Two people have pleaded guilty to sending "menacing" tweets to a feminist campaigner following her successful campaign to ensure a woman features on British banknotes.
Police officer shot and blinded by gunman Raoul Moat made several suicide threats, inquest told
Kath Rathband tells inquest estranged husband who was shot and left blind by gunman Raoul Moat would call her 100 times a day
Mark Clattenburg will continue to referee Southampton matches despite the club asking for the referee to be barred from officiating at their games in the wake of him “insulting” Adam Lallana after last Saturday’s defeat at Everton.
Newham in London named worst 'hotspot'
John Darwin, the man who faked his death in a canoe accident and then handed himself in to the police feigning amnesia, has reportedly been arrested after he left the country without permission to meet a woman in Ukraine.
'Roar' had been left on a train during a family trip, luckily it was found by a passenger who appealed to find the owner on Twitter using a series of pictures of the teddy on a night out
Jonny Wilkinson may be famous for fulminating about the solitary moments in a sportsman’s life, but the feted fly-half’s latest reflections on whether he will retire next summer – after Saturday’s 32-20 Heineken Cup win for his club Toulon over Exeter Chiefs – were made with others in mind.
Sir Michael Wilshaw argues that poverty is no longer the major determinant of whether a child will fail
Airports must deal with remaining passengers hit by twelve-hour technical glitch
Cycling activists are planning a major political campaign at next year's local council elections to sway results in favour of bike-friendly candidates.
There was no dream return for Dean Richards against his former club Harlequins. In fact, it turned out to be a real nightmare as Quins claimed a four-try bonus point victory, with two of them coming from wing Sam Smith and one from Danny Care.
Bare legs in January, the 3am kebab ritual, and three trebles for a fiver…
In Hull, Newcastle and around the country these community assets face closure
Spurs were behind after just 14 seconds
Petrol stations, takeaways and newsagents across Northern England are stocking ‘legal highs’ like “peanuts in a pub”, as drug sales spread from ‘head shops’ to the high street, a report from a major drugs charity claims.