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Libby Squire: Flashers and voyeurs must be punished more harshly, says mother of murdered student

Non-contact sex offences must be punished more harshly because flashers and voyeurs can turn into rapists, the mother of murdered student Libby Squire…

Ambulance boss admits 'much more' to do after paramedics speak out over sexual harassment and misogyny

The head of the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives has admitted to MPs it needs "to do much more to make the experience of student paramedics…

King says 'wonderful messages and cards' since cancer diagnosis have 'reduced me to tears'

The King says he has been "reduced to tears" by the "many wonderful messages and cards" he has received since his cancer diagnosis.

Manchester United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants to knock City 'off their perch'

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has revealed plans to restore the greatness of Manchester United within three years and knock Manchester City "off their perch".

Julian Assange created 'grave risk' to US agents in war zones, lawyers argue

Julian Assange "created a grave and imminent risk" to American agents overseas when his WikiLeaks website published classified US documents, lawyers…

Top crime boss jailed for running cannabis farms in Scotland

A top crime boss who was caught running two cannabis farms in Scotland has been jailed for eight years.

Man charged over deaths of two people in four-vehicle M25 crash

A man has been charged with causing the deaths of two people who died in a collision on the M25.

Woman and three boys arrested after 'disturbance' near Cumbernauld school

Three boys and a woman have been arrested following an alleged disturbance near to a secondary school.

Trident missiles are reliable and nuclear weapons can be fired if needed, government says

The UK's nuclear deterrent "remains effective, dependable and formidable" - despite a Trident missile misfiring during a recent test and crashing into…

UK winners of £61m EuroMillions jackpot reveal they first thought they had only won £2.60

The UK winners of a £61m EuroMillions jackpot have been revealed as Richard and Debbie Nuttall - who at first thought they had only won £2.60.

Health board makes appointment system improvements after man's death while playing football

A health board has made improvements to its appointments system after the death of a man in Swansea.

Boris Johnson denies Tucker Carlson claims he demanded $1m for interview

A row has erupted between Boris Johnson and Tucker Carlson over claims the former prime minister requested one million US dollars to be interviewed…

Trident missile malfunction sends wrong kind of message and is more than just an embarrassing blow for…

The UK's nuclear deterrent submarines have one core mission - to maintain a continuous ability to launch a strike at any moment upon the order of the…

Wales rugby chiefs apologise after woman claims she was sexually assaulted in stadium cupboard

The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) has apologised after a woman claimed she was assaulted in a cupboard at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.

Bank of England's new King Charles notes to enter circulation from 5 June

Banknotes carrying the King's portrait will appear in Britons' wallets for the first time from 5 June.