Man dies after street attack in Wigan
A man has died after being attacked by a group of people.
A man has died after being attacked by a group of people.
Hotel Chocolat's initial public offering has valued the firm at £167 million and netted the company's founders more than £20 million.
The mother of Fusilier Lee Rigby has said she feels a "constant pain every single day" following the brutal murder of her son three years ago.
Surgeons can perform a hysterectomy on a paranoid schizophrenic who has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and lacks the mental capacity to make decisions about treatment, a judge has ruled after a hearing in a specialist court.
Police are searching for a woman who is believed to have gone on the run with her two children after posting on Facebook that her daughters had been taken into care.
Uncertainty ahead of the EU referendum could see UK growth grind almost to a halt after figures showed service sector activity rose at its weakest pace for more than three years last month.
Police officers have risen to a challenge to show off their best dance moves.
A London mayoral candidate has made a formal complaint after council bungling meant many voters were turned away from the ballot box.
Madonna has defended the revealing dress she wore to the Met Gala in New York, saying it was a "political statement as well as a fashion statement".
BT has unveiled a £6 billion programme to upgrade its network in a move to extend ultrafast broadband to at least 10 million homes and businesses and lay fibre optic lines to around two million premises across the UK.
Prince Harry has spoken of the "gaping hole" left in his life following the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
Prince Harry has announced the work of his Sentebale charity supporting HIV positive young people in Africa will be expanded to a new country - Botswana.
Just 13.6% of working film directors in the UK are women, new research has revealed.
Northern Ireland's political leaders have cast their votes in the election for the Stormont Assembly.
A famous British actor who won an injunction to prevent claims that he slept with a prostitute from being published has been named in the US.
Police are continuing to excavate the former home of a paedophile couple who knew serial killers Fred and Rose West.
Successful organ transplants from donors with HIV to patients with the infection will help reduce shortages, a leading medic has said.
Top secret plans to use carrier pigeons during the Second World War have been discovered in public records archives.
Voting is under way across the UK in the biggest test of political opinion since the general election.
Health officials "failed" to spot the growing "crisis" facing GP practices over a number of years, a new report has found.
Labour will remain the biggest party in the Welsh Assembly but will lose seats, a poll on the eve of the election has suggested.
Junior doctors and the Government have been encouraged to break the deadlock and resume negotiations over the medics' long-running pay dispute.
British Universities account for a 10th of the world's best when it comes to global reputation, but many have dropped down the rankings in the past year.
Labour chiefs have refused to comment on a fresh bout of suspensions by the party amid allegations of anti-Semitism.
The New Day newspaper is to close on Friday, nine weeks after launching, its owner Trinity Mirror has confirmed.
A fresh top-level international intervention in the Brexit battle is on the cards as Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe heads to Downing Street for talks with David Cameron.
The Rolling Stones have told Donald Trump to stop playing their songs during his campaign.
The NHS Choir have signed a Hollywood film deal to tell their story of success.
Actress Emma Thompson has said she thinks the trend of movie studios hiring young stars because of their social media following is a "disaster".
The mental health champion for schools, who criticised the pressure put on young people by the rigorous testing culture, has been axed.
The New Day - the UK's first new stand-alone national newspaper in three decades - will be axed just over two months after its launch, according to sources.
British astronaut Tim Peake feared being left stuck in space if the West's relations with Russia deteriorated, a Foreign Office minister has said.
An ill schoolboy's life could have been saved had two doctors at his local GP intervened, a jury has heard.
Schools minister Nick Gibb has defended tests for primary school children saying they exist to hold schools to account and that "no child should be put under stress" by the assessments.
Alex Salmond has urged Scots-Americans to reject "the nightmare" of Donald Trump winning the US presidency and getting his finger on the nuclear button.
Two elderly women have been killed within minutes of each other while crossing the road in separate accidents.
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has been branded a "chump" by Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker over his attitude to the BBC.
Glastonbury festival organisers will mark the recent deaths of pop stars David Bowie and Prince at this summer's extravaganza.
A gang of conmen who fleeced pensioners out of their life savings in a £1 million fraud have been condemned by a judge as "heartless" as they were all jailed.
Shooting stars spawned by history's most famous comet should be visible from the UK over the next two days.
Chloe Grace Moretz has fought back over accusations of prudish behaviour in her Twitter spat with Kim Kardashian over the reality star's naked selfie.
Electors will be able to vote for 108 members of the Northern Ireland Assembly when the polls open on Thursday.
A paedophile priest who admitted abusing more than 100 children was allowed unfettered access to youngsters for more than two years after allegations were first made against him.
Petrochemical giant Ineos has "fired the starting gun" on its fracking programme by pressing ahead with plans to lodge test drilling applications by the end of the year.
A chief constable had an affair with his assistant chief constable, resulting in her husband, who was also an officer, attacking him at home, a tribunal has heard.
The UK's fondness for superhero movies shows no sign of waning, with the latest blockbuster Captain America: Civil War shooting straight to the top of the box office charts.
Northern Ireland's most senior judge has expressed disappointment that funding has not yet been found for legacy inquests.
The suspected remains of a newborn baby have been discovered at recycling plant in Ireland, police have said.
Political leaders in Northern Ireland have made their final pitch for votes ahead of the Assembly election.
A hamster called Marvin has become a member of the Royal Household.
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