A group of British citizens living in the Netherlands hoping to retain their EU citizenship despite Brexit have won the right to take their case to the European Court of Justice.
In 1960, the US had the highest life expectancy in the world, however, it is now 1.5 years shorter than the OECD average.
Local woman stumbled on a 'gathering of bones' while out with her one-year-old daughter.
A depraved pensioner has been found guilty of secretly filming at least 130 videos of men using toilets at motorway service stations.
Prime minister will not commit to excluding lucrative NHS contracts from hands of US corporations. Vince Cable urges "absolute guarantee" of protection.
Scotland's external affairs secretary says cutting migration into UK would be catastrophic for Scottish economy.
Dennis Batty was detained near at a holiday resort near Benidorm. Police in Alicante swooped on Batty five months after a UK court issued a European arrest warrant.
Multi-million-pound firms are, like Uber and Deliveroo, are offloading business risk onto some of the poorest people in Britain.
Child murderer sentenced to 40 months after admitting possessing more than 1,000 abuse images and document advising how to have underage sex.
PC Kehinde Meshe handed final warning following incident in south-east London involving pupil he was attempting to discipline.
EN+, controlled by billionaire Oleg Deripaska, has close links to Russian president and sanctioned bank but MI6 not alerted to stock exchange listing.
Kyleigh Potts, who calls the lip-kit maven her "ultimate goal and inspiration", has so far undergone multiple procedures to enhance her lips, chin and nose.
Mohammed bin Salman's trip to London on 8 March faces demonstrations by anti-war campaigners and human rights groups.
House prices fall 0.6% month-on-month in January, driving annual growth down to its lowest level since July.
Tory MPs Anna Soubry and Justine Greening have both hinted they could leave the party if Rees-Mogg became leader.
Cross-party committee warns government has failed to reprioritise its work and might not be ready by March next year.
A video posted by Russian space agency Roscomos shows the badminton shuttle zip across in zero gravity as ISS astronauts float about playing the game.
So far, more than 200 million girls living in 30 countries are reported to have undergone the traditional practice – which has been attributed to having no health benefits.