Two officers from Greater Manchester Police's City Centre team, one of whom recently saved a man's life with CPR, were shamed online for taking a break in Caffe Nero.
A prisoner on remand who wrote letters to witnesses due to give evidence against him telling them not to attend court has been jailed.
Charity Shelter say one in seven families in London's Kensington and Chelsea borough are classified as homeless.
Virgin Atlantic made the most of a planned training flight on Valentine's Day and took a very special route over Cornwall.
Delays and a lack of clarity are putting officials and EU citizens in an "impossible position" a new report on immigration after Brexit has said.
Data from the EU statistics office shows that the economy of the 28-member EU grew by 2.5% in 2017, its best performance since it grew 2.7% in 2007.
An 80-year-old Richmond pensioner has been sent a letter threatening to "kill" her over Brexit, which comes amid a string threats mailed to Leave supporters.
London teacher Andria Zafirakou of Alperton Community School who learned to greet her students in 35 languages shortlisted for prestigious Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize.
Chinese travellers took to Weibo, Facebook and Twitter to condemn a World Duty Free offer which required them to spend hundreds more pounds than other nationalities.
Tesco has launched an investigation after a viral video appeared to show two staff members engaging in a sex act in the Stalham branch.
A week after the UK united over Trump's claim that the NHS is "going broke and not working" people are sharing their stories with the #LoveYourNHS Twitter hashtag.
Figures released by the Home Office show the number of officers in September 2017 was 16% lower than its 2009 peak.
Police want to speak to man seen on CCTV images after attempted rape and sexual assault of girl in Openshaw.
Walt Disney recently announced an almost 10% rise in the ticket prices, which has left most fans of the theme-park fuming and venting on Twitter.
Several students walk out during Emeritus Lawrence Rosen's talk attempting to gauge reaction to "oppressive symbolism".