About Cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies.

Search Results

Sort results by:
Stories 1 to 10 of 1,161,354

Crime will not be cut with lack of action on young adult offenders, report warns

MPs said chances to cut crime would be missed if the approach to offenders aged between 18 and 25 continues to fail

More victims will suffer crime unless the regime for dealing with young adult criminals is overhauled, a Commons report has warned.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Apple reveals slowing of iPhone sales as smartphone market approaches saturation

iPhone sales are continuing to slow down

iPhone sales continue to slow as Apple's latest financial results revealed a 5% drop in sales when compared to the same quarter of 2015.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Child sex abuse inquiry to begin 'truth project' work in Wales

Chairwoman Professor Alexis Jay is launching the inquiry's work in Wales

The independent inquiry into child sexual abuse will open its Welsh office on Wednesday.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Winning novel takes satirical view of race relations in US

Paul Beatty with the cover of his book, The Sellout.

American author Paul Beatty has been handed the Man Booker Prize for The Sellout - a satirical take on modern race relations in the US.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Ex-prime minister David Cameron signs deal to write autobiography

Former PM David Cameron.

David Cameron will give a "frank" account of his time in Downing Street after signing a deal for his autobiography.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Average house 'to go up by £44,000 in five years' despite Brexit fears

House price rises are likely to slow as Brexit bites, according to economic experts

The average price of a home is still expected to be £44,000 higher in five years' time despite the uncertainty caused by Brexit, according to economic forecasters.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Conservatives in turmoil over Heathrow third runway decision

Zac Goldsmith arriving at Barnes Primary School in south London, after he quit as a Conservative MP

Theresa May's decision to back Heathrow expansion plunged the Conservatives into turmoil as Cabinet ministers hit out at the move and a prominent MP quit.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Calais Jungle clearance to continue

Workers continue with the demolition of the Jungle camp in Calais

Workers are expected to continue bulldozing ramshackle shacks and tents as day three of the operation to rid Calais of its "Jungle" camp gets under way.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Brexit 'to create £84bn borrowing gap' for Chancellor ahead of autumn statement

Chancellor Philip Hammond will give his first autumn statement next month

Chancellor Philip Hammond is facing an £84 billion black hole in public finances fuelled by Brexit in next month's mini-budget, a think tank has warned.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016

Spain 'allows Russian warships to refuel for Aleppo bombing campaign'

The Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov and other warships are expected to refuel at Ceuta

Spain is coming under criticism for reportedly preparing to allow the refuelling of Russian warships en route to bolstering the bombing campaign against the besieged Syrian city Aleppo.

12:13am Wednesday 26 October 2016
Stories 1 to 10 of 1,161,354
Sort results by: