Officers from the elite close protection unit have clocked up 1.3 million hours in unpaid overtime
A decision by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal showed that a long standing governement commitment protecting MPs' privacy is 'ot enforceable in English law'
A star identified by the Kepler Space Telescope may harbour structures which could point to an advanced technological civilisation
The 25-year-old man told Reddit users how he got through loss of speech and movement and intense hallucinations of torture with the mantra "from yoghurt to steak"
A new study predicts a doubling of ice flow melt by 2050 and possible ice shelf collapse by 2100.
The design for a successor to the Concorde has been patented by Airbus
The tests are 'traumatising' as well as innacurate
A big increase in wine sales has largely been driven by a huge growth in the demand for sparkling wines.
A new report claims TTIP and CETA deals could allow all public services to be locked into commercial deals
The Hamas leader in Gaza has declared a third 'intifada' in the West Bank
The so-called disease-fighting compounds could actually double the rate at which malignant melanoma spreads
The complex Grovehill Junction in Beverley manages 20 different traffic movements and nine crossing points.
A Dutch man recently did a one-month sugar and alcohol fast and watched his cholesterol, weight and blood pressure fall.
A survey of nearly 2,000 so-called vegetarians finds more than two thirds admit to eating meat on a night out - with one in three doing it every time they get drunk.
The Tories have failed to achieve any of their own economic targets, and only worsened living conditions, child poverty and the housing crisis
The inmates from a maximum-security prison in New York emerge triumphant after an hour-long debate in a correctional facility