Britain and its allies face their "1937 moment" following Russia's invasion of Ukraine and must do everything possible to avert another world war, the new head of the Army is set to say.
Doctors have called for a 30% pay rise over the next five years with some medics saying they might have to take industrial action if their demands aren't met.
Mandatory life sentences for those who kill emergency workers are among criminal justice reforms designed to "make our streets safer" coming into force today.
Boris Johnson's legislation to scrap parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol has cleared its first Commons hurdle.
The mother of a murder victim whose body has never been found is hoping new information will come to light - now her daughter's killer has died.
The union representing 115,000 postal workers at Royal Mail has begun a vote that could lead to strikes in a bitter row over pay and jobs.
A woman has died and a man has life-threatening injuries after a house in Birmingham was destroyed in a gas explosion.
Police have named the woman found dead in Ilford, east London, in the early hours of Sunday and revealed they have arrested a man on suspicion of her murder.
A "dangerous" and violent man who carried out one of the worst campaigns of abuse a court had ever seen has been jailed for 18 and a half years.
Heathrow Airport has warned that a proposed reduction in the amount of money it can charge airlines per passenger would result in a major reduction in investment.