David Cameron has been told in private by Tory Eurosceptics that the Conservative party will split in half after the general election if he fails to renegotiate Britain's EU membership terms to a Common Market-style trade-only deal.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg will embark on intensive negotiations over the weekend to try to agree a fresh round of measures to tackle the threat posed by terror suspects in Britain.
Respect MP George Galloway was taken to hospital with a suspected broken jaw on Friday night after being attacked in the street.
The Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has spoken out against wearable technology, slating most smartwatches as no more than smartphone accessories that could be relegated to the same category as Bluetooth headsets.
The company behind hugely successful PC games service Steam is being sued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
After a falling out with his record label, a disappointing reception for his latest album, World Peace Is None Of Your Business, and a bout of poor health, Morrissey is finally on the up.
Dame Fortune smiled and my Kate Bush ticket turned out to be a winner. Recklessly purchased for the price of a colour-TV licence, it placed me at the final frontier 'twixt artist and audience, on the borderline between the mundane and the magical. The front row.
Malaysia Airlines is to slash its staff numbers by a third, cutting 6,000 jobs, after the airline suffered the two worst disasters in modern aviation only five months apart.
The scene is exciting but implausible.
In Manhattan’s chi-chi Sant Ambroeus restaurant, the pair of smartly dressed women at the next table are making not-so-surreptitious “eek” faces at each other, having clocked that their neighbour for lunch is Taylor Swift.
Mathew Knowles, the pop star’s former manager, says that the incident was a ‘Jedi mind trick’ staged to boost ticket and album sales for all parties involved
Scottish producer and DJ, known for work with Rihanna and Rita Ora as well as solo hits like Summer, tops the list for the second year, beating David Guetta and Avicii
The Australian tax commissioner has left open the possibility that the digital payment system bitcoin could be considered legal tender in Australia.
Bonuses paid out across the economy rose nearly 5% from last year to more than £40bn, which means they now make up the biggest proportion of workers' pay packages since before the economic downturn.
Apple will hold its highly anticipated iPhone 6 launch event on 9 September, the company has confirmed.
Google has become the latest tech giant to get into the drone business.
Claims that Ai Hin was faking pregnancy to get better treatment have been debunked by leading panda expert
The global insurance industry covered $21bn (£12.7bn) of losses from disasters in the first half of 2014 as fewer natural catastrophes kept claims below their long-term average.