A British teenager found guilty of lying about being gang-raped in Cyprus has launched an appeal against her conviction.
The first major hearing in the case against an Army veteran facing Bloody Sunday murder charges is set to take place in Belfast because of security fears.
The Duchess of Cambridge has described the early years development of children as life’s most “crucial” moment for “future health and happiness” as she launched a landmark national survey about the issue.
A 23-year-old burglar has admitted killing an 89-year-old widow but denied rape.
The London Eye is marking its 20th year of towering over the capital – and in its time it has been graced by royals, politicians and Olympic champions, as well as a fictional supernanny.
Britons will be hoping to beat the “Blue Monday” slump – as the third Monday of January is thought to be the most depressing day of the year.
Elements of Margaret Thatcher’s approach to politics were allowed to continue under Tony Blair, Labour leadership contender Lisa Nandy has said.
Eight medical abortions were carried out in Northern Ireland last year.
As Egypt marks the 150th anniversary of the opening of the Suez Canal, marine biologists are bemoaning one of the famed waterway’s lesser known legacies, the invasion of hundreds of non-native species, including toxic jellyfish and aggressive lionfish.
The family of a 17-year-old boy who was fatally stabbed in the street say they have been left heartbroken by his death.
The Labour Party has said a temporary rent freeze for three years would not be unconstitutional.
Scientists believe they have come up with a formula for the perfect cup of coffee – it needs fewer beans which are ground more coarsely.
A memorial stone dedicated to Britain’s last survivor of the First World War trenches has been found, two years after it disappeared from a plinth in Belgium.
The number of prisoners developing a drug problem behind bars has more than doubled in the last five years, research suggests.
Detectives investigating the stabbing of a 10-year-old boy in front of his mother in a street in Leicester are linking the incident to two other reported attacks.
Boris Johnson’s ambition to get a full trade deal negotiated with Brussels by the end-of-year deadline is “just not possible”, the EU’s trade commissioner has said.
The parents of a poorly five-year-old boy are “rejoicing” after tests showed a cutting-edge cancer treatment has left him leukaemia free.
As many as six prisoners die behind bars every week, research has suggested.
A retired GP who was arrested near the Houses of Parliament during the Extinction Rebellion climate change protests has said he has mixed feelings after hearing he will not be prosecuted.
An admission that police ignored decades of sexual abuse of underage girls by Pakistani grooming gangs is one of the major stories headlining Saturday’s papers.
The Duke of Sussex has described how his son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor has already joyfully experienced his first Canadian snowfall.
Labour leadership hopeful Jess Phillips hit out at the “patronising” idea that having a working-class background is all that matters to voters in the contest to replace Jeremy Corbyn.
Terrorists could be made to take a lie detector test to prove they have reformed and are not planning to carry out another attack.
A 22-year-old man has been arrested in Denmark on suspicion of murdering a Swedish national who was killed in front of his family on Christmas Eve.
More than 200 starlings found dead on a road in Anglesey may have taken “avoiding action”, possibly from a bird of prey, and then failed to pull up in time, say police.
The Duchess of Cornwall described the experience of wearing a virtual reality headset as “quite extraordinary”.
The Irish General Election has pivoted to focus on gangland crime as the murder of a young teenager was labelled a “turning point”.
A 10-year-old boy has been stabbed in front of his mother in a street in Leicester.
Fine Gael has promised tax cuts and increased wages but insisted there can be no return to the “boom to bust” economic policies of the past.
British Airways emits up to 45% more CO2 per passenger compared with rival airlines on identical routes, according to new research.
A 95-year-old D-Day veteran has lost a High Court bid to have his second wife receive his police pension.
Model enthusiasts have gathered at Alexandra Palace for this year’s London Model Engineering Exhibition.