Young prisoners are keeping in touch with their families using in-cell phones and Skype.
Ruth Wilson has said she thinks that she is still paid less than her The Affair co-star Dominic West.
Northern Ireland’s mental health service is being “starved” of funding during the power-sharing logjam, campaigners said.
MSPs are expected to back plans to create a new income tax system for Scotland in a key vote at Holyrood.
Directors of collapsed construction giant Carillion have been accused of being “contemptuous” of their pension obligations.
A petition calling for the East Coast Mainline to be brought back into public ownership will be handed to the Government on Tuesday amid expectations of an imminent decision on the future of the franchise.
Almost one in three working-age adults in Northern Ireland is jobless. a report showed.
Disabled people are unable to afford the same standard of living as non-disabled people, a charity has warned.
The impact of the Government’s apprenticeship levy on employers has been “disastrous”, according to a business leader.
Coronation Street star Faye Brookes has said that its current lesbian storyline is “quite historical” for the soap.
Improvements are needed in the way foreign aid is delivered, a watchdog has told International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt.
Mary Berry could find herself on the wrong side of avocado fans after insisting it does not belong on toast.
Farmers “must have frictionless trade with the EU” after Brexit, National Farmers’ Union president Meurig Raymond is warning.
Councils have been targeted in nearly 100 million cyber attacks in five years, an investigation has found.
Enhancing animal welfare and maintaining beautiful landscapes are “public goods” which could receive funding after Brexit, Michael Gove will tell farmers.
Jeremy Corbyn is to mount a new onslaught on the City of London, promising a Labour government would take decisive steps to make it the “servant of industry”, not the “masters of us all”.
Cambridge classicist Mary Beard has warned that although the #MeToo campaign is useful, a “hashtag doesn’t solve the problem”.
Wigan manager Paul Cook described unsavoury post-match scenes as “not correct” after the Latics’ stunning FA Cup victory over Manchester City was soured by a pitch invasion.
A man is in hospital following a “serious” house fire thought to have been caused by a gas explosion.
Johanna Konta is through to the quarter-finals of the Dubai Duty Free Championships after a straight-sets win against Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.