Muhammad Rodwan has been jailed for 16 years with a further three years on extended licence at the Old Bailey for a “brutal and shocking” machete attack on PC Stuart Outten.
The National Audit Office has said the complexity and risks of the high speed rail project were underestimated from the beginning.
The Conservative MP has said Britain now faces the "most difficult phase of all" after Boris Johnson’s Brexit Bill became UK law yesterday.
Muhammad Rodwan, 56, is found guilty of wounding with intent but cleared of attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
Columnist Brendan O'Neill argues that it is a "tough time for chivalrous people" as he gives his take on feminism and identity politics.
The former MP said those hoping to replace Jeremy Corbyn must reach out to the public and show "contrition" over the general election loss.
A new law will now give parents who suffer the loss of a child under 18 the legal right to two week’s paid leave from work.
Boris Johnson has hailed crossing the “Brexit finish line” after the Parliament approved his Withdrawal Agreement Bill for the final time.
The future king told the World Economic Forum in Davos that climate change was one of the “greatest threats humanity has ever faced”.
More than 830,000 people who have served in the Armed Forces will benefit from cheaper train travel, according to the Transport Department.
The SNP’s Commons leader claimed that "powers are being grabbed back to Westminster" as he took on Boris Johnson in PMQs.
The former justice secretary said the fact that Labour has never had a female leader “makes people wonder” whether the party is sexist.
The backbencher said she could not be the person to "unite all parts" of the Labour movement as she ended her bid to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.
The teenage activist told political and business leaders in Davos that environmental movements pushing for action were "just the beginning".
New plans could see terrorists taking a lie detector test to prove they have been reformed and no longer pose a danger to the public.
More than 100 climate change activists gathered for an “epic day of action” in the Colne Valley to protest the high speed rail project.
Prince Harry has said stepping back from royal duties is “a leap of faith” but said it was a step forward towards a "more peaceful life".
William Haines, 18, and a 17-year-old have been found guilty of the "savage and callous attack" that killed 18-year-old Yusuf Mohamed.
The Liberal Democrat MP said EU citizens who have lived and worked in Britain "for decades" should be given an automatic right to remain.
The Transport Secretary has denied any illegality in the moves made by the government to help save Flybe from potential collapse.
Ben Wegener, 34, was handed a 10 year jail term after he and two others smashed through a London jewellery shop window in a Range Rover.
The outgoing MEP said the decision by Commons officials to rule out chiming Big Ben showed the government was "embarrassed" by Brexit.
The fundraising page for Big Ben to chime on January 31 has reached 20 per cent of its target in less than 24 hours.
Television cameras could soon be entering the courtroom to film a judge's sentencing remarks in criminal cases for the first time.
The SNP's Westminster leader said the PM's rejection of a second poll on Scottish independence was "unacceptable and unsustainable".
The Central Council of Church Bell Ringers said it does not endorse ringing bells in churches “for political reasons” such as Brexit.
Thomas Markle could form part of the defence and testify against his daughter in a legal battle launched by the duchess over privacy.
The Conservative MP said it was "brilliant" that the PM has suggested a crowdfunder to meet the costs of "bonging" Big Ben on Brexit day.
Boris Johnson said he is “absolutely confident” that the Royal Family will "sort out" the future roles of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Aaron Fyle, 29, murdered 74-year-old Eulin Hastings on January 10 2017 before being pursued by police in a dramatic rooftop chase.
Culture Minister Helen Whately told talkRADIO that the government and Gambling Commission were taking "decisive action".
The newly elected MP has backed Rebecca Long-Bailey to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as the first phase of the contest draws to a close today.
Guardian writer Carole Cadwalladr accused Mr Morgan being accused of "persecuting a young woman with a different skin colour".
The Duke of Sussex will meet with his grandmother to find a solution to his wish for him and Meghan Markle to step back as a senior royals.
Shackim Purnell-Taylor, 19, stabbed 22-year-old Leo Marcus six times with a kitchen knife after stealing his rucksack and bike.
Protesters say the Australian government has "failed" to protect citizens from the unprecedented fire crisis that has claimed 26 lives.
Andrew Elliott and two accomplices ransacked a north London jeweller and managed to escape, despite getting locked in by the security door.
Christine Jardine said the government’s decision not to enshrine the rights of child refugees in the Brexit Bill is a "discredit to all of us".
Sir John Hayes said flying the national flag would be a "fitting tribute" and would show that Britain is "unafraid of our patriotism".
The spoon-bending psychic has put himself forward for a government job, after Boris Johnson's most senior aide asked "weirdos" to apply.
Mr Corbyn attacked Boris Johnson's response to escalating tension in Iran during Prime Minister's Questions.
Siobhain McDonagh slated the current Labour leader, and announced she would be backing Jess Phillips to become his successor.
The ex-deputy Labour leader said Sir Keir Starmer was "a frontrunner" and dubbed Rebecca Long-Bailey the "continuity Corbyn candidate".
Eight men have been arrested after a confrontation between the Cheshire Hunt Saboteurs campaign group and the local hunting organisation.
Ann Widdecombe said the north was "forgotten" during the election campaign, and called on the PM to do more for voters outside of London.
The 19-year-old has received a four-month suspended sentence for claiming she was raped by a gang of Israeli youths.
The Brexit Party leader said the House of Lords "needs to go", but refused to rule out the possibility of becoming a Sir or Lord.
Iran has vowed to take "severe revenge" after an Iranian general was assassinated in a US air strike at Baghdad airport.
A judge in Norwich has ruled that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief and therefore should be protected by the Equality Act 2010.
The chair of the foreign affairs committee has called for a new Treason Act to deal with British citizens who join terrorist organisations.
The backbencher confirmed her bid to succeed Jeremy Corbyn, promising to challenge the Boris Johnson with "passion, heart and precision".
Iranian military leader General Qassem Soleimani has been killed in an air strike in Baghdad ordered by US president Donald Trump.
Dominic Cummings has appealed to "super-talented weirdos" to apply for jobs in Downing Street to improve government decision making.
The Transport Secretary defended an average 2.7 per cent rail fare increase as necessary to improve services.
The Met Police has shared some of the 22,000 time-wasting 999 calls it received this year, including a woman with the wrong chip shop order.