Every frontline officer who wants a Taser will be able to carry one, the new chief constable of a leading force has said.
The European Union has restated its “single united position” over Brexit as Boris Johnson prepares for talks with the leaders of its most influential nations.
Ireland’s deputy premier has said that a no-deal Brexit is much more likely now than it has ever been.
Violence fuelled by gangs, drugs, debt and “volatile young prisoners” has “increased markedly” at one of the country’s oldest and busiest jails, inspectors have warned.
The man accused of murdering Pc Andrew Harper faces trial in January in front of a High Court judge.
Campaigners have lost a Court of Appeal challenge against the country’s first protest-free “buffer zone” outside an abortion clinic.
A body has been found in the search for missing schoolboy Lucas Dobson.
The Duchess of Sussex’s close friend Jessica Mulroney has hit out at Meghan’s critics as “racist bullies”.
A Government-commissioned independent review into HS2 will analyse whether and how the project should continue, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
GCSEs in England have undergone sweeping changes as part of education reforms that began under the coalition government.
The number of entries for GCSE religious studies has soared in the last decade, driven by young people’s increasing interest in “exploring world views”, it has been suggested.