Home Secretary Sajid Javid ordered part one of the review last month following a number of high-profile cases involving children being denied access to cannabis oil
England fans have been urged not to make the job of fire crews fighting moorland blazes harder by leaving barbecues unattended
The health service, which is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its creation this week, ended the last financial year with almost 100,000 vacancies
New Office for National Statistics data shows that the largest reduction in smoking prevalence since 2011 has been noted among 18 to 24-year-olds
The £4.5 million initiative aimed at making society more inclusive for the LGBT community brands so-called "gay cure" conversion therapies "abhorrent"
Christie Elan-Cane believes the UK's passport application process, which requires individuals to indicate whether they are male or female, is inherently discriminatory.
Seven Supreme Court justices in London will announce their decision on Thursday, at a time of intense political debate on the issue
Julian Monaghan, 49, was arrested at Gatwick Airport on January 18 on suspicion of reporting for duty as a pilot when his level of alcohol was over the prescribed limit
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
BT has pledged to bring all its call centres back to the UK and Ireland and is planning a converged broadband and mobile network as part of raft of announcements for its customers.
Labour is keeping an open mind over Britain being part of the European Economic Area (EEA) after it quits the European Union, says the Labour MP.
The police have reported several cases of violent crime across the capital after bank holiday weekend bloodshed.
'One of the most important amendments of the entire process', says shadow Brexit minister
Former policeman Norman Brennan says officers routinely have to prioritise emergency calls
'Simple measure would improve the wellbeing of women', they argue
Further details of the visit to be set out 'in due course', says Downing Street
International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt defended US-led missile strikes against the Syrian regime, saying Moscow had blocked every attempt to hold it to account for its illegal use of chemical weapons
The Government's Department for Business is one of the parts of government most deeply affected by EU withdrawal
Stephen Pollard, the editor of the Jewish Chronicle, has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn didn't seem to be making a "a serious attempt to deal with anti-Semitism"
The former prime minister said Europeans should not allow differences with "any one American policy or president" to undermine relations with the US
A spokeswoman for the Christian Legal Centre, representing Alfie's parents, said the case is due to be heard at the Court of Appeal on Wednesday afternoon
Mark Meechan, who was fined £800, is looking to employ top litigators to 'reverse the standard that this case sets'
The Cambridge academic at the centre of a row over the use of Facebook users' private data has dismissed claims the information could have been used to influence voters
'The only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them,' says the heir to the throne
The Health Secretary warned that after the "most challenging" winter for many years there is "no doubt" about the pressures the service is under
The number of Britons looking for jobs in the EU increased by 15% in recent months, suggesting a "Brexodus" of workers
All those involved "know where the EU stands" but "more clarity" is still needed from the UK, EU chief Michel Barnier said
Doctors have been left "gobsmacked" after Alfie Evans' life-support was withdrawn but he continued to live
Apple has announced its support for the Government's Year of Engineering scheme, designed to get more school children to enter the profession
National figures, including Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle, will join Stephen's family for the event being held today in the central London
The number of contracts not guaranteeing regular hours represents 6% of all contracts, unchanged from the previous figure
St David's, St Patrick's, St George's and St Andrew's Day will all be days off, if Corbyn is elected
The 30-year-old, a self-described "professional s*** poster" and free speech advocate, said the video had been misunderstood
Sergei Lavrov also alleges stockpile of chemicals produced in Germany and England
Customs union 'a means to stop Brexit' and peers voted 'to protect vested interests'
New cross-party Russia Co-ordination Group held its first meeting on Wednesday (April 18)
China one of just three members of UN Security Council to vote for resolution condemning the strikes
A high of 28C would beat the 2001 April high of 27.8C (82F), says Met Office
Wednesday could see the hottest day of the year so far - as temperatures may reach as high as 25C (77F) in the South East