The 16-year-old male was arrested at his home in Wolverhampton on Wednesday and was due to be questioned later
The lawyer representing Behailu Kebede, the occupant of the fourth-floor flat in which the Grenfell Tower fire started, says his client has suffered from trauma
Sir Keir Starmer has ruled out backing measures that would see the UK remain in the European Economic Area after Brexit
Sam Gyimah, a former Oxford student, said the elite universities had not done enough
There was panic as a fresh eruption sparked an evacuation of areas surrounding the Volcan de Fuego
Melanie Coles, a teacher who lives in the Grenfell Tower area, was interviewed for a piece about the Grenfell community and says recordings were posted without her consent. The LRB plans to publish a response in its next issue
Stephanie Barwise QC, representing survivors and the bereaved, claimed that Rydon, the main contractor, was being "disingenuous" about its involvement.
Jon Thompson said quitting the European Union without a deal would cost Britain £20 billion.
Fanuel Garcia, director of the National Institute of Forensic Sciences, said 69 bodies had been recovered and 17 of those had been identified.
The divisive issue is on the agenda as Prime Minister Theresa May chairs a meeting of ministers on the Cabinet's economic sub-committee.
The Prime Minister told President Donald Trump his tariffs were "disappointing"
Safaa Boular, now 18, secretly discussed the murderous scheme with her sister and mother using coded language which had an Alice in Wonderland tea party theme.
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has condemned the train operator the chaotic effect its reduced timetable has had
Dr Barbara Lane also claimed that the key players involved in the 2016 refurbishment had not ascertained how the new cladding system would behave in a fire.
The GMB Union found that over 160,000 people were taken to court over non-payment of social care fees
The funnyman, who has cerebral palsy and uses pre-recorded sentences on a computer for his stand-up act, dazzled the audience and judges with his hilarious routine in the grand final.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid will outline plans to work more closely with businesses to eradicate the "safe spaces" that are exploited by violent extremists.
Expert reports detailing the cause of the inferno and why it spread so quickly are to be published as the inquiry hears an opening statement from its top lawyer.
It is hoped the new policy will better prepare novice motorists for driving at higher speeds and learn how to use motorways correctly.
The company said it is working towards resolving the problem after complaints from users on social media.
The store closures will be carried out through a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) - a move which allows companies to close loss-making shops and secure rental discounts.
Michael Fitzpatrick was seen holding his three-year-old son in one arm, dummy in mouth, and using his other to grapple or punch at opposition players during a Europa League match.
Police were called at 2.30am on Friday by paramedics to reports of an unresponsive woman inside a residential address in Brent.
Connie Yates and Chris Gard have put the £1.3 million they raised for treatment for their late son Charlie into a foundation to help ill children
Northern Ireland could be given joint EU and UK status and a "buffer zone" on its border with the Republic, under new plans being drawn up by the Brexit Secretary, according to reports.
A 21-year-old man is in custody after a car ploughed into pedestrians in Manchester yesterday. It is not thought to be terror-related
Up to 850 women in England and Wales could benefit from a targeted pill that treats ovarian cancer.
A night of violence in London left four men in critical conditions after one was shot and three others stabbed. One arrest has been made
Donald Trump imposed a 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminium, throwing Theresa May's plans for a trade partnership with the US into question
In a letter to Conservative party chairman Brandon Lewis, the MCB highlighted a number of recent allegations which it said represented "the tip of the iceberg" of Islamophobic attitudes within the party.
One in eight people has turned a hobby into a career in industries including technology and music, according to new research.
Business minister Andrew Griffith said the excuses given by companies as to why no women were on their senior boards were "pitiful and patronising"
They've joined some other European countries in deciding to ban garments that cover the face, including Islamic veils such as the niqab or burqa.
Husnain Rashid had maintained his innocence throughout proceedings at Woolwich Crown Court, but on Thursday unexpectedly admitted a string of terror offences.
SSE is the latest energy company to announce price increases, following British Gas. MPs called the hikes 'disappointing'
The number of GPs who plan to leave the profession in the next five years is at an all-time high, a new report has found.
Arkady Babchenko, the Russian journalist who appeared alive after being reported dead, could have played into Russia's hands by giving them an opportunity to deny fabricating the news
A survey of over 47,000 school-age children showed they preferred writing texts to stories or diaries, and less than half enjoy writing
Alice Marie Johnson, 63, has been in prison since 1996 for a first-time drug offence
The country's security services said Arkady Babchenko's death was faked in order to foil a plot to take his life.
The TV star apologised for the offensive tweet about Valerie Jarrett, which prompted US network ABC to cancel Barr's show Roseanne.
Police are not treating the incident as terror-related and there were no weapons recovered.
More than half related to payday loans, with customers warning the ombudsman about irresponsible lending and unaffordable loans.
The pair, both 51, have pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud by false representation.