Punk singer Hazel O'Connor hospitalised after 'bleeding on the brain'
The 1980s pop singer and actor Hazel O'Connor is recovering after what her family described as a "serious medical event".
BBC chief warns licence fee freeze will leave 285m funding gap
The BBC will be forced to axe some of its programming after being left with a £285m gap in funding from the two-year licence fee freeze, its director general has warned.
A Mayor and the Challenge of Making the City Safer
Eric Adams made public safety a campaign issue. Now, as mayor, he will be held accountable.
Inside Politics: Cummings - PM lied to parliament about Downing Street garden party
Without Dominic Cummings, there is a good chance Boris Johnson would not be in No 10 Downing Street.
BBC licence fee to be frozen at 159 for two years, government confirms
Speaking in the House of Commons on Monday, Ms Dorries said the government could "not justify extra pressure on the wallets of hardworking households".
University of Michigan fires president
The University of Michigan Board of Regents fired its president, Dr. Mark Schlissel, Saturday after investigating an anonymous complaint that he was having an affair with a subordinate.
Hong Kong police arrest two Cathay flight attendants accused of Covid rule breach
Hong Kong police have arrested and charged two former Cathay Pacific flight attendants over allegations they broke the city's coronavirus rules.
UCLA's Jay Shaw and Chase Cota become the latest to enter a crowded transfer portal
UCLA likely lost two veterans of the Chip Kelly era Monday when cornerback Jay Shaw and wide receiver Chase Cota announced on social media they had entered the transfer portal.
Magistrates will get power to give one-year jail sentences to cut backlog
Magistrates in England and Wales will be given more sentencing powers in an attempt to tackle the backlog of cases waiting to be dealt with by criminal courts.
Plans drawn up 'to scrap all Covid rules in England as early as March'
The government is reportedly drawing up plans to ditch Covid laws in England from as early as the spring.