Animal welfare campaigner Chris Packham has described the illegal killing of birds of prey as “out of control”, after another death in Scotland.
Senior Labour peers have offered to investigate allegations of anti-Semitism in the party, as they warned Jeremy Corbyn that without full openness it is “a cancer that will continue to grow”.
German defence minister Ursula von der Leyen has said she is resigning from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Cabinet to focus on becoming the next head of the European Commission, the top job in the European Union.
The sister of a teenager who went missing five months ago on her walk to work has pleaded with people to come forward with information to “end this nightmare”.
The directors of Lookers have bought up shares in the car dealership, a week after investor confidence was shaken by a profit warning.
More than 10,000 signatures have been collected in 48 hours against the liberalisation of Northern Ireland’s abortion laws, it has been claimed.
Warrington’s Sydney-born stand-off Blake Austin has moved a step closer to an England debut after being named in coach Wayne Bennett’s elite performance squad.
US financier Jeffrey Epstein will remain behind bars for now as a federal judge mulls whether to grant bail on charges he sexually abused underage girls.
Ben Stokes has barely had time to process his role in England’s unforgettable World Cup win but has already set his sights on sealing a historic double by reclaiming the Ashes.
The Ministry of Defence has announced new measures to tackle “unacceptable” levels of inappropriate behaviour in the armed forces which have been highlighted in a new report.