The man in charge of children’s services in Coventry at the time four-year-old Daniel Pelka was murdered has resigned from a child protection job at another council.
New high street experience finally receives planning permission and announces location on Bethnal Green Road in Shoreditch, London
Anti-racism protesters kettled by police after breaking away from counter-demonstration
The Dealership, Channel 4
The UK Peace index combines five factors to produce a score out of five for each area, with 1 being the most peaceful and 5 being the least.
Encouraging figures come alongside separate study showing hospital admissions after violent incidents are down
East London group that hounds people on the streets are branded ‘complete bigots’
Patrol gang harassed members of the public in the street
Seeking to enrich the lives of their citizens, British cities and towns once embraced art for art's sake, scooping up masterworks for display in squares, train stations, schools and museums. But as Europe scrimps and saves amid a historic push to slash public debt, the motto here now is art for cash's sake.
A council has gone ahead with the controversial sale of the Henry Moore sculpture Draped Seated Woman to claw back money lost in budget cuts, it has emerged.
Liam O'Brien visits the borough with the highest concentration of centenarians in England
Britain's men fail to emulate the women by taking a bronze medal as they are defeated 3-1 by Australia
Tapia was crazy, but he could still fight when he made his York Hall debut
Tom Moggach has a way of falling silent in the middle of a sentence, as though he's just remembered something he ought to be doing. When it first happened, I fully expected that he'd excuse himself from our conversation and dash out of his house into north London's busy streets. He has plenty of reasons to do so.