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The Government’s social housing “new deal” fails to commit a “single extra penny” toward constructing new homes needed by more than a million people, leading campaigners have warned.
The communications regulator has fined Royal Mail £50 million for a “serious breach” of competition law.
The most senior Roman Catholic cleric convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been ordered by an Australian court to serve his one-year sentence in home detention rather than jail.
More suspected criminals will have their fingerprints taken on the street in under a minute after Britain’s biggest police force developed its own scanning software.
Detectives investigating the suspected murder of a Russian businessman in London have released CCTV footage of a black van they wish to trace.
A firefighter has been killed battling the largest recorded blaze in California history – the sixth fatality in a matter of weeks.
A pain-relieving drug could help halve the number of women needing epidurals during labour, a study has said.
A UK-based artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicle firm has been given the green light to deploy data-gathering cars on the streets of London as part of plans to create a driverless car service.
Families were forced to evacuate their homes after a huge fire broke out at a mill in Manchester.
Jeremy Corbyn continues to feature prominently on the front pages on Tuesday as the ongoing anti-Semitism row rumbles on.
A rare form of cancer could be detected earlier by GPs using simple blood tests, a new study suggests.
More than a third of homes in Scotland do not meet public perceptions of good housing, a new survey suggests.
A charity has condemned a decision by health officials to reject a drug to treat a rare genetic disorder which can mean that affected children do not live to their their second birthday.
Rail fares are increasing twice as fast as wages, according to a new study ahead of passengers being hit by an expected 3.5% hike in the cost of travelling by train.
The number of mountain hares on moorlands in the eastern Scottish Highlands has fallen to less than 1% of the level recorded more than 60 years ago, according to a long-term study.
Mental health charities and social media influencers have created a digital magazine for Instagram designed to help students handle exam result stress.
Landlord league tables and greater powers for regulators are just some of the proposals announced as part of a social housing “new deal”.
A Legoland-inspired haven, a shed floating on skis and a black cab converted into an outdoor bedroom are among the unique structures hoping to be crowned Shed of the Year.
Jeremy Corbyn has clashed with the Israeli prime minister as a row escalated over the Labour leader’s presence at an event which included the honouring of a Palestinian suspected of involvement in the Munich Olympics massacre.
Poundland is launching its own £1 skincare range as the budget retailer looks to tap into what is tipped to be a £26.7 billion beauty market.
City regulators are launching a new campaign to tackle pension scams as alarming figures show that victims of fraud lost an average of £91,000 each in 2017.
Kenilworth Castle has been restored to its former glory – within the computer game Minecraft.
The perception that e-cigarettes are safe should be treated with caution, scientists have said as new research suggests vapour could harm lung cells.
A baby boy has been born amid queues of traffic caused by an overturned coach on the M25, police said.
A bride and groom began their married life together in dramatic fashion – by getting saved by police from a flood.
US stocks fell further on Monday as Turkey’s central bank was unable to stop a steep plunge in the nation’s currency.
A bus loaded with football fans has overturned on a major road in Ecuador, killing at least 12 people and injuring 30 others, police said.
Social media site Instagram was reportedly down earlier tonight.
The Government has distanced itself from calls for the UK to take in 141 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean by a Gibraltar-registered ship.
“So, what do you do for a living?” – the dreaded get-to-know-you question.