Horsemeat scandal: Government’s response ‘flat-footed’

By Gerald Heneghan The government’s response to the ongoing horsemeat scandal has been branded ...

Hit and run toddler footage released in appeal

By Gerald Heneghan Footage of a woman and a toddler making a “miracle escape” ...

Barclays to cut 3,700 jobs in strategic review

By Gerald Heneghan Barclays has announced it is to cut 3,700 jobs in an ...

Horsemeat scandal: Legal action begins in Europe

By Gerald Heneghan Court cases related to the ongoing horsemeat contamination scandal are set ...

Aamir Siddiqi killers jailed for 40 years

By Laura Moulden Aamir Siddiqi’s killers, Jason Richards and Ben Hope, have been jailed ...

Construction sector output grows in 2012

By Gerald Heneghan Construction sector output – a key indicator of economic growth – ...

Horsemeat scandal: FSA demands tests on all beef products

By Gerald Heneghan The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has demanded that the UK food ...

Michael Gove abandons EBacc plans

By Gerald Heneghan Education secretary Michael Gove is set to announce plans to replace ...

Gay marriage bill approved despite Tory backbench rebellion

By Gerald Heneghan MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the Marriage (Same Sex ...

Gay marriage backed by top Tories

By Gerald Heneghan Senior members of the Conservative Party have urged their colleagues to ...

Osborne to announce bank break-up proposals

By Gerald Heneghan George Osborne is set to warn banks that they risk having ...

Two arrested in Blackpool Murder probe

By Gerald Heneghan Blackpool Police have made two arrests in connection to the murder ...

April Casburn jailed over phone hacking media leak

By Gerald Heneghan Detective Chief Inspector April Casburn has been jailed for 15 months ...

Argentina pulls out of Falklands talks

By Gerald Heneghan Argentina has declined an offer to meet representatives of the Falklands ...

VIOLENT YOB PUNCHED A HELPLESS MAN ELEVEN TIMES

UK Police face radical recruitment shake-up

By Gerald Heneghan Police in England and Wales are facing the possibility of a ...

Nursery ratios set to rise under new childcare reforms

By Gerald Heneghan Nurseries and childminders in England will be permitted to look after ...

HS2 rail route unveiled

By Gerald Heneghan The rail route for the high speed 2 (HS2) network’s second ...

Barry George loses High Court compensation bid

By Gerald Heneghan Barry George, who was imprisoned for eight years after being wrongly ...

Stafford Hospital worker suspended over dummy taped to baby’s face

By Gerald Heneghan A worker at Stafford Hospital has been suspended after a dummy ...

TINY LOCK-UP IN HAMMERSMITH SELLS FOR MORE THAN £450,000

ONS: UK economy shrank 0.3 per cent in Q4 2012

By Gerald Heneghan Britain’s economy shrank by 0.3 per cent during the last three ...

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