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The amount of renewable power produced in 2017 could have powered Britain for the whole of 1958, a report shows.
The Science and Technology Committee is to hold an inquiry into the impact of social media and screen-use on young people’s health and well-being, it has been announced.
Most teenagers believe work experience should be compulsory in schools and colleges, according to a new study.
The Government has announced £90 million of funding to help food and agri-businesses embrace technology and innovation.
Prosecutors have made significant progress in dealing with child sex abuse cases but there is room for improvement, inspectors have said.
Mental health trusts have less money in real terms than they did in 2012, leading psychiatrists have said.
MPs have refused to sign-off the appointment of a Conservative peer chosen by the Government to become the new Charity Commission boss.
Immigration rules that break up families will be reformed under a Labour government, Diane Abbott will announce.
Heavy drinking may be a major risk factor for early-onset dementia, new research suggests.
Theresa May has been accused of being “too weak” to face down hard Brexiteers in her party after more than 60 Tories set out their demands for the next stage of exit talks.
A Liberal Democrat peer has quit his frontbench role over allegations of sexual harassment.
Part of the M20 will be closed overnight after police found a body on the road.
The biggest drop in Walmart’s stock in 30 years and losses in other sectors pulled US indexes lower, ending a six-day winning streak.
Save the Children has apologised to women employees who complained of inappropriate behaviour by the charity’s former chief executive, admitting their claims were not properly dealt with at the time.
President Donald Trump has signed a memo directing the Justice Department to propose regulations to “ban all devices” like the bump stocks used in last year’s Las Vegas massacre.
Conservative MPs have written to Theresa May with a list of demands for Brexit ahead of a crunch meeting of senior Cabinet ministers.
A lawyer for a prominent law firm is pleading guilty to lying to federal authorities about his interactions with a former Trump campaign associate.
The circus in its modern form is 250 years old and artistes are still delighting members of their public with feats of strength, dexterity or pure courage.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Sunderland to celebrate the city’s vibrant arts scene and tour a new bridge.
A British couple are to launch legal action against a Tenerife nightclub where they were injured when a dance floor collapsed.