Articles by David Brennan
Too many students plunging into debts of £50,000 just to receive "paltry" salaries, according to chairman of Education Select Committee.
US President Donald Trump has caused anger in the UK by claiming that the NHS is "broke and not working".
The only surviving suspect of the 2015 Paris terror attacks has refused to cooperate with the court at a hearing in Brussels related to separate terror charges.
The Nunes Memo has been released by the House Intelligence Committee alleging abuse of power by the FBI over the investigation into collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Germany has granted asylum to four Turkish soldiers, one of whom is accused of being a leading figure in the failed July 2016 military coup.
Labour leader releases tax return and calls on Theresa May to do the same. She last revealed her tax in Tory leadership campaign.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says air force could use civilian airport on Kurile Islands, claimed by both Russia and Japan.
Brexit under-secretary Steve Baker has apologised to parliament for backing a "conspiracy theory" claiming that the civil service is attempting to stop Brexit.
The UN migration agency says that 90 people are feared drowned after a smuggler's boat carrying mostly Pakistani migrants capsized off Libya's coast.
New analysis of two letters, supposedly written by the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper, suggests that they may have been penned by journalists.
Around 900 miners are trapped in a South African gold mine following a power outage blamed on a thunderstorm which brought down electrical lines.
New figures from the ONS 2014-16 wealth in Great Britain survey show that growing UK household wealth is overwhelmingly weighted towards older and wealthier Britons.
Polish senate backs bill making it illegal to attribute crimes of Nazi Germany to Polish state or people.
Day Zero - the day when Cape Town, South Africa could be the world's first major city to run out of water - is approaching.
Ryanair will put a 'Brexit clause' into all tickets for summer 2019, in case a UK-EU deal on aviation is not agreed before the UK leaves the bloc.
Clare Lombardelli has become the first woman to be appointed chief economist to the UK Treasury.
Four tonnes of stolen oranges have been recovered by Spanish police in Seville after they pulled over two suspicious vehicles, bursting with the fruits.
Labour MP slams Tories and DUP for backwardness after they oppose cutting voting age in UK to 16. "Change cannot be resisted," she says
A post-Brexit intelligence-sharing agreement is vital to ensure British and European security, the former heads of MI6 and GCHQ have said.