Impress, the first officially recognised UK press regulator, is funded from his "family money" according to its backer, Max Mosley.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn thinks Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil gets paid a bit too much and has asked him to make do with what he's got.
The UK could change its economic model if denied access to EU markets, Chancellor Philip Hammond says.
The family of a woman who fought a long battle against Multiple Sclerosis release a harrowing set of images to support the campaign for the "right to die".
Denial is a film about the renegade British historian David Irving, accused of denying the Holocaust.
Jeremy Corbyn says that comments by the chancellor that corporation tax could be cut could be a "recipe for a trade war with Europe."
The Northern Ireland secretary of state has said he is not contemplating any alternatives to devolved government in Northern Ireland.
Prince Charles co-authors a book on the challenges and possible solutions to climate change.
A lamb born weak and thin without its own wool coat is now so podgy he has been placed on a special diet.
A Gwynedd choir which reached the final of the Britain's Got Talent TV show is performing at New York's Carnegie Hall.
The show's creators have urged fans not to share the episode ahead of it airing on TV on Sunday.
A parliamentary inquiry begins after concerns Westminster repairs may not be value for money.
Theresa May's upcoming speech is expected to give the most detailed insight yet into the government's negotiation strategy.
The concept of self-storage is relatively new to Scotland but it seems to be catching on. So what do people use storage centres for?
The number of pollution zones in Scotland rises, according to Friends of the Earth Scotland.
How lemons are helping to explain what breast cancer can feel and look like.
The National Archives has made available early photos of Oxford Castle's inmates, many of whom were children.
A council introduced the measures to tackle dog fouling, but its effectiveness has been questioned.
Pioneering scientist and programmer Joyce Wheeler looks back on her time spent using Edsac - one of the first modern computers
The officers fought through smoke to extinguish the fire before rescuing the family of four.