The UK as a country on the world stage is “undoubtedly” on the back foot, the director of an independent international affairs think tank has warned – and the situation could get worse. Robin Niblett, director of Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, said the country was suffering from “an identity crisis”, partly […]
SCOTLAND’S love of sunbeds, along with a failure to use sun cream, is being blamed for a huge rise in deadly skin cancer.
NEARLY two-thirds, or 1.8 million, of new households in the UK since 1997 have been headed by an immigrant, a think-tank claims today.
The ad campaign for Protein World’s weight-loss range sparked angry complaints that women are being held to unrealistic physical standards with some posters in London being defaced.
In 2008, it was Miliband who was responsible for pushing through the final version of the Climate Change Act — easily the most costly law passed by Parliament, writes CHRISTOPHER BOOKER.
It’s the fourth poll in a row that says the Lib Dem leader will lose his seat to Labour
The Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington is at the centre of the world’s attention
HOUSE prices in Scotland have soared by £476 a day over the past year in a stampede to beat the SNP’s new property tax.
A FACTORY manager who has played the Lotto every week for 11 years with the same numbers has scooped the near-£8million jackpot.
MOURNERS at the funeral of the student whose remains were found four days after she vanished from a Glasgow nightclub have been told of the indescribable hurt and pain her devastated family is suffering.