'Moral obligation to take action': Iceland to cut Little Steps baby formula price
A major retailer has moved to cut the cost of baby formula after a Sky News investigation revealed the impact of high prices on families.
Rishi Sunak 'made calculation he doesn't need Muslim voters', claims Tory MP Rehman Chishti
Rishi Sunak has "made the calculation" that he doesn't need Muslim voters for his "political purposes", a former minister has claimed.
Cat killer Scarlet Blake who had 'obsession with death' jailed for life for murdering man
A cat killer who filmed herself torturing the animal before putting it in a blender has been jailed for life for murdering a man four months later.
Post Office scandal: Victims secure improved interim compensation
The government has announced it will significantly increase the interim payment given to Post Office workers who have their convictions overturned, from £163,000 to £450,000.
Underwater experts involved in Nicola Bulley case to join search for two-year-old boy in Leicester
Underwater experts who supported the search for Nicola Bulley will join the operation to find a two-year-old boy who fell into a river in Leicester, police have said.
Police called to Willy Wonka-inspired experience in Glasgow as families demand refunds
A Willy Wonka-inspired experience was brought to a halt following complaints it was "an absolute shambles of an event" and left children in tears.
Charlotte Church denies antisemitism accusations after leading choir in pro-Palestinian chant
Welsh singer Charlotte Church has said she is in "no way antisemitic" after taking part in a concert which featured a controversial pro-Palestinian chant.
Treatment of Everton proves Premier League 'can't properly regulate football', says Andy Burnham
The mayor of Greater Manchester has said the Premier League's treatment of Everton FC has proved "it can't properly regulate football".