Alex Salmond: MoD must break silence on Trident
Current MP and former SNP leader Alex Salmond says the Ministry of Defence must answer 'substantive questions' on the Trident nuclear programme. Report by Mcnallyc. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Ireland has shown us the way
THE Irish are often the butt of jokes, but in voting for marriage equality, in the face of church opposition, they showed courage and clear thought.
Fifa's Sepp Blatter under pressure
Fifa president Sepp Blatter chairs an emergency meeting under growing political pressure over the corruption scandal which began on Wednesday.
SEAT's Nissan Qashqai rival spied for the first time
28 May, 2015
This is our first look at SEAT's new mid-size crossover SUV, due for release in mid 2016
Demi Lovato discusses bipolar disorder as face of mental health campaign
When Demi Lovato was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, she was actually relieved. Lovato is sharing her story and encouraging others to do the same through Be Vocal: Speak Up For Mental Health, an initiative launched Thursday by a pharmaceutical company, the National Alliance on Mental Illness and ot
Texas cities worry rivers swollen by heavy rains could lead to flooding
Many Texas cities remain in danger though a barrage of deadly thunderstorms has tapered, as officials warn about the possibility of more flooding from rain-swollen rivers.
Major FIFA Sponsors Warn of Withdrawal
VISA has issued a statement Wednesday regarding the FIFA corruption allegations and subsequent Zurich arrests of high officials. The company is one of the major sponsors of the football organization and a possible withdrawal of its resources will have a severe negative impact upon all sports events
Bulgaria's Parliament Sets Up Ad Hoc Committee on Draft Constitutional Amendments
Bulgaria's Parliament has established an ad hoc committee in connection with a set of proposed constitutional amendments.
The establishment of the committee was backed by 118 MPs, with 4 votes against and 14 abstentions, according to reports of dnevnik.bg.
In seven days' time, the new ad hoc commi
EU Commission Asks Bulgaria to Implement Bank Recovery, Resolution Directive
The European Commission asked on Thursday Bulgaria and ten other member states to fully implement the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD).
BRRD is central to the EU's Banking Union, which was established to create a safer and sounder financial sector and ensure the stability of banking se
UK Set on Quitting EU if Reforms Are Not Effective
UK Foreign Secretary has stated that the UK might leave the EU unless the ''substantial package of reform'' is implemented effectively, as per the demand made by PM David Cameron.
"We we are very confident that over the course of the summer and perhaps onward through the winter we will be able to
Hull City release six players after relegation
Relegated Hull have released longest serving players Paul McShane and Liam Rosenior as they reshape their squad for life in the Sky Bet Championship.
Syria's al-Qaeda chief says no plans to attack the West
The leader of al-Qaeda's branch in Syria says they have no plans to attack the West and denies that the so-called Khorasan group exists.
Police investigation finds no online contact between Lindt Cafe siege gunman and Islamic State, inqu...
An in-depth investigation of all online communications by Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis has found no evidence that he had any contact with Islamic State, the coronial inquiry into the siege has heard.
Migrants turn Greek island into 'hellhole' says British daily
Migrants fleeing Syria and Afghanistan have turned the Aegean Island of Kos into a "disgusting hellhole," according to Britain's Daily Mail online edition.
South African officials deny wrongdoing in World Cup 2010 bidding process
Minister in the Presidency for South Africa, Jeff Radebe, insists that the country will soon be cleared of any wrongdoing regarding their 2010 World Cup bid.
Hull release Paul McShane and Steve Harper after relegation
Long-serving defender Paul McShane and veteran goalkeeper Steve Harper head the list of out-of-contract players released by relegated Hull City.
CNN answers your #FIFAQs: Why did U.S. go after FIFA?
World Sport's Don Riddell answer questions about the FBI's FIFA corruption probe submitted by CNN viewers via Twitter.
Will Sepp Blatter survive FIFA scandal?
Can FIFA's President survive the corruption scandal that has rocked football's governing body? CNN's Zain Asher has more.
Parents accused of medical abuse fighting to get son back
A local mother and father are fighting to get their son back after claims they lied about him having a terminal illness.
Former FIFA member Blazer's plea seems key to investigation
Former FIFA executive committee member Chuck Blazer appears to have provided key information that has been central to the Justice Department's soccer corruption investigation, linking other officials in the Americas to...
Force Touch Was Initially An iPhone 6s Plus Exclusive
Based on the rumors of Apple's next-gen iPhones, it seems that Force Touch will be one of the handsets' new features. However if you might recall, a report from last month suggested that Force Touch could be an exclusive iPhone 6s Plus feature. For those who would rather have the smaller iPhone 6s,
Police officer sacked after appearing in 'racist' photo posing with hunting rifle over black man wea...
Two former cops appear in the photo, which was branded 'shocking' by the police board that sacked one of them
Arsenal transfer verdict: How have Arsene Wenger's summer signings performed this season?
As the Gunners prepare to dip into the market once again, James McNicholas runs the rule over those who came in before the 2014/15 campaign
Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan honeymoon: Father-in-law and newlywed get all gushy over Twitter
Former TOWIE star Mark sent his new father-in-law a sweet message as he relaxed in the sun with his new bride
Heartbroken dad pays tribute to eight-year-old son Ciaran Williamson who was crushed to death by fal...
TRAGIC Ciaran Williamson was killed after a giant grave stone fell on top of him as he played with friends in Craigton Cemetery on Tuesday night.
How do I get Superfast Broadband? Read our handy guide
As Digital Scotland continues the roll-out of next generation Superfast Broadband across Scotland, we round up everything you need to know about how to make the switch, and how to get the best deal.
FIVE wonderkids Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool should watch at the U20 World Cup
EXPRESS SPORT looks at five players to watch at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup, which kicks off Saturday in New Zealand.
Fifa corruption live: Sponsors turn on football's governing body as Sepp Blatter goes into hiding
Here are the latest updates:• Visa threatens to pull funding from Fifa• Sepp Blatter misses three public appearance• Fifa president may still be investigated by prosecutors• Uefa says Fifa risks 'killing football'• How the FBI flipped its supergrass 'Mr 10%' Chuck Blazer• Who are the of
Fifa president Sepp Blatter skips third public appearance as sponsors threaten future after corrupti...
Fifa President Sepp Blatter has pulled out of a third scheduled public appearance since the arrest of seven Fifa executives at their Zurich hotel yesterday morning.
Raheem Sterling to Real Madrid: Rafael Benitez 'targeting Liverpool forward as first signing'
Rafael Benitez risks harming his reputation with Liverpool supporters by making a move for Raheem Sterling if he takes over as Real Madrid manager.
Fifa key sponsors Visa, adidas and Coca-Cola pile on pressure in wake of corruption scandal
Fifa's major sponsors have put pressure on the organisation in the wake of an unfolding corruption scandal, after the launch of two criminal probes and the arrest of nine Fifa officials.
Qatar 2022 World Cup: International footballers call on Qatari government and Fifa to stop 'modern d...
Five international footballers, including former Tottenham midfield David Ginola, have signed an open letter that demands Qatar ends its use of "modern day slavery" ahead of the World Cup 2022.
IS Commander Who Helped British Girls In Syria
A senior female commander from Islamic State has told Sky News she has no doubt that three London teenagers who crossed into Syria in February were groomed by a team of social media experts in Raqq
Survey Finds 73% Of Fresh Chickens Have Bug
Almost three-quarters of fresh shop-bought chickens have tested positive for the food poisoning bug campylobacter.
Queensland police just added two forensic drones to its arsenal
Criminals in Australia's sunshine state may soon have two new cops to worry about. Only these policemen don't require lunch breaks, and they can fly.
On Thursday, the Queensland Police, Fire and Emergency Services Minister Jo-Ann Miller announced the state's police force would be adding to its dron
U.S. military sent live anthrax to labs by accident
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it's investigating why live anthrax spores were sent to nine labs in the U.S. and one overseas.
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"At this time we do not suspect any risk to the general public," CDC spokeswoman Kathy Harben said on Wednesda
How to fix FIFA: Tear it down and start again
"This is not good, in terms of image."
And with that quote from the fabulously-named FIFA spokesman Walter DeGregorio, you have, ladies and gentleman, your first serious contender for understatement of the year
Not good in terms of image? The image of the World Cup organization, technically (and i