Elections watchdog raises concerns about voter impersonation in Birmingham, the London borough of Tower Hamlets and 14 other areas where there appears to be a higher risk of electoral fraud
Education Secretary said he would be prepared to back future applications to expand selective schools
The England coach, Steve McNamara, is to join the coaching staff of the Sydney Roosters, but is to continue to take charge of the national team on a part-time basis.
She passed details to her boyfriend who shared it with killer's mother, court told
Homeowners urged to lock up their valuables and beware of burglars during the ‘most burgled’ time of the year
An independent inquiry will be launched to look into events at the Co-op bank since 2008, Chancellor George Osborne has announced.
Business Secretary says name may not be suitable as Flowers scandal escalates
Prime Minister David Cameron attacks Labour links as Vince Cable reviews scandal-hit bank’s mutual status
Grocer said subdued consumer confidence led to heavy discounting
Sales particulars of Three Men in a Boat author's former home says nothing of a dog
Rigorous government-backed tests modelled on MI5 recruitment to create robust child-protection teams
Three people have been charged with assisting the one-eyed police killer Dale Cregan and others while they were on the run from authorities.
Mother with history of alcohol and drug abuse let her son starve to death, court told
He enjoyed the reputation of being hard to handle, and he liked to get his retaliation in first
Abbott was the third longest-serving manager in English football but United have picked up just two points from their first six games of the season
Brentford's teenage goalkeeper Jack Bonham endured another nightmare afternoon at the start of his Football League career after coming off the bench to concede four goals during his side's 4-0 defeat at Bradford City.