London Fire Brigade Commissioner Dany Cotton is to step down earlier than expected in the wake of criticism over the service’s response to the Grenfell fire.
Dany Cotton was one of just 30 female firefighters when she joined the London Fire Brigade (LFB) at the age of 18 more than three decades ago.
Two remarkable frost fair keepsakes printed on presses set up on a frozen 18th century River Thames are to go under the hammer.
Travellers have suffered disruption across France for a second day as unions dig in for what they hope is a protracted strike against government plans to redesign the national retirement system.
Greta Thunberg has arrived in Madrid to join thousands of other young people in a march to demand world leaders take real action against climate change.
What is it?
It’s been more than four years since the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal broke, bringing with it a pivot towards eco-friendliness and sustainability within the group. Given the long production cycles that new vehicles require, it’s no surprise we’re only just starting to really see the fruits of that change.
If Jordon Brown gets a chance in Cove Rangers’ top-of-the-table clash against Edinburgh City tomorrow he’s determined to make the most of it.
A hero who sprayed the London Bridge terrorist with a fire extinguisher was a convicted killer and a close friend of victim Jack Merritt.
Phoenix Group has cemented itself as Europe’s biggest owner of life assurance funds closed to new customers with a £3.2 billion deal to buy up rival ReAssure.
North Korea has threatened to resume insults of President Donald Trump and consider him a “dotard” if he keeps using provocative language such as referring to its leader as “rocket man”.