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.…
Egypt’s former President Mohammed Morsi has died after collapsing during a court session, his family have confirmed.
There will be no coronation of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister and Tory leader according to the other five candidates for the job.
The government’s been accused of a “wrongheaded act of sabotage” after the BBC’s decision to scrap the free licence fee for everyone aged over 75.
Police in Hong Kong have clashed with demonstrators who have been protesting against an extradition law which they fear will be used to target China’s political opponents in the semi-autonomous territory.
Four teenage boys aged between 15 and 18 have been arrested on suspicion of robbery and aggravated GBH after two women were left badly injured in a homophobic attack on a London night bus.
Police have said 12 people were killed in America’s latest mass shooting, at a government building in Virginia yesterday. The authorities said a ‘disgruntled’ utilities engineer carried out the attack in Virginia Beach, on the east coast. He died after a gun battle with police. It is the country’s 150th mass shooting this year. The…
Police say more than 680 people have now been arrested in connection with the climate change protests in central London – as they started clearing demonstrators away from Oxford Circus – describing the disruption caused by the Extinction Rebellion blockades as “unacceptable”.
The Jewish Labour movement has passed a vote of no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, almost unanimously – declaring him unfit to be Prime Minister – after the latest row over anti-Semitism in the party.
LGBT campaigners have staged a demonstration outside London’s Dorchester Hotel – to protest the Sultan of Brunei.
The gunman’s live-stream of the Christchurch mosque shootings was one of the most shocking aspects of last Friday’s attack.
The Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, is under fire again, after it emerged the government could have to pay tens of millions of pounds extra for ferries from France.
Counter-espionage officers in Poland have arrested a Chinese manager working for the tech giant Huawei, and a former Polish intelligence officer who had also worked at the mobile phone company Orange.