For 111 years GB car stickers have been used to identify UK-registered vehicles in international traffic, but now the rules have changed.
There has been a dramatic rise in the number of drivers 'misfuelling' their cars since panic buying at the pumps started, says the AA.
Looking to make the petrol or diesel in your car last longer? Motoring experts say there is plenty drivers can do. Here's some top tips:
The UK's stock of fireworks is the latest item to be hit by supply issues, which may lead to less availability and higher prices.
Fraudsters pretending to be from the courts service are attempting to scam people out of money they're told they owe, say government officials.
The financial pressures on motorists continue as it is revealed the prices of some of our most popular cars are rising faster than wages.
Disability groups and celebrities are among those praising Cbeebies, which has chosen 20-year-old George Webster as their newest presenter.
The trend for buying dogs over the internet must stop, says The Kennel Club, which is concerned the habit shows no signs of stopping post-lockdown.
Social media users are being warned about fake free meal deals pretending to be from pub chain Wetherspoon.
The arrangements for Post Office card accounts is changing for those on benefits or collecting a state pension. Here's the latest:
Yobs are turning to baked beans in the latest criminal craze to hit the internet and Tik Tok, prompting warnings from police and to dog owners.
Check your purses and piggy banks - Britain's rarest 50p coins still in circulation have been revealed, and some are quite valuable.
Working families may be left struggling to pay for food and heating when Universal Credit is cut. But what is the reduction and why is it happening?
It's spider mating season and thousands of arachnids are on the move. Here's six ways to keep them at bay using things you've got at home.
Supermarket Sainsbury's has confirmed it will keep closed all stores on Boxing Day, including its Argos branches, to give staff a festive break.
People's desire to 'treat' their pets is partly to blame for the numbers of animals piling on the pounds in lockdown, says a leading animal charity.
Any attempt to push back migrant boats would endanger lives and be in breach of the law, say refugee groups, but the UK government disagrees.
Talking and coughing sounds are being collected by NHS scientists investigating whether they may indicate someone has caught Covid-19.
Children aged just four and five will now be able to join the Scout Association as it launches its first new group for 35 years.
One horse or pony is harmed deliberately on average each day during the summer months, according to the latest cruelty figures released by the RSPCA.