A scandal-hit NHS trust where dozens of deaths are being investigated in order to protect mothers and babies has seen the number of cases of alleged poor care more than double to 215. The Care Quality
A crisis-hit council is expected to cut vital services after being effectively declared bankrupt. Northamptonshire County Council will meet today to discuss a radical cost-cutting proposal in response
Fewer than 1 in 100 theft offences are being solved by police, analysis shows as police criticised over priorities
Fewer than one in 100 thefts in some police force areas are being solved, an analysis shows, prompting criticism of police priorities. While the number of thefts from people have doubled to 100,000 fuelled
The sale of an historic Somme battlefield will be reversed after it provoked fury among a charity's members. The Western Front Association (WFA) has been plunged into crisis since the revelation it sold
John Bercow faced pressure to quit after a damning report found bullying and sexual harassment in Parliament had been allowed to “thrive” because of a culture of “deference, subservience, acquiescence
John Bercow to stay on as Speaker for next eight months as Labour MPs ride to his rescue and claim Brexit 'trumps bad behaviour'
John Bercow will remain in post as Commons Speaker until next year after Labour was accused of propping him up out of “political expediency” in a bid to “derail Brexit”. Mr Bercow was told by MPs in the
I know what it feels like to be bullied and intimidated by Sir Philip Green because I’ve been there. In a way it is ironic. Having spent much of my career fighting against women being mistreated in the
Baroness Brady, the Government’s small business adviser and BBC star, has been drawn into the growing furore surrounding Sir Philip Green and allegations against him of sexual harassment and racial abuse.
EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Violent and sexual abuse of children by priests and nuns, including beatings with crucifixes and dog leads, took place at two Catholic care homes over decades in Scotland, according
The Church is offering to pay people who can credibly say they were abused as children, but who can no longer file a lawsuit because the statute of limitations has passed. The Catholic Church’s sex-abuse
Minister warns abuse of 3,677 children by about 1,670 clerics may be ‘tip of the iceberg’ for Catholic church A “shocking” report into the sexual abuse of children by Catholic clergy in Germany is “probably
An explosion in the number of children wanting to change sex has prompted an inquiry by ministers. Penny Mordaunt, the Minister for Women and Equalities, wants to understand the reasons behind a 4,400