Nicola Sturgeon has told Sky News a leaked memo - claiming she wanted David Cameron to remain in power - was an election "dirty trick".
Police are hunting a member of London's notorious Adams family after a man was gunned down in the capital.
Army bomb disposal experts have safely detonated a World War Two device found near Wembley Stadium.
The parents of two children who died in a Greek hotel say they are "appalled" an electrician convicted over their deaths was re-hired by the same premises.
David Cameron has warned that successfully reforming the EU may take some time as the President of the European Parliament told Sky News that changes might be possible.
A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.
Brendan Rodgers has said he expects Raheem Sterling to stay at Liverpool despite transfer speculation regarding his future.
Jose Mourinho has said winning the Premier League manager of the year award is the icing on his title-winning season - but the cake is far more important.
Sam Allardyce has said he accepts his future as manager of West Ham will be decided on Monday "one way or another".
Rory McIlroy is facing a fine from the European Tour after throwing a club in frustration following a poor second shot to the 17th in an opening round of 71 at Wentworth.
Film star Gerard Depardieu has praised his friend Vladimir Putin at Cannes Film Festival, and said he was "shocked" at the Ukraine situation.
Leonardo DiCaprio donated a Banksy from his personal art collection to a celebrity auction in France which has raised over $30m (£19m) to fight AIDS.
A total of 27 countries will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest in Austria on Saturday night in a show which could be watched by 200 million people.
Flavor Flav has been arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of driving under the influence, possession of marijuana and having an open container of alcohol in his car.
Emilia Clarke and Peter Dinklage have starred in a spoof Game Of Thrones musical written by Coldplay.
Paul Mason, the retail veteran who chairs New Look, is to step down from his role at the fashion retailer following its £2bn takeover by a South African investment vehicle.
Some of Europe's biggest private equity firms are circling a supplier of ready-meals to Marks & Spencer and Tesco even as price deflation hampers food producers' profitability.
Nationwide has announced a 54% rise in annual pre-tax profits while at the same time confirming that chief executive Graham Beale is to step down in the summer of 2016.
Severn Trent, the water and sewage service provider, has seen pre-tax profits fall 53.5% to £148.2m – from £318.9m for 2014.
Whitbread, has named Alison Brittain as its new chief executive, succeeding Andy Harrison who confirmed his retirement last month.
An abandoned dog has been found at the summit of England's highest mountain.
Google is working to fix its maps service because it zooms in on the White House when users type in a racist term.
A solar halo appeared in Mexico City on Thursday - prompting dozens of calls from worried locals to meteorologists.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un left managers shell-shocked during an angry visit to a terrapin farm.
A "very poor" harvest of Prosecco grapes could lead to a global shortage of the sparkling wine, a leading producer has warned.
A video posted on a militant website has shown Islamic State fighters arriving at the Syrian city of Palmyra, after the terrorist group took control of it earlier this week.
A suicide bomber has blown himself up at a mosque packed with worshippers for Friday prayers, killing around 20 people and wounding more than 50, according to a doctor.
Dead fish and oil-covered pelicans have been discovered after an oil spill off the coast of California.
A former Korean Air Lines executive who had thrown a tantrum over a packet of airline nuts has been freed from jail on appeal.
The brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un has been spotted in London after flying in to attend an Eric Clapton gig.