Cab firm in white driver service

A minicab company in the town at the centre of one of Britain's biggest grooming scandals is sending white drivers on request.

Tories forfeit 'Borodin donation'

The Conservative Party has forfeited a £28,000 donation made by a company reportedly linked to a Russian banker after the Electoral Commission found ...

Woolf position 'beyond the pale'

The head of the independent inquiry into historic child sex abuse is coming under growing pressure to stand down, as a lawyer representing victims ...

'Devo met' could boost productivity

Allowing cities to set their own tax, immigration and planning policies alongside "devo max" for Scotland could boost UK productivity by 5%, ...

Parties begin devolution talks

All-party talks aimed at reaching agreement on what new powers should be devolved to Scotland in the wake of the independence referendum get under ...

Ex-Co-op boss takes Superdry role

The Co-op boss who quit the mutual because it was ''ungovernable'' has taken on a new role running the Superdry fashion brand.

Shake-up as McDonald's sales slide

McDonald's chief executive has admitted the fast food chain has not been keeping up with the times and changes are in store for its US restaurants.

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Cab firm in white driver service

A minicab company in the town at the centre of one of Britain's biggest grooming scandals is sending white drivers on request.

Woman held in Syria terror raid

A 25-year-old woman was arrested today on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts in connection with Syria.

S Club 7 reunite for BBC appeal

Former chart-toppers S Club 7 are to reunite in full for the first time in more than a decade to take part in this year's BBC Children In Need appeal.

Archbishop 'ashamed' at child abuse

The Archbishop of York has said he is "deeply ashamed" that the Church of England failed to ensure children were not abused by a former cathedral ...

Record August for Eurotunnel

A record-breaking August for shuttle traffic helped Channel Tunnel company Eurotunnel to increased revenues over the summer.

Boy, 16, admits bike row murder

A 16-year-old accused of stabbing another boy to death in a row over the sale of a £90 bicycle has pleaded guilty to murder on the second day of his ...

Read song row 'synthetic outrage'

Ukip blamed "synthetic outrage" for DJ Mike Read's decision to withdraw his Calypso song from sale - accusing "right on" critics of depriving a ...