Britain will be battered by severe gales today as the newly-named Storm Clodagh crashes into its coastline from the Atlantic.
Local authorities in England have warned they are facing a £13 billion funding gap by the end of the decade following George Osborne's spending review, even if they raise council tax bills by almost £200 a family.
It may be the fastest selling single of the year, but Che Chesterman managed to forget the lyrics to Adele's Hello on the X Factor.
Call The Midwife star Helen George has topped the leaderboard with 46 points in this week's episode of Strictly Come Dancing.
The BBC's Top Gear will return to our screens on Sunday May 8, presenter Chris Evans has revealed.
Government negotiators will sit down with British Medical Association (BMA) officials again tomorrow for last-ditch efforts to reach an agreement that would head off a strike by junior doctors over pay and working conditions.
Economic growth has remained "steady" in the past few months, although momentum has slowed, according to a business study.
Jeremy Corbyn is taking to the airwaves to make the case against British air strikes in Syria ahead of a potentially dramatic showdown with his shadow cabinet.
The row over alleged bullying and blackmail in the Conservative Party shows little signs of abating despite the dramatic resignation of international development minister Grant Shapps.