The rising Covid-19 problem at universities has been made worse by the Government’s “incompetence” over A-level results, the leader of the Liberal Democrats has said.
John Lennon’s killer has apologised to the singer’s widow, Yoko Ono, saying he thinks about the “despicable act” all the time and accepts he may spend the rest of his life behind bars.
More than two-thirds (68%) of pension holders do not know how sustainable their retirement pots are, research has found.
Two-thirds of 18 to 34-year-olds do not have adequate savings in place to deal with financial shocks, a survey has found.
The UK’s revenge porn helpline has dealt with more cases so far this year than it did during the whole of 2019, amid fears of a post-lockdown “new normal”.
Marketing supremo Sir Martin Sorrell has slammed the Government’s campaign to get people back to their offices, saying it has “itself to blame” as workers shun public transport over Covid-19 safety fears.
Sir Mick Jagger has a place in the British Museum’s new Tantra exhibition – but not thanks to his lothario reputation.
A singer-songwriter is setting up what is believed to be Scotland’s first record label for former prisoners.
Harry Dunn’s alleged killer has always been interested in, and remains willing to discuss the possibility of, a virtual trial in the UK, the PA news agency understands.
The family of Harry Dunn has filed a civil claim for damages against his alleged killer in the United States.
An early script from seminal Hollywood film The Godfather and a painting from Impressionist Pierre-August Renoir are among the items going under the hammer as part of an auction of famed movie producer Robert Evans’ estate.
The family of Harry Dunn has been invited to a meeting with the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) amid Government discussions about the possibility of a trial in the absence of the teenager’s alleged killer.
The number of people leaving donations to charities in their wills has jumped by 56% in the past 12 months compared with a year earlier, according to a legal services provider.
Police forces across the UK have suffered a 21% increase in assaults on their officers over the lockdown period.
The proportion of state school students starting at Cambridge University this autumn will reach a record high after the institution increased its intake as a result of the exams fiasco.
The family of Harry Dunn have withdrawn their intention to sue the US government in a bid to find a “resolution to the impasse”.
Sitting with her baby girl close beside her, Mussarrat is in her 30s and living in the UK while she waits for her asylum claim to be processed.
The boss of recruitment giant Hays has said there will be no “turning our back on the office”, and insisted employees will return to their workplaces once Covid-19 fears ease.
A family which hand-reared an orphan baby hare is continuing to receive visits from the animal weeks after she was released back into the wild.
Harry Dunn’s mother has marked the anniversary of her son’s death by saying his name is “forever written into history” – and vowed to carry on his family’s fight for justice.
John Lennon’s killer has been denied parole for an 11th time and will remain behind bars for at least another two years, a representative for the New York parole board told the PA news agency.
The Attorney General is considering the possibility of trying Harry Dunn’s alleged killer virtually or in her absence, the Lord Chancellor has said.
Julian Assange’s partner has visited him in prison for the first time in almost six months, and said he looked much thinner than last time she saw him.
The Duke of York’s accuser has claimed Andrew played a guessing game about her age when they first met and compared her to his daughters.
Speaking from an open space in the north of England, Jackson is a young man who has reached the UK after a harrowing journey from north Africa.
Cycling in Scotland increased for the fourth month in a row as the country entered phase three of its route map out of lockdown, according to new figures.
Nearly a quarter of households fear that returning to the office will put their finances under pressure after five months of working from home during lockdown, a survey has shown.
Diners’ club tastecard has unveiled shock plans to take on the might of Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat with a new takeaway delivery and collection service offering customers a permanent discount of at least 10%.
Any new unaccompanied migrant children arriving on small boats will now be left with Border Force after Kent County Council announced it has reached capacity.
Ed Sheeran’s first demo – love songs recorded at the age of 13 – is going under the hammer.