The Google search page

Lords say 'right to be forgotten' is unworkable

One-Minute Read Wed 30 Jul, AT 10:32

Parliamentary committee says that asking Google to police the web is unreasonable

A city worker walks past the Bank of England in central London

Bank of England will 'claw back' bankers' bonuses

One-Minute Read Wed 30 Jul, AT 10:11

Reckless bankers will be forced to pay back previous bonuses and could even face prison

Amy McIntosh at the 2014 Commonwealth Games opening ceremony

Glasgow 2014: 'Sick' employee spotted dancing as a tea cake

One-Minute Read Tue 29 Jul, AT 15:00

Bosses spot 'sick' nursery worker dressed as a Tunnock's tea cake at Commonwealth Games

Police warnings to illegal downloaders

Police 'hijack' adverts on piracy websites

First Reaction Tue 29 Jul, AT 14:10

Police adverts 'won't deter committed pirates', but could hit pirates where it hurts

A person using computers and a mobile

Revenge porn law: more clarity needed, say Lords

One-Minute Read Tue 29 Jul, AT 09:56

Existing laws deemed 'fit for purpose', as social media sites and parents urged to tackle the practice

Labour's Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper

Domestic violence: coalition has 'turned its back' on victims

One-Minute Read Mon 28 Jul, AT 14:11

Yvette Cooper demands tougher action as abusers are 'not being brought to justice'

UK passport

Passport crisis: how the strike could jeopardise your holiday

One-Minute Read Mon 28 Jul, AT 10:41

Workers strike over pay, as Home Office says 'irresponsible' action will cause further delays for summer holidaymakers

NHS hospital Stafford vk

NHS: millions shut out of doctors' surgeries

One-Minute Read Mon 28 Jul, AT 09:54

Royal College of GPs says new data is 'shocking indictment' of NHS

Placards adorn the roadside camp of anti-fracking activists in Barton

Fracking: ministers tighten rules as bidding process opens

One-Minute Read Mon 28 Jul, AT 08:48

Half of Britain open to fracking, with national parks protected in all but 'exceptional circumstances'

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