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A Briton who was rescued off the Cuban coast from a doomed trip that saw his wife mysteriously vanish is to be sentenced for smuggling stolen coins.
The parents of a seriously ill boy are waiting to see whether they have won a High Court treatment fight with doctors.
The Duke of Cambridge will visit the Triumph motorcycle factory and a technology park to celebrate world-class bikes and innovative vehicles.
Senior Oxfam figures are facing a grilling from MPs over the aid worker sex scandal which has engulfed the charity.
An employment law case on whether a plumber was a worker or a contractor will be considered by the UK’s highest court today.
The chief executive of Oxfam is the subject of an internal investigation over the handling of a sex abuse claim.
Only one in 10 council-run nurseries provide sufficient hours of childcare to allow parents to work full time, campaigners have claimed.
Grey squirrels could have taken over from native red squirrels in the UK due to their problem-solving powers, researchers said.
Young prisoners are keeping in touch with their families using in-cell phones and Skype.
MSPs are expected to back plans to create a new income tax system for Scotland in a key vote at Holyrood.
Northern Ireland’s mental health service is being “starved” of funding during the power-sharing logjam, campaigners said.
A charity has urged Twitter to do more to help disabled users report hate speech against them on the site, claiming it remained too difficult to report disability-related abuse.
Directors of collapsed construction giant Carillion have been accused of being “contemptuous” of their pension obligations.
Almost one in three working-age adults in Northern Ireland is jobless. a report showed.
A petition calling for the East Coast Mainline to be brought back into public ownership will be handed to the Government on Tuesday amid expectations of an imminent decision on the future of the franchise.
The impact of the Government’s apprenticeship levy on employers has been “disastrous”, according to a business leader.
Disabled people are unable to afford the same standard of living as non-disabled people, a charity has warned.
A fake news “vaccine” has been launched in the form of an online game that aims to make people misinformation-savvy by revealing the tricks used by media truth-twisters.
Improvements are needed in the way foreign aid is delivered, a watchdog has told International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt.
Councils have been targeted in nearly 100 million cyber attacks in five years, an investigation has found.