Madeleine McCann's mother has described the tenth anniversary of her daughter's disappearance as a "horrible marker of time, stolen time".
University security staff have launched a 48-hour strike in a dispute over zero-hours contracts.
A London man has been charged in connection with the recovery of £150,000 worth of drugs in Aberdeen.
England have recalled fit-again "X-Factor" seamer Mark Wood for the Champions Trophy, while Steven Finn has missed out on one of five pace bowling slots.
Virgin Trains and French rail operator SNCF will jointly bid to run high-speed trains on the HS2 network.
The High Court is to hear a challenge on Tuesday over a teenage boy's "prolonged solitary confinement" in prison.
Students should not worry about employment while studying for their degree, the outgoing head of Ucas has said.
Australian and New Zealand forces who paid the ultimate sacrifice have been remembered at a moving dawn service.
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard says he is only focused on finishing the season on a high and is not thinking about his long-term future.
A proposed overhaul of rules for sentencing offenders who flout court orders could spark a rise in the prison population, MPs say.
A witness has described how actor Tom Hardy was seen apprehending a suspected moped thief after pursuing him through gardens and a building site.
A teenager is facing jail for setting up a global computer hacking business which caused chaos on the world wide web and cost millions of pounds.
Laura and Jason Kenny are among a host of Olympians being honoured at Buckingham Palace today.
Mel B's estranged husband can visit his young daughter despite facing claims of domestic violence and links to the porn industry, a court has ruled.
A technical glitch has been blamed after first class train tickets between two towns 64 miles apart were reportedly being sold for £10,000.
Academics from the EU must be given guarantees over their future to prevent a "brain drain" of talent, MPs have warned.
The wife of an alleged extremist is due to appear in court accused of helping her husband buy a knife in a plot to carry out an attack.
Tougher guidance urging GPs to report patients who continue to drive when not medically fit has come into force.
Ayoze Perez struck twice as Rafael Benitez succeeded in his mission to guide Newcastle back to the Premier League at the first attempt with a resounding victory over 10-man Preston.
A moth that prefers plastic to pullovers could help solve the problem of discarded shopping bags and packaging, researchers believe.
A planned 48-hour strike on Virgin Trains East Coast has been suspended following progress in talks.
Craig Whyte told Rangers bosses the money to fund his acquisition of the football club was "coming from himself", a court has heard.
A woman has been jailed for more than two years for ploughing into a stationary car and killing a pensioner as she tried to send a happy birthday message on Facebook.
Driverless cars will be deployed on UK motorways in the next three years, a group of technology firms have announced.
Ander Herrera has billed Manchester United's Premier League trip to Manchester City as a potential make-or-break "game of the season".
Britain's first police unit dedicated to tackling online hate crime has been launched by the Mayor of London.
The Prince of Wales has driven a steam train that his donation helped restore after it was badly damaged by vandals.
Yaya Toure hopes to get a better deal from the referee as Manchester City turn their attention to Thursday's crucial derby against Manchester United.
Lawyers who allegedly ignored evidence that cast doubt on their clients' claims of torture against British troops caused soldiers and their families to "endure torment", a tribunal has heard.
Mel B's estranged husband is allowed to visit his young daughter despite facing claims of domestic violence and alleged links to the porn industry, a court has ruled.
The former boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann and father of her unborn child has appeared in court charged in connection with an acid attack at an east London nightclub.
The wife of an ex-Royal Navy officer screamed his name and desperately called for help as he lay dying in the street after being run over by car thieves, a neighbour said.