Rurik Jutting 'pleads not guilty' to Hong Kong murders

One-Minute Read
Fri 8 May, AT 11:55

British banker accused of double homicide indicates he will not plead guilty, as case goes to the High Court

EU referendum: the pros and cons of Britain leaving the EU

Fri 8 May, AT 10:33

Conservative victory indicates in/out European Union referendum will be held within two years

The Mole

Cameron triumphs: but will he come to miss Nick Clegg?

Fri 8 May, AT 10:27
The Mole

The Tory right has got its wish: the Lib Dems are gone. Which just makes it harder for the PM

NSA desk

NSA mass surveillance 'illegal', rules US federal court

First Reaction
Fri 8 May, AT 10:27

Landmark ruling hailed as 'huge step' for individual Americans' rights, but the fight is far from over

Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood

Tim Sherwood in the dark over shock £150m Villa takeover

One-Minute Read
Fri 8 May, AT 09:03

Consortium led by former Arsenal defender Tony Adams and ex-Chelsea executive raising capital for takeover

What time do polling stations close – and more 2015 election questions

Thu 7 May, AT 16:09

Can you take a selfie in a polling booth, do you need ID, and what happens if you've lost your polling card?

Lindsay Sandiford appeals to Russell Brand over execution

One-Minute Read
Thu 7 May, AT 15:55

After Bali Nine duo shot for drug-smuggling, British grandmother on death row fears she will be next


UK election 2015: what the rest of the world is saying

Talking Point
Thu 7 May, AT 15:22

A 'weird' electoral system, a 'barmy' prime minister and a party that sounds like an 'awful pudding'

Barcelona FC

Spanish football strike: how it affects Barcelona and Real Madrid

Thu 7 May, AT 15:07

Domestic football has been suspended in Spain in a row over TV rights – will the season end early?

Yemen crisis: Saudi Arabia announces temporary ceasefire

One-Minute Read
Thu 7 May, AT 14:52

Fighting will stop for five days to allow charities to distribute aid if Houthi rebels agree to the deal