By Nick Moore

Wednesday 21 March 2018

Wednesday 21 March 2018

​Research finds that Scotland’s poorest people are disproportionately affected by the availability of alcohol in their neighbourhood

Low earners drink too much, study claims

Low earners drink too much, study claims

Experts call for "radical" policy changes to tackle health inequalities and alcohol-related harm

Concerns have been raised that some elderly people are continuing to drive when they are not fit to do so

Five million over-70s on Britain's roads

Five million over-70s on Britain's roads

265 Britons over the age of 100 hold a licence, with four people aged 104 the oldest licensed drivers

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been called on to explain the company's data protection procedures to MPs in person

Facebook: Academic claims he is being used as scapegoat by social network

Facebook: Academic claims he is being used as scapegoat by social network

Facebook has acted against Dr Aleksandr Kogan, but the psychologist claims his actions were legal

Tuesday 20 March 2018

Tuesday 20 March 2018

The bride and groom-to-be have opted for a lighter cake to the traditional fruit option

East London baker chosen to bake cake fit for a Prince and Princess

East London baker chosen to bake cake fit for a Prince and Princess

Claire Ptak “thrilled” to get call to whip up royal wedding lemon elderflower cake

Kiera Moore would have celebrated her third birthday next Tuesday

Two-year-old girl died after car river plunge

Two-year-old girl died after car river plunge

A two-year-old girl has died in what appears to be a tragic accident after a car plunged into a river in Wales

Paul Worthington, 50, told police he viewed "adult X-rated" porn on the laptop but officers did not seize the computer

Poppi Worthington: Man arrested over missing laptop

Poppi Worthington: Man arrested over missing laptop

Mr Worthington will not face any legal action despite new developments in Poppi case

The data watchdog is looking at whether Facebook secured personal information

Information Commissioner investigates Facebook actions as it seeks warrant for Cambridge Analytica

Information Commissioner to investigate if Facebook acted appropriately

Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that Facebook-Cambridge Analytica investigations are ongoing

An estimated shortfall of £556m in 2017/18 meant roads are in poor condition, claims the report

Spending on roads 'way short' of amount needed, claims study

Spending on roads 'way short' of amount needed, claims study

Many roads close to unusable, according to a new report

Nearly £21 million has been spent keeping Grenfell Tower survivors in hotel rooms, new figures suggest

Kensington MP: Amount spent on Grenfell survivor hotels enough to 'build tower three times'

Amount spent on Grenfell survivor hotels enough to 'build tower three times'

Nearly £21 million has been spent keeping Grenfell Tower survivors in hotel rooms, new figures suggest

Monday 19 March 2018

Monday 19 March 2018

Neil Basu, praised the public’s willingness to act in response to last year’s unprecedented rise in terrorist activity

Counter Terrorism Chief: Public is highly effective intelligence source

Counter Terrorism Chief: Public is highly effective intelligence source

Launch of new anti-terror film and online tool will help foil more plots, says new Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations

May hit back at Vladimir Putin's dismissal of the British Government claims

Russian state was culpable for Salisbury poisoning, says May

Russian state culpable for Salisbury poisoning, says Theresa May

Russian state had "capability, motive and intent" to carry out attack, according to the Prime Minister

Patrik Gunar was jailed for three years for the shocking attack

Mugger weeps in dock after being jailed for attack on 12-year-old

Mugger weeps in dock after being jailed for attack on 12-year-old

Attacker Patrik Gunar was caught after footage of his crime was widely shared online

David Davis (left) and the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier

'Decisive step' towards Brexit has been taken, says EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier

'Decisive step' towards Brexit taken, says EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier

The EU chief presented an agreement alongside Brexit Secretary David Davis that he claims will see Brexit move forward

 Landkey Primary School in Barnstaple was among the schools targeted

'Targeting children is not a pleasant thing,' says headmaster after nationwide school bomb threats

'Targeting children is not pleasant,' says headmaster after bomb threats

400 schools around the UK received a hoax bomb threat on Monday

Friday 24 February 2017

Friday 24 February 2017

Copeland by-election was 'a stunning result against a useless opposition', says Conservative MP Anna Soubry

Copeland by-election was 'a stunning result against a useless opposition', says Conservative MP Anna Soubry

Copeland by-election was 'a stunning result against a useless opposition'

Conservative MP Anna Soubry has told Paul Ross that the Copeland by-election was 'amazing and historic', and showed up Labour as a 'useless opposition'

Thursday 14 July 2016

Thursday 14 July 2016

‘I could have quit music, but it’s not in my nature’, says Jake Quickenden

‘I could have quit music, but it’s not in my nature’, says Jake Quickenden

‘I could have quit music, but it’s not in my nature’, says Jake Quickenden

The X Factor and I'm A Celeb star talks about overcoming his setbacks with Johnny Seifert

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