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A former DUP minister who broke ranks to accuse party figures of wrongdoing over Stormont’s botched green energy scheme has been demonised for telling the truth, his lawyer has claimed.
Black people are more likely to have force used against them by police, especially with firearms and Tasers, the first national statistics on the issue have shown.
A former Cambridge University rugby player who sexually assaulted a fellow student in her college room has been jailed for 15 months.
A tax returns company has been fined £200,000 for sending 14.8 million spam texts.
Households on an income of £15,000 a year will only be 49p better off as a result of tax changes made by the Scottish Government, the Tories have claimed.
Theresa May has confirmed she will not lead the Conservative Party into the next general election.
A serial fraudster who built his own bespoke device to help him defraud hundreds of people of an estimated £500,000 has been jailed for nearly two years, police said.
Theresa May has played down the prospects of an “immediate breakthrough” on the so-called Northern Ireland backstop in talks with EU leaders.
A paedophile police constable with an “insatiable appetite” for preying on young girls has been jailed for 25 years.
A 58-year-old woman is recovering after being attacked and bundled into the boot of her own car.
CCTV footage showing the moment a suspected stolen car reversed into a police officer has been released as part of an appeal for information.
A review into a major blunder in the breast cancer screening programme which meant thousands of women were not invited to final screenings has found that the announcement was made following advice based on an incomplete understanding of what had happened.
The number of criminals being caught with knives or dangerous weapons is at the highest level since the start of the decade, new figures show.
Theresa May has embarked on a fresh round of Brexit diplomacy after emerging from a confidence vote of Tory MPs bloodied and bruised but victorious.
A Tory MP has said he was “taking the p*** out of Dennis Skinner” after attempting a northern accent when asking a Commons question.
More than 250 people were forced to wait 12 hours or more to be admitted, transferred or discharged at accident and emergency departments last month, the latest figures show.
Thousands of children and teenagers have been flagged up to authorities over terror concerns, official figures reveal.
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox “will consider” publishing his legal advice on Theresa May’s revised Brexit deal.
Workers on South Western Railway are to stage two fresh strikes, including on New Year’s Eve, in the bitter dispute over guards on trains.
Vicious feuding within the Conservative Party has continued despite Theresa May’s victory in Wednesday’s vote on her leadership and her call for politicians to “come together” in the national interest.
The number of primary school pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths has risen again, official figures show.
The Prime Minister may have rebuffed attempts to oust her, but Tory in-fighting over Europe has continued unabated.
The number of homicides in London so far in 2018 is the highest in a calendar year this decade as mayor Sadiq Khan has been told “drastic action” is needed on violent crime in the capital.
The mother of a baby boy who stopped breathing for five minutes after birth has praised the “amazing” medical teams who helped save her son’s life.
A dramatic day in Westminster has given Thursday’s newspapers plenty to talk about as Prime Minister Theresa May survived a vote of no confidence.
Theresa May’s premiership rested in the hands of her own MPs after a no confidence vote was called on Wednesday. After two hours of voting, and many more hours of lobbying before the vote, Mrs May won by 200 votes to 117.
Leave and Remain have been the two threads running through British politics for a number of years and it was a similar case on Wednesday with Theresa May facing a no-confidence vote.
Theresa May heads to Brussels on Thursday seeking fresh concessions for her Brexit deal after emerging from a confidence vote by Tory MPs bloodied and bruised but victorious.
Older people are 50% more likely to visit A&E if they live alone than if they live with someone else, a study has found.
The number of mentally-ill children treated in non-specialist wards in Scotland has risen, latest figures show.