A couple whose two sons were forcibly adopted may be victims of a miscarriage of justice, according to a leading solicitor.
Two men are charged with murder after a man was fatally stabbed in West Yorkshire.
The court was told the killer never explained why he had attacked his victim.
Parents say the action by teaching assistants is causing "challenging behaviour" in their children.
A company is needed to take on a £2.75bn contract to build 60 high speed trains.
Police name a man who fell to his death while carrying out work at a market hall.
A child rapist brought to justice after a talk at a primary school is jailed for 15 years.
The engineering giant will pay £671m to settle corruption cases spanning nearly 25 years after court approval.
The day Muhammad Ali opened Jack Bodell fish and chip shop is featured in a new exhibition.
A man is arrested and bailed on suspicion of criminal damage after muck was spread across the steps outside Derby Crown Court.
A man is charged with manslaughter after the death of a man who was assaulted on a night out.
Teenager William Huntley has not had a good night's sleep for 13 years because of a rare disorder.
Crossrail carriage passes extreme weather tests in Austria.
Tom Ince scores his ninth goal in 13 games to help Derby County overcome fellow play-off hopefuls Reading at Pride Park.
Cardiff City claim their third consecutive Championship win as Rhys Healey's late goal sinks Burton Albion.
Gary Caldwell's first game in charge of Chesterfield ends in a goalless draw at home to AFC Wimbledon.
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President Trump promised to hit the ground running, so what will his first economic policy steps be?
Customer satisfaction is rising but many 25 to 34-year-olds say getting a complaint resolved is cumbersome.
Mr Trump bitterly criticised the North American Free Trade Agreement on the campaign trail.
Taiwanese technology giant, Foxconn, confirms it is considering plans to set up a plant in the US.
The firm says neither software nor hardware, other than the batteries, were at fault in Note 7 burning.
The time new cars are allowed on the road before being tested could rise under government proposals.
Ex Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers says he still struggles with addiction, three years after a drugs sting.
Personal and financial data is being sold for as little as 4p an item, according to Which?
Broadband costs will rise by between 5% and 6% while free BT Sport is to end for TV customers.
Former chancellor George Osborne is hired to advise the world's largest fund manager, BlackRock.
Retail sales in December saw the biggest monthly fall for more than four and a half years.
German firms are told they will pay a "high price" if the EU makes life hard for the UK over Brexit.
HSBC will compensate thousands of shoppers who were overcharged when they fell behind with debt payments.
The drop in the number of Britons moving house was partly due to rising prices, Lloyds Bank says.
The chancellor says Brexit uncertainty may delay some investment, but the pound's fall is attracting foreign firms.
Hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio says Trump is good for business, but worries about the populist tide.
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At least 14 activists and workers have been detained since labor unrest began last month in Bangladesh, source of much of the world’s clothing.
The company said it would form an outside advisory group and focus on quality assurance but offered little insight into the breakdowns that caused it to fail to identify the phone’s problems.
Journalists were in a state of shock a day after Sean Spicer, the press secretary, employed a combative tone and false statements in his first appearance on the White House podium.
Some lawmakers are pushing the idea of the pools, which in the past left many people with pre-existing conditions uncovered or with strict limits to health care.
Jeh C. Johnson will be a partner in the litigation department of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison.
Jury selection is set to begin in a retrial of two executives of the defunct law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf, and the Commerce Department will release fourth-quarter data.
A group of OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers have joined forces to reduce the daily amount of oil on sale by 1.8 million barrels in the first six months of this year.
The mortgage lender, like the big banks before it, has come under regulatory scrutiny. Its feisty founder, Dan Gilbert, is unfazed.
The nation’s biggest offshore wind project is up for approval, a test of how far states can pursue a clean-energy agenda in the Trump era.
China, India and even the leaders of large corporations are eager to have a bigger role in fighting global warming, meetings at the World Economic Forum showed.
The Taiwanese company, which makes iPhones for Apple, has plans for a $7 billion American investment.
The following tax-exempt fixed-income issues are scheduled for pricing this week.
The falsehoods put forth by members of the Trump team imperil one of the country’s most valuable assets: its credibility.
Some hotels and airlines are acknowledging that travel is difficult and often frustrating. Disarming customers with straight talk, they hope, will prove attractive.
The outgoing secretary of defense says providing a clear sense of direction is especially important in the national security area.
Allegations against student loan servicing company appear to follow a tainted pattern.
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