Deal raises fears of 'creeping privatisation' of the police
The men were accused of stealing food reportedly totalling to £33 out of Iceland bins last year
Ali Mohammadian noticed his pupil was being bullied, and shaved his head to show his support
Some papers focused on crime, others took a showbiz angle
Country's Interior Ministry denies responsibility
Daily Telegraph editor Tony Gallagher has left his job in a shock departure after nearly five years in the role.
Images leaked by defector whose job was to 'take pictures of killed detainees'
A development company has bought the property and is getting it ready to sell on
World third-largest mobile phone company wishes to follow example of US companies, publishing regular 'transparency reports' on data requests
40-year-old mother-of-three's blog about her breast cancer that has spread to her bones sparks debate on both sides of the Atlantic
Bill Keller wrote a response to The New York Times public editor explaining his piece after he and his wife were heavily criticsed
Up to 40,000 people could have been wrongly identified as eligible for the so-called “bedroom tax”, according to a report.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has called Johnson's inclusion into question after he labelled homosexuality as 'detestable' in 2012
The 'grotesque practice' of charging low-income people to withdraw their own money from bank accounts has been condemned after a report revealed that more than 300,000 of the poorest people in Britain live at least 1km from a cash machine that does not charge for withdrawals.
Rise is twice that considered dangerous by climate scientists
'There is now a question mark about what parliament actually will authorise military support for,' he told The Guardian