UK

Do abortion clinic buffer zones violate freedom of speech?

Talking Point
Wed 4 Mar, AT 15:23

Nearly 120,000 people want buffer zones to protect women from 'harassment' outside abortion clinics

Becky Watts

Becky Watts: stepbrother charged with murder

One-Minute Read
Thu 5 Mar, AT 12:40

Nathan Matthews charged with murder alongside girlfriend who is accused of attempting to pervert the course of justice


Younger workers miss out as average incomes rise

One-Minute Read
Wed 4 Mar, AT 09:04

Household incomes in the UK have climbed back to pre-recession levels, but not for the under-30s

Gary Glitter jailed for 16 years for sex assaults on schoolgirls

One-Minute Read
Fri 27 Feb, AT 13:37

Pop star faces the prospect of dying in jail after doing 'real and lasting damage' to three victims

Jimmy Savile: Stoke Mandeville staff were 'told of sex abuse'

One-Minute Read
Thu 26 Feb, AT 10:06

'It was absolutely disgusting,' recalls one of Savile's victims, who was told by staff to just 'ignore him'

Solar eclipse Gumaca, southeast Manila

UK solar eclipse 2015: Britain prepares for 'doomsday' darkness

Briefing
Fri 20 Mar, AT 08:38

For the first time in 16 years the UK is about to experience a solar eclipse. Here's everything you need to know

2.3m householders will struggle with mortgage repayments

Remortgage now and save £2,600 on a £100,000 mortgage

Personal Finance
Wed 25 Feb, AT 11:20

Mortgage interest rates are at an all-time low, so now is the time to fix your payments

British police officer holsters a taser gun

Tasers 'drawn on 400 children' in 2013

One-Minute Read
Wed 25 Feb, AT 08:59

British police fired the 50,000-volt stun guns at 10 to 17-year-olds on 37 occasions

Peanut butter jars

Early exposure to peanuts 'can help prevent allergy'

One-Minute Read
Tue 24 Feb, AT 10:43

'Compelling' results contradict earlier medical advice and may force doctors to issue new guidelines

People queue to buy train tickets in Waterloo Train Station

Ticket splitting: how to find the cheapest train tickets

One-Minute Read
Mon 23 Feb, AT 15:43

Rail passengers can save millions by splitting a journey – but train companies want the practice banned

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