A record-breaking number of tickets have been sold for the BBC Proms 2015
The Conservatives will tackle failing and coasting schools with a new Bill in the Queen’s Speech, says Nicky Morgan
New Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has defended the controversial betting terminals, only for gambling minister Tracey Crouch to hit out at them
Until the early 1990s, being openly gay meant you were not able to work at GCHQ but the organisation now prides itself on the diversity of its workforce
The mastermind behind the Tory election victory has delivered a stinging rebuke to commentators who failed to see the result coming – and urged a ban on polls in the final stages of campaigns. Lynton Crosby said wealthy Westminster-based pundits who only came into contact with ordinary people when they “picked up their dry cleaning” […]
After being tipped off by locals in the Anambra province, police raided the hotel restaurant to discover human heads which were still dripping blood into plastic bags (file photo of pork chops).
Bizarre images of an ISIS militant precisely marking a man’s head with a ruler reflects the terror group’s new policy of ‘eye-for-eye’ punishments, where they exact the same retaliation on supposed criminals.
Young Pioneer Tours (YPT) believes their offering of a beach holiday in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is just the ticket.
Mohamed Morsi raised his fists in defiance as the judge read his verdict. The sentence will be passed on to the Grand Mufti, who will give his opinion on whether it should stand in June.
Vice correspondent Isobel Yeung traveled to Uganda to explore the country’s war on homosexuality for an HBO documentary. While in Uganda, she met with a lesbian rape victim and a group of rapists.