Millions of EU citizens who live in the UK were given until the end of this month to apply for settled status. It’s feared that many people will fail to meet that deadline and campaigners want it extended. But even for those whose applications have been processed, there is no certificate to prove your status,…
Two police forces will pay damages to hundreds of people after accusations of a cover-up following the Hillsborough disaster.
A 35-year-old man has appeared before magistrates, charged with the murder of a 14-year-old boy in Birmingham.
The man charged with overseeing plans to help children catch up on missed education in England has resigned just four months into the job.
A survey of early years teachers by Channel 4 News shows a worryingly high number think the youngest school pupils have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Darshna Soni has been talking to The Selecter lead singer Pauline Black, about life on the frontline of Two Tone Britain.
The families of Hillsborough victims express their anger, after the case against two retired police officers and an ex-solicitor accused of perverting the course of justice by altering police statements was dismissed.
Last Friday, the government quietly posted guidance online without letting local authorities know – that eight areas in England needed to restrict socialising and travel to contain the spread of the Covid B.1617.2 mutation, also known as the Indian variant. Now in the last few minutes, the government has withdrawn that guidance, adding to a…
A new report by the National Audit Office has found that the Home Office is failing to compensate Windrush victims quickly enough.
A police officer accused of murdering the former footballer Dalian Atkinson lied about kicking him in the head as he lay on the street after being Tasered, a court has been told.
The trial of two police officers over the death of a retired footballer has heard how the victim was Tasered for six times the amount he should have been.
The Disasters Emergency Committee has just extended its appeal to help India get urgently needed life saving humanitarian relief.
They fought in the name of Britain, but in death “pervasive racism” meant at least 100,000 troops, mainly from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, were not commemorated in the same way as their white comrades, a review by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission has found.
Although the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral was scaled-down due to Covid, people across the country marked the occasion, mostly at home. For many it was also a chance to reflect on what the monarchy has meant to them, and how it’s changed over the course of the Duke of Edinburgh’s lifetime. We spent the afternoon…
A new report conducted by the Zahid Mubarek Trust suggests the measures have had a damaging impact on the mental health of prisoners. We have this exclusive report.