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A postal worker has spoken of a “frightening” dog attack he suffered as the Royal Mail launched a fresh appeal to reduce the number of incidents.
Facebook and Google lack effective controls to prevent fraudsters from posting scam adverts, according to a Which? investigation.
Around a dozen universities could be at risk of insolvency without a Government bailout amid the Covid-19 crisis, a new analysis suggests.
More than 24,000 jobs have already been lost at high street retailers in administration in the first half of 2020 after the coronavirus lockdown sparked the collapse of a raft of well-known brands.
An exotic tree frog was discovered in a bunch of bananas by supermarket staff after making a 5,000-mile trip from Colombia to south Wales.
The Government’s immediate focus must be “jobs, jobs jobs” but debt must also be falling by 2024, former advisers to five Tory prime ministers and chancellors have warned.
Ofsted will begin visiting schools and colleges as they reopen in September to “reassure” parents about their child’s return to education.
The Government’s inaction on food poverty is condemning many children to a life of ill health and costing the NHS billions, a committee report has found.
The First Minister of Wales has urged visitors to the country to behave safely and respectfully as restrictions on travel are lifted.
A group of UK charities has threatened to curb spending on social media engagement if platforms like Facebook do not tackle hate speech.
A foreign currency provider is offering “virus-free cash” to holidaymakers concerned about handling banknotes.
A Bentley driver saw his £167,000 supercar towed away after refusing to hand over his keys to police.
A large tree narrowly missed passing pedestrians when it fell on to a busy crossroads in Ealing, west London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge praised healthcare staff as they visited a hospital in Norfolk to mark the 72nd anniversary of the creation of the NHS.
A team GB sprinter has accused the Metropolitan Police of “racial profiling” after she and her partner were stopped and searched.
The UK’s social care system “needs a huge amount of work” and has been “broken for a long time”, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited a hospital in Norfolk to mark the NHS’s birthday.
People across the UK have come together to clap in celebration for key workers on the 72nd anniversary of the NHS.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has led a nationwide clap for key workers on the NHS’s 72nd anniversary, along with the woman who started the weekly Thursday night applause during the first 10 weeks of lockdown.
A woman has died after being stabbed at a hotel in south-east London.
The Metropolitan Police have said officers did nothing wrong on a stop and search after Olympic champion Linford Christie accused Scotland Yard of racism as two of his athletes were stopped.
Churches across England have reopened their doors for public Sunday services after more than three months of online worship during lockdown.
Police forces reported few arrests after pubs reopened in England for the first time since lockdown amid a warning from a senior officer that it was “crystal clear” drinkers could not sick to social distancing.
Street drinking in Dublin city centre jeopardises public health and presents a terrible image, publicans have warned.
Thousands of Covid-19 patients will take part in “world-leading” research about the long-term impacts of the virus, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced.
The NHS could have to deliver its “biggest ever” flu immunisation programme this winter as it prepares for a second wave of coronavirus, its chief executive warned.
A law proposing to abolish early release from prison of dangerous terrorism offenders in Northern Ireland offers no hope for reform, a watchdog said.
Lie detector tests could be employed to monitor terrorists released from prison under licence in Northern Ireland, a watchdog has said.
Terrorist offenders’ release from prison under licence in Northern Ireland should be supervised by someone unconnected to police, the terrorism laws reviewer said.
The Health Secretary has said he has “quite significant concerns” about employment practices at clothing factories in Leicester amid reports one paid its staff less than the minimum wage.