North Korea tests new missiles

North Korea said today that leader Kim Jong Un has guided the test launches of its newly developed precision guided missiles. It was a possible...

Prince Harry to begin tour of Chile

Prince Harry will pay his respects to Chile's first head of state and meet the country's President Michelle Bachelet as his three-day tour of...

Cash serves up attack on dress code

Pat Cash said the strict all-white dress code for tennis players at Wimbledon has "gone ridiculous". The 1987 Wimbledon champion spoke out about the tightened...

Britain to press for Syria aid

Britain will continue to press for tougher United Nations authority to bypass obstructions to getting humanitarian aid to victims of Syria's civil war, William...

EU investment benefits questioned

Britain has attracted no more overseas investment as a member of the European Union than it would have done alone, research has found. Many of...

Cameron in EU warning over Juncker

David Cameron has warned fellow EU leaders of "consequences" if they press ahead with plans to nominate an arch-federalist, whom Britain regards as an...

WP themes For Beginners

This is WordPress themes How-To For Beginners Tutorial - By Momizat WordPress themes can be used for both simple and complex websites. In our WordPress...

Iraqi PM rejects unity plea

A defiant Nouri al-Maliki has rejected calls for an interim "national salvation government" in Iraq intended to undermine the Sunni insurgency by presenting a...

Cannabis scratch and sniff cards

Scratch and sniff cards loaded with the smell of cannabis are being handed out in 17 police forces across England and Wales. The idea is...

Monarchy costs taxpayers £35.7m

The monarchy cost the taxpayer £35.7 million in the last tax year - or 56p for each person in the country, Buckingham Palace accounts...

‘Tax avoidance industry’ condemned

The Government is continuing to create dozens of new tax reliefs - opening up fresh loopholes for the tax avoidance industry to exploit, MPs...

Too much TV ‘doubles dying risk’

Watching three or more hours of TV a day can double your risk of dying young, say researchers. Scientists studied 13,284 healthy volunteers with an...

Queen and Duke on Antiques Roadshow

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are looking forward to a special episode of Antiques Roadshow after experts assessed items from the royal collections...

Doctor farewell ‘best sci-fi scene’

The Doctor's farewell to companion Rose Tyler in Doctor Who has been named the greatest scene in science fiction by fans. The scene - between...

Lampard looking to the future

England's drab goalless draw with Costa Rica was a fitting end to their disappointing World Cup, but an experience which Frank Lampard believes will...

Phone Hacking Trial: David Cameron Sorry for ‘Wrong Decision’ in Hiring...

By Ewan Palmer  David Cameron has apologised for making the "wrong decision" in hiring Andy Coulson following his conviction for phone hacking. Coulson, who was hired as director...

Are Books The Prescription For Depression?

New scheme utilises the stress-busting power of reading to help treat a range of anxiety and mild depression issues By Sophie Tighe  It costs the NHS £14...

Woman dies as gunman fires on plane

Authorities in Pakistan are hunting for a gunman who opened fire at a plane as it was landing, killing one person and wounding two...

Silent demo over jailed journalists

Hundreds of media representatives gathered in silent protest outside BBC headquarters in London today at the jailing of three Al-Jazeera journalists, as the Egyptian...

50,000 ‘cheated in English tests’

Nearly 50,000 migrants have fraudulently obtained English language certificates and the figure is likely to rise, ministers have admitted. Immigration Minister James Brokenshire told the...