A British academic who has been accused of spying in the United Arab Emirates after travelling to Dubai to conduct research is said to be suffering from “significant health issues” after spending five months in solitary confinement.
The developers of Battersea Power Station have released a glimpse of what its chimney elevator will look like.
London’s high rate of violence is “just an uptick”, according to a police chief who tackled violence in a major US city.
Pupils across the country have posted videos of themselves performing the “floss” dance craze in a bid to convince Chancellor Philip Hammond to promise more money for schools in the upcoming Budget.
A heart-rending note left by an anonymous widow has prompted some emotional responses on Twitter after being discovered near a lake in Birmingham.
Devon and Cornwall Police have pleaded guilty to health and safety breaches in relation to a belt used on a man before he collapsed in custody, in what is believed to be a landmark case.
The amount of counterfeiting has grown in Northern Ireland due to the internet, research showed.
A “no Irish, no gay” banner which appeared on a motorway bridge in Northern Ireland has been condemned as “despicable”.
A teenage pedestrian was taken to hospital after being hit by a police car on an emergency call.
A blimp depicting Donald Trump as an orange, nappy-clad baby holding a mobile phone is not offensive, an organiser of the stunt has said.
The Huddersfield grooming trials were allegedly put at risk by the antics of English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson, who flouted reporting restrictions designed to ensure the proceedings were fair.
A cocaine user has been convicted of murdering his grandmother in a brutal knife attack after building up a £35,000 gambling debt.
HMS Queen Elizabeth is the biggest aircraft carrier to sail into New York for half a century, the commanding officer of the ship has said.
Vile methods including genetic and viral warfare, alongside robots killing humans, are potentially the “deeply frightening future” of conflict, a senior Royal Navy officer has said.
A woman has been cleared of threatening to knife a baby on a packed Tube train after getting into a row with the youngster’s family.
The family of a cyclist who drowned in Bristol harbour have lost a High Court bid for nearly £2 million in damages against the local authority.
The father of a “caring and intelligent” former soldier who died in a crash with a caravan says his family are “struggling to come to terms with his death”.
Jeremy Hunt has warned there will be “consequences” for Britain’s relationship with Saudi Arabia if it is found the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by the Saudis.
A 14-year-old girl who went missing from a children’s home has been found safe and well.
Scotland Yard has denied it has lost control of London’s streets as the force said two men have been arrested on suspicion of murdering the capital’s latest victim.
Irish presidential candidate Peter Casey has insisted he is not basing his campaign on Donald Trump.
A gang of men who embarked on a “campaign of rape and other sexual abuse” against vulnerable teenage girls in Huddersfield has been given lengthy jail sentences, it can now be reported.
Devon and Cornwall Police has admitted breaching health and safety legislation in relation to a belt used on a man who died after being restrained in custody.
A woman accused of threatening to stab a baby on a packed Tube train after the tot kicked her from her pram says it was the child’s mother who claimed to have a weapon.
A dangerous driver has admitted killing a 20-year-old woman in a two-car crash following a police chase.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is to launch legal action against the government of Ecuador, accusing it of violating his “fundamental rights and freedoms”.
The chief constable of Devon and Cornwall Police released a statement following the force’s guilty plea at Bristol Crown Court on Friday.
Devon and Cornwall Police has pleaded guilty to health and safety breaches in relation to an emergency response belt that was used on a man before he died in custody.
Russia mounted the Salisbury nerve agent attack because it believed Britain was “weak and isolated” after the vote to leave the EU, a former MI6 chief has said.
A one-in-a-billion DNA match and other “overwhelmingly compelling” evidence shows convicted sex predator Russell Bishop murdered two nine-year-old girls 32 years ago, a jury was told.
Jailed in 2016, little has been heard of Anjem Choudary for the last two years.
Greater Manchester Police’s chief constable has called for an outright ban on the sale of fireworks to combat anti-social behaviour.