Police hunt for man over guest house murder

John Heald wanted in connection with the death of a woman in East Yorkshire

Isle of Wight ferry deck collapse injures four

Three passengers and one crew member have been hospitalised following the accident

Lightning strikes over the Vale of Belvoir, Leicestershire as the UK is now braced for torrential downpours and storms that will could cause flash flooding across large parts of England and Wales

UK weather: Heathrow cancels flights and lightning strikes destroy houses in Essex

A lightning strike destroyed the roof of a house in Essex in the early hours of the morning

Scientists discovered the drug-resistant bacteria downstream of the sewerage plant on the River Sowe

Drug-resistant bacteria: Sewage-treatment plants described as giant 'mixing vessels' after scientists discover mutated microbes in British river

Exclusive: Discovery reveals role of sewerage plants in creating mutated microbes that are resistant to antibiotics

Local residents and businesses are fiercely opposed an application to site the venue in Stanley Street at the heart of Liverpool's gay district

Lap dancing club in Liverpool's gay quarter meets fierce opposition from locals over fears for growing LGBT community

Since 2008 the area has generated millions of pounds worth of investment from businesses seeking a share of the pink pound

Supporters of Dignity in Dying and Not Dead Yet outside the House of Lords yesterday

Assisted Dying debate: Personal speeches on 'right to die' move a full House of Lords that is left divided and undecided

Baroness Campbell’s intervention was far from alone in being deeply personal

Dale Bolinger arranged to meet the girl via a fetish website

Cannibal fetish nurse was 'not intent on killing and eating' girl he met online, court hears

Dale Bolinger said his motivation for going to Ashford International Station following their agreement to meet was out of concern

David Ross has donated about £220,000 and is a member of David Cameron’s dining club

Exclusive: Carphone Warehouse co-founder fails to make shortlist for Ofsted chairman

The ruling will spare new Education Secretary Nicky Morgan a difficult and potentially controversial decision in her first weeks in the job

No walkie talkie: 'Experiment' tries separating pedestrians depending on phone use

Could the 'cellphone' and 'no cellphone' lanes work in the UK?

Man, 23, jailed for dousing dog in petrol and setting it alight after it 'bit his finger'

Kirkcaldy Sheriff's Court heard how Alastair Graham, from Fife, killed the Staffordshire bull - he was sentenced to nine months in jail

An architect's impression of how Crossrail Canary Wharf Station in London may look

Crossrail contract worth £1.4bn handed to Hong Kong firm

MTR Corporation beat the likes of National Express and Arriva to win the concession

Hardline governors in some Birmingham schools were guilty of 'serious malpractice' and bullied headteachers out of their jobs in order to introduce Islamic worship

Trojan Horse report: Birmingham schools broke law with Islamic assemblies and banned sex education

The council had been warned about the problems before the Trojan Horse allegations but had 'failed to tackle them'

Havering Council decides to replace park staff with Cows

Havering council have brought in a number of Red Poll Cattle cows to help cut the grass in the boroughs parks

Sampath Vidanapathirana has been sentenced to 20 years rigorous imprisonment for the killing

Sri Lankan politician and three others jailed for killing Briton and raping his Russian girlfriend

The men were given 20 years each for the death of aid worker Khuram Shaikh, 32, who had been on holiday with his girlfriend

Private Cheryl James was found dead from a single gunshot wound to the head

New inquest ordered into Deepcut soldier Private Cheryl James' death in 1995

High Court judges agreed that there was 'an insufficiency of inquiry' at the 1995 inquest and quashed its open verdict

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