The Government has pledged to spend another £4 billion over the next five years on flood defence schemes.
Health officials have written to more than 200 people – including two MPs – who attended a conference in London last week after it emerged that one attendee had been infected with the coronavirus.
Boris Johnson unveiled a £5bn, five-year package for bus services and cycle lanes in England, as the government attempts to reverse some of the many years of austerity cuts to public transport.
Emergency financial aid will be made available by the Government to areas badly hit by Storm Ciara, which has left thousands of homes without power, damaged buildings and caused widespread disruption to travel.
ITV presenter Phillip Schofield became the story himself today after he revealed on This Morning – the programme he’s presented for 18 years – that he is gay.
The family of Harry Dunn have joined forces with the lawyer representing the alleged victims of the billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, calling for Anne Sacoolas to return to the UK and for Prince Andrew to face questioning by the FBI in the United States.
A special flight will leave the Chinese city of Wuhan later tonight – bringing back the Britons trapped at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak.
A prosectutor in the United States has said that Prince Andrew has not been helping the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking inquiry.
Scotland Yard says facial recognition cameras will be deployed across London – aimed at identifying people suspected of gun and knife crime, child sexual exploitation and serious violence. Signs will be put up to show where the cameras are in use – and the Met have insisted they won’t be used ‘to search speculatively or…
As if Australia hasn’t had enough extreme weather – now huge dust storms are sweeping across drought-ravaged parts of rural New South Wales.
From tomorrow police in England and Wales will get new powers to stop suspected stalkers from contacting victims while investigations are being carried out.
Food and drink manufactuers have warned that prices will rise after the chancellor promised that Brexit will spell the end of alignment with EU rules.
Ten girls or women are killed every single day in Mexico. Almost no one is ever punished. The mothers left behind are fighting back and refuse to be silenced.
A British teenager found guilty of lying about being gang-raped in Cyprus has been given a four month suspended sentence.
The family of motorcyclist Harry Dunn have held another meeting with the Foreign Secretary, who urged the woman accused of killing him to come back and face charges in the UK.