Joseph McCann was released from prison after an error by the probation service, sources have said.
The family of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn have said they are disgusted and “not sleeping well” after the Crown Prosecution Service “refused” to meet with them.
A film of David Beckham sleeping has a new home – in the hospital he was born in.
The parents of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn have written to Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab in a bid to reach “common ground”.
Tracey Emin has welcomed the decision to award the Turner Prize to all shortlisted artists as a collective, saying: “It could never have happened in my day.”
Dani Dyer has criticised the end of free TV licences for all over-75s.
An epic court battle against Uber took another twist as the car-sharing giant came a step closer to being liable for a potential £1.5 billion in unpaid VAT.
One of the UK’s only female private jet sales agents is planning to take Italy’s largest aviation manufacturer, Piaggio Aerospace, to court for the second time in four years over a multimillion-pound contract dispute.
The family of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn have said they will “make our feelings known” to US President Donald Trump on his visit to the UK.
John Lennon’s round sunglasses and a parking ticket issued to Ringo Starr are going under the hammer.
Amazon is gearing up for what is expected to be its “biggest ever Black Friday” with an extra 1,500 seasonal workers hired at one of its Scottish sites in the run-up to Christmas.
Superman’s cape and Bilbo Baggins’ tobacco pipe from the original Lord Of The Rings film are among a trove of Hollywood memorabilia going under the hammer.
The boss of NatWest’s new digital business bank Mettle has vowed a “drastically different” service that will focus relentlessly on the customer as the lender steps up its fight against the challengers.
Shared electric scooter firm Wind has revealed talks to launch in Milton Keynes but said its UK debut has been hampered by the General Election as the vehicles’ use remains illegal on UK roads.
Michelle Visage will be persuading her audience to do the dancing, after being voted off Strictly, with a new job as DJ.
A surgeon failed to disclose that he had spilled the contents of a donor stomach while removing organs that were then used in NHS transplants.
Hollywood star Timothee Chalamet is to appear opposite British actress Dame Eileen Atkins in an adaptation of the critically acclaimed play 4,000 Miles.
Inflammatory bowel disease experts in Southampton have become the first in the country to experience a day in the life of their patients through a new mobile phone app.
The extent the problematic business rates tax regime is having on town centres is laid bare as new research shows high street chains have closed nearly 6,000 sites so far this year.
More than a quarter of people do not know their bank card’s Pin by heart, a survey has found.
A D-Day veteran who took part in a secret reconnaissance mission to check out the Normandy beaches for the Allied forces is celebrating his 100th birthday.
Jo Swinson has pledged to revoke Article 50 on day one of her premiership if she is elected to Number 10.
Tony Slattery will seek answers to his mental health problems in a new BBC documentary to air following his return to the spotlight.
Barclays UK chairman Sir Ian Cheshire has insisted British businesses would “get on and deal with” whichever government wins the election, despite City fears over Jeremy Corbyn.
The Foreign Office (FCO) has told the family of Harry Dunn that allegations of a misuse or abuse of power by Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab are “entirely without foundation”.
Armed Forces veterans who were born outside the UK would be exempt from paying settlement fees under Liberal Democrat proposals for government.
Researchers are investigating whether people are still using words like coochy-pawed and ferntickles.
An Australian-style points-based system would allow Britain to control the number of people coming into the country after Brexit but still welcome much needed professionals like nurses, according to the Conservatives.
Harry Dunn’s mother has said money “is not going to bring Harry back” after the family spokesman claimed President Donald Trump was “standing by, ready to write a cheque”.
Paralympian Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson has said she is “done with being patient” after it emerged that hundreds of train carriages will fail to meet accessibility standards coming into force next year.
A new exhibition is to explore “fluid understandings of gender”.
About 800 train carriages on Britain’s railway fail to meet accessibility standards coming into force next year, according to the Government.