Actor Jonathan Majors in court for start of assault trial
The Loki and Creed III actor is accused of injuring his then-girlfriend during an argument.
Council will not light Hanukkah candles over fears of ‘inflaming’ tensions
Havering Council in east London has said it would be “unwise” for the traditional menorah to be installed outside Havering Town Hall in Romford.
Telegraph sale presents potential national security threat, Tory MPs say
Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden has been urged to use security powers to review the potential sale to an Abu-Dhabi-backed investment fund.
Holidaymaker who got sick on break to Turkey wins nine-year legal battle
Peter Griffiths took his case against tour operator Tui to the Supreme Court after losing in the county court and Court of Appeal.
Belfast primary school classrooms deemed unsafe after Raac identified
Reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete has been confirmed in part of Cairnshill Primary School.
Signed Banksy print to go under the hammer
AGILE is a hand-finished, seven-colour screen print on cardboard.
Royals involved in race row named in Dutch version of controversial book
The Dutch version of Endgame by Omid Scobie was pulled from shelves on Tuesday, the day of publication.
Having ‘inexperienced’ Cabinet gave power to Cummings, Covid inquiry told
Former chancellor Sajid Javid has described a ‘dysfunctional’ and ‘toxic’ culture in Number 10 as the pandemic began to take hold.
Nottingham City Council issues Section 114 notice over £23m budget deficit
The local authority denied that the move meant it was insolvent and said it will be able to meet current obligations to pay staff.
Government should reform ‘costly’ triple lock to free up money, OECD says
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said it is an urgent task for the UK to address its tax and spending policies.
Snow and ice warning amid plunging temperatures as minus 7.2C recorded
Snow has been recorded in eastern Scotland, Northumberland and Yorkshire.
Prime Minister facing open revolt after losing control of borders: Starmer
Rishi Sunak said the ‘toughest action ever taken to reduce legal migration’ is ‘yet to be felt’ as he faced questions in the Commons.