Owen Carey died after eating marinated chicken as he celebrated his 18th birthday at the Byron burger chain has demanded tougher new laws on food allergen labelling in restaurants.
If a snap general election is called on October 15th, as the Prime Minister has said, the power to decide Britain’s future could end up again in the hands of voters.
If a general election does take place, Boris Johnson’s chances of winning a majority hinge in large part on the number of votes his party loses to Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party.
At a time when the British wild bee is fighting to survive, Wales has taken on the challenge of trying to turn things round.
A man has admitted sending packages of fake anthrax to a series of female politicians.
As the Prime Minister began his European tour to try to get a deal, his man in charge of planning for a no-deal was out insisting everything was in hand.
A man’s appeared in court charged with the murder of a police officer who was killed while investigating a burglary last Thursday.
The Prime Minister has been speaking to his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar by telephone this evening.
An “evil” church warden is facing life imprisonment for the murder of a 69-year-old university lecturer.
Boris Johnson blew into Wales today, just after an opinion poll suggested the Conservatives under his leadership are now more popular than Labour.
The Homeless World Cup has kicked off in Cardiff. 500 players who have experienced homelessness or social exclusion will take part in the week-long tournament.
Boris Johnson has spoken about turbo-charging plans for a no-deal Brexit. But in a phone call with the new Prime Minister last night, Wales’s First Minister is said to have made it “emphatically clear” that a no-deal scenario would be catastrophic for the agricultural sector. At this week’s Royal Welsh Show, farming unions have been…
A man who stabbed a fellow train passenger 18 times, in an argument over blocking the aisle, has been found guilty of murder and jailed for life, ordered to serve a minimum of 28 years.
Some English schools are blaming budget shortages for having to cut their working week.
Eight years after the government and health bosses pledged to provide homes for people with autism and learning disabilities in England, thousands are still locked in mental health hospitals. Many are children, and some have been there for years, even decades. The promises were made after people were filmed being abused at the Winterbourne View care home.…