A refugee who reported a string of racial abuse and threats to kill before he was beaten to death by his neighbour was let down by "institutional racism" at the local council and police, an inquiry has concluded.
A US Air Force base was placed on lockdown after an unauthorised man drove through the checkpoint and was shot at after driving at a military plane, police said.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has launched an unprecedented attack on two national newspapers for their coverage of Tory rebels' votes on Brexit.
Two people have died in a fire at a five-star hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond, Police Scotland have said.
The taxi driver killed in a crash in Birmingham that claimed six lives called his wife to say he was on his last job and would soon be heading home.
The UK's former chief nursing officer has become the most senior woman in the Church of England after being chosen as the new Bishop of London.
Police forces are under pressure from a high volume of calls to children's care homes, sometimes for trivial issues, a new report sugests.
The leader and deputy leader of far-right organisation Britain First have been banned from Twitter as the social media company begins to enforce new rules.
Princess Charlotte will attend Willcocks Nursery School in London from January, Kensington Palace has announced.
A leading manufacturer of building cladding systems says he fears the Government will drag its heels over recommendations from the Hackitt review of fire safety launched after the Grenfell tragedy.