Environment Agency bosses have been branded 'eco-hypocrites' for running a fleet of more than 3,000 diesel vehicles - and just 27 pure electric ones.
Royal fans have paid tribute to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on social media after an ITV documentary about their trip to Africa aired tonight, laying bare their struggles with public scrutiny.
Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he is looking past Trump's presidency and tells The Atlantic: 'The president will not be the president forever'.
Barbara Fry, 73, was initially accused of doing 36mph in her Honda in a 30mph zone on a busy stretch of road at Winterbourne Abbas in Dorset.
The public got its first look at actress Felicity Huffman's life in prison as photos and a video taken Saturday showed her walking in a green prison uniform.
By withdrawing US troops from Syria, President Donald Trump is playing a kind of Russian roulette, entrusting dangerous players with key US national security objectives.
The Prime Minister (pictured) is planning late-night sittings in the Commons and a special weekend session in the Lords as he attempts to pass the Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
Papers disagree whether the PM "has the numbers" to get his Brexit deal passed or will be thwarted.
One of the biggest British parliamentary weeks in decades could determine the fate of Brexit. Here Political Editor JASON GROVES looks at what might happen.
Most big banks in London have called in extra staff to react to a potentially volatile trading session.
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In heavily urbanised Beirut, public space is scarce and the amount of green space has steadily shrunk.
World Cup semi-final tickets were on Sunday night changing hands for as much as £4,000 as England fans scrambled to secure a seat for the big match.
Chris Gayle was sensationally snubbed in the Hundred draft on Sunday night as a raft of top international players were overlooked for the ECB's new competition.
A No 10 source said Labour should come clean: 'Do MPs want to respect the referendum like they claim to and leave the EU with a good new deal on October 31?'
With Princess Beatrice's wedding on the horizon, the well-to-do will be keeping their fingers crossed that a Save-the-Date will soon be dropping through the letter box.
Speaking in an hour-long ITV documentary, filmed during his and Meghan's trip to Africa, the Duke of Sussex acknowledged tensions with his older brother for the first time.
Hundreds of civil servants were last night moved from their regular duties to join the emergency No Deal operations in Whitehall.
Australia cricket captain Meg Lanning and Alyssa Healy and Sophie Molineaux are among eight marquee players in the inaugural women's Hundred.
JAN MOIR: By now, we all know the Harry and Meghan drill. Their royal mission in life is to 'shine a light' on hardship and to raise awareness while still being 'authentic' in themselves.