Flood warnings as storm hits UK
Fierce winds have brought widespread disruption with thousands of rail travellers stranded and warnings of severe flooding in coastal areas and the possibility of householders being evacuated.
Storms cause travel disruption
High winds and rain are causing havoc with transport, with those intending to travel by road, rail and air all affected.
Healthier lives mean later pensions
Controversial changes which will result in people having to work longer before they can collect their pensions are the result of a more affluent and healthy society, Nick Clegg has said.
End of the road for car tax disc
After more than 90 years affixed to British motorists' cars, the tax disc is to be scrapped and replaced with a modern electronic system, Chancellor George Osborne will announce today.
C-section mum: You stole my baby
An Italian woman whose baby girl was taken into care after she was forced to have her delivered by Caesarean section has accused social workers of stealing the child.
Nigella in court for second day
Nigella Lawson has arrived at court for a second day to finish giving evidence in the trial of two of her former personal assistants.
Sister tells of slave case reunion
The sister of one of three women allegedly held as slaves in London for more than three decades has described coming face-to-face with her relative for the first time in 35 years.
700,000 miss new benefit deadline
About 700,000 claimants of a disability benefit will not be transferred to the new Universal Credit before 2017, the Government has said today.