A teenage Satanist who murdered two sisters in a random park attack as part of a twisted demonic pact to win the lottery has been jailed.Killer 18 at time of attacks »
The overall provisional headcount of officers in England and Wales is now 139,908, according to Home Office figures to the end of September.
The US has asked the High Court to overturn the decision that blocked Julian Assange's extradition on spying charges. In January, a judge said the WikiLeaks founder should not be handed over as he might kill himself in a US prison. US authorities have now said Assange could serve any jail term in his home country of Australia.
Insulate Britain protestors are arrested for blocking the A40 in Dartford, on the outskirts of London. Louise Lancaster, who has previously blocked roads in central London, is read her Miranda Rights as she is arrested for blocking a road.
Iran's foreign minister called on the Taliban to adopt a "friendly" approach, during a meeting Wednesday of Afghanistan's six neighbouring countries to determine a "roadmap" following the Islamists' takeover of Kabul.
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Everyone is getting very excited about COP26 up in Glasgow, apart from anyone who lives in Glasgow, who can look forward to all the chaos that comes from thousands of people from all over the world flying into a city to discuss how to stop other people getting on planes. The extreme weather conditions which we are seeing across the world, on these shores and indeed in our capital city, the floods we saw earlier in the year, made many of us sit up and realise that this is not a drill. There is a lot of anger and fear about climate change.
The Vatican says Pope Francis has agreed to visit Canada to help reconciliation efforts with Indigenous peoples following shocking revelations of the Catholic church's role in the abuse and deaths of thousands of native children
The TV industry has worked to broaden LGBT+ representation on televisions, but asexual characters are still few and far in between.
Spokesperson says president’s chief medical adviser ‘is not involved and has never been involved in this study’
Environmentalists oppose institution’s new Energy Revolution gallery being funded by Adani Group subsidiary with ties to coal industry
The Hollywood star was pictured grabbing some bargains with her 13-year-old daughter Vivienne on Oxford Street.
The world’s first ever ‘thinking’ robot has just been created. Using brain-like neurons grown in a lab, Japanese scientists managed to get the machine to steer its way around a small maze. A technique called ‘physical reservoir computing’ enabled it to make sense of the brain waves and dodge barriers.
UK foreign aid cuts to stay in place for at least another three years. Ministers say overseas budget will be capped at o.5% of gross national income until borrowing reduces
On Budget day, Chancellors also treat us to a barrage of future projections to back up their precise courses of action. Now, one or two of these 10 indeterminables are in the Government’s hands to resolve, such as Brexit.
A criminal involved in the UK's biggest ever domestic burglary has admitted a plot to smuggle £26 million worth of cash and jewellery stolen from celebrities' homes out of the country.
ABBA have confirmed they are retiring from the spotlight and their upcoming album will be their last. The four-piece Swedish pop group - who first shot to fame in 1972 and are known for hits Dancing Queen, Waterloo and Lay All Your Love on Me - are set to release their first album in 40 years, Voyage, on November 5. Speaking to The Guardian, two members of the supergroup - Benny Andersson, 74, and Bjorn Ulvaeus, 76 - said there will be no more music from the foursome following the release and concerts.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced the suspension of the HGV levy will be extended until 2023 to tackle shortages, and new funding will be made available to improve lorry park facilities.