Ukip’s popularity is testament to British tolerance, says Alan Tyers. Where else would such half-baked views be granted so much airtime?
While he is proud of his country and all it has given the world, St George’s Day always makes Chas Early feel slightly uneasy.
The papers report that eating plenty of vegetables, nuts and olive oil is more effective than drugs such as statins in treating heart disease, an "extraordinary" study suggests.
The Sunday Times reports that Theresa May will begin drawing up Britain's blueprint for Brexit this week, with her cabinet split over the terms of European Union withdrawal.
Sigalit Landau used the Dead Sea to transform a plain black dress into a sparkling work of art as part of her latest project, Salt Bride.
A ‘legendary’ white sturgeon with an unusual nose has been caught in British Columbia, Canada, in a river it has called home for at least four decades.
Ashley Bartyik posted the picture on social media as her family bids to get Wolf Gottschalk, 83, and his wife Anita, 81, reunited in the same care home after he was diagnosed with cancer.
Bays painted diagonally rather than at 90 degrees to the lane could be the key to creating better, more user-friendly car parks.
More than 2,000 exhibitors are taking part in this year’s fair at Tarrant Hinton showground near Blandford Forum.
The papers report that the NHS has begun drawing up a formal list of hospital departments to be shut in an attempt to ease the worst financial crisis in its history.
The study analysed words from eight million books, scored these words on a happiness metric and assessed the changes in vocabulary from year to year to build a happiness index dating back to 1776.
Much of The Great British Bake Off star’s early TV work was filmed in the kitchen of the house in Penn, Buckinghamshire.
Department store BHS is expected to disappear from the high street today as its last stores close, ending 88 years of British retail history. As the shutters go down on the remaining 22 stores, we take a trip down memory lane and remember other favourite shops that are no longer around.
Can you remember Britain’s hottest-ever summer?