Funding withdrawn for Discovery New School in Crawley after it failed to show evidence it could improve
Two people have been arrested after a man was shot outside a block of flats.
Jonathan Brown meets the protesters hoping to create the spirit of Balcombe
Teachers' leaders and Labour education spokesman Tristram Hunt claim this is 'dumbing down'
The first resident of Balcombe to be arrested for protesting against fracking in the area is being held by police, protesters said.
The directors of the company behind a proposal to set up a state boarding school in the heart of the Sussex countryside have been warned they could face prosecution for failing to file their annual accounts.
First day of ‘mass civil disobedience’ sees shows of dissent at Balcombe and related sites
A 65-year-old woman and 25-year-old man have been released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of encouraging or assisting a suicide
Drilling began at 11.15am at the West Sussex site as demonstrations entered their ninth day
Natalie Hynde, the daughter of The Pretenders’ singer Chrissie Hynde and The Kinks’ Ray Davies has been arrested after apparently gluing her hands to her boyfriend during a protest against fracking.
Manning leaked ‘to gain notoriety’
Tom Bawden visits the West Sussex village where events are shaking up old allegiances
Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! contestant Aggro Santos called today for rape suspects to be given anonymity until they are convicted.
Honeysuckle Weeks is best known as jolly-hockey-sticks Samantha in Foyle's War. She tells Charlotte Cripps why her role in a hard-hitting play about women's rights in Twenties Chicago makes a welcome change
A former police sergeant is facing jail after admitting selling information to The Sun newspaper.
It seems a lifetime ago since Sir John Chilcot's stopped taking evidence for his inquiry into the origin of the Iraq War and went away to write his report. The public part of the inquiry began on 24 November 2009 and ended on 2 February 2011. Two years, two months and three weeks have since slipped by, with no firm indication yet of when we might see Sir John's conclusions. This is taking so long that even the House of Lords, a place in which time normally stands still, is showing signs of impatience.