Christmas trees covered with snow

White Christmas 2014: will it snow on 25 December?

Briefing Tue 16 Dec, AT 14:24

At least some parts of the UK could see snow if colder spells return at the end of next week

Houses of Parliament

English votes for English laws: how will the proposals work?

Briefing Tue 16 Dec, AT 11:36

Government to set out plans to give English MPs more say over 'English matters' but Labour remains opposed

United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage

Worst Ukip gaffes: apologies all round as party trips up again

Briefing Mon 15 Dec, AT 12:00

The most serious gaffes and controversial comments from Ukip on gender, sexuality, race and religion

Prince George: official Christmas photos revealed

One-Minute Read Mon 15 Dec, AT 10:40

The royal toddler smiles on the steps of Kensington Palace wearing his sought-after Cath Kidston vest

Dartford Crossing payment: how the new Dart Charge system works

Briefing Mon 15 Dec, AT 10:22

Drivers may be delayed at the Dartford Crossing as toll booths are removed and a new payment system begins

Water tap

Water bills to fall by 5% says regulator

One-Minute Read Fri 12 Dec, AT 08:51

Water companies say that Ofwat ruling will hit their profits, as bills fall by £20

Brand vs Farage

Nigel Farage vs Russell Brand: which Question Time panellist has offended more people?

Analysis Thu 11 Dec, AT 15:51

Farage and Brand have each angered large swathes of society. Now the two masters of mayhem go head to head

Ray Teret

Former DJ Ray Teret gets 25 years for string of sex attacks

One-Minute Read Thu 11 Dec, AT 14:28

Girls as young as 12 were raped or indecently assaulted by presenter dubbed 'Jimmy Savile's shadow'

Double cheeseburger

Scientists develop 'feel full' chemical to fight weight gain

One-Minute Read Thu 11 Dec, AT 11:15

Soluble powder can be added to food to control appetite and help people eat less, say researchers