American rock icon Tina Turner has died at the age of 83 after a long illness.
Rishi Sunak has held an emergency COBRA meeting to discuss how to help British nationals who are trapped by the fighting, as officials said they were “doing everything possible”.
More than two million children in England are living in overcrowded accommodation and over 300,000 are forced to share beds with family members.
Fighting between government troops and rebel paramilitary forces has intensified in the Sudanese capital Khartoum – as both sides battle for control of the country.
Nurses in England have voted to stage more strike action at the start of May – after members of the Royal College of Nurses rejected their leadership’s recommendation to accept the latest Government pay offer.
Eight Metropolitan Police officers have been found guilty of gross misconduct over offensive and discriminatory messages they shared on WhatsApp – including some which mocked the disabled son of Katie Price.
Video cameras might not have been allowed inside the courtroom – but America’s television networks have devoted hours of special coverage to this historic moment, unfolding live to millions of viewers around the world.
The Russian propagandist known as Vladlen Tatarsky was killed last night in an explosion in St Petersburg.
The social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother have been moved out of detention in Romania to house arrest, after a court ruled in favour of their appeal.
There have been chaotic scenes today in Pakistan after police tried to arrest former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Finance chiefs of the world’s largest economies have strongly condemned Moscow for its war on Ukraine – with only China and Russia declining to sign a joint statement following a meeting in India.
It’s been three weeks since Nicola Bulley vanished during a riverside walk near her home in St Michael’s on Wyre in Lancashire.
The death toll from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria has now passed 46,000, although – incredibly – people are still being pulled alive from the rubble of collapsed buildings twelve days on.
Rishi Sunak says he is open to an “affordable” deal over nurses pay – although that won’t avert planned strike action later this month – unions say it will still go ahead unless there’s a compromise over the current year’s pay deal.
The Prime Minister has called on health service chiefs to take “bold and radical action” to tackle the crisis in the NHS.