Belfast council drops plan to remove Avoniel bonfire
Police had warned there was a risk of violence if Belfast City Council tried to dismantle the Avoniel bonfire. […]
Watson 'deplores' Labour's response to anti-Semitism claims
The party's deputy leader says he is "shocked" and "appalled" by allegations made in a BBC documentary. […]
Tommy Robinson jailed for contempt of court
Ex-English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson is jailed for nine months after a Facebook Live video. […]
Lucy McHugh trial: Murder accused 'swore at and pushed girl'
Stephen Nicholson denies raping and murdering Lucy McHugh, 13, who was found stabbed in woodland. […]
Carl Sargeant inquest: Sacked ministers need support, coroner says
A coroner rules Labour's Carl Sargeant killed himself after allegations of inappropriate behaviour. […]
Iranian boats 'tried to intercept British tanker'
The vessels withdrew after receiving a warning from a Royal Navy ship, the Ministry of Defence says. […]
Flooding in Dingwall after month's rain falls in a few hours
Dingwall suffered flooding on Wednesday and forecasters warn parts of Scotland could see further downpours. […]
Anthony Grainger shooting: Judge criticises Greater Manchester Police
A judge rules the 2012 shooting of unarmed Anthony Grainger was legally justified but criticises police. […]
'Grade inflation' means 80% more top degree grades
The university watchdog challenges a continuing rise in the proportion of first-class degrees. […]
Grainger shooting: 'It should've been prevented.'
Anthony's partner, Gail Hadfield-Grainger gives emotional statement following a public inquiry into his death. […]