'Upskirting' law change could be implemented, Justice Secretary David Gauke signals
A change to the law surrounding upskirting could be implemented, Justice Secretary David Gauke has signalled.
M25 delays: Dramatic lorry fire shuts motorway at rush hour causing major delays
Motorists faced hours of delays after a major lorry fire shut the M25.
German Jews urged 'not to wear kippahs' after string of anti-Semitic attacks
The leader of Germany's Jewish community has told followers to avoid wearing their traditional skullcaps following a series of anti-Semitic attacks.
Liverpool fan 'assaulted by Roma supporters wielding belts as weapons' outside Anfield
A Liverpool fan was reportedly assaulted by Roma supporters who used belts as weapons ahead of the teams' Champions League clash at Anfield.
Twitter to show users what data it collects on them
Labour anti-Semitism: Jewish leaders blast meeting with Jeremy Corbyn as a 'disappointing missed opportunity'
The Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council have said their meeting with Jeremy Corbyn was "a disappointing missed opportunity" to deal with the problems of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.
Alfie Evans latest: Severely ill toddler cannot be taken to Italy for treatment, judge says
Severely ill toddler Alfie Evans cannot be taken to Italy for treatment, a judge has said.
Inside the £26m bunker powering the City from down below
Deep beneath central London, a hi-tech power plant in a former meat warehouse is helping drive down the environmental impact of London's growing energy addiction.
Commuters braced for chaos amid 'biggest timetable shake-up in rail history'
Commuters were today warned of three weeks of potential chaos during the "biggest timetable shake-up in rail history".
Donald Trump praises 'very honourable' North Korean despot Kim Jong Un
Donald Trump has praised North Korean despot Kim Jong Un as "very honourable" as he said the dictator wants to hold a meeting with him as soon as possible.
Baby 'in critical condition' after car hits two pedestrians in east London
Police say a man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving
Donald Trump warns Iran will 'have bigger problems than ever before' if nuclear tests restarted
Donald Trump warned the Iranian regime it would face "bigger problems than [it had] ever faced before" if it restarted its nuclear program.
Donald Trump memes and jokes: Funniest internet reactions to US President's 'bizarre and embarrassing' meeting with Emmanuel Macron
As Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron met at the Oval Office to discuss such pressing issues as trade, Syria and the Iran nuclear deal, social media picked up on the sometimes bizarre spectacle.
Toronto van suspect Alek Minassian charged with 10 counts of murder
A man who allegedly drove a van into a crowd of people on a Toronto pavement has appeared in court charged with 10 counts of murder.
UK weather forecast: Britain set for snow, hail and thunder as temperatures expected to plummet before weekend
Snow could return to the UK this week as temperatures are set to drop across the country, forecasters have warned.
Spanish city of Palma to ban holiday rental apartments
The Spanish city of Palma is planning to ban the owners of flats from renting out their apartments to tourists.
Restaurant boss blasts customer's 'horror show cagoule' and brands him an 'epic tool' after one-star Tripadvisor review
The owner of the Wallfish Bistro in Bristol lost his rag with a customer on social media
Sainsbury's launches UK's first electric bike delivery service in London
Sainsbury's is trialling a new fleet of electric grocery delivery bikes in south London - the first of their kind in the UK.
US court rules monkey 'cannot sue over selfie copyright'
A US court has ruled monkeys cannot sue over the copyright of photographs, the latest decision in the long-running saga of a selfie-taking macaque.
Man tasered on American Airlines flight after 'groping female passenger'
A man on an American Airlines was tasered and arrested after allegedly groping a female passenger.