A man has been raped in a park in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
At least 13 migrant boats have landed off the Kent coast, Sky News understands.
More than 30 arrests have been made as thousands of Hells Angels bikers commemorate the club’s 50th anniversary in the UK.
Private renters are set to save hundreds of pounds as a new law banning letting fees comes into force in England.
A seven-year-old boy who fell off a rollercoaster at a Yorkshire theme park is in a critical condition.
British runner Jo Pavey has revealed Nike stopped her sponsorship money immediately when she told the sportswear company she was pregnant.
Three Britons have died after a light aircraft crashed near Dubai International Airport, authorities have said.
A relative of the late al Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden, featured in discussions about potential investors in Sheffield United football club.
It is being alleged that hundreds of children may have been abused by a suspected paedophile ring in County Fermanagh.
An alleged victim of a suspected paedophile ring in Northern Ireland says he believes “hundreds” of other children were abused.
Media figures including Greg Dyke and Carole Malone have spoken out about the cancellation of the “toxic” and “extreme” Jeremy Kyle Show.
Theresa May will set out the timetable for her departure following one final attempt to get her Brexit deal passed by MPs.
Cricketer Alex Hales has been withdrawn from all England squads for the international season, including the provisional World Cup squad, after a drug ban.
Five police officers are being investigated after the tips of a man’s fingers were severed when they were trapped under a toilet seat.
Firefighters have been dealing with a fire overnight at the forest that inspired Winnie the Pooh’s Hundred Acre Wood.
More UK holidaymakers have chosen destinations outside the European Union for their holidays this summer, according to new figures from Thomas Cook.
Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has been named the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) Player of the Year.
Facebook, Google, Snapchat and Instagram should develop technology that can identify and tackle harmful content, including that promoting suicide, Health Secretary Matt Hancock will say today.
Rape victims are being told they must hand over their mobile phones to police or risk prosecutions against their attackers being dropped.
Two people had to be rescued after the van they were in became submerged as they tried to cross a causeway at high tide.
A woman has been left with life-changing burns after a gas explosion destroyed a house in a small Devon town.
A police call handler has been praised for saving the life of a distressed woman while on her way home from work.
An RAF aircraft is to deliver 20 tonnes of UK aid supplies to countries devastated by Cyclone Idai.
Theresa May has days left in Downing Street amid a cabinet coup to oust her, according to several reports.
The number of people arrested for drink-driving has nearly halved in almost 10 years, figures obtained by Sky News reveal.
British murder suspect Shane O’Brien, who is on the “world’s most wanted” list, has been detained in Romania.
The distressing last words of a former air stewardess who died after being burgled have been released as police hunt the criminals involved.
A man has been charged after a crash between two cars and a bus which killed three people.
A third person has been charged with the murder of 17-year-old Jodie Chesney.
The RAF Tornado will fly for the final time today, bringing to an end four decades of distinguished operational history with the British armed forces.
Thomas Cook has apologised to a passenger after she was told she could be removed from her flight over “inappropriate” clothing.
A man has been arrested in Estonia over the murder of a French film-maker found buried in her garden in west London.
Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield will not be giving evidence at his trial for gross negligence manslaughter.
Three people have died and four others been taken to hospital after three vehicles collided between Aberdeen and Dundee.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 16-year-old boy was stabbed to death in Birmingham.
Three climbers have died and two have been injured after an avalanche on the UK’s tallest mountain, Ben Nevis.
Professor Stephen Hawking’s former nurse has been struck off the nursing register after a panel found she failed to provide him with appropriate care.
The life of Stephen Hawking has been commemorated on a new 50p coin.
Seventeen former British soldiers will find out today whether they are to be charged in relation to the Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry.
It is etched on the walls of Derry and on the minds of those old enough to remember: 30 January 1972.