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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.
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 pain-relieving drug could help halve the number of women needing epidurals during labour, a study has said.
Families were forced to evacuate their homes after a huge fire broke out at a mill in Rochdale.
Jeremy Corbyn continues to feature prominently on the front pages on Tuesday as the ongoing anti-Semitism row rumbles on.
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.
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.
A baby boy has been born amid queues of traffic caused by an overturned coach on the M25, 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.
Footage apparently showing Liverpool footballer Mo Salah using his mobile phone while driving has been referred to police by his club.
Black cab rapist John Worboys has reportedly been questioned by police over allegations of non-recent sexual assault.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has criticised Jeremy Corbyn over his presence at a ceremony where a wreath was laid in memory of Palestinians suspected of being behind the Munich Olympics massacre.
Forty-one people were left injured after a coach overturned on the M25 near Swanley in Kent.
Two armed men who threatened staff at a Starbucks were unwittingly met by police who were getting coffee in the drive-thru.
A coach has overturned on the M25, with firefighters working to free two people trapped in the vehicle.
Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba has won an appeal over the decision to strike her off after she was convicted of gross negligence manslaughter over the death of a six-year-old boy.
England cricketer Alex Hales may have been responsible for injuries caused to a man who was later knocked unconscious by team-mate Ben Stokes, the all-rounder’s defence barrister has claimed.
A number of people have been arrested in connection with the death of a British man in Ibiza, police said.
A paediatrician convicted of gross negligence manslaughter over the death of six-year-old Jack Adcock said she was “very pleased” after winning her bid to be reinstated to the medical register.
The state is controlling how the history of the Northern Ireland conflict is told, author Ed Moloney said.
The jurors in the trial of Ben Stokes and Ryan Ali at Bristol Crown Court have been told they will retire to consider their verdicts on Tuesday morning.
A shotgun was fired “recklessly” at least twice into a large crowd of people at a Manchester street party following the city’s Caribbean Carnival, police believe.
A model has been found guilty of killing his more successful fashion rival in a row over a girlfriend.
Jeremy Corbyn appeared to admit to being present at a wreath-laying ceremony for Palestinian activists suspected of being behind the Munich Olympics massacre.
There have been calls for the funding of the West Belfast Festival to be reviewed after footage emerged of pro-IRA chanting at one of its final events.
A young schoolgirl was battered to death with a table leg by her “mentally ill” great-uncle just hours after a hospital crisis team said it could not help him because he was “not a risk”, a court heard.