Lawyers for the young person said: ‘Nothing inappropriate or unlawful has taken place between our client and the BBC personality’
The Government has given some ground on holding unaccompanied children in detention – but the changes may not be enough to appease Tory opponents of the measures
School is officially out for summer for many pupils across the UK
Charlie Degale is on a mission to get more Black men talking about cancer after growing up in a community where men often ignore symptoms thinking they will ‘go away’ as new analysis reveals Black men are less likely to share their feelings
US Central Command, which is responsible for protecting America’s interests in the Middle East, said it carried out the strike on Friday (7 July) using MQ-9 drones
Thames Water continues to make financial losses and still faces an uncertain financial future, in spite of the lifeline from shareholders.
Commonly known as flying ant day, even though it normally takes place over several days, the peak can be at different times in different parts of the country
‘This thing is going to be a monster,’ a former senior data scientist said of Threads. ‘I think there’s a lot of potential for this to be the one that replaces Twitter’