Robert James Hart went into a fury when his girlfriend refused to feed is drug habit. He threw items at her from the kitchen sink and a knife struck her neck by "accident".
Church of Scientology will open latest "Ideal Org" in Moseley, Birmingham, on Saturday 21 October. Protesters set to greet David Miscavige and his followers at Pitmaston House.
The government wants universities to be able to be a voice for all opinions, even on "difficult" subjects.
Six TX5 cabs arrive in the UK capital with a hybrid electric-petrol build, on-board Wi-Fi and support for ride-hailing apps like MyTaxi and Gett.
Police launch investigation after 20-year-old left with broken teeth from being smashed in the face with a champagne bottle during the attack in Brighton.
The Brexit secretary was speaking to the German press about the slow nature of the current negotiations.
An "Excalibur" sword used as a tourist attraction at Llangorse Lake, South Wales, was stolen from the stone in which it was embedded, just like in the legend of King Arthur.
The 23-year-old biomedical student wrote her mother an emotional suicide note before falling 30 metres inside the cathedral.
MP for North Shropshire urges PM to declare she will walk away EU talks if the bloc continues to stall on trade deal negotiations
British PM Theresa May has appealed directly to EU citizens living in the UK, vowing to make it as easy as possible to remain in Britain after Brexit.
Drew Goodall is today the successful CEO of a London-based shoe-shining company with an annual turnover of £250,000 a year. But his life was not always so successful.
Loomis security guards Mohammad Siddique, 32, and Ranjeev Singh, 40, claimed they had been robbed after picking up the money for Credit Suisse at Heathrow Terminal 4.
The UK continues to stress its support for Saudi Arabia, without addressing the Kingdom's rate of executions and poor human rights record.
CCTV shows how a thief jumped off a moped ran into the Bread and Bean Café in Archway, north London, before snatching a woman's laptop and fleeing with an accomplice.
The Supreme Court says Saudi envoy Jarallah al-Malki cannot hide behind diplomatic immunity on claims by Cherrylyn Reyes who accuses him of making her work for 17 hours a day.