After a chilly night, Temperatures will 'soar' again over the weekend as Britain experiences a new heatwave
The UK has reversed its policy of unmanned space missions, meaning Britons can now become astronauts
Celebrations to include an equestrian-themed party for 7,000 at Windsor Castle
Members voted against admitting female members because they might 'ruin the camaraderie and banter'
The Chancellor's second budget of the year set out plans for a national living wage - and £12bn of welfare cuts
Use of legal highs fuelling debt and violence behind bars and becoming a source of ‘increasing concern'
Six staff members on a team-building exercise fired after filming 'abhorrent' video depicting a fake beheading
Memorials set to mark ten years since 7/7, the deadliest terrorist attack in UK since Lockerbie
The 1.5-mile bridge, opened in 1890, is hailed as an 'extraordinary and impressive milestone'
Royal couple spend £60,000 moving private tennis court, in latest refurbishment to their country home
Family says questions over why authorities were unaware of Arnis Zalkalns's murderous past must be answered
Staff want to reassure 'distraught' child that 18th-century artefact has been fixed
Jeremy Hunt announces new move as two reports give bleak assessments of NHS finances
Allergy sufferers warned that pollen levels are rising to 'very high' levels this week
Winton saved hundreds of children from the Nazis after seeing the plight of Jewish refugees in Prague
John Palmer was linked to mammoth gold heist and later swindled money out of thousands of Brits
Inspectorate of Constabulary accuses police of not listening to victims of child abuse and neglect
MPs, peers and parliamentary staff tried to view the blocked 'adult' site almost half a million times
EU will establish single telecoms market, outlawing fees for browsing the web abroad
Government's own children's rights watchdog calls for an urgent end to 'disgraceful' benefits cuts