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
John Bercow calls on internet giants to lead digital revolution in British politics as Commission is set to draw up blueprint for ‘Parliament 2.0’ before 2015 general election
More than 100,000 hazards on England’s footpaths, warns charity
The composer’s work breathed new life into the popular genre
Finnair passengers flying today on Finland's AY666 to Helsinki have been boarding the flight to HEL on 13 Friday, but appear unfazed by superstitions.
Every class has 30 in it - the legal maximum for five-to-seven-year-olds
Prom 29 – Tannhauser, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Deutsche Oper, Runnicles/ Chamber Prom 4, Tine Thing Helseth
A man has lost his battle to prevent family heirlooms, including a painting by Lucien Pissarro worth up to £30,000, from being seized to fund his father’s care.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has had to put her 2013 heptathlon debut on hold again – raising doubts over whether she will be fully fit for the World Championships in Moscow, which start on 10 August.
Will the Tour de France inspire you to ride off on a cycling holiday?
Deputy Children’s Commissioner says senior child protection figures said the issue was of the victims' own making
It really does exist, and as jobs disappear, grafters are having to rethink their work-life balance
The Chancellor's incompetence is clear from the employment figures. Despite all the Coalition's claims to the contrary, young people in particular are suffering needlessly
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A local authority has been fined £30,000 for health and safety failures linked to a warehouse blaze in which four firefighters died.
No further action will be taken against a disgraced peer following a second investigation into expenses fraud.