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Living with a sex offender: 'Why I stayed with my husband after he was caught with child abuse images'
Sarah* was a "smug married" woman with a "middle-class, middle-everything life", before a knock on the door brought her world crashing down.
Government expected to announce new measures to cut legal migration - including high minimum salary for skilled workers
The government will announce a package of measures today aimed at reducing record levels of legal migration.
Mother suing building firm RJ McLeod over son's manhole death at Glasgow construction site
A mother is suing a building firm over safety failures that led to the death of her 10-year-old son.
Word of the year 2023 is 'rizz' after Tom Holland interview fuelled rise in use - but what does the Oxford pick mean?
"Rizz", meaning romantic appeal, has been chosen as the Oxford 2023 word of the year.
BBC licence fee: Minister 'concerned' planned rise is 'very high' amid reports it could be scrapped
The culture secretary has said she is concerned the planned 9% rise in the BBC licence fee is "very high" and that the BBC must remain "value for money".
Trafalgar Square Christmas tree mocked by onlookers as 'half dead'
This year's Trafalgar Square Christmas tree is missing in parts and looks "quite dead", according to reactions on social media and from passers-by.
Edinburgh Zoo's giant pandas leave their home of 12 years to start journey back to China
Yang Guang and Tian Tian -the UK's only giant pandas - are leaving for China today after spending 12 years in Scotland.
Renfrewshire social worker struck off after child found in locked room in 'state of neglect'
A social worker who failed to report seeing a padlock on a child's bedroom door has been struck off after the boy was later found by police locked in his room in a "state of neglect".
Sir Keir Starmer to promise 'better bargain' for UK in major economic speech
Sir Keir Starmer will promise a "better bargain" for the British public in a major speech that will focus on the need for economic growth over spending.
East Kilbride: Police hunt dog walker who tried to steal canine and attacked owner
A dog walker is being hunted by police after he tried to steal a canine and then attacked its owner before fleeing empty-handed in a van.