Stella Creasy has been praised for her bravery after speaking out about Parliament’s rules over maternity leave as she admitted feeling forced to choose between “being an MP and being a mum”.
It is the start of a crunch week in the Tory leadership contest.
The hostile environment which created the Windrush scandal was 70 years in the making – and may even be traced back to the attitudes of both the Labour and Conservative governments after the Second World War, according to a new documentary.
Outlander star Sam Heughan is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Stirling in recognition of his acting and charitable work.
A tech firm that offers insurance to gig economy workers like Deliveroo riders and Uber drivers has raised 42 million US dollars (£33 million) in funding, the company said.
Actress Maureen Lipman has criticised TV cookery shows for “pandering to” the nation’s obesity crisis by serving up “uncookable food”.
Glastonbury bosses try to prevent BBC cameras filming the late-night areas to give festival-goers privacy, organiser Emily Eavis has said.
Heathrow Airport is urging people to take part in a consultation about its expansion as bosses reveal their “preferred masterplan”.
Sick absence rates among council staff were at their highest since 1990, the local government auditor for Northern Ireland said.
A review of standards at Birmingham’s Winson Green prison has questioned an “inexplicable” failure to secure funding for scanners to prevent drugs being smuggled into the jail.