Three quarters of rape and sexual assault survivors say mental health worsened by police - report
Three out of every four rape and sexual assault victims say their mental health was harmed during the police investigation, according to new research.
Rishi Sunak watering down green pledges not a 'cynical ploy' but what is 'right', says business secretary
Rishi Sunak's watering down of climate pledges is not a "cynical ploy" - but is rather the prime minister doing "what is right", Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch has said.
Rail passengers see cancellations and delays after heavy rain
Rail passengers are facing cancellations and significant delays this morning after heavy rain overnight.
Parents don't believe children must be in school every day anymore - report
Parents don't believe their children must go to school every day anymore, according to a new report - and it would take a "monumental" effort to change their minds.
British Cold War nuclear test veterans claim MOD is hiding some of their medical records
It’s been more than six decades since John Morris served on Christmas Island in the South Pacific where the British government tested nuclear weapons.
Zoo animal poo could be used to treat diabetic foot ulcers - saving the NHS £1bn a year
Viruses found in zoo animal poo could be used to treat diabetic foot ulcers and save the NHS £1bn a year, researchers have suggested.
Next raises profit outlook again as sales and cost pressures prove better than expected
Next, the fashion to homewares retailer, has raised its annual profit expectations for the third time in four months after sales and costs came in better than expected during the first half of its financial year.
Sunak was chosen as leader to end the chaos - but his climate announcement may jar with image as stable leader
The cross-party climate consensus in place for many years has been shattered.