I’m confident of positive outcome, says PSNI chief facing misconduct probe

Northern Ireland’s police chief has insisted a probe into alleged misconduct in public office will not find any wrongdoing.

Police at the scene outside Parsons Green Tube station (Yui Mok/PA)

New arrest made in connection with fatal stabbing outside Tube station

A second teenager has been arrested on suspicion of murder following a stabbing outside Parsons Green Tube station.

First Secretary of State Damian Green

Political abuse level fuelling atmosphere of rising hatred, says First Secretary

The rising level of political abuse is fuelling an “atmosphere of increasing hatred” which threatens to poison democratic politics in the UK, First Secretary Damian Green has warned.

The result shows that academic staff are prepared to take "sustained" action, the union said (Chris Ison/PA)

University lecturers support industrial action over pensions

University lecturers and other academic staff have shown “overwhelming support” for industrial action over pensions.

Universities will also have to publish the pay of anyone earning more than £100,000 (Andrew Matthews/PA)

Universities could face fines for failing to protect free speech

Universities that fail to protect free speech, or are unable to justify high salaries for bosses, could face fines or lose funding under Government plans.

Britain braced for another battering in the wake of Ophelia (Niall Carson/PA)

UK braces for ‘weather bomb’ as Storm Brian moves in

Storm Brian is expected to batter the UK coast days after Ophelia wreaked destruction.

Incidents ranged from dumping bags of household waste, fridges and other white goods to construction rubble, tyres, asbestos and even animal carcasses (Chris Radburn/PA)

Councils in England reported one million fly-tipping incidents in 2016

More than a million cases of fly-tipping were reported by English councils last year, as incidents of illegal waste dumping rose for the fourth year in a row.

The exhibition at Stonehenge allows visitors to find out about the diet and lifestyle of people who built and used it (Clare Kendall/PA)

Stonehenge builders’ diet habits revealed at exhibition

The builders of Stonehenge feasted on pigs and cattle transported from as far away as north-east Scotland, a new exhibition at the Neolithic site shows.

BP chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg, who has announced plans to step down from the oil major (PA/BP)

BP hunts for successor as chairman looks to retire

The chairman of BP has announced plans to step down from the oil major, sparking a hunt for his successor.

The Queen attends the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery parade in Hyde Park (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Queen inspects King’s Troop Royal Artillery formed at request of George VI

The Queen has taken to an open-top vehicle to inspect a ceremonial military unit which owes its existence to her father King George VI.

The devolved institutions at Stormont remain suspended (Paul Faith/PA)

Bill Clinton and Theresa May hold talks on Northern Ireland deadlock

Theresa May has held talks with former US president Bill Clinton on the continuing political deadlock in Northern Ireland.

The intervention comes as EU leaders meet at a crunch summit in Brussels (Yui Mok/PA)

David Davis: EU nationals in UK could get window of time for family reunion

European Union nationals in Britain could be given a window of time in which their family members will be able move to the country after Brexit, David Davis has said.

Police-recorded offences are one of two official sources used to analyse trends in crime (Yui Mok/PA)

Rise in violent crime pushes recorded offences past five million mark

A surge in violent crime has helped push the number of offences recorded by police past the five million mark for the first time in a decade, official figures reveal.

Terry Butcher won 77 caps for England and appeared at three World Cups during his playing career (Graham Stuart/PA)

Terry Butcher and his family ‘devastated’ by loss of his son

Former England football captain Terry Butcher has said he is “devastated” after the death of his son Christopher aged 35.

Theresa May speaks with French president Emmanuel Macron, right, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, at the EU summit in Brussels (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Angela Merkel hails ‘encouraging’ signs for Brexit trade talks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave Theresa May a Brexit boost as EU leaders gathered for a summit in Brussels, saying there were “encouraging” signs that talks on the future UK/EU trade relationship could begin as early as December.

Norfolk Police want to save £10 million by 2020.

Norfolk Police could be first to drop PCSO role to make savings

A police force could become the first to scrap its PCSOs, stating the cost of the role is not significantly different to that of a police constable but they have fewer powers.

Michael O'Neill leaves Edinburgh Sheriff Court where he pleaded guilty to drink-driving (Jane Barlow/PA)

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill fined and banned for drink-driving

Northern Ireland football manager Michael O’Neill has been banned from the road and fined after pleading guilty to drink-driving.

Scotland will be the first part of the UK to introduce a ban on smacking children.

Scotland to become first part of UK to ban smacking of children

The smacking of children will be banned in Scotland, the Scottish Government has confirmed.

Southern Rail drivers have been involved in a long-running dispute

Union recommends drivers accept deal to end Southern Rail dispute

Southern Rail drivers are to be balloted on a proposed deal to end their long-running dispute about driver-only trains, and a five-year pay deal worth 28.5%.

Laura Shann is believed to be one of Britain's shortest servicewomen (Royal Navy/MoD Crown Copyright/PA)

Royal Navy job no tall order for 4ft 11in servicewoman

A 24-year-old believed to be one of Britain’s shortest servicewomen is training for one of the Royal Navy’s most dangerous jobs.

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