Raab rebukes Parole Board for plan to free mother of Baby P
Dominic Raab has launched a scathing attack on the Parole Board after it rejected his appeal against the decision to free the mother of Baby P, who died after months of abuse.
Peak time? Surveyor says he has found a new mountain
A hillwalker, surveyor and mapmaker has pinpointed what he believes is a new mountain in north Wales that has been created by quarrying.
Vegan diets may help control type 2 diabetes
Vegan diets can help people who are overweight or have type 2 diabetes to lose weight and lower their blood sugar levels, research suggests.
Depp ‘hit rock bottom' from drug and alcohol use, Heard tells court
Johnny Depp surrounded himself with an entourage of enablers to shield him from the consequences of his drug and alcohol use, his ex-wife Amber Heard told a US courtroom yesterday.
Strictly star to read CBeebies bedtime story in sign language
Rose Ayling-Ellis, the actor and Strictly Come Dancing champion, is to become the first celebrity to use British Sign Language to read a CBeebies bedtime story.
Family plea for geologist at risk of execution for 'smuggling' of Iraq pottery
The family of a British man who has been detained in Iraq for more than six weeks and faces execution for collecting fragments of pottery at an ancient site, has accused British ministers of abandoning him, and expressed concern over the conditions he is being held in.
Man fights to use last embryo for surrogacy after death of his wife
A man whose wife died while pregnant with twins after fertility treatment is fighting for the right to use their last remaining embryo to try to have a baby with a surrogate, in a groundbreaking legal case.
Bank raises interest rates and warns inflation will hit 10%
Government urged to announce more help for struggling households
Putin's girlfriend EU plans to put former gymnast on sanctions list
Sanctions Patriarch and Putin 'girlfriend' on asset freeze list
‘Do Something': Pro-Choice Activists Demand Democrat Action To Defend Roe V Wade
“Do something, Democrats,” the crowd chanted at one point.
Weapons - Moscow Targets Build-Up Of Western Arms Supplies
Russia is stepping up airstrikes on key Ukrainian supply lines that are delivering worth of western arms to the country.
Maradona's 'Hand Of God' Shirt Nets A Record £7.1m At Auction
The football shirt worn by Diego Maradona when he scored two momentous goals to knock England out of the 1986 World Cup, including the notorious "Hand of God” incident, has sold for a record breaking £7.1m at auction.
Piers Morgan's Ratings Plunge As Talk TV Struggles To Win Viewers
Murdoch's Talk TV television channel has been rated as having "zero viewers” during primetime broadcasts, as the new television channel struggles to attract an audience despite signing up Piers Morgan as a presenter.
EU Officials Taught Meditation To Tackle Despair Over Climate Crisis
Social affairs correspondent Brussels officials are being trained to meditate to help them tackle the climate crisis in a new wave of applied mindfulness” that seeks to take the Buddhism-inspired practice "off the cushion” and into hard politics.
W Series working hard to prepare way for female F1 drivers
With the third season about to start in Miami, Britain's Sarah Moore explainşthe reality for many racers
Moyes hopes time has come for his first trophy
Mourinho praises Rodgers' 'forgotten' job at Liverpool
Europa Conference League
Cavendish confident of adding to his 15 stage wins
Cycling Giro d'Italia
Aston Martin appoints third boss in three years as results disappoint
Aston Martin has appointed its third chief executive in three years, with Tobias Moers stepping down after only two years in charge.
BrewDog boss launches legal case over social media posts
The chief executive of the craft beer company BrewDog, James Watt, has brought a private prosecution against a woman who he claims provided false information about who was responsible for “malicious” comments about him on social media.
Capital owner 'told staff not to relay Westwood allegations'
The owner of Capital FM and LBC told itsjournalists to avoid reporting allegations of sexual misconduct against the DJ Tim Westwood, who presents a show on another of the company's outlets, according to staff.
Mariupol steelworks troops lose contact with outside world as last stand looms
Russian forces have entered the territory of Mariupol's Azovstal steelworks, a Ukrainian politician said last night, as more civilians fled the city on evacuation buses following weeks of brutal bombardment that have reduced much of it to rubble.
Elizabeth line to open in week before royal jubilee after years of setbacks
London's Elizabeth lineis to open on 24 May, it has been announced, with the long-delayed, tunnelled central section of the £19bn Crossrail project now ready for passengers.
'I struggle to say how painful this is,' Heard tells defamation trial
The 36-year-old's testimony began as gender stereotyping became the focus of proceedings. Depp's attorney, Wayne Dennison, argued that Heard's witness, Dawn Hughes, had, in almost every instance, referred to a victim of interpersonal violence as “she” or “her”.
Officials criticise Met's 'scattergun' investigation into Partygate scandal
Officials under police investigation, over lockdown breaches in Downing Street have expressed frustration at the process after it emerged that Boris Johnson has not yet received a questionnaire for at least one key leaving do.
Labour leader Police 'haven't called' over office beer
Keir Starmer has confirmed that Durpolice have not contacted him about drinking a beer and eating a takeaway with staff in a constituency office last year, as he said he was always "very careful” to abide by lockdown rules.
Pens down: Ofqual eyes shift to digital exam delivery
Sitting exams using pen and paper could soon be a thing of the past, as England's qualifications regulator Ofqual said it was exploring technology to transform the way GCSEs and A-levels are administered.
Children of oligarchs may have bought UK golden visas with parents' money
Anti-corruption campaigners and MPs have warned that “the kids of oligarchs” may have used their parents' money to buy the right to live in the UK after it was revealed that the government granted “golden visas" to 46 people aged 21 or under.
Tory candidates distance themselves from Johnson
Leaflets for today's elections refer only to ‘Local Conservatives'
Finest Hour Peace Cannot Be Imposed, PM Tells Kyiv Parliament
Boris Johnson has told the Ukrainian parliament that there should never be a peace settlement imposed against the will of the Ukrainian people, calling the fight to hold back Russian forces "Ukraine's finest hour”.