The NSPCC is urging parents to talk to their children about the risks of sharing nude pictures with others, after figures revealed more than 2,000 under-18s have been reported to police over the past three years for crimes linked to indecent images. The NSPCC is calling for new solutions to get nude
The Australian consumer watchdog on Thursday said it sued the Australian arm of world No. 2 carmaker Volkswagen AG for intentionally selling more than 57,000 vehicles with software which lied about levels of toxic emissions. "These allegations involve extraordinary conduct of a serious and deliberate
A pledge by Theresa May to boost economic growth in Britain's regions is to get into gear with a £35m Government investment in the car industry in the West Midlands. Nearly 3,000 skilled engineering and manufacturing jobs will be created in a new business zone at Whitley near Coventry, and there
By Nina Chestney LONDON (Reuters) - The British government should take a tougher stance against Volkswagen after its emissions fraud, as well as increase the use of electric cars and reduce air pollution from transport, a parliamentary environment committee said on Thursday. Almost a year after U.S
The UK's coastlines will become even more dangerous because of climate change, an expert has told Sky News. Two more people died today on Britain's shores - a man scuba diving in Cornwall and a 17-year-old boy in the waters near Sunderland. Last week, five young men were drowned at Camber Sands
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Junior doctors are to stage a series of five day strikes , which could lead to the cancellation of 100,000 operations. The proposed strike action will see medics walking out for five consecutive days in each of the next four months, with "full withdrawal of labour". The action was approved
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Britain's Princess Anne has been among those attending events honouring those who sailed, and the thousands who died, protecting supply convoys dispatched to aid the Soviet Union against Nazi Germany. On Aug. 31, 1941, two months after Hitler's surprise attack on his erstwhile ally prompted
A body has been recovered from the site of the Didcot power station which collapsed in February, Thames Valley Police said. The families of three men missing since the disaster have been informed of the discovery on Wednesday, Thames Valley Police said. Demolition workers Ken Cresswell, 57, John Shaw
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has launched an investigation after a woman and a boy were killed when they were hit by a stolen car being chased by police. Witnesses described seeing the pursued car losing control before ploughing into pedestrians in Lennard Road. Venissa Vassell, 18,
A cure for Alzheimer's could soon become a reality following trials of a drug that fights sticky deposits in the brain linked to the disease. According to a leading charity the research provides "tantalising evidence" Alzheimer's could become treatable with the antibody 'aducanumab
Theresa May has ordered her senior ministers to make a success of Brexit. "Ministers agreed that we should be seizing the opportunity of Brexit to confirm the UK's place as one of the great trading nations in the world, fostering entrepreneurialism and setting out a long term vision for the
A teenage footballer who played for Manchester City and Everton women's teams has been struck and killed by a train. Zoe Tynan, 18, an England Women's Under-19 midfielder, died at the scene at West Allerton station on Tuesday at 4:15pm. The death is not being treated as suspicious, British
The body of a 15-year-old boy has been found after a search was launched in the River Thames, police said. The teenager was seen in the water near Sunbury Lock in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, just after 2.20pm on Wednesday. A police helicopter was scrambled to aid the search operation, alongside a team
The BMA Council approved further industrial action as the bitter row continues between leading doctors and the Government.
UK cosmetics maker and retailer Lush is relocating European staff from Britain to Germany and has expanded production at its German factory in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, it said on Wednesday. Lush, which makes cosmetics by hand, said uncertainty caused by the June Brexit
By Elizabeth Piper and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May and her top ministers on Wednesday agreed Britain would seek a unique relationship with the European Union, involving controls on immigration as well as a good trade deal. After a summer of political earthquakes followed
Junior doctors could go on strike for a week every month for the rest of the year, as the row over a new contract being imposed by the Government escalates. Strike action was staged between January and April, after an agreement over Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's proposals was not reached. Earlier
British Prime Minister Theresa May and her team of top ministers reiterated the government's commitment to fiscal discipline on Wednesday, her spokeswoman said. Finance minister Philip Hammond has said he will move more slowly than his predecessor to turn the government's budget deficit into
The famous author and creator of boy wizard Harry Potter has made her feelings very clear on Twitter.
A British man and his Australian girlfriend accused of killing a policeman on the Indonesian island of Bali have taken part in a reconstruction of the murder. Wayan Sudarsa's body was discovered with head and neck wounds on Kuta beach on 17 August. Connor has claimed she saw Taylor "beating
A missing turtle though to have been stolen from an aquarium in Ellesmere Port on Tuesday has been returned safe and sound.