A well-known criminal from Newcastle has been cleared of ordering the ride-by shooting of a bouncer. John Henry Sayers, 54, is still facing a prison sentence for perverting the course of justice. Sayers was accused of ordering Michael Dixon, 50, to carry out the shooting after his son was thrown out from the club and punched by a doorman in an altercation a few weeks prior.
The number of cases of the highly infectious disease during 2018 have already outstripped any year since 2010.
The remains of Phil Robson, 65, have crashed to the ground after the helium balloon carrying them burst somewhere over Kent.
Staff at the airport have resorted to manually writing out crucial information such as gate numbers for each departure.
Tory MPs Anna Soubry and Phillip Lee have attacked Leave.EU's plan to change the Conservative leadership.
A man has appeared in court accused of attempting to murder members of the public and police officers in an attack outside the Houses of Parliament. Terror suspect Salih Khater, 29, allegedly drove his silver Ford Fiesta into cyclists and pedestrians before swerving towards police officers and crashing into a security barrier. The Sudanese-born suspect, who is a British citizen, was arrested by armed police outside the Palace of Westminster last Tuesday.
The baby was born over Penzance in Cornwall after his mother went into labour while visiting the Isles of Scilly.
Kay Longstaff fell from the back of the Norwegian Star as it sailed 60 miles off the Croatian coast on Saturday.
Joe Xuereb was arrested after the women were targeted in Adderley Gardens, Greenwich, south-east London, on Sunday.
A group of chickens have taken over a new housing estate in Norfolk after a former resident left a rooster and hen when they moved out
Joanna Dennehy, who is serving a life sentence for stabbing three men to death, was reportedly found with her throat slit after a suicide pact with her girlfriend at HMP Bronzefield.
Anti-tourist protesters in Barcelona urge visitors to throw themselves from balconies in sick posters around the Spanish city
Scientists discover a 3,300-year-old cheese, thought to be the world's oldest, in Egypt, but it is riddled with bacteria.
British Airways employee Nadia Eweida, who won a landmark legal action to wear a crucifix to work, is launching a fresh claim against the airline for 'victimisation'.
Sixteen per cent of people say they think worse of Jeremy Corbyn following claims he took part in a wreath-laying ceremony for terrorists.