The number of forensic examinations carried out on victims of rape and serious sexual assault in London has plummeted despite a dramatic rise in attacks being reported to police.
Thousands of homes are still without power
Irish couple were among thousands of people around the world who were touched by James’s story
Better off parents are resorting to “ethically dubious” and “possibly illegal” practices to get their children into a good school, according to research published today.
Police have named a murder victim who was tied up and dumped down a well about two years ago.
A further 19 hospitals are to have their links with disgraced television presenter Jimmy Savile investigated, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said today.
The first completed tunnel in the £14.8 billion cross-London Crossrail project has been unveiled.
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From Bristol to Reykjavik, skiing in Milton Keynes, and the 90th anniversary edition of the South American Handbook
Under Margaret Thatcher’s government, they were plucked from poverty and taken out of state schools to attend top private schools instead, courtesy of the state.
The organisation want the Welsh, Irish, Scots and Italian sides to be included in any future competition
As the son of an air marshal who flew Phantoms during the Cold War, Mark Sutton had a lot to live up to. He proved himself by winning a commission as an officer leading the Army's "bravest of the brave", the Gurkhas, and was to crown a crowded life by making the world gasp with a parachute jump into the London Olympic Stadium on 27 July 2012. The precision stunt, in which, as James Bond in suit and black tie, Sutton accompanied another parachutist impersonating the Queen, was one year and 18 days before a skydive too far killed him.
Classes for five to seven-year-olds are being stretched beyond legal limit of 30
Another woman, also 24, is in hospital with non-life threatening injuries
Londoners revel in their civic sense, from memorising the tube map, to telling black cabs from the Addison Lees. They understand postcode peculiarities, know not all oysters are for eating, and avoid Oxford street on a Saturday.
Mark Sutton is believed to have hit a mountain ridge while taking part in wingsuit dive in the Swiss Alps