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The days of lumpy mash and watery gravy should become a thing of the past for hospital patients and staff as new mandatory food standards are introduced.
Douglas Carswell is due to return to his Clacton constituency alongside UKIP leader Nigel Farage, as pressure mounted on the Prime Minister from Eurosceptic backbenchers.
A South Yorkshire police officer based in Rotherham has been charged with causing a 15-year-old girl to engage in sexual activity.
The deputy of the under-fire South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright has stood down saying she believes he should have resigned over the Rotherham child abuse scandal.
Police have launched a major investigation to find a boy with a brain tumour, taken without consent from hospital by his parents.
Plain packs for cigarettes do not hurt small retailers, flood the market with cheap cigarettes, or boost the trade in counterfeit tobacco, according to new research.
A 17-year-old youth has been convicted of the murder of a young man with learning difficulties in a knife-point mugging caught on CCTV.
The Government has suffered a setback in its bid to cut net migration to the tens of thousands after official figures showed arrivals to the UK have soared.
A hack attack on the Racing Post saw 677,000 customer details stolen – but the sports betting newspaper will not be fined.
Three million working parents in England are being forced to cut back on food so they can afford to pay for their homes.