Radiation problem apology demanded
Alex Salmond has demanded an apology from David Cameron for failing to tell Scottish ministers about a radiation problem at a nuclear submarine test reactor.
Family seek murder exhibits retest
The family of a man serving life for murdering his ex-girlfriend are preparing for a last-ditch legal attempt to have key forensic exhibits retested.
Extra cash to mend damaged roads
Councils are to get an additional £140 million to fix roads damaged by England's record wettest winter , the Government announced.
Don't give up on Afghans - general
The former head of the armed forces has appealed to Britain and other Western powers not to give up on Afghanistan after the final withdrawal of international forces later this year.
Probation service changes slammed
Plans to privatise probation services are being pushed through to an "impossible timetable" as ministers battle to claw back millions of pounds, campaigners have claimed.
Britain set for sunny, warm Sunday
Britain is set to bask in the highest temperatures of the year so far tomorrow - warmer than some holiday spots in the Mediterranean, according to forecasters.
Lib Dems key to recovery: Alexander
The economic recovery would not have happened without the Liberal Democrats, Danny Alexander claimed as he set out his party's intention to make raising the personal tax allowance to £12,500 a key demand in any coalition negotiations after the 2015 general election.
Online dentistry course launched
A free online course in dentistry has been set up by one the UK's leading universities in a bid to encourage teenagers to think about studying for a degree in the subject.