It was dubbed the ‘cash for ash’ scandal, but today an inquiry into how politicians in charge of a green energy scheme in Northern Ireland, that paid out more than it cost to run, found no individuals were to blame.
The Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has announced that schools, colleges and childcare facilities in Ireland will close
The subject of climate change has received added urgency thanks to the terrible flooding that will continue with the arrival of storm Jorge.
Tens of thousands of students have had their lessons cancelled or disrupted today because of a strike by university staff.
Another person has tested positive for the coronavirus in England, bringing the total number of cases in the UK to four.
Five Brits test positive for coronavirus in French ski chalet
The number of people cautioned or convicted for a knife crime in England and Wales reached a record high according to the latest figures from the Ministry of Justice.
Today, the World Economic Forum today has said all of the five biggest threats to economic and political stability were linked to the environment.
The wildfires in Australia are an ecological disaster which show no signs of easing, with strong winds fanning the flames.
According to a poll by YouGov tonight 45% of the public support the Duke and Duchess’s decision to step back as senior royals.
Once a leading human rights lawyer, and the current Shadow Brexit Secretary, Labour’s Keir Starmer now believes he’s ready for the role of Labour Party leader.
In an open letter in her local newspaper, the Wigan MP Lisa Nandy announced that she’s entering the race for leadership of the Labour party.
Boris Johnson has promised former Labour voters he will ‘repay’ their trust as he visited the northeast of England to congratulate newly elected Tory MPs.
One of the main issues now facing Boris Johnson’s new government will be the future of the United Kingdom itself.
The trial has begun of a teenager accused of killing one of the youngest victims of knife crime in London.