Welfare payments have turned back the clock to the 1950s by allowing abusers to take control of family finances, an investigation by the Commons Work and Pensions Committee has shown.
Sometimes the easier the task is, the less likely it is to get done.
A Kirkcaldy man has been jailed after hitting his former partner on the head with a vodka bottle during a drunken fight.
Pope Francis has effectively stripped US clergyman Theodore McCarrick of his cardinal’s rank following allegations of sexual abuse including against an 11-year-old boy.
It’s already 2018, and yet futuristic things like flying cars and realistic robots still seem a long way off.
Legendary bike maker Harley Davidson has unveiled plans to launch an electric motorcycle next year along with a host of radical new models.
Apple’s trillion-dollar valuation, Amazon’s shrinking tax bill and a rise in interest rates are among the financially-flavoured, headline-grabbing stories on Friday’s front pages.
The international aid sector is guilty of “complacency verging on complicity” over its sex abuse scandal, a new report from a powerful Westminster committee has said.
Hundreds of miles of rivers and the landscapes around them will be protected and restored with a £10 million conservation project, the National Trust has said.
The Pope has accepted the resignation of an Australian archbishop convicted of covering up the sexual abuse of children by a priest.