Climate change and risk of nuclear war keep symbolic timepiece at three minutes to midnight
Former Oxford schoolboy denies claims he is the first white British man to join Islamic State
Russian scientists warn growing level of debris in orbit around Earth may trigger conflict
British fundraiser dies of organ failure in Chilean hospital after unaided attempt to cross Antarctic
With Burns Night approaching, it's time to raise a glass to Robert Burns and his poems
Alarm bells are ringing at home and abroad as experts question what Moscow stands to gain
One third of all plastic ends up in the world's ecosystems, but what can we do?
All four of the UK's largest lenders have seen their shares slump in the past three months
New blockbuster will explain how the superhero became the 'best fighter in the DC universe'
The best way to see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn as they all appear in the night sky
Post-mortem into failure to forecast result points the finger at 'unrepresentative' sampling methods
Latest model will be 'most intelligent saloon in the business class', says car-maker
This 18 January will be the saddest date on the calendar, says tradition, but is there any scientific reason why?
Liberals left counting cost of unity as summit affirms marriage as being 'between a man and a woman'
Reconnecting the country to the global economy could have widespread geopolitical consequences
Markets have actually been on a long bull run and were sitting at high historical values
First ever parliamentary report on transgender equality criticises legal, healthcare and criminal justice systems
Notorious murderer was jailed for the deaths of four schoolgirls – and had been linked to more
Country is subject of latest ruling over "sweetheart" tax deals amid European Commission clampdown
Discovery of two Bronze-Age dwellings in Cambridgeshire has 'international significance', say experts