The government has suffered another embarrassing defeat in the House of Lords on its flagship Brexit bill after peers voted in favour of keeping a key EU human rights charter as part of British law after Brexit.
David Browning 'intense attachment' towards Jillian Howell and became 'possessive, controlling and jealous'
'How many more have to die this way before everyone cares? How many more communities like ours have to be terrorised by mindless stabbings?'
Worst climate change predictions forecast cities from New York to New Orleans will be devastated due to flooding by turn of century
We can't attack the racism that may lie behind the Tories' mistreatment of the Windrush generation when we don't get our own house in order on hate
The possibility of Theresa May finding herself boxed into a nightmare confidence vote in May is not one that cannot be easily dismissed
'This just wasn't the case 20 or 30 years ago. People tend to eat what's in front of them and we need to make it easier for children to make the right choices'
Only two per cent of people living in UK speak in received pronunciation, despite many Anglophiles believing otherwise
Opposition parties raise concerns Dipak Misra's distribution of sensitive cases and judicial appointments
Twain has been torn apart on Twitter after perhaps stumbling into a debate she didn't mean to ignite
This season, Abramovich's dream of seductive, slick and stylish football was finally realised. One snag: it was realised by someone else
National Archives due to publish papers casting new light on shooter's mysterious trip to Mexico weeks before president's murder in Dallas in 1963
It's true that the latest figures show that their growth has plateaued but there are still too many people on them who are being exploited and the Government's proposed response is woeful
Indie politics meets indie politics: our Chief Political Commentator spoke to Andrew and Austin, the band's co-lead singers and guitarists, about Trump, guns and violence... and a growing sense of optimism that things will get better
The site admits that it tracks people as they use the internet and then lets advertisers use that information
On the fifth anniversary of the disaster, Fashion Revolution are encouraging millions of shoppers to ask brands #whomademyclothes and demand greater transparency
To be honest, a lot of people get sucked in thinking the same thing I did. But then I met an ex-jihadist who made me change my mind
Earlier springs in UK are throwing animals' natural rhythms into disarray, resulting in population declines
The Northampton hooker has not played since sustaining a head injury in last month's Six Nations defeat by Ireland
Europe captain Thomas Bjorn admitted at the launch of the competition last year that he would like a French representative in the team if possible
Lab work previously suggested existence of 'i-motif' structures, but only now have they been seen in natural conditions
Here's everything you need to know about Prince Harry's age, royal status and net worth as he prepares to welcome Ms Markle into the fold
Here's everything you need to know about Meghan Markle's age, former career and net worth, and her family
Thousands of anti-government protesters have been rallying in the streets of the capital for the last 10 days
'It's really unfortunate someone has to go through that and be treated like a criminal over a piece of fruit'
Moscow's foreign minister said Western military strikes in Syria had removed any moral obligation to withhold missile system
Roma's semi-final with Liverpool is their first appearance at this stage of the competition since facing the then Scottish champions
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The Egypt international was carried off on a stretcher during Arsenal's win over West Ham having fallen awkwardly while competing for the ball with Hammers skipper Mark Noble
The European Council president and former Polish prime minister is locked in a political row with the country's government
It's long been known that there is no configuration of free trade deals to be had outside the European Union that comes close to adequately replacing what will be lost in trade by leaving the single market
Watch Klopp address the media ahead of Liverpool's Champions League semi-final against AS Roma at Anfield on Tuesday night
There is a 20,000 a year shortfall of engineers – and the industry is still severely lacking in diversity
'It is particularly concerning that large numbers of students who submitted evidence said they couldn't afford heating and food'
One of the world's top financial economists said his current research made him concerned that credit was once again being granted too liberally, just as it was before the 2008 meltdown
Since publishers have to accept liability for the material they use, it comes as no great shock that Facebook remains reluctant to admit that it fits the description
Gone are the days when, as with Anne Boleyn, a woman's failure to produce the right sort of heir could become her death warrant. Still, as long as power is transmitted down the bloodline, a royal woman's womb is public property
The actor grew up in the same Spanish town as Pablo Picasso. Now, Banderas finally gets to play his childhood hero – and defends the painter against accusations of misogyny
Huge loudspeakers which blast out K-pop and criticism of Pyongyang fall silent for first time in more than two years
Investors and ministers are desperately hoping new CEO Jon Lewis can pull off a turnaround. The man who called Capita's problems two years ago says they're taking a lot on trust
Mel B. let slip that she would be attending alongside the rest of the Spice Girls, with the possible intention to perform
Some customers say they can view other people's accounts through app after bank completes technology upgrade
There were 1.8 million contracts that did not guarantee a minimum number of hours in the year to November 2017. The equivalent number in November 2016 was 1.7 million
'I was a white male from a stable family who encouraged me to work hard at an excellent state school. That's all privilege. All of it'
Royal wedding frenzy is set to reach fever pitch as the nation counts down to May 19 when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially get married at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union is almost certainly one of the most seismic political events in the Western world in the last handful of decades.