The high-profile architect of a steel and glass bridge in Venice that has been plagued with problems ever since it was built a decade ago has been fined €78,000 (£72,000) by an Italian court. The sweeping
Motorists could challenge convictions for driving while using their phones after man has case overturned
Motorists could challenge their convictions for driving while using their phone after a man has had his case overturned after he filmed a road collision. Builder Ramsey Barreto was convicted of driving
The RAF has set out plans that could see the production of hypersonic planes flying at more than 3000mph. The Ministry of Defence has announced it is investing £10 million to develop new hypersonic engines
Princess Haya, Wife of Dubai's Ruler Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum, Is Reportedly Seeking Protection in London
Princess Haya Bint al Hussein, the sixth wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the billionaire ruler of Dubai, is said to be seeking refuge in London after reportedly leaving her husband and Dubai.
The billionaire ruler of Dubai is battling his wife for custody of their two children in a London court, in what is set to be one of the most expensive and fiercely contested such cases in UK history.
Drivers no longer require a hard shoulder, the government agency which operates the UK’s major roads has said, amid criticism of the shift to smart motorways. Matt Pates, who manages the East Midlands
The woman at the centre of Spain's notorious 'Wolf Pack' case has spoken out publicly for the first time after the country's Supreme Court found her five attackers guilty of rape. The unnamed victim fought
Laurence Rees reviews Promise Me You'll Shoot Yourself by by Florian Huber, translated by Imogen Taylor If you’re German, it can be hard to discuss the war. The legacy of the Holocaust is so atrocious