Medals hopes on second day of Games
Competing nations will be hoping to boost their hauls of medals today as the second day of the Commonwealth Games gets under way.
Hunt orders poultry factories probe
A safety audit of two poultry factories has been ordered by the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt following an investigation that uncovered alleged hygiene failings at the processing plants.
Social media users 'feel jealous'
Nearly two thirds of social media users say that sites like Facebook and Twitter make them feel inadequate about their own lives and achievements.
Youth Contract 'to be ended early'
The Government's flagship scheme to get young people back into work is being wound up a month early after failing to help more than a fraction of those it targeted.
Childrens' pocket money 'down 2.4%'
Children are yet to experience the green shoots of economic recovery with their pocket money dropping 2.4% from a six-year high to an average of £6.35.
Mid East tourists are top shoppers
Middle East visitors are some of the biggest shoppers during trips to the UK but the Chinese appear more choosy, according to a survey.
Struggle to find flexible childcare
Low-income families are still struggling to find good quality, flexible childcare, according to a new report.
Royals' childhood treasures on show
Gifts given to Prince George - from a rocking horse to a silver breakfast set - are some of the star attractions of a new exhibition opening the nursery door on royal childhood.