Articles by David Brennan
He made his fortune in strawberry farming and the millionaire's populist style has been compared to that of Donald Trump.
A passenger jet carrying more than 270 people was forced into a 30,000ft emergency descent after a failure in cabin pressure, a report has found.
The latest poll of voting intentions shows Theresa May's Conservative Party holding a four-point lead over Jeremy Corbyn's Labour, despite Tory infighting over Brexit.
Senior EU figures do not believe the UK will be ready to leave the EU by the end of 2020 and expect a far more drawn out Brexit process.
Ministers have been criticised for the continued delay of a position paper on the future of UK's financial services sector after Brexit.
US President Donald Trump's paid parental leave plan would penalise poorer parents with larger families and force parents to delay their social security retirement payments.
A group of British citizens living in the Netherlands hoping to retain their EU citizenship despite Brexit have won the right to take their case to the European Court of Justice.
Prime minister will not commit to excluding lucrative NHS contracts from hands of US corporations. Vince Cable urges "absolute guarantee" of protection.
Soldiers drafted in to replace sick security guards as complaints mount about food hygiene and officials struggle to contain outbreak of norovirus
Nato is considering a renewed commitment to a long-term training mission in Iraq as the US puts pressure on its European allies to help hold the country against Isis militants.
US President Donald Trump has ordered the Pentagon to plan a Washington DC military parade prompting critics to brand him a "wannabe banana republic strongman".
A 22-year-old man fell 50 feet to his death while trying to take a photo atop a luxury Manchester hotel in abject weather conditions.
Deadly cladding will not be removed from a privately owned Croydon complex until costs paid by residents or government.
Cross-party group of seven Scottish politicians fail in attempt to ask European Court of Justice to rule on whether UK could unilaterally abandon Brexit.
Washington and Pyongyang swap nuclear warnings again as they accuse each other of ratcheting up tensions on Korean peninsula.
Cambridge University has acknowledged a "significant" sexual misconduct problem after it received 173 anonymous complaints in nine months.
Former minister and Tory MP Anna Soubry has urged the PM to stand up to hard Brexiteers and kick them out of the Conservative party.
Private firms carrying out controversial disability assessments have been given a £40m increase in funding, despite concerns over the system.
Oklahoma may soon be added to a list of states that give the option of chemical castration as punishment for sex offenders.
US President Donald Trump has tweeted that any congressional immigration plan that does not include funding for his border wall is "a total waste of time".