A man is believed to have suffered a broken wrist during flooding caused when an underground 20in water main was ruptured.
A senior Cabinet minister has risked fuelling controversy over Britain’s Brexit deal by suggesting that the question of UK membership of the Customs Union remained open.
A university deputy manager accused of murdering his boss told a court he apologised as he was killing her before scrawling “bully” on her forehead.
Save the Children is to suspend bidding for cash from the taxpayer in the wake of the aid worker sex scandal.
Two Italian men have been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged in connection with an incident which left a Liverpool football fan fighting for his life.
More than 30 former soldiers are willing to assist an inquest examining the deaths of 10 civilians shot by troops in west Belfast almost 50 years ago.
The former chief constable of South Yorkshire Police said he knew immediately there would be “repercussions” after he saw BBC coverage of the force’s search at Sir Cliff Richard’s home.
Police have registered sharp increases in knife and gun crime, official figures have revealed, fuelling fresh concern over spiralling levels of violence.
Sinn Fein has accused the DUP of checking out of Stormont powersharing and making no effort to find a way to restore devolution.
A fashion designer accused of killing her French nanny claimed to have “friends in high places” and even name-checked US President Donald Trump, a court heard.
Nicola Sturgeon has made clear she will not do a deal to support key Brexit legislation unless further changes are made by the UK Government.
Police say they are “well aware of the significance” of the latest Old Firm match this weekend where Celtic can clinch the Scottish Premiership title.
Labour is set for the best performance in London local elections of any party for more than 40 years, according to a poll.
A project to provide accommodation for the homeless in a purpose-built village has entered the final stages of its construction.
A mother has praised medics who carried out life-saving surgery on her unborn baby and called the procedure “genius”.
The case against two Canadian pilots accused of preparing to fly a passenger plane while under the influence of alcohol has collapsed after their blood samples were destroyed at a prison.
Twenty-three attacks on prison staff are recorded every day on average as surging levels of violence continue to sweep through jails in England and Wales.
Save the Children is to suspend bids for future cash from the taxpayer following the aid worker sex scandal.
Prince Harry has asked the Duke of Cambridge to be his best man and now his brother has the job of organising a stag party to remember.
The former chief constable of South Yorkshire Police described the force’s relationship with the BBC over a search of Sir Cliff Richard’s home as a “shotgun wedding”.
South Asian doctors were the “lifeblood” of the NHS in its early years and prevented a recruitment crisis, a historian has said.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have a close bond.
Amber Rudd has faced repeated calls to resign amid claims that her department is “out of control” for using removal targets for illegal immigrants.
Fashion designer Stella McCartney has produced a new line of kids clothes featuring Beano and Dandy favourites Minnie the Minx and Dinah Mo.
Dozens of companies have signed up to efforts to eliminate unnecessary single-use plastic packaging by 2025, it has been announced.
Pay rises were worth a median of 2.5% in the first quarter of the year, the highest for a decade, according to a new study.
The Ministry of Housing is investigating allegations that a member of staff met men though a “sugar daddy” website and discussed her work with an undercover reporter.
A dementia warning over commonly prescribed drugs, Labour’s anti-Semitism row and a major pledge on plastic waste are among the top stories on Thursday.
A senior Labour frontbencher has hit back at trade union boss Len McCluskey over his attack on “Corbyn-hater” Labour MPs whom he accused of trying to portray the party as a “morass” of anti-Semitism.
The parents of Alfie Evans are expected to meet doctors to discuss taking their terminally ill son home.
Amber Rudd will appear before MPs to explain targets set by the Home Office for voluntary departures of people who could not lawfully stay in the UK.
Two Italian men are due in court as a Liverpool fan fights for his life in hospital after being attacked at a Champions League match.