After the past few months – or has it only been weeks – I’m looking forward to a boring summer. We’ve been on an emotional roller coaster: crazy, delusional people killed innocents and awful accidents destroyed lives, families, and homes; but on each occasion the British people rallied together to show each other how much […]
Veteran Labour MP Harriet Harman is demanding a change in the law to protect alleged rape victims from having their past sexual history pored over in court. Harman, the longest serving female MP in the Commons, is planning to table an amendment to the forthcoming Courts Bill to prevent defence teams from using an alleged […]
All 75 high-rises to undergo fire safety tests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower blaze have failed so far, Sajid Javid announced as he urged councils to send samples for testing quicker. The Communities and Local Government Secretary said cladding on the buildings, which are across 26 council areas, was deemed to be flammable, […]
Channel 4 News’ Krishnan Guru-Murthy has berated the ex-fire minister, live on air, after he refused to agree that the Grenfell Tower fire exposed a “catastrophic failure in the system to protect people”. Immigration minister Brandon Lewis, who was fire minister until three days before the devastating blaze killed at least 79 people, said it would […]
Sandeep and Reena Mander, a British couple from Berkshire, said they were advised to ‘adopt a child from India’ despite telling an agency they were happy with any ethnic background.
The body of five-year-old Isaac Paulos, who lived with his family on the 18th floor, was found on the 13th floor, Westminster Coroner’s Court was told.
After nearly a decade of construction, Britain’s biggest ever warship set sail for the first time today in an historic moment for the Royal Navy.
Greenpeace has found bottles, bags, packaging and plastic fragments on every one of the 30 beaches it studied in Scotland, increasing fear that seabirds are being affected by the rubbish.
The suspected killer allegedly waited for Quamari Serunkuma-Barnes (pictured), also 15, to leave his school in Willesden, north London, before knifing him in the chest.