Britons spent £109m on coffee pods last year, getting through around 260m of them
The findings are the strongest evidence yet that size matters when it comes to future success
Doctors treat stress and anxiety as more than half the people in England fear losing their homes
David Lees, 23, died after being deliberately run down shortly after he and his friends had argued with a group of Asian men from the Longsight area of Manchester
Exclusive: Analysis of government figures reveals macho kitchen culture and unforgiving hours deter women from top jobs
'She was a doer – she was an absolute doer – and she was an immensely caring woman'
Community officers are posted at crime scenes without training or protection, says trade union
Some 41,300 three year olds are not getting free early education in England, report says
Police helicopter pilots equipped with protective eyewear as concern prompts calls for law on lasers to be changed
'Anti-Semitism is a particular problem on campus, where Jewish students are often left feeling threatened and vulnerable'
Ofsted inspectors also found books 'where images of females had either been erased or radically changed'
Study claims organic farmed meat and milk contains 50 per cent more omega-3 fatty acids
British Army’s director of personal services says Cheryl James died amid an environment lacking supervision and welfare
Exclusive: Military figures, medical experts and politicians call on PM to ensure veterans receive full compensation
The charity-branded funeral plans are provided by Advance Planning, a subsidiary of Dignity, a FTSE 250 company
New forensic evidence on the death of Cheryl James casts fresh doubts over previous inquiry, which lasted one hour