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Five-time Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton said he “chose the wrong words” when he referred to his hometown of Stevenage as “the slums” during Sunday’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year show.
Universal Credit could have potentially “disastrous” consequences for disabled people, a cross-party group of MPs has warned.
Uber is set to find out whether its appeal against a landmark “gig economy” ruling that its drivers are “workers” has been successful.
Exercise could be just as effective in lowering high blood pressure as prescribed medication, a study has said.
With exactly 100 days to go to the scheduled date of Brexit, leading voices on both sides of the debate have warned of crisis unless the correct path is found through the current uncertainty.
Preparations for a no-deal Brexit dominate the front pages on Wednesday.
Efforts to reduce the public’s salt intake amount to a “national tragedy”, campaigners said, as it emerged almost half of Government-set targets were missed.
Britain’s oldest surviving open-air swimming baths are set to be fully restored and reopened to the public.
A man has died after a shooting in north London.
An amateur photographer has been convicted of luring men to his home for photoshoots, then drugging and abusing them.
A man “blinded by unexplainable rage” who killed his friend when he drove his car at a crowd outside a club has been jailed for life.
The Government has set out its plans for the overhaul of the building regulations industry post-Grenfell, as campaigners vowed to prevent changes being watered down.
Thousands of troops are to be put on stand-by to help with potential disruption from a no-deal Brexit, it has been revealed.
A man who stabbed his father to death has been jailed for life with a minimum of 16 years.
An independent assessor from a legal background is to be appointed to advance a compensation campaign by victims of Libyan-sponsored IRA violence, politicians in Northern Ireland have said.
A handwritten letter in which King George III signals his intent to go to war with France and Napoleon is to be sold at auction.
Toilet charges will be scrapped at some of Britain’s busiest railway stations from April 1.
With just over 100 days to go until the UK is due to quit the European Union, the Government is stepping up planning for a no-deal Brexit.
The son of an Irish Second World War hero who spent a year travelling across Europe after escaping from a German prisoner of war camp has been given the medals his father never received.
A family were stunned to receive a sack of Christmas presents their late neighbour had left for their daughter – for the next 14 years.
A Tottenham Hotspur fan has been fined after throwing a banana skin at a black Arsenal footballer in a “targeted gesture” with a “racial element”.
Theresa May’s Cabinet has agreed to ramp up preparations for a no-deal Brexit, 101 days before the UK is due to leave the European Union.
A woman convicted of attempting to murder police in Northern Ireland is to face a retrial after the Appeal Court judges cast doubt on her pleas.
A major independent police probe into the Army’s notorious IRA agent Stakeknife is not a witch hunt against members of the security forces, the officer in charge said.
Theresa May will ramp up planning for a no-deal Brexit after Cabinet ministers agreed to make it an “operational priority” for the Government.
The Duchess of Sussex proudly showed off her growing baby bump when she met retired actors, directors and entertainers and said she was “feeling very pregnant”.
Yorkshire Tea has apologised after receiving complaints about “misbehaving” biodegradable tea bags which have left some customers stewing.
A fanatical neo-Nazi couple who named their baby son in honour of Hitler have been jailed for membership of a terrorist group.
The conviction of Freddie Scappaticci for possessing extreme pornography shows nobody is above the law, the officer leading the independent Stakeknife probe said.
A Tottenham fan has been fined after throwing a banana skin at a black Arsenal footballer in a “targeted gesture” which had a “racial element”.