Scotland Yard was criticised last night for allowing an officer who mishandled a rape claim to keep his job – with one senior politician condemning the punishment handed out by the force as “woefully inadequate”.
The first three stages of next year's race will be held in the UK
Maria Miller’s attempt to boost the Conservatives’ standing amongst women backfired as she put the spotlight on David Cameron’s privileged background.
Five new claims, including the alleged rape of a 12-year-old girl, have now been made against the former presenter
Former Times editor told journalists he was 'determined' to bring greater gender parity to on-air presenting and reporting team
Women on television are affected by a “combination of ageism and sexism” that does not apply to men, new figures show.
Blair adviser issues a warning to Miliband after party’s gains are put in shade by Ukip victories
Miriam O’Reilly, the former BBC Countryfile presenter who successfully took the corporation to an employment tribunal after being dropped from its flagship rural affairs show, is to seek election as a Labour MP.
Danny Alexander MP has celebrated the launch of Ginger Rodent beer which shares the moniker fired at him as an insult by a Labour opponent.
Abuse allegations made against Jimmy Savile while he was alive could have been linked to show “a pattern of behaviour”, Scotland Yard's commissioner said today.
Cameron refuses to give further details on Brooks correspondence in reply to Labour deputy leader
Nick Clegg has not ruled out backing an independent inquiry into allegations surrounding Jimmy Savile.
David Cameron is coming under increasing pressure to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry after a dramatic day that began with the arrest of Rebekah Brooks in a dawn raid at her Oxfordshire home yesterday.
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Male domination of City gives rise to 'risky and irrational' behaviour
A top-performing state school can add up to £77,000 to the value of a house within its catchment area, according to new research, with the cost of properties near the 50 best-performing state schools 35 per cent higher than in the rest of the UK.