Graduate jobs up but posts unfilled

Rising numbers of graduate jobs are expected to be available this year, but a "skills mismatch" means that many posts are going unfilled.

UK coal plants slammed on pollution

The UK has ranked joint first for the most polluting coal-fired power stations in Europe, a report has revealed.


Branson urges 'drugs war' rethink

Drug users should be treated with compassion rather than criminalised, Sir Richard Branson has said, as he called for a rethink of current ...

Schizophrenia genes 'breakthrough'

Scientists have made a breakthrough in their research into schizophrenia that could "open a window" to finding new treatments for the disease.

'Shortage' of secure unit places

A family court judge has warned of a "terrible national shortage" of places in secure units for dangerous youngsters.

Cheryl marks nuptials with party

She is thought to have had just four guests at her secret wedding - so it is no surprise Cheryl Cole wanted to celebrate her nuptials with a bigger ...

Mail shares dive on parcels warning

Royal Mail shares have fallen to their lowest level since their controversial privatisation last autumn after the group warned that aggressive ...

Crash victim 'pushed into road'

Detectives are investigating the possibility that a woman who was killed in a crash was deliberately pushed into the road.

Grieve in warning over human rights

Britain risks "serious international reputational damage" with a proposal to allow MPs a veto over rulings made by the European Court of Human ...