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The Labour Party has said a temporary rent freeze for three years would not be unconstitutional.
A loving mother was strangled to death with her baby in the same room by her partner, who then “fabricated” a story in an attempt to fool police, a court has heard.
Given that there is no known vaccine or treatment for the new outbreak of coronavirus, how can it be controlled and how would the UK handle any cases?
Environment Minister Zac Goldsmith said he wants to “unpick” the arguments of those in favour of trophy hunting during the consultation into outlawing imports.
Scientists believe they have come up with a formula for the perfect cup of coffee – it needs fewer beans which are ground more coarsely.
The Duchess of Cornwall has unveiled a “brilliant” set of stained glass windows at a children’s hospital featuring children’s author Roald Dahl’s famous characters.
A homeowner whose house is just metres from falling into the sea said she feels “totally abandoned” by the authorities, as councillors pledged to lobby the Government for more funding.
The leaders of the two main parties in the Irish General Election will go head to head in a television debate on Wednesday night.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal has overcome another hurdle after MPs overturned amendments made by defiant peers.
Violent criminals are stashing knives in parks and children’s play areas as stop and search is used more, a senior police officer has said.
The Duchess of Cambridge has admitted she would have welcomed extra support after giving birth to Prince George while she lived in rural North Wales.
A rescue mission has been launched after a British man disappeared during a violent storm in Ibiza.
The Government has promised the biggest cash boost for police “in a decade” as it announced its funding plans for the coming financial year.
All direct flights from coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China to Heathrow will be subjected to enhanced monitoring, the Government has announced.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are predicted to make millions when they quit royal life.
Lisa Nandy received the backing of former Labour leadership rival Jess Phillips as she made it onto the final ballot paper for the contest.
An aeroplane passenger photographed the Taal volcano eruption from his seat, describing the atmosphere on board as “fairly calm”.
Boris Johnson was accused of dodging questions as Jeremy Corbyn urged him to scrap the Government’s flagship welfare reform.
The family of Harry Dunn have pleaded with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to undertake an “urgent” review into road safety around US military bases after the teenager’s death.
Enhanced monitoring will be put in place for all direct flights from the area of China at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak to the UK, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has said.
Remarkable aerial photos have been released showing a blanket of fog covering the Severn crossing.
Lisa Nandy’s bid to win the Labour leadership race has received a fresh boost after former contender Jess Phillips said she was now backing her to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.
A solicitor has been ordered to pay £500 in compensation to a fashion designer he punched during an argument over a front row seat at an opera.
The Duchess of Cambridge has launched a landmark national survey about the early years development of children. Kate highlighted her ambitious project to ask “five big questions on the under-fives” with a tour taking in venues in Birmingham, Cardiff and Surrey.
Eight medical abortions were carried out in Northern Ireland last year.
Donald Trump will heap pressure on Boris Johnson to drop a tax on US tech giants, Washington indicated as the UK insisted it will implement the measure in April.
Elements of Margaret Thatcher’s approach to politics were allowed to continue under Tony Blair, Labour leadership contender Lisa Nandy has said.
The Duchess of Sussex visited an animal shelter while she was back in the UK earlier this month, according to a post on the SussexRoyal Instagram page.
As many as six prisoners die behind bars every week, research has suggested.
Travellers from the area of China at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak will be separated from other passengers on arrival at Heathrow Airport as UK health chiefs step up their response.