Essex Council has said the child, which was removed from mother’s womb against her will, is to be adopted, but top judge has now said any further applications must be heard by him
Former Olympic triple jumper Phillips Idowu has been banned from driving and ordered to do community service after he admitted fleeing a domestic argument in his Land Rover while two and a half times the legal alcohol limit.
For the last twelve weeks, we've been asking how you planned to make today delicious through food for your partner, family or friends, and giving away £50 M&S gift cards to the best suggestions - plus monthly grand prizes like everything you need for a champagne picnic.
Form of Edwards and Taylor will be crucial factor in hosts’ chances of securing series win
Tests shows 22-year-old and boyfriend drowned at hotel but what happened is a mystery
As the new cricket season gets underway this week there will be the usual platitudes about how the game remains an intrinsic part of Englishness
Astute Warwickshire attack coach tells Jon Culley they can repeat last year's triumph despite Ashley Giles' departure
Police have seized around £12 million worth of cocaine following a six-month investigation into the "top echelon" of organised crime.
Defending champions Australia will face England in tomorrow's Women's World Twenty20 final after breezing to a 28-run win over West Indies.
'Gingerbread house' has ruffled feathers. By Charlie Cooper
The Turner Prize-winner's latest work is a holiday cottage on the coast - complete with statue on the roof
The public's lingering appetite for all things Olympic has seen dozens of artists who either performed or whose music was played at the Games storm up the charts.
Durham's attempt to lift themselves off the bottom of the First Division and record their first win of the Championship season was thwarted by a spirited Somerset side on the second day at Taunton.
Yorkshire batsman gets nod ahead of Taylor to make debut in the first Test against West Indies
West Indies 147 & 27-3 England Lions 341
Ollie Rayner already had membership of one fairly exclusive club after scoring a hundred on his first-class debut in 2006; yesterday at Trent Bridge he joined another by making a century in an innings he began as nightwatchman as Middlesex avoided the follow-on against Nottinghamshire.