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Ministers have reversed attempts to explicitly ban the state from authorising undercover agents to kill, torture or rape.
A teacher who could be banned from the classroom after being caught writing an anonymous gossip blog about his school has accused his former headmaster of being a “cheat” and “dishonest”.
The UK’s rollout of coronavirus vaccines will face “ups and downs” during its early phases, the Prime Minister has warned.
Lockdown “has worked”, the Government’s chief scientific adviser has said.
A DUP MP has faced criticism from parliamentary counterparts after linking the IRA with Catholicism.
Tougher border controls have been announced in a bid to protect the UK against the spread of new coronavirus variants.
The chief executive of regional newspaper giant JPI Media has been ousted, weeks after the company’s £10.2 million takeover.
Human rights laws have been “very beneficial” in improving standards even though some cases can be “irksome” and “costly” for the government, according to a former attorney general.
Lockdown measures will remain in place until at least March 8, Boris Johnson said as he earmarked that date to begin the reopening of England’s schools.
Victoria is the new favourite at the bookmakers for the name of Princess Eugenie’s baby.
A single mother who wants specialists to keep treating her brain-damaged daughter is taking her fight to the Court of Appeal.
Two energy companies which supply more than 400,000 homes have gone out of business, Ofgem announced on Wednesday.
Production at a vaccine site in Wales had to be stopped for hours while police and Army investigated a suspect package.
Protesters who have dug tunnels under a central London park in opposition to the HS2 rail development say they will not be coming out “anytime soon”.
An NHS nurse who has no memory of giving birth while in hospital and seriously ill with Covid-19 has met her baby daughter for the first time.
The Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has taken over responsibility as the flagship of the fleet.
Here is Wednesday’s update of the latest Covid-19 case rates for every local authority area in England.
Jeremy Corbyn’s bid to force Labour to disclose documents relating to his suspension from the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) ahead of potential legal action has been rejected by the High Court.
A construction company boss has been found guilty of murdering his wife after enlisting the help of a mystery female accomplice.
The UK has lifted its ban on the Boeing 737 Max aircraft due to “significant changes” following two deadly crashes, the Civil Aviation Authority has announced.
The European Union has demanded access to AstraZeneca vaccines manufactured in UK plants as the bloc’s row with the pharmaceutical giant over a shortage of doses intensified.
A Wales-wide easing of lockdown restrictions is unlikely until the end of February at the earliest, the country’s chief medical officer has said.
Up to seven inches (20cm) of snow is set to fall across parts of the UK in the coming days, along with a band of heavy rain which could lead to flooding, forecasters have said.
Boris Johnson has suggested the Scotch whisky industry could be in line for financial support in the forthcoming Budget.
An HS2 archaeological dig has uncovered one of the best persevered 16th century ornamental gardens ever discovered in England, rivalling those of Henry VIII’s Hampton Court Palace.
A Stormont minister has urged the EU to agree a common sense solution to problems with the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Production at a vaccine site in Wales has been stopped while police and Army investigate a suspect package.
The founder of a British-Sikh humanitarian charity has described its nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize as “humbling”.
The Doomsday Clock has remained at 100 seconds, staying the closest to midnight it has ever been for the second year running.
Older adults from ethnic minority groups, those with severe mental illness or learning disabilities, and those from deprived areas are less likely to have received a coronavirus vaccine, preliminary data suggests.