A credit reference agency that failed to protect the details of 15 million people in the UK during a cyber attack has been fined £500,000.
The couple who became unwell in Salisbury, sparking fears they could have been poisoned by novichok, have been discharged from hospital.
Prison violence is “likely to get worse before it gets better”, serving inmates have told Sky News.
Two people have been killed after Storm Ali swept through the UK with severe gales and heavy rainfall.
The Met Office has warned of a “danger to life” as Storm Ali brings winds up to 80mph to parts of the UK today.
The happiness of girls and young women in Britain has declined in the last 10 years, new research has revealed.
Noel Edmonds has branded the Archbishop of Canterbury a “reincarnation of evil” for failing to meet HBOS fraud victims and investing in Lloyds Banking Group.
The father of a Telford grooming victim says he has asked far-right groups not to use images of his daughter to promote Islamophobia.
A woman who pretended to have a daughter who was seriously injured in the Manchester Arena attack in order to get money has been jailed.
A court has ruled that an 80-year-old bus driver was driving dangerously when he caused the deaths of a pedestrian and a seven-year-old boy.
‘Drinks spiking’ has more than doubled in three years, according to figures from UK police forces.
The widow of an army reservist who died after a training march in the Brecon Beacons has said the army’s response been “beyond unacceptable”.
Sensitive details of a Russian millionaire’s possible links to British spies before his death must be kept secret, a judge has said.
Albert Dryden, who shot a council worker dead in front of TV cameras, has died following his release from prison.
Storm Ali is set to pummel much of the North and West tomorrow, bringing the threat of damaging 85mph gusts and travel disruption.
Werner Lachs arrived in the UK from Germany as a boy just months before the Second World War broke out.
The UK and France have reached a peace deal over the scallop wars between the two countries’ fishing fleets.
The Duchess of Sussex has launched her first solo charity project – a cookery book for Grenfell.
Seven people were taken to hospital, one critically injured, after a brawl in Luton.
There is “nothing to suggest” novichok is the substance that has led to two people falling ill at a restaurant in Salisbury, police have said.
A dead man’s ashes have been stolen after two men conned their way into an 83-year-old widow’s home, the Met Police have said.
Elizabeth Hurley has reportedly received a payout from Amazon after her dog was run over by a delivery driver’s van.
Organisers of a controversial dwarf wrestling event are suing some venues which backed out of hosting the show, according to reports.
More than 20 people, including children, have been rescued from a rollercoaster that broke down 50ft (15m) in the air.
The former Never Mind The Buzzcocks host Mark Lamarr has been charged with common assault and false imprisonment.
A sculpture that aims to draw attention to mental health stigma will be unveiled on London’s South Bank on Saturday.
A woman has died after a lorry that had been “involved in a crime” crashed into the side of a house.
More than 100,000 members of the public applied to attend Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s big day, Buckingham Palace has said.
A “horrific” 999 call from a hysterical man confessing he had “just stabbed the missus” has been released by police.
A teenager has been jailed for life after murdering his stepmother with a samurai sword and an axe.
A strike by prison officers which triggered delays at courts across the country has been called off after “constructive dialogue” addressed union concerns.
Knives, alcohol and tobacco are being sold to children as young as 13 by some shops in London, it has been revealed.
Criminals who attack emergency service workers could get double the jail time under a new law to clamp down on violence.
Another patient may have drunk cleaning fluid in the same hospital where a pensioner died after consuming Flash, an inquest heard.
Virgin Trains founder Richard Branson has been mocked by passengers after he said on Twitter his pet hate was people turning up late.
A British man shot dead by police near Malaga has been identified as convicted robber Sean Hercules.
The daughter of a British couple who died in Egypt has said she does not believe E.coli caused their deaths.
A new law will double the maximum jail sentence for assaulting an emergency worker from six to 12 months.
Tottenham Hotspurs’ captain Hugo Lloris has been fined £50,000 and banned from driving for 20 months after admitting drink-driving.