Condition severely affects two in every 100 pregnant women and test could save lives of hundreds of babies every year
Watchdog says protection services are too often 'manifestly and palpably weak'
England’s second city singled out as a 'national disgrace' over failure
Her money was used to buy gold bullion and coins and Krugerands before her body was finally found three-and-a-half months later
The Jamaican sprinter is in London to take part in this weekend's Anniversary Games at the Olympic Stadium
Two brothers have been jailed for their roles in a “professionally planned and executed” armed raid at Selfridges department store, London, in June.
Hundreds of young artists and performers will showcase their work for 23 days
The City PR man James Hogan, aka the Art Upstart, woke up one morning in 2007, at the age of 55, with an overwhelming desire to paint. “It came as a great flood to me, out of the blue,” he says of his “spiritual awakening” . “It was all-consuming; I had in my head a triptych of three lots of 75 paintings each – a total of 225.”
The University Of Manchester have become champions of BBC contest University Challenge for a fourth time, to equal the record set by Magdalen College, Oxford.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles still claims real-terms cut since 2010
MoD has been told to find savings of five per cent
The family of an Asian man whose body was discovered in the Thames hours after he was attacked by racist thugs said it has been contacted by a new witness who claims to have evidence suggesting he was murdered.
Martine McCutcheon has thanked fans for their support after she was declared bankrupt.
Head of one of the country's top performing grammar schools claims Russell Group is encouraging their demise through its promotion of a list of 'facilitating' subjects
As the Big Thaw brings more flooding, Tom Peck investigates if floating homes can meet housing need in age of increased rainfall.
Minister sets out scheme for UK’s biggest prison despite warnings that concept is discredited