A motorist was jailed for eight years on Wednesday for leaving a serving soldier with life changing injuries after mowing him down in Leeds.
Climate change was mentioned on British TV less times in a year than cats, picnics and cake, analysis has found.
Deciding whether or not to have a child is one of life’s biggest choices, a study revealed.
Facebook has issued a “one strike” policy for users breaking the rules of its livestreaming feature, following the mosque terror attack in New Zealand.
An ad for betting firm William Hill seen on the dating app Tinder has been banned for linking gambling to sexual success.
James Brokenshire has been criticised for having four ovens in his kitchen, with one critic saying he had more ovens than affordable houses being built in his area last year.
A group of middle-aged men have recreated their primary school football team photo after tracking down former teammates on social media.
Eye problems experienced by millions of Britons could be due to a lack of blinking when looking at screens, research has revealed.
A Shetland Islands festival has come under fire from campaigners for not allowing women to take part.
Danny Baker received a standing ovation after his first live show since he was fired from the BBC for a posting a "racist" tweet.
A man who threatened to stab audience members at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre was spared jail this week.
A child protection campaigner has claimed the Pope’s announcement of internally reporting child abuse in the Catholic Church will not help to prevent the crimes.
Over six billion pounds worth of unworn jewellery is sitting in boxes in the UK, according to research.
Officials have announced they will create further opportunities for female athletes in the games, and refuted claims the move is financially motivated.
Seven fraudsters have been jailed for a total of more than 43 years for hacking into email accounts to steal more than £10million pounds from victims in the UK and abroad.
David Beckham received a six month driving ban for using his mobile phone while driving.
An “alarming” amount of UK police officers and staff suffer from some form of post-traumatic stress disorder, a new study suggests.