Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he alone will decide whether his MPs will get a free vote on British airstrikes in Syria.
Pressure is growing on David Cameron to sack Tory Party Chairman Lord Feldman as it was disclosed he is a witness in the Tory bullying inquiry.
Tear gas has been fired in skirmishes ahead of the Paris climate summit amid tight security following the recent terror attacks.
The British public is increasingly sceptical that human activity is to blame for climate change, a poll for Sky News suggests.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released new photos of their baby daughter Charlotte to mark her turning six months old.
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Tyson Fury has claimed the world only got to see around "65%" of his ability as he dethroned former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany.
Wladimir Klitschko has insisted that he wants a rematch after losing his world heavyweight championship title to Tyson Fury.
Andy Murray can secure a first Davis Cup title for Great Britain since 1936 if he wins the opening singles match against Belgium's David Goffin in Ghent.
Lewis Hamilton has said he is still not happy with the balance of his Mercedes W06 after being out-qualified by nearly four tenths of a second by teammate Nico Rosberg in Abu Dhabi.
Scientists should be challenged to make affordable energy from renewable sources within 10 years, Sir David Attenborough has told Sky News.
Adele's third album, 25, has become the fastest selling record in British history.
Roman Polanski is free to live and work in Poland after prosecutors declined to challenge a ruling that he would not be extradited to the US over a 1977 child sex conviction.
Cate Blanchett has told Sky News it is the media which is creating an issue over women's inequality in Hollywood.
Jack Garratt has followed in Adele, Sam Smith and Ellie Goulding's steps after winning the Brits 2016 critics' choice award.
More than 300 jobs have been saved with the sale of a business from the Caparo steel group, administrators have annnounced.
It's as synonymous with British cuisine as fish and chips but the much loved Indian curry is in crisis.
Virgin Atlantic is finalising a landmark deal that will enable it to raise hundreds of millions of pounds from its lucrative take-off and landing rights at London's Heathrow Airport.
Retail giant Amazon has reported record figures as shoppers abandoned the high street and went online in search of bargains on Black Friday.
Asda has slashed unleaded fuel prices to below £1 a litre for three days - despite saying it would not be participating in Black Friday discounting.
Brussels sprouts as big as golf balls are hitting supermarket shelves thanks to higher temperatures this year in the UK.
The organisers of the first all-electric race series has announced plans to ditch the drivers and hold the first fully-autonomous championship as well.
The hunt is on for a Bengal tiger which has been on the run in Mexico for a month after escaping from a restaurant zoo on the country's southern Pacific coast.
A man's noisy attempts to kill a spider caused his neighbours to call the police, reporting a suspected violent domestic incident.
Swimmers have been warned to stay away from a beach after a sinkhole the size of a football pitch opened up.
Vladimir Putin has called for sanctions against Turkey after a Russian warplane was shot down.
Around 120,000 police and army personnel will be on the streets of Paris amid unprecedented security as world leaders arrive for a global climate change summit.
The man accused of killing three people at an abortion clinic in the US said "no more baby parts" when he was arrested, according to media reports.