A security breach means some insurers won't offer cover unless Range Rovers are left in secure car parks
Second phase of HS2, dubbed HS3, could halve journey times between the two cities, says new report
Cameron under pressure as Ukip likens Brussels to 'a thirsty vampire feasting on UK taxpayers' blood'
The Queen makes history by tweeting about the opening of an exhibition at the Science Museum
Is Ukip's rising popularity giving Euroscepticism a bad name, making public adopt the opposing view?
Health bosses are asking for an extra £8bn to implement a drastic five-year plan for the NHS – but what does it involve?
Armed services were unequipped to fight in both Iraq and Afghanistan, creating a 'perfect storm'
Farage befriends Polish far-right group who call black people n*****s and believe women shouldn't vote
Veterans argue signing up offers young people a better life, but campaigners say it's unethical and exploitative
Requests for 'local' drivers after two Asian cabbies were convicted of trafficking young white girls
High winds and faulty power plants lift wind power above nuclear for the first time in the UK
Scientists found a link between regular cannabis use and reduced academic performance
Met Office issues warning as flights are cancelled and roads are closed due to gale force winds
Darek Fidyka's recovery described as 'more impressive than man walking on the Moon'
Mike Read has recorded a Ukip-themed calypso sung in a fake-Caribbean accent – and Twitter has responded
Campaigners say idea 'teeters perilously close to victim-blaming', but minister says she wouldn't rule it out
An 'ambitious' new plan could see the UK importing cheap solar energy from North Africa by 2018
British academics set up detective agency to solve crime with images from satellites and drones
Head of the European Commission also warned Cameron that a migration cap would breach EU law
Some cancer patients will be allowed to take unlicensed medicines under the Medical Innovation Bill