Essential bills, including water and council tax, are all going up – piling yet more pressure on millions of households.
The former England cricket Captain Michael Vaughan has been cleared of using racist language towards his ex Yorkshire teammate Azeem Rafiq ‘on the balance of probabilities’ – although complaints against five other players and coaches were upheld.
A police officer who hit former footballer Dalian Atkinson several times with her baton on the night he died, after being tasered by her colleague, will keep her job after a gross misconduct hearing found her actions were unlawful.
At least 59 people including twelve children, have died after an overloaded migrant boat sailing from Turkey was shipwrecked in rough seas off Southern Italy.
The British economy suffered the same malaise as the rest of the industrialised world during the pandemic.
The RMT union has rejected the latest pay offer from rail companies and Network Rail as “dreadful”.
The government needs to take more consistent and urgent action to tackle climate change and meet its net zero goals – or risk damaging the country’s economic future, according to a Conservative MP.
More than 40% were forced to wait at least half an hour in the week to 1 January.
Large numbers of acutely unwell patients over the Christmas period forced hospitals in Wales to use extra intensive care beds.
With more stoppages planned across the public sector later this month, 2023 is starting as it means to go on.
2022 has been the UK’s warmest year on record, according to the Met Office.
West Midlands Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was stabbed to death on a nightclub dancefloor.
A man who murdered his pregnant partner, her son and daughter and another girl, has been told he’ll spend the rest of his life in prison.
The current cold weather has compounded the sense of despair for those unable to afford their heating bills, with new figures from the ONS today revealing more than two-thirds of people are now rationing energy use.
In a medical first, 100,000 newborns in England will have their entire genomes sequenced in order to detect and treat rare genetic diseases as early as possible.