ALEX Salmond’s former aide was yesterday accused of “sneering nationalism” after claiming the UK Government did not respect Scots.
SCOTLAND faces a battering as gales approaching 100mph threaten power cuts, floods and travel chaos.
Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt says childcare costs have rocketed by 30% since 2010, while ages are down by £1,600 – and parents are feeling the pinch
Benjamin Wilson battered his dad with a hammer, but only after he and his mother suffered years of abuse at the hands of his father
The wife of the World War 2 hero who captured the hearts of the nation last year when he appeared at commemorations in Normandy after being reported missing from his care home died just two days after him
Kieron Flux, 18, was a keen snowboarder and had been on holiday with family and friends at the French resort
The Golden Globe-nominated star Meryl Streep is joined on the red carpet by co-stars Emily Blunt and James Corden for the gala screening of her film Into The Woods
Tech Editor Michael Rundle finds the ‘unhackable’ gadget makers fighting a rear-guard defence against the all-encompassing Internet of Things at CES 2015 in Las Vegas. Imagine if all of your devices, objects and data were connected in one, glorious ‘internet of things’. Imagine if you could drive your car with your watch, and turn it […]
A daily helping of avocado can replace unhealthy fats in the diet with a healthier version, say scientists from the American Heart Association.
Sarah Kellen, 34, and Nadia Marchinova, 29, who both pleaded their right to silence under the US Fifth Amendment when asked if the royal had sex with teenage girls, have reinvented themselves.