons making the most of the Easter bank holiday weekend. Temperatures could peak at
The deputy Labour leader said his party could not be 'mealy-mouthed' in its response to the threat posed by Nigel Farage's Brexit Party.
Information on public services - from renewing a passport to the state pension - can now be accessed through voice-activated smart speakers and virtual assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home. The government says the public can now access more than 12,000 pieces of official information from