News The MP Louise Ellman branded the use of parking fines to raise revenue unacceptable and illegal

Councils across England have been accused of implementing “an unacceptable mass ticketing culture” after the release of figures showing that car parking charges have generated £600m of surplus profit in the past year.

Bletchley Park

Remains of two of Bletchley Park's earliest World War Two buildings are discovered

The brick footings of two huts were revealed as workmen were digging up one of the former code-breaking centre's car parks

The car wash in Ionia where the shooting took place

Michigan car wash shootout: Two men dead after road-rage dispute

Two men have died after pulling into a car park and shooting each other say Michigan Police

Richard III had stomach worms, research reveals

Richard III suffered from a roundworm infection, according to research carried out on his skeleton.

Frank Ocean (left) has a long-running feud with Chris Brown

Chris Brown sued over Frank Ocean fight

Sha'keir Duarte claims he was punched and kicked by a member of the star's entourage

Police hunt 'lady flasher' accused of exposing herself to young children in car park

Alleged the woman unzipped her black three-quarter length jacket revealing her naked body to the mother and her four children, aged 13, 12, 10, and four

The Charles Street car park in Sheffield designed by architects Allies & Morrison

Lots of charisma: Sheffield and Birmingham in running for city with world's coolest car park

Detroit, Melbourne, Sheffield: who will take the honours in parking’s eqivalent of the Oscars?  Adam Sherwin tips the front-runners

Search for men who raped girl in Walthamstow, east London

Police are hunting for three men after a 12-year-old girl was raped.

Anthony Hilton: Gilbert deserves credit, not brickbats

Mr Gilbert... stuck with the group and has got it back on an even keel

Halfords' boss invests £100m but warns profits will dive

The chief executive of Halfords has launched a stinging attack on the state of its retail business and admitted profits will fall over the next two years as it invests £100m to turn around its performance.

A Washington State Patrol trooper directs a driver away from a street blocked off several blocks from the scene of the shooting that police said left five people dead

Five killed in shooting at Washington State apartment complex

Officers attended the Pinewood Apartments complex in Federal Way at around 9.30pm this morning following reports of shots being fired

What is your ideal home?

When 3,500 homeowners were asked to choose what would make up their ideal home if money was no object, they didn't pick a mansion or modern ecobuild. Instead most of us aspire to have a detached Victorian house in the country.

World No 1 Rory McIlroy stunned spectators here at the Honda Classic yesterday when, close to tears, he quit the tournament

Teething problems for Rory McIlroy? World number one close to tears as he walks off at Honda Classic

After hitting into water on the ninth, the world number one headed straight for the car park

Green world: Bedgebury National Pinetum in Kent

Rob Cowen: A Noah's Ark of conifers just an hour south of London

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Youth stabbed at entrance to London court

A young male was stabbed in the entrance to a court building today and a gang of youths was seen running from the scene.

Halfords will host driving tests to tackle waiting times

Learner drivers will be able to take their practical tests from branches of Halfords from next month, the Government has announced.

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