Proportion of top-level grades falls slightly, but record numbers of students are offered university places
GPS has revealed that marker which shows the point of zero longitude, set in 1884, is in wrong place
EU rules mean Government may impose four-year wait on all new claimants
Some 2.4 million customers' details may have been accessed, including bank and credit card details
Businesses taking on people with no right to work in UK will face enforcement raids
Camila Batmanghelidjh's charity, forced to close this week, faces allegations by former users and employees
Peer was 'unfit' to appear this morning, but will have to be present to hear charges against him
The Battle of Agincourt has long been celebrated, but the French have a different perspective on its 600th anniversary
People from a North Yorkshire spa town are the happiest, while Barking and Dagenham residents are least content
Consultation proposes either bespoke local deals or blanket devolution
Leicestershire police trial new cost-cutting scheme, but it is 'unlikely to inspire much public confidence'
Anjem Choudary was arrested in September last year and has now been charged under the Terrorism Act
A flurry of claims of abuse by the late ex-PM has followed Monday’s appeal for victims in Wiltshire
Crime agency has confirmed no suspicion attaches to former Tory leader, company says
An independent body has advised that British people need to get more Vitamin D
The controversial exam has been deemed too hard for Scottish teenagers – can you answer the questions?
Rumours followed Ted Heath throughout his parliamentary years: but it's never been claimed he was a paedophile – until now
News comes amid claim 1m Brits have 'already finished Xmas shopping'
Tributes paid to No. 617 Squadron RAF, Operation Chastise hero
Ex-UBS trader first in the UK to be brought to trial and successfully prosecuted over rates fixing