UB40 lead tributes to Musical Youth's Frederick Waite Jr following his death
UB40 are among those who have paid tribute to Musical Youth drummer Frederick Waite Jr following his death at the age of 55.
'Almost half of six-year-olds not meeting physical activity targets'
Almost half of British six-year-olds are not meeting their daily recommended exercise targets, according to a new study.
Suspected gas explosion which killed girl 'an accident waiting to happen'
A suspected gas explosion in a London suburb that killed a four-year-old girl was "an accident waiting to happen", neighbours have said.
Community police to encourage victims of institutions for women to come forward
Police have started a programme of community outreach to speak with victims of historical institutions for women.
Man charged over shootings which left a father-of-six dead and two people hurt
A man has been charged in connection with an alleged murder and three attempted murders following a series of firearm incidents in north-west Scotland.
Rail workers and civil servants set to vote on more strike action
Rail workers and civil servants across the UK are set to vote on further strike action amid a series of fresh disputes over pay, jobs and working conditions.
Heatwave will cause more mass factory farm deaths, animal charities warn
Charities are warning of "another fresh hell" for animals in the coming days, fearing millions could suffer and perish in the heatwave.
Vicar speaks of grief and loss as Keyham remembers shooting tragedy one year on
Although a year has passed since five people were killed in one of Britain's worst mass shootings, the grief and loss remains as raw, a vicar has said.
Sunak ramps up promises to tackle cost-of-living crisis
Rishi Sunak has ramped up his promises to tackle the cost-of-living crisis as he seeks to gain ground on his rival in the Tory leadership contest.
The pioneering British town which has committed to going vegan
In many ways, Haywards Heath is an unremarkable British town.
13 rivers in England at lowest level ever recorded amid crippling drought
Thirteen rivers in England are at their lowest ever recorded levels, officials say, as the nation suffers from its driest July in nearly 90 years.