By Nick Moore

Wednesday 4 April 2018

Wednesday 4 April 2018

Britons and Syrians share many opinions on what is most valuable for a good life

Study: Syrian refugees and British citizens share 'substantial common ground'

Study: Syrian refugees and British citizens share 'substantial common ground'

UK-based refugees are most likely to remain and contribute to their host economy and are "much better supported" compared to those elsewhere

The Beano's Mike Stirling listed alleged infringements of the comic's copyright including Walter's hair parting, round glasses, spotty ties and vintage apparel

Beano comic asks Rees-Mogg to 'cease and desist' from copying Walter the Softy

Beano comic asks Rees-Mogg to 'cease and desist' from copying Walter the Softy

Beano Studios has written to the Conservative MP, warning that his distinctive style is a rip-off of Walter

Saturday Night Takeaway is up against Britain's Got Talent, The Voice and Michael McIntyre's Big Show

BAFTAs: Saturday Night Takeaway, The Crown, Line of Duty and Black Mirror up for awards

BAFTAs: Saturday Night Takeaway, The Crown and Line of Duty up for gongs

Saturday Night Takeaway has been nominated for a TV BAFTA - just days after Declan Donnelly had to host the show alone

Scientists at Porton Down say they have not verified that the substance in the Skripal case came from Russia

Diane Abbott: Government rushed to blame Putin for poisoning

Diane Abbott: Government rushed to blame Putin for poisoning

Labour has accused the Government of rushing to blame Vladimir Putin for the Salisbury nerve agent attack

Supermarkets are expected to focus on lowering prices and use more promotions

Relief for shoppers as food price rises slow down

Relief for shoppers as food price rises slow down

A substantial slowdown in food price rises has provided welcome respite for consumers

May claims "major injustices still hold too many women back"

May vows to tackle 'burning injustice' of gender pay gap

May vows to tackle 'burning injustice' of gender pay gap

The Prime Minister used an article in The Telegraph to compare the pay gap to the women's suffrage campaign a century ago

Nasim Aghdam (photo credit Facebook/ Nasim Aghdam)

YouTube shooter who wounded three had 'vented anger' at video sharing site

YouTube shooter who wounded three had 'vented anger' at video sharing site

Police have named the suspect as Nasim Aghdam, 39, and say they are still investigating a motive

The boy's death took the capital's murder toll for the year so far to 48 in little over three months

London shooting: Second teenager dies

London shooting: Second teenager dies

The youth, who was shot in the face in Walthamstow, died in hospital with his family by his bedside on Tuesday evening

Tuesday 3 April 2018

Tuesday 3 April 2018

De La Rue said it was the "highest quality and technically most secure" option for producing the post-Brexit travel document

British firm prepares legal challenge over passport plans

British firm prepares legal challenge over passport plans

Manufacturer De La Rue has said it is preparing to take the Government to court over plans to award a contract to produce blue British passports to a Franco-Dutch firm

A 17-year-old girl was shot dead "for no reason at all" in a fatal drive-by attack during a night of violence in London

Tottenham girl's shooting was due to 'postcode war'

Tottenham girl's shooting was due to 'postcode war'

The teenager, named locally as Tanesha, was with friends in Chalgrove Road, Tottenham, north London, when she was murdered

At some hospitals, nearly 88% of ambulance arrivals took longer than 15 minutes to hand over because the A&E units were so full

Report: Thousands of ambulances delayed at A&E daily

Report: Thousands of ambulances delayed at A&E daily

Emergency vehicles are being prevented from responding to 999 calls, says the study

Chalgrove Road in Tottenham

17-year-old girl shot dead in North London night of violence

17-year-old girl shot dead in North London night of violence

A 16-year-old boy is also in critical condition after two shootings in London

Monday 2 April 2018

Monday 2 April 2018

Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian dual citizen, is serving a five-year prison sentence for spying charges

Husband of Briton jailed in Iran slams Boris Johnson failures

Husband of Briton jailed in Iran slams Boris Johnson failures

Richard Ratcliffe said the battle to set his wife free has become a "test of endurance"

The British-led project will have a huge impact on research

High speed camera will offer 'game changing' pictures of our universe

High speed camera will offer 'game changing' pictures of our universe

A 3.5 million euro camera will provide "a unique new view of the universe" now it has been installed on the world's largest telescope

The gender balance of BBC contributors will be monitored on a monthly basis

BBC targets contributor gender equality by 2019

BBC targets contributor gender equality by 2019

The broadcaster said it is seeking to guarantee there is a 50:50 split in the expert contributors featured on its news, current affairs and topical programmes

Saunders' tenure in the post has been marked by a series of legal controversies

Chief Prosecutor Alison Saunders to quit

Chief Prosecutor Alison Saunders to quit

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DDP) Alison Saunders is to stand down in the autumn at the end of her five year term of office

Friday 30 March 2018

Friday 30 March 2018

Sergei Skripal remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital

Poisoning: Yulia Skripal ‘conscious and talking’

Poisoning: Yulia Skripal ‘conscious and talking’

The daughter of the Russian double agent has reportedly regained consciousness

A 22-year-old Briton punched Stannard in an 'unprovoked attack'

British man charged with assault of Australian rugby captain

British man charged with assault of Australian rugby captain

Australian rugby sevens leader James Stannard was left hospital with a head injury

Five train operators are now embroiled in the dispute over trains without guards

Fresh strikes hit South Western Railways on Good Friday

Fresh strikes hit South Western Railways on Good Friday

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union on South Western Railway will refuse to work any rest days over the Easter break

Asda beat Tesco, while Waitrose was most expensive

Asda comes out top in Which? survey of supermarket prices

Asda comes out top in Which? survey of supermarket prices

There is an almost £9 difference in cost for an identical basket of groceries at the most expensive and cheapest supermarkets

The world's first comprehensive agreement on climate change commits countries to keeping temperatures "well below" 2C above pre-industrial levels

Report: UK must aim for ‘net zero’ emissions to tackle climate change

Report: UK must aim for ‘net zero’ emissions to tackle climate change

Climate Change Act has been a success, but should be bolstered further to meet Paris Agreement

The Home Office said it had asked forces to review their use of bail

Thousands of violent offence suspects released

Thousands of violent offence suspects released

More than 3,000 people were released under investigation for offences such as murder and rape by 12 police forces over a three-month period

Thursday 29 March 2018

Thursday 29 March 2018

School buildings are beginning to crumble, or becoming unsuitable for staff and students, the survey claims

Teacher survey: British schools damp, mouldy and too small

Teacher survey: British schools damp, mouldy and too small

"This Government, which is cutting capital funding for schools, is neglecting basic duty," claims Shadow education secretary

The signing went 'right to the wire' according to our presenter

'Just get a bloody pen!' – Katie Perrior on signing of Article 50

'Just get a bloody pen!' – Katie Perrior on signing of Article 50

Our presenter had to call the shots when it came to getting the document inked

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