The Tories’ much vaunted election poster campaign was in tatters on Saturday night after it emerged that the featured “road” was in fact a picture taken in Germany. Chancellor George Osborne said last night that it was “British road” shown on the election poster which promised the party would keep Britain on the “road to […]
EIGHT sailors were feared dead last night after a cargo ship loaded with cement overturned and sank off the coast of Scotland.
Legislation to be debated in the Commons on Monday will mean that once a phone has been identified, the Prison Service will be able to apply to a court for it to be disconnected, says Prisons Minister Andrew Selous
Mike Penning, the Justice Minister, tells The Telegraph he will change the law before Easter to close a loophole that allows killer drivers to get back behind the wheel as soon as they leave prison
The Mail on Sunday publishes the most complete story yet of how Virginia Roberts, known in court papers as Jane Doe 3, was exploited by Epstein’s shuttered world of seedy sex and influence.
An X-ray has revealed for the first time the full extent of the injury to Bono’s arm in a bicycle accident – and how it has been pieced back together by metal implants.
The annual phenomenon will be visible in the early hours of tomorrow but the brightness of the moon may spoil the view
Mark Warner will no longer operate the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz on the Algarve where Maddie went missing in 2007
A Freedom of Information request shows that the average compensation paid to families of the bereaved was just £3,000
The Shadow Health Secretary is certain that only Labour, the party that created the NHS back in 1948, can “re-set” it for the 21st Century