New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has his four game 'deflate-gate' ban restored by a US appeals court.
A father claims he was the victim of a "miscarriage of justice" when police asked him how his daughter died from a devastating head injury, a court has heard.
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A prank abduction involving a 12-year-old boy in Cheltenham is slammed by police as "inappropriate and potentially dangerous".
In a bid to avert a backbench rebellion, ministers have signal they could make it easier for councils to run academies
An Army captain who collapsed three miles from the finishing line of the London Marathon dies.
A sheepdog originally from a farm in Aberystwyth makes the 240-mile solo journey back to its birthplace from its new home in Cumbria.
Jurors reach majority decision on whether the Hillsborough disaster victims were unlawfully killed, with a decision to be formally returned on Tuesday.
Prince Harry lays a wreath at a dawn service at London's Wellington Arch and on behalf of the Queen at the Cenotaph to mark Anzac Day in the UK.
Chris Evans' Radio 2 breakfast show is to be investigated by the broadcasting watchdog over an interview with Jeremy Irons in which the actor swore.
A couple whose engagement was captured on film at the London Marathon have been found thanks to the internet
Home Secretary Theresa May says the UK has to assert itself more and change the EU from within rather than leaving.
Rory McIlroy will miss the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational as he decides to play in the French Open instead.
President Obama was more concerned about securing his legacy than UK interests when he dismissed the arguments for leaving the EU, Iain Duncan Smith says.
Tributes are paid to a British motorist who died along with two of his children in a road crash in France.
A runner surprised his girlfriend during the London marathon when he pretended to stop to tie up his shoe laces, then proposed to her.
IBF heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua to defend his title against American Dominic Breazeale at the O2 Arena on 25 June.
Michael Gove says the UK faces a migration "free-for-all" unless it leaves the EU - as Theresa May is due to make a major speech in support of remaining in the union.
Nearly two-thirds (63%) of university students believe the National Union of Students is right to have a "no platforming" policy, a Victoria Derbyshire programme survey suggests.