A new report has called on the government to give £10,000 to everyone under 55 years of age as part of a move towards a national universal basic income (UBI).
The notorious "Croydon Cat Killer" is being hunted down by a team of 15 Metropolitan Police officers.
Figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies show young middle earners are struggling to get on the property ladder.
Inspired by the Oscar-nominated film Three Billboards, Justice4Grenfell has displayed powerful signs around London.
Tories fear that the housing crisis affecting middle-class millennials could be an 'iceberg' issue that sinks the party in the upcoming election.
The Ministry of Justice will enact an early release scheme freeing thousands of prisoners to ease overcrowding in British jails.
Madan Lal, 45, of Ponteland, Northumbria, was planning to meet a 15-year-old boy from gay dating app Grindr as he is spared jail and handed a community order.
The pair, Thomas Woodhulme, 27, and William Henderson, 34, were both found not guilty of causing actual bodily harm to Strangeways prisoner Nigel Halfacre at Manchester Crown Court
A London Uber driver is accused of grooming a 'tipsy 14-year-old schoolgirl' he was giving a ride to by telling her she was 'hot' and 'had nice lips'.
Married father Shuaib Muhammad, 24, of South Shields, committed a sex act in the house, hacked her Facebook and made silent calls to the woman who has had to move home.
Mihai Varga brought Eastern Europeans into the UK then paid them less than £2 per hour for 12-hour shifts in a food processing factory. He has been jailed for slavery offences.
Baby born in one of England's richest areas will live 8.4 years longer than child born in poor neighbourhood, study into life expectancy by Longevity Science Panel (LSP) reveals.
A former science teacher who filmed schoolgirls and teachers in female toilets at three schools he worked at has been jailed.
National Express has launched an investigation after footage emerged of one of its drivers attempting to drag a screaming woman off his coach.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has said a probe was required to find out if there was "excessive profit-making by those who make Freddos".
Labour's shadow Northern Ireland secretary Owen Smith has said that Theresa May should force the devolved government to accept same-sex marriage if power-sharing talks fail.