Government ‘does not know’ if bloated £14bn foreign aid budget is delivering value for money, watchdog claims
A probe by the National Audit Office concluded the Government “does not know” whether the bloated budget is delivering value for money because of its decision to divide the money between different departments
War memorial statue in Eversholt stolen for second time
The "irreplaceable" artwork depicting St Michael the Archangel was taken from the graveyard at St John the Baptist church in Eversholt, Bedfordshire
Man, 49, becomes 20th person to be charged with fraud over Grenfell Tower fire 'after swindling £30,000 in handouts'
Shaffick Brimer, of Acton, west London, was charged with fraud by false representation in relation to the tower block blaze
School apologises to parents after 13-year-old students were asked to nominate their best-looking classmates for end-of-year awards
A school that asked its pupils to rate one another on looks as well as voting for the best couple has issued an 'unreserved apology' after children refused to take part and parents raged at the competition
Private school pupil, 17, 'was murdered by friend in botched attempt to rob a drug dealer of £45 worth of cannabis'
A grammar school pupil was stabbed by his teenage friend after a botched attempt to rob a drug dealer of £45 worth of cannabis, a court heard today
Film crew worker ‘slashed in the throat with Stanley knife’ on new Anne Hathaway movie set at Warner Bros Studio
Set builder on Anne Hathaway’s new film stabbed in the throat in row over teabag at Warner Bros Studio
Entire harbour where King Canute tried to stop the tide goes on the market for £6million - with 800 moorings, a sailing club and the title Lord of Bosham included in the price
The huge waterfront site in Bosham, West Sussex, is being put on the market, giving someone the chance to become the first new Lord of Bosham in nearly 100 years
Horns are growing on young people’s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests