September 19, 2017 11:02 PM Gap year student died after private hospital refused to treat him
A student on a gap year visit to Cambodia died after a private ambulance crew refused to take him to hospital because they thought he did not have medical insurance, an inquest has heard. Kit Mallinson, 18, had been suffering from a chest infection and was found unconscious in his seat after a 12-hour overnight bus journey. The driver called an ambulance 67
September 7, 2017 6:33 AM Northern Ireland 'should have different Brexit deal'
The European Union wants Northern Ireland to have a different Brexit deal to the rest of the UK, papers seen by the BBC suggest. The document says the UK should take responsibility for finding a "unique solution" so people can work, go to school or get medical treatment either side of the Irish border. Details will be published by the EU's chief negotiator 24
August 31, 2017 5:32 PM Tycoon Green's lawyers warn Field over BHS pension disclosure
Sir Philip Green has accused the MP Frank Field of a "disgraceful" attack over his BHS pension deal in a letter seen by Sky News. Sky News has learnt that Sir Philip and his lawyers warned Mr Field that The Pensions Regulator had been alerted over what they allege would be a contravention of pension and data protection laws by the parliamentarian 47
August 27, 2017 7:08 PM David Davis wants 'flexibility and imagination' in Brexit talks
As he opens discussions on Monday, Mr Davis is expected to say he wants to agree a deal which is in the best interests of both sides, and expects the four days of talks to be "constructive". "For the UK, the week ahead is about driving forward the technical discussions across all the issues," the Brexit Secretary is expected to say. "We want to lock in the points 33
August 27, 2017 7:43 AM Scotland's papers: Police foil machine gun 'hit'
The Sunday Herald reports that an "influential" left wing journal has said Scottish and UK Labour's most senior officials should be purged from the party to stop Blairites seeking to "undermine" Jeremy Corbyn. Scottish scientists say expectant mothers who live in Britain's worst air pollution hotspots risk causing almost as much harm to their unborn 26
August 26, 2017 7:36 PM 'She's had no contact with the boys, it's really sad': Sarah Harding's step-mother reveals she has NEVER met her half-brothers... as she admits finding her CBB appearance 'distressing'
And now Sarah Harding's step-mother is reaching out to the former Girls Aloud star following her appearance on the Channel 5 reality show, urging her to get in touch with her two half-brothers, Oscar, eight, and Charlie, five. She continued: 'They know who Sarah is and they've seen her in Girls Aloud videos and the papers. I donâ€™t think their friends 35
August 24, 2017 11:56 AM Isambard waves off its final cohort of students ahead of new start in September
The principal of Isambard School has hailed the final cohort of student's successes before it becomes Abbey Park School this September. The final cohort of Isambard Year 11 students received their GCSE results today. With the school set to become Abbey Park School in just over a week’s time, these results are the first public examinations since the school 22
August 22, 2017 4:52 PM Polish prosecutors investigate Walesa's sworn testimony
WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Poland's special prosecutors said Tuesday they are investigating whether former president and democracy icon Lech Walesa made false statements during sworn testimony. Critics of the investigation say it's a new step by Poland's ruling party to diminish Walesa's status as leader and hero of the country's victorious pro-democracy 22
August 21, 2017 12:33 AM Davis calls on EU to move Brexit talks forward amid warning of delays
As Britain prepares to publish five papers, it urges the EU to consider discussing trade relations along with divorce issues. Brexit Secretary David Davis has urged the European Union to discuss aspects of the future relationship now, arguing it is "inextricably linked" to some withdrawal issues that must be worked through first. "With the clock ticking 27
August 19, 2017 8:32 PM David Davis warns EU over repeating Brexit negotiations 'with the clock ticking'
There is no point in negotiating aspects of Brexit twice as the "clock is ticking", David Davis has warned the European Union in a bid to push withdrawal talks towards discussions on a future trading relationship. During the next week the Brexit Secretary is due to publish five position papers setting out Britain's negotiating strategy in an attempt 20