A former member made the claims in the latest episode of BBC’s Spotlight series on the Troubles.
Sunday’s front pages report the latest Brexit vote, with some expressing exasperation at the result.
Security forces and demonstrators clash in Santiago as protests over economic issues spread.
No 10 confirms the letter requesting an extension will be sent – but without Boris Johnson’s signature.
The company which provides the Premier League’s Video Assistant Referee technology has apologised to Tottenham and Watford fans after confusion during Saturday’s game.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dramatic initial impact at Manchester United has faded – so should the club keep with with him?
A teenager drowned in the Orange River as a group of Matric pupils had a party ahead of the start of their final exams, Eastern Cape police said on Saturday.
Don’t worry. All will be explained.
As it nears a year since the helicopter crash that tragically killed the club’s chairman, Leicester City and its fans come together on an emotional day.
Champions Manchester City narrow the gap on Premier League leaders Liverpool with victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
Eileen Elizabeth Pooe – a teacher, lecturer and head of North West University’s Department of Setswana – has become the Mahikeng campus’ first Setswana PhD since the department was establishment in 1980.
Members of the public confronted ministers near Parliament buildings.
Britain’s Andy Murray produces a fine comeback to beat Ugo Humbert and reach his first ATP final for two years at the European Open.
‘Miracle’ premature baby, who weighed 410g at birth, celebrates her ‘graduation’ from hospital after 83 days
Siphesihle Lambatha is less than three months old but has already proven herself to be a little fighter.
This week, NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir made history as they embarked on the first all-women space walk; the skeleton of Peale's Mastodon, excavated by Charles Willson Peale in 1801, is dissembled and returned to the United States of America where it will be exhibited on loan at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Also in the news, teams from across the world take part in...
No payment is required at any stage of the police’s recruitment application process, Gauteng police have said after two people were arrested this week on corruption charges.
The march in Glasgow was a show of support for those who have grown up in the care system.
Preview and match details as Wales take on France in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final match on Sunday in Oita.
Orlando Pirates made heavy weather of their passage to the last 8 of the Telkom Knockout, missing an avalanche of glaring chances before Thembinkosi Lorch broke the deadlock five minutes from time to eliminate Premier Soccer League (PSL) newcomers Stellebosch FC 1-0 at the Orlando Stadium on Saturday night.
Andrew Lomas scores an incredible late equaliser after 10 minutes of additional time in Potters Bar Town’s fourth round qualifying draw with Barnet
Haringey and Yeovil’s FA Cup fourth qualifying round match is abandoned after reports of racial abuse aimed at Haringey’s goalkeeper.