UK hostage appears in new IS video

Islamic extremists have released another propaganda video appearing to feature British hostage John Cantlie.

Osborne pledge over tax loophole

Chancellor George Osborne has pledged to shut down a loophole known as the "double Irish" arrangement which allows multinational companies to lower ...

Children victims of revenge porn

Children as young as 11 have been victims of revenge pornography, with their perpetrators often evading justice due to loopholes in the law, new ...

Force under fire over young in care

The under-fire police force at the centre of the Rotherham child abuse scandal has faced fresh criticism from inspectors over how well it deals with ...

UK hostage appears in new IS video

Islamic extremists have released another propaganda video appearing to feature British hostage John Cantlie.

Fall in profits expected at Wonga

Controversial payday lender Wonga is expected to report a sharp fall in profits when it publishes its full-year results today.

Employers 'rely on migrant workers'

Firms employing migrant workers from the European Union are more likely to have enjoyed business growth in the past two years, according to a new ...

UK

'Gate warning' officer at inquest

A senior police officer who asked for exit gates to be opened at the fateful 1989 FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough will give evidence today at the ...

'I pray Lynda sees Christmas'

The husband of actress Lynda Bellingham said losing her will "create the biggest hole in my life", as he comes to terms with her decision to end ...

Judge to rule on life-support boy

A High Court judge is today due to decide whether a little boy with brain damage should be taken off a life-support machine.

TV Holly names new baby boy Chester

Holly Willoughby has given birth to her third child - a boy named Chester.

Some GP practices 'causing concern'

Around 160 GP practices across England could be a "cause for concern", health regulators have warned.

Bake Off contestants ready for semi

The Great British Bake Off contestant Richard Burr has revealed that he only agreed to apply for the hit show because he had a hangover.

World wildlife 'halved in 40 years'

Wildlife populations around the world have more than halved in just four decades in the face of unsustainable human consumption, a report has warned.