Thirty-seven years after police officer Yvonne Fletcher was shot dead outside the Libyan Embassy in London, one of her fellow officers has brought a civil case to the High Court in a bid to have someone held to account for the incident.
The Environment Secretary has rejected suggestions that former minister Owen Paterson could be recommended for a peerage.
In the US, three white men have gone on trial today for the murder of the young Black man Ahmaud Arbery.
An MP who harassed a friend of her partner has been spared an immediate jail sentence.
A Metropolitan Police officer has been remanded in custody after he was charged with rape.
The fate of the Benin Bronzes, a historic collection of thousands of artefacts looted by British forces more than a hundred years ago, is being discussed by a high-level delegation at the British Museum in London where many are on display.
Act now to control surging Covid cases or risk tougher measures later: that’s the message from the government’s scientific advisers. Boris Johnson says all measures are under review, but urged people to get their booster jab. This is as figures show England’s average daily hospital admissions for Covid patients are now at their highest for…
A 36 year old man has been arrested in East Sussex, on suspicion of the murder of London schoolteacher Sabina Nessa, in what police described as a “significant development”.
Rivers of lava and ash have been pouring out of a volcano in the Canary Islands for a sixth day running, forcing three more villages to be evacuated.
A primary school teacher whose body was discovered in a park in southeast London may have been murdered by a stranger.
The man whose experiences inspired the film Hotel Rwanda has been sentenced to 25 years in jail, after he was found guilty of terror offences.
Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE reveals how he has discussed issues surrounding race with the royal household, and talks about the most effective way to drive change in society.
After the death of George Floyd in May last year, Black Lives Matter protests spread to every corner of the world.
As the UK debates its heritage and history, what about its future?
He was one of the biggest sports stars of his generation, and it all began on a south London housing estate. Now former England footballer Ian Wright has written a children’s book inspired by that journey.