David Miliband has refused ruled out a return to British politics. Again. Asked by Vogue magazine whether he could envisage re-entering the UK political fray, the former foreign secretary – who quit Parliament in 2013 after losing to his brother Ed in the contest for Labour leader – would say only: “Ummm…I don’t know, is […]
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Almost 327,000 people took their first step on the property ladder last year – a fifth more than in 2013, despite the fact that the average cost of a first-time home rose by 9 per cent to £172,000.
I get angrier and angrier about the hounding of the Ched Evans. Not because I want to excuse him but because of the way he has been pilloried since being released from prison, writes MELISSA KITE.
Are all boys schools the way forward? (Picture: Getty) An expert has advocated that boys be separated from girls in schools because he reckons average schoolboys are scared of clever girls. Alun Jones says: ‘If you have a very bright, very driven, very focused, very articulate lady, which a lot of girls are, that intimidates […]
Staff at Scarborough Hospital struggled to care to the huge influx of patients (Picture: PA) A second hospital trust today announced it has implemented its ‘major incident plan’ as winter demand beings to hit to NHS. Many surgeries and procedures at Scarborough Hospital have been postponed while they deal with the backlog of patients in Scarborough […]
The National Crime Agency believes Liverpool-based brothers Ian and Jason and mum Christine have stashed cash and assets, Manchester Crown Court heard
Epstein’s “island of sin” where “teenage sex slaves” were allegedly abused by some of the world’s most powerful men after he flew them in on his private jet
The Health Secretary emailed hospital chiefs at midday asking them to come up with “three or four ideas” by 4pm
The Chancellor claimed Mr Balls was planning £20.7billion of uncosted spending, but the Labour politician said the document was based on “false assumptions”