The Ministry of Defence “failed to address the risk” posed to soldiers deployed to Afghanistan by what is known as the Helmand group fevers, a court was told.
Police have arrested a “lookalike” of Friends star David Schwimmer, who failed to attend court before Christmas.
Gemma Collins’ clash with Dancing on Ice judge Jason Gardiner has sparked more than 80 complaints.
Kamala Harris, a first-term senator and former California attorney general known for her rigorous questioning of US President Donald Trump’s nominees, has entered the Democratic presidential race.
Theresa May’s efforts to find a Plan B for Brexit which might secure parliamentary support appear to be focusing on changes to the “backstop” arrangement.
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A soldier who died from suspected suicide in Northern Ireland was “feeling down” after the deaths of colleagues in Afghanistan, witness testimony before an inquest disclosed.
Eric Dier has told his Tottenham team-mates to cope with the absence of Harry Kane and the possible enforced rest for Dele Alli.
A document signed by Mary Queen of Scots which says surgeons should not have to bear arms in battle has been made public.
Designs have been unveiled for a new “world class concert hall” on the site of what is now a London roundabout.