Multiple Sclerosis sufferer and campaigner, Debbie Purdy has welcomed the publication of new guidance on the law relating to assisted suicide in
Asking prices for homes in England and Wales are still lower than a year ago but they are picking up.
Figures published by UK property website
Off the east coast of Northern Ireland, in a marine nature reserve near Strangford Lough, is the world’s first commercial-scale tidal current
Fashion Week is underway in London and although to some it is just an excuse for skinny models to show off peculiar clothes, the event is estimated
Kingfisher, Europe’s biggest home improvement chain, has unexpectedly posted a 35 percent rise in first-half profit
Kingfisher, which runs market
Britain’s jobless rate has hit its highest in 13 years, at just under eight percent of the working population.
The National Statistics Office said
Multiple Sclerosis is a neurological condition that affects the transfer of messages from the central nervous system to the rest of the body. There
Dorian Gray is Oliver Parker’s latest foray into Oscar Wilde and follows on from An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Ernest.
This film is
Spiders have been striking irrational fear into many of us for centuries and fortunately we don’t have to bear the sight of their pre-historic
Three British Muslims who plotted to murder hundreds, possibly thousands, of people by blowing up transatlantic flights have been jailed for a
Ten people have been arrested during a demonstration outside a mosque in north London where an anti-Islamic rally was due to be held.
The uncertainty felt by Belgian workers after the news that Magna would buy Opel and Vauxhall was matched by the 5,500-strong British workforce of
The Bank of England left interest rates in the UK at a record low of 0.5 percent for the sixth month running on Thursday.
The British central bank
Beverley Knight is back. Again. And she says she’s giving it 100%. In fact that’s even the title of her new studio album: 100%.
Three British citizens have been convicted of planning to blow up seven commercial airliners using bombs disguised as drinks.
When they were
The UK’s relations with Libya are back in the spotlight with Gordon Brown denying he shied away from pressing Tripoli to compensate families of
The G20 finance ministers and central bankers are trying to reach a consensus on how far the world economy and banking system has recovered from two
New car sales in Britain rose for a second month running in August.
The figures seem to show the government’s scrappage scheme known in the UK as
G20 policymakers are promising to keep economic support packages in place.
They will also seek to reassure financial markets with credible plans
Under pressure as the bodies of more British military victims arrive home from Afghanistan, Prime Minister Gordon Brown has defended the UK’s mission
In this week of ceremonies marking the start of the Second World War, London has celebrated the deeds of a man dubbed “Britain’s Oscar
Amid unrest in the European Parliament about the British National Party winning two MEP seats in the June European elections, will Nick Griffin
The British government has welcomed BMW’s decision to build two new Mini models at its factory near Oxford in south central England.
The UK’s annual three day Reading festival played host to 80,00 dedicated rock fans over August bank holiday weekend. The festival, one of Europe’s
A super magnet – strong enough to lift a seven-tonne truck – is being developed by engineers at Cambridge University. The project aims to magnetise