By Amy Southall

Friday 6 April 2018

Friday 6 April 2018

'Nanny state full of PC snowflakes' - Sugar tax sparks anger

'Nanny state full of PC snowflakes' - Sugar tax sparks anger

'Nanny state full of PC snowflakes' - Sugar tax sparks anger

Some believe the sugar tax isn't the right step to take in the fight against obesity

Suffocated British snowboarder may have been buried in snow for half an hour

Suffocated British snowboarder may have been buried in snow for half an hour

Suffocated British snowboarder may have been buried in snow for half an hour

The snowboarder was discovered by two nearby skiers

Prince Charles calls on business leaders to help ocean 'heal itself'

Prince Charles calls on business leaders to help ocean 'heal itself'

Prince Charles calls on business leaders to help ocean 'heal itself'

Prince Charles went out on a glass-bottom boat to view coral and sea life in Australia

Salisbury poisoning: Russia warns Britain it's 'playing with fire and will be sorry'

Salisbury poisoning: Russia warns Britain it's 'playing with fire and will be sorry'

Salisbury poisoning: Russia warns Britain it's 'playing with fire'

Russian UN ambassador Vasily Nebenzya used Midsomer Murders to mock suggestions of Russian involvement in the attack

Five-time darts world champion Eric Bristow dies aged 60

Five-time darts world champion Eric Bristow dies aged 60

Five-time darts world champion Eric Bristow dies aged 60

Darts fans broke into a spontaneous rendition of 'There's only one Eric Bristow' following the news

'Theresa May has blood on her hands and should deal with violence or resign', says former police officer

'Theresa May has blood on her hands and should deal with violence or resign', says former police officer

'Theresa May has blood on her hands and should deal with violence or resign'

Former police officer Peter Kirkham claims Theresa May was warned police cuts would lead to a rise in violence

Tuesday 3 April 2018

Tuesday 3 April 2018

National Union of Students claims universities care more about reputation than racism

National Union of Students claims universities care more about reputation than racism

NUS claims universities care more about reputation than racism

Shakira Martin is calling on universities and the Government to crack down on racism

New dinosaur footprints discovered on Isle of Skye

New dinosaur footprints discovered on Isle of Skye

New dinosaur footprints discovered on Isle of Skye

The footprints are 170 million-years-old

'Jeremy Corbyn has a blindspot for organised hatred of Jews and doesn't understand', says Michael Gove

Michael Gove: 'Corbyn has a blindspot for organised hatred of Jewish people'

Michael Gove: 'Corbyn has a blindspot for organised hatred of Jewish people'

The environment secretary said the story won't go away until Jeremy Corbyn tackles anti-Semitism

Evidence 'hidden and deliberately withheld by police and prosecutors'

Evidence 'hidden and deliberately withheld by police and prosecutors'

Evidence 'hidden and deliberately withheld by police and prosecutors'

The Centre for Criminal Appeals gathered information through a Freedom of Information request

Closest man to Manchester Arena bomb to survive reveals what he's been through

Manchester bomb survivor: 'There was no blood left in me'

Manchester bomb survivor: 'There was no blood left in me'

Manchester Arena bomb survivor Martin Hibbert joined Mike Graham and Katie Perrior to tell them about his "miracle" recovery

More than 1,000 companies yet to submit figures on gender pay gap

More than 1,000 companies yet to submit figures on gender pay gap

More than 1,000 companies yet to submit figures on gender pay gap

The Government deadline to submit the figures is tomorrow (April 4)

'There's a perception murders are one black criminal killing another black criminal', says former police officer

Former police officer: 'There's a perception murders are one black criminal killing another'

'There's a perception murders are one black criminal killing another'

Former police officer Norman Brennan spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the recent spate of violent crimes

'Alison Levitt in charge of CPS would be wrongly accused victim's worst nightmare'

'Alison Levitt in charge of CPS would be wrongly accused victim's worst nightmare'

'Alison Levitt in charge of CPS would be wrongly accused victim's nightmare'

It is thought Alison Saunders may be replaced by Alison Levitt as the director of public prosecutions

The Crown Prosecution Service is well known in the legal profession as being the knackers yard for the incompetent solicitor If you're not good enough to get a job in private practice you go to the CPS So it’s disorganised and so it needs not only strong leadership but it also needs strong moral leadership Someone who tells the public one thing but privately does the opposite like Alison Levett Someone who is personally criticised for their behaviour in a judge's ruling like Alison Levett is the worst possi

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'Child poverty suggests failure in parenting, not Government'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'Child poverty suggests failure in parenting'

Julia Hartley-Brewer discussed child poverty with author and former teacher Francis Gilbert

Shadow minister Stephen Pound doesn't endorse Jeremy Corbyn's leadership 'on personal basis'

Shadow minister Stephen Pound 'not endorsing' Corbyn leadership

Shadow minister Stephen Pound 'not endorsing' Corbyn leadership

Stephen Pound discussed the Labour leader with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Monday 2 April 2018

Monday 2 April 2018

Anti-Semitism: 'Jeremy Corbyn needs to face up to problem of anti-Semitism in order to govern'

Anti-Semitism: 'Jeremy Corbyn needs to face up to problem in order to govern'

Anti-Semitism: 'Jeremy Corbyn needs to face up to problem in order to govern'

Former advisor to Tony Blair, John McTernan, says Labour has had an influx of people from the left

Man left bankrupt after wife gambles millions

Man left bankrupt after wife gambles 'millions'

Man left bankrupt after wife gambles 'millions'

Christopher Forte claims he allowed his wife to borrow money from him because he was in love

Spy poisoning: Russia's foreign minister accuses UK of 'putting all decency aside and resorting to fake news '

Skripal poisoning: Russia minister accuses UK of 'fake news'

Skripal poisoning: Russia minister accuses UK of 'fake news'

Sergei Lavrov has appeared to suggest Britain's secret services may have been involved in the Sergei Skripal poisoning

British teenager suspected of Essex murder arrested in Amsterdam

British teenager suspected of Essex murder arrested in Amsterdam

British teenager suspected of Essex murder arrested in Amsterdam

Police previously offered a reward of up to £10,000 for information on Bradley Blundell

Lung cancer drug could be used in targeted therapy for breast cancer

Lung cancer drug could be used in targeted therapy for breast cancer

Lung cancer drug could be used in targeted therapy for breast cancer

Institute of Cancer Research scientists found lung cancer drug crizotinib can kill breast cancer cells that have a particular genetic defect

'Mass media has declared war on Jeremy Corbyn', says George Galloway

'The mass media has declared war on Jeremy Corbyn', says George Galloway

'Mass media has declared war on Jeremy Corbyn', says George Galloway

George Galloway believes Jeremy Corbyn is under siege, as the anti-Semitism row continues

NHS 'winter crisis' could continue into the summer

NHS 'winter crisis' could continue into the summer

NHS 'winter crisis' could continue into the summer

The British Medical Association warned levels of demands and activity this summer could mirror winters of two or three years ago

'Children are malnourished, grey and in dirty clothes', headteachers warn

'Children are malnourished, grey and in dirty clothes', headteachers warn

'Children are malnourished, grey and in dirty clothes', headteachers warn

Headteachers claim some children put food from the school in their pockets to take home

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