Five police officers from four different forces are facing disciplinary action over messages about Wayne Couzens.Received whole-life prison sentence last month »
County more rural and conservative than western Washington
Ivory poaching has led to evolution of tuskless elephants, study finds. Researchers say findings in Mozambique demonstrate impact of human interference in nature
‘School-to-prison pipeline’: youth justice services failing black boys. Probation inspectorate finds lack of curiosity behind inaction on youth offending disparities across England
Conservative Party fundraising bosses are embroiled in a row over claims they offered dinner with the housing secretary to property developers for £4,000, Sky News can reveal. Michael Gove refused to be sat with developers at an event at the party's conference in Manchester earlier this month following a furious behind the scenes row. The dinner, which offered those willing to pay an opportunity to "place a preference of senior minister to host your table", prompted concerns over the potential for conflict of interest.
Jerry Pinkney, a prize-winning children’s book illustrator known for his richly textured images of Black life, fables and fairy tales in works ranging from “The Lion and the Mouse” to “The Sunday Outing,” has died at 81
Polarising Arizona Senator has turned her back on the people who elected her, say former advisory board members
Remy Daillet, a French far-right conspiracy theorist, is being held in custody for planning violence and attacks against the state, a source close to the case told AFP on Thursday.
Students should not be allowed to be bullied or intimidated for attending events with external speakers, Colonel Richard Kemp has said.
The Prince of Wales chatted to the Good Morning Britain host during a Prince’s Trust award ceremony.
The argument now distracting and dominating the European Union is an unequal battle with the potential for far-reaching consequences. On one side is Poland, enthusiastically supported by Hungary, and determined to prove that one of the fundamental tenets of European solidarity isn't so fundamental after all. In short, the country's top court, acting on a request from Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, declared that, in some areas, the national constitution took precedence over European law.
Morning mail: Melbourne exits lockdown, Barnaby Joyce’s ‘carbon bomb’, ‘free land’ offer. Friday: Fully vaccinated people are enjoying new freedoms in Victoria. Plus: tiny Queensland town overwhelmed by response to its plan to address a housing crisis
Jonathan Ashworth says ‘we are in favour’ – but party leader calls controversy ‘the wrong focus’
GPs will be balloted about taking industrial action over a Government plan to boost the number of patients seen face-to-face.
Surgeons in America say they have successfully transplanted a pig’s kidney in to a person in a breakthrough that could help ease donor shortages. During the operation at the New York University Langone Health medical centre, surgeons connected the kidney to the blood vessels of the recipient.
English schools must not teach ‘white privilege’ as fact, government warns. Comments ahead of new guidance ‘simplistic and unhelpful’, say teaching unions
It turns out, these Summit Crossover Pocket Leggings ($104) are my new favorites, both for my virtual yoga classes and for just lounging around the house. When I want to feel put together, I pair the leggings with the matching Summit Crisscross Four-Way Top ($74), which is supportive without feeling constricting.
Scottish city ready for ‘unprecedented’ disruption to transport network
Up to 600 prospective jurors could be contacted before British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell goes on trial for sex-trafficking charges. Maxwell, 59, has been charged with procuring teenage girls for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse with the charges dating back to the 1990s - she vehemently denies the allegations. Judge Alison Nathan revealed as many as 600 people could be called over a three day period to determine who could sit as jurors.
Cop26 officials are seeking an agreement for new climate change targets from global leaders as soon as next year, as concerns grow that the Glasgow summit will fall short of its aims.
Jury will begin its delberations on whether Lev Parnas made illegal campaign contributions to Trump campaign
Amendments to the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill set the stage for a parliamentary tussle known as ping-pong.
A cold front was forecast for parts of Georgia on Thursday, October 21, bringing a marginal risk for severe thunderstorms, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.This timelapse footage filmed by Robbie Crozier, who said it was taken over the North Georgia Mountains from the community of Big Canoe, shows rain showers moving across the area.A few storms were expected to potentially produce damaging wind gusts, though the overall threat remained low, according to the NWS. Credit: Robbie Crozier via Storyful