An Islamic State fanatic plotted to assassinate Prime Minister Theresa May in a suicide attack on 10 Downing Street, a court has heard.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to apologise for “deliberately misleading” business after a judge ruled that fracking has not been banned in Scotland, despite her claims to the contrary.
The United States is expected to withdraw from the United Nations human rights council on Tuesday in protest against what it perceives as a long-standing bias against Israel and a willingness to allow notorious human rights abusers as members.
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The military should be deployed to combat cyber attacks, the new head of the army has said.
Beijing’s underground system is planning to introduce 'bio-identification' technology including facial recognition in what it says is an effort to streamline passenger flow through its stations.
Steve Borthwick has backed Eddie Jones to arrest England’s alarming slump in form, insisting that their coaching team is united behind the Australian.
A Cambridge academic has gone on strike after claiming that a porter’s refusal to call her “doctor” is racist.
Arsenal’s ‘Invincible’ goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has delivered a parting shot at the club after becoming one of 10 backroom staff to be axed in the cull that has followed the departure of Arsene Wenger.
Steve Hansen had an interesting line on the Benjamin Fall red card in his post-match comments on Saturday.
Nabil Fekir has rejected claims of a long-standing knee problem after his move from Lyon to Liverpool was aborted.
The remains of fascist dictator Francisco Franco could soon be removed from a state-funded mausoleum under a plan by Spain's new socialist government to transform the monument into a place to remember the civil war rather than glorify the dictatorship.
A severe water crisis in Iraq has forced the government to suspend all cultivation of rice, a staple in the war-torn country’s diet.