The experimental device is less inconvenient than current systems and can be used just as accurately
Removing smoking will encourage an out-of-sight-out-of-mind cultural shift
It doesn't matter where they are, but having someone to help is vital
Residents ‘tormented by carers to relieve boredom’
Ethiopian edges out Briton in Great North Run and seeks rematch in London Marathon
In the umpteenth depressing example of how pawns take the fall for drug kingpins, a woman who attempted to fly out of Bogota wearing a fake pregnancy bump stashed with two kilograms of cocaine has been arrested by Columbian authorities. If there's anything positive to say here, at least the exposure of this novel, inventive approach to smuggling will have wised-up customs officials worldwide. Other than the 'cocaine pregnancy', though, how else have cartels tried to ship their product to middle America and beyond?
A sharp increase in numbers of men convicted for decades-old sexual offences has left jails struggling to cope with a soaring population of older prisoners, ministers are warned today.
In parallel trial sessions, Egyptian courts have heard cases against ousted President Hosni Mubarak and top leaders of his arch rival, the Muslim Brotherhood, related to killings during the 2011 and 2013 protest campaigns that led to their respective downfalls.
French athlete Philippe Croizon was targeted by thieves while on holiday with relatives
Samantha Kidd pleaded guilty to four counts of assault
A man in a wheelchair is reported to have detonated the device, injuring only himself
Tom Peck on the other flame that needs to be kept alight
A sex shop chain in Soho has won a major victory against license fees charged by Westminster City Council, in a landmark decision that the council believe could "open the flood gates for illegal pornography."
Former Paralympian says many disabled children still 'sent to the library' during school PE lessons
Ethiopian bizarrely not selected for London overhauls Mutai in final miles for second win
A seven-year-old boy who suffered catastrophic brain damage after a "catalogue of errors" at his birth is to receive a compensation package worth £8.5 million.