Judge says he was culpable of 'a prolonged, persistent and deliberate course of very bad driving'
Finding fuel is 'extremely difficult' in parts of the country
He is the first serving US President to visit the Japanese city
Attaporn Boonmakchuay lost a lot of blood during the ordeal, but doctors said he would recover
Mr Salmond was appearing on the first major TV debate of the EU referendum campaign
The awkward encounter took place on the BBC's Question Time programme
'What are we supposed to do? I do not have a problem admitting I have no idea what to and I blame you lot entirely for that'
Two people are feared to have been killed and two others are missing - including a British national
It’s official. Donald Trump is the Republican presidential nominee – now he’s got to pick a running mate.
At least five people have died and hundreds rescued
The Office for National Statistics data is likely to spark fierce debate among Brexit campaigners
Apologising simply isn't something the United States does, nor do many other countries
Witnesses say T.I. was not onstage when the shots were fired
Mr Johnson compared efforts to unify the EU to 'tragic' policies by Napoleon and Hitler earlier this month
Graphic video shows extraction of old cotton bud
Young peolpe are portrayed as ‘workin, earnin, shoppin, ravin, chattin'
Dozens of cars were buried in the hole after a pipe burst underground
Britain Stronger In Europe tasked the agency Venturethree with coming up with the “#votin” campaign
The Mayor of London said he was more concerned that constructed homes ended up affordable
M&S shares plummet 7.8%, the biggest drop in seven years
Authorities responded to the violence by firing pepper spray
Former PM offers no apology for the intervention in Iraq just weeks before the publication of the long-awaited Chilcot Report into the war, and suggests the West should be prepared to put boots on the ground in the Middle East again if it wants to defeat Isis
The Conservative MP gave the Governor the most courteous of thrashings over the Bank of England's intervention in the Brexit debate
People are being taken to a new organised camp in the city of Thessaloniki in the north of Greece
If elected Norbert Hofer would become the EU’s first far-right head of state
A floating cemetery has been created in memory of thousands of Syrian refugees that have drowned on their perilous journey across the Mediterranean Sea
Vote Leave however said the Treasury was 'deeply biased'
The President is on a trip to the Southeast Asian country with aims of developing ties between the two nations
'This is a xenophobic attack from a leave campaign that knows it is losing the debate'
Florida’s Saltwater Brewery uses materials left over from the beer making process
Police released the footage in the hope of identifying the suspect
Speculation has been rife as to why Jeremy Corbyn ignored David Cameron's small talk
Police have released footage of the incident after the suspect was jailed for 12 years
Protesters climb the museum's neo-classical columns and unfurl banners, to highlight "stunning irony" of the oil giant's support for 'Sunken Cities' exhibition
The former president has always denied the allegation made more than 15 years ago
Manufacturer says aircraft 'was lost' at around 2.30am local time during its scheduled flight from Paris to Cairo
The cause of the plane's disappearance from radar is unknown
There were believed to be 56 passengers on board - including a British national
The former Tory described two senior female AMs as the 'political concubines' of First Minister Carwyn Jones
The extent of damage or casualties is currently unclear
Almost 100 firefighters were sent to tackle the blaze in Shadwell
The proposed legislation aims at reintroducing a measure of One Nation conservatism into the goverment's policies, but some measures have been met with controversy
The Zika virus may spread into Europe this summer as the weather gets warmer, health officials have warned.
The National Trust is looking for a 'farming hero' with a 'passion for nature, people and a lot of sheep'
Lois Buch has gone public after discovering her maternal grandfather was also her biological father
Heavy rains also caused extensive flooding
A man has been sentenced to nine years in prison
The cargo was in good condition despite being lost for over 1,600 years
The Prime Minister's claims come hot on the heels of Boris Johnson's controversial comparison between Brussels and Hitler
The 362-metre-long ship has 23 swimming pools, the deepest pool at sea, robot bartenders and a living park in the centre of the ship
Scare tactics used by both sides of the referendum campaign have "brought out the worst in Westminster politics", Labour's John McDonnell will say.
The campaigners created a poster measuring 8,115 square metres
The haul is believed to be one of the largest seizures made in the country in recent years
Mr Trump also labelled Sadiq Khan 'very rude'
Around 16 people, including children, were transported to hospital, with one person treated at the scene
Ukip leader welcomes Trump's comments on the EU referendum
'Oh gawd… I dunno...'
Students have been blacklisted and are set to appear at police inquiry
Mustafa Amine Badreddine was supervising the Shia militant group's involvement in the Syrian civil war
International body is latest to highlight economic damage leaving the EU would inflict on Britain, citing falls in house prices and shares and a possible "technical recession"
Five countries to join Britain in setting up fully public registers of company owners, but critics claim David Cameron’s ‘failure’ to crack down on UK-linked tax havens has overshadowed his international conference
International Olympic Committee downplays effect political turmoil will have on Rio games
Reforms will make it easier for employers to terminate long-term contracts if their businesses are struggling
People always hate new things, especially if they are somewhere as personal as on your phone’s home screen – but Instagram might have gone too far this time
Mr Crabb said the Government would adopt 'smart strategies' for reducing expenditure
Daljinder Kaur underwent two years of treatment and conceived using donor eggs
Comments come hours after Prime Minister is filmed telling the monarch that Afghanistan and Nigeria are 'fantastically corrupt'
The Vermont senator comfortably beat Hillary Clinton, while Donald Trump kept marching along
Senate session begins after acting speaker of Congress' lower house, Waldir Maranhao, reverses decision that would have blocked a key vote in the impeachment process
'We've got the leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain'