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A scheme that allows people to contest sentences in England and Wales is to be expanded.
Dozens of students say they were "traumatised" by investigations that left them feeling unsafe on campus.
A police and crime commissioner thinks teen social groups can make towns "inhospitable" for gangs.
The Home Office's new housing partner says those refused the right to stay in the UK will not face lock-change evictions.
Muhammad Malik, who strangled his wife, accused both her and his ex-wife of abusing their children.
A Royal Horticultural Society collection of family photos show gardening during World War Two
Eleven justices, in Britain's highest court, will rule on whether the decision to prorogue Parliament was legal.
Despite experiencing some prejudice, Tulsi Vagjiani says she is determined to travel with an open mind.
Boris Johnson's absence from a press conference in Luxembourg dominates Tuesday's front pages.
The PM says the EU is "fed up" with endless delays, as the Luxembourg PM chastises him at a press conference.