British police reportedly made the request to their Portuguese counterparts in a recent meeting between the two forces
The 18th century tiles will be on display for one night only
Deadlines and bills can knock most students down to breaking point. With little enjoyment left in life, money can serve as a comfort, going out and splurging cash on a fancy meal or a new outfit can provide a temporary solution. However, forking out for a long weekend on the slopes is a resort many have to turn to in the search for a less temporary solution to new years depression as a student. A high adrenaline holiday is enough to take anyone’s minds off of the stresses of student life.
The Conservative Party is facing calls to reopen its inquiry into a Nazi-themed stag party attended by Aidan Burley.
Road safety charities say the Hope and Champion offers ‘deadly temptation’
Consumer groups will be given a greater role in identifying and fixing "broken markets" under Labour plans
Brewer and pub owner Greene King today said it enjoyed its best-ever Christmas and New Year.
Actor Mark Rylance’s star turn in the show owes much to the time he spent with the man described as a 'village character'
As hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians demonstrate against plans for closer ties with Moscow, a hated symbol of Soviet rule is removed
The Rovers Return has gained an extra window, Four Your Fries Only has won a four star hygiene rating and Nick's Bistro has little to offer vegetarians
Survivors tell of the confusion and acts of selflessness on the night of the crash
Scottish emergency workers are still working through wreckage for survivors of a police helicopter crash onto the crowded Clutha bar in Glasgow that has killed at least one person and injured more than two dozen. These eye witness accounts describe the tragedy as it unfolded last night.
As with every Armistice Day since her birth on 11 November 1921, today’s commemoration of the end of the First World War – along with conflicts before and since – will be an occasion of both solemnity and celebration for Dorothy Ellis.
Middle-class demand for the superfood has cultivated mockery. But there's something more vital than pride at stake
Rugby must beware of following NFL initiation rituals that left one player in a mental facility
I haven’t really had any work done on my flat for a while. You just never get round to it do you? Which is a shame, because I used to enjoy having a man waddle around, improving things.