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The British power grid has seen a new record of more than three days without coal, smashing the previous record just days after it was set, National Grid has said.
A transgender beautician has been locked up for attacking a constable weeks after she avoided jail for pushing an off-duty police officer onto the Tube track.
The floral smocked dress worn by Princess Charlotte as she went to meet her new baby brother has sold out online.
The birth of the new royal baby has been marked in the time-honoured way with a gun salute in London’s Hyde Park.
The family of a British man whose body was recovered from a river after he went missing on his brother’s stag weekend in Hamburg have described his death as a tragic accident.
Meghan Markle’s hands-on approach to her big day has been revealed by a cellist who said the actress rang and asked him to play at her wedding.
The future of the House of Lords could be in doubt as peers are “playing with fire” by trying to thwart Brexit, Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned.
A police chief constable’s bid to have his gross misconduct hearing thrown out has been dismissed.
A young Premier League star has admitted affray after a melee involving him, his mother and friends erupted with a separate group in a nightclub’s VIP area.
A retired Appeal Court judge is to lead a major review into how serious sexual crimes are handled by the judicial system.
The parents of a 23-month-old boy who has been at the centre of a life-support treatment battle are to again ask a High Court judge to let the youngster travel to an Italian hospital, a campaign group helping the couple says.
Schoolchildren were left giggling after the “Crapita” nickname of a key Government contractor was aired in Parliament, amid calls for it to hand back army recruitment.
Hundreds of mourners have gathered to remember eight-year-old Mylee Billingham as a fun-loving youngster who lived life to the full.
The Universities Minister has vowed to “focus laser-like” on the issue of vice-chancellors’ pay as the row over the value for money major institutions provide for students continues.
A senior BBC editor has told a High Court judge that he has no concerns about the broadcasting of images taken from a helicopter during coverage of a police search of Sir Cliff Richard’s home nearly four years ago.
Police have apologised after a watchdog found officers did not thoroughly search the garage where a man was found dead a month after disappearing.
MPs have been told the Government could support creating a specific offence to deal with upskirting.
The Windrush scandal has exposed one of the “cruellest examples of unaccountable state power targeting the vulnerable”, MPs heard, as ministers faced fresh calls to provide legal aid to victims.
A former prisons chief has warned that running jails unsafely is a “crime” in a scathing critique on the state of the service.
Suffragist Millicent Fawcett has been honoured in Parliament Square in London – the first female figure to be recognised in the public outside the Palace of Westminster.
Families in Northern Ireland spend four times as much money on so-called “treat” foods than fruit and vegetables, according to new data.
The Home Office is facing fresh anger over the Windrush scandal after “heartbreaking” new cases emerged.
Punters have been racing to place bets on the possible name of the royal baby boy, with James and Henry catching favourite Arthur.
Swedish furniture retailer Ikea has announced that one of its gas hobs sold in the UK must be repaired because its carbon monoxide (CO) emissions are above EU-allowed limits.
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of a Glasgow woman who disappeared two months ago, police said.
The first statue of a woman in Parliament Square has been unveiled at a ceremony in Westminster.
The Brexit department has apologised after David Davis made a surprise visit to the Irish border.
The Prince of Wales has spoken of his delight at the birth of his latest grandchild, joking “the only trouble is I don’t know how I am going to keep up with them”.
Jeremy Corbyn said he would tell Jewish community leaders he has an “absolute determination” to ensure there is no anti-Semitism in Labour.
A High Court judge is preparing to consider further issues in the case of a 23-month-old boy who has been at the centre of a life-support treatment battle.