A former Met Police officer who sued the force for wrongly using its powers to investigate her after she went on holiday while on sick leave wins her case.
The latest release of previously secret Foreign Office papers from the 1980s reveals a humorous footnote to the British government's ambivalent attitude towards Nelson Mandela.
A campaign to fast-track British citizenship for South African runner Zola Budd triggered a major government rift in the mid-1980s, newly released documents show.
Margaret Thatcher held secret talks with Saudi Arabian rulers in 1985, leading up to the UK's largest arms sale, newly released official documents show.
Detectives leading a criminal investigation into the Hillsborough disaster release CCTV images of 19 men they want to speak to.
Owen Smith says if he is elected Labour leader, the party would block invoking Article 50 in Parliament unless any Brexit deal is put to the electorate.
Relatives of a Muslim man murdered by a racist say they have been recent victims of race hate abuse.
A Chicago court accepts that artist Peter Doig did not paint a landscape, valued at $10m (£7.6m) when it was believed to be by him.
The number of people needing help from paramedics after taking so-called legal highs has more than doubled each year since 2013, figures show.
Can treating the immune system lead to a revolution in treating depression?
People found carrying powerful laser pointers should be arrested, even if they are not in use, the head of the UK's aviation regulator says.
As talks are held to take forward a community buyout of Scotland's highest village, what would the prospective new owners be getting?
Detecting traces of perfume could help in the fight against crime, a study suggests
A worldwide ban on plastic microbeads in cosmetics should be imposed as soon as possible, MPs demand.
People living in Fife have gone from being among the least happy in Scotland to the most happy, a survey suggests.
An advert for bookmaker Ladbrokes featuring the superhero Iron Man is banned by the advertising watchdog over fears it would appeal to children.
The row between Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Virgin Trains boss Sir Richard Branson over seat availability dominates the front pages.
With ecstasy, or MDMA, being bought more freely on the dark net, the drug is growing in popularity - and in strength.
The Scottish government is to publish its latest calculation of taxation and spending in Scotland, as a guide to the health of Scotland's public services.
Virgin Trains has questioned footage showing Jeremy Corbyn sitting on the floor of a "ram-packed" service.