Thu 18 Sep, AT 15:28
Several Scottish pubs will be opening late, while television channels are providing rolling coverage
Tue 12 Aug, AT 14:16
Former PM's tone on immigration contrasts with that of Cameron, who has launched crackdown on 'benefit tourism'
Fri 1 Aug, AT 14:33
Estate agents are struggling to enforce anti-money laundering regulations, research suggests
Thu 31 Jul, AT 14:40
Soon driverless cars arrive on British roads, introducing a range of technical, legal and moral quandaries
Thu 31 Jul, AT 13:08
Bild reels off British holiday ailments, from 'underwear amnesia' to 'Prince Harry syndrome'
Fri 11 Jul, AT 12:08
A tide of support for legalising drugs seems to be rising around the world. Could it work here too?
Wed 9 Jul, AT 10:07
Foreign Office document shows British companies sold Syria ingredients for sarin in 1980s
Fri 27 Jun, AT 13:35
Experts want to banish sugary drinks at meal times and cut recommended sugar intake in half
Fri 27 Jun, AT 09:50
Population passes the 64 million mark for the first time with increase in immigration and birth rate
Wed 15 Jan, AT 12:19
Surrey police say there's not enough evidence, but prosecutor Maillaud says he's 'not finished' with Zaid