A woman runs past a destoyed building in Beirut, Lebanon, after it was attacked by Israel in August 2006. Psychiatrists say resentment from past conflicts are being taught to a younger generation. Photograph: Lefteris Pitarakis/APSaleem says he can still see the faces of the young men he shot. More
Police have searched two addresses in Northern Ireland overnight in relation to the discovery of 39 bodies inside a refrigerated lorry trailer in Essex. Work is continuing to identify those who died as part of a wide-ranging murder investigation into the UK’s worst such tragedy in almost 20 years.The
Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle are well placed to ride out the media storm around them and avoid the pitfalls that tore apart his parents, Charles and Diana, for the simplest of reasons, Diana's former butler said: They love each other. Paul Burrell, a longtime royal servant who
British employers plan to scale back their pay rises for staff next year, an industry survey showed on Thursday, suggesting overall earnings growth is likely to slow from its current 11-year high. Human resources data company XpertHR said the 123 private-sector employers it surveyed expect to offer
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) published what it called a fundamentally strengthened Stewardship Code on Thursday which reflects greater demand from investors to invest in more "sustainable" assets that don't harm the environment. The existing, nine-year old code simply asks funds
Report calls for higher age of criminal responsibility and warns of legal aid ‘deserts’. Powers to control justice, policing and prisons should be devolved to the Welsh assembly as they are in Scotland and Northern Ireland, a commission led by the former lord chief justice of England and Wales has recommended
Review says Welsh people do not have benefit of justice being ‘integral part of policy making’. Powers to control justice, policing and prisons should be devolved to the Welsh assembly as they are in Scotland and Northern Ireland, a commission led by the former lord chief justice of England and Wales
Zoe Ball programme sheds a million listeners as Rajar data shows podcasts are on the rise. The Radio 2 breakfast show’s audience has fallen to its lowest level for a decade, although it remains the most popular programme in its timeslot. Zoe Ball’s show attracted 7.9 million listeners a week between
Groundbreaking analysis finds £300bn of suspect funds funnelled through the UK. The multimillion pound spending habits of corrupt members of the global super-rich – including 421 luxury homes, three superyachts, seven private jets as well as elite private school fees and even hovercraft – have been revealed
Thousands of people are at risk of a Grenfell-style fire because of a "flawed"test that stated a type of cladding covering hundreds of tower blocks is safe,the government has been told
The Teenage Cancer Trust said around 15% of young people with the disease have a high risk of future fertility issues due to the impact of treatment.
Rawad Qaq hopes his sex calculator will enable forensic scientists to use skulls to predict the gender of deceased people.
The problem was revealed in the findings of an inspection by police watchdog Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services.
GPs will be given convertible standing desks and activity trackers and patients will be asked how they found the consultation.
It is hoped the test developed for commercial use at Strathclyde University could be used by pharmacists and other points of care.
The appointment process for the next governor of the Bank of England is on track and an appointment will be made this autumn, finance minister Sajid Javid said on Wednesday. "The appointment will be made this autumn," he said.