Some 51,000 criminal cases were outstanding in England and Wales by October, leaving lives on hold.
Insulate Britain have returned and blocked roads in three locations across London with the police saying they are on the scene to deal with the protesters.
West Kirby RNLI were told the dog was afraid of men, so crew member Ella Marston came to the rescue.
The men were all travelling in the same car when it hit a tree on Sunday evening, police say.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
Lloyds bank will close in April 2022 with customers being told to use the Post Office instead.
Blue Eden includes a tidal lagoon, floating solar panels, a battery plant and eco homes.
Stormont must invest in its own health service in the future., says Health Minister Robin Swann.
The first minister is calling for "credible action, not face-saving slogans" from COP26.
UK networks agree to block almost all internet calls coming from abroad if they pretend to be UK numbers.
Despite continued uncertainty over the trajectory of the pandemic, half of people are apparently already planning foreign holidays next year.
Fifteen years after five women were killed in Ipswich, prostitution returns to streets in the town.
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has begun his first full day of a hunger strike outside the Foreign Office, in protest at the government's "inaction" over his wife's case.
London's pollution charge zone for older vehicles has become 18 times larger, impacting tens of thousands of motorists.
A woman has found her biological father after help from a community Facebook group.
Several of Monday's front pages dissect Chancellor Rishi Sunak's plans for the upcoming Budget.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted he will not resign, despite enduring his "darkest day" in the Old Trafford dugout as he watched his side thrashed 5-0 by Liverpool.
Insulate Britain has pledged to restart its road-blocking protests despite legal injunctions which mean its members risk being fined or jailed.
Health leaders welcome the money but say it only goes so far and staff shortages need to be fixed.
There are fears thousands of jobs could be lost in the fight against climate change.
Molly, 14, died after viewing graphic content on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook.
Engineers say parts of a turbine fell into the sea during maintenance work at an offshore wind farm.
The 42-year-old, who will have surgery to remove a tumour on Monday, says the "outlook is positive".
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has gone on hunger strike for the second time in two years, telling Sky News: "We can't wait forever".
Oxfam has withdrawn a bingo game that features "inspirational women" after concerns were raised by transgender and non-binary colleagues.
Mountain rescuers, cavers, drones and search dogs from across England have joined in the search.
One was taken to hospital after trouble erupted at Coventry City's ground on Saturday.
The singer-songwriter says he will be "self-isolating and following government guidelines".
A "record number" of coronavirus booster jabs were administered on Saturday, with more than 800,000 inoculations given in the past 72 hours, the NHS has said.
Welsh government "thinking about" changes amid concern about high levels of Covid-19, says minister.
Radio host Steve Allen has apologised to Strictly Come Dancing star Tilly Ramsay after calling her a "chubby little thing" live on air and blaming her "dad's cooking".
Worshippers felt "shaken" after racist images were shown in a Sabbath service on Zoom, a rabbi says.
Racial injustice is "baked into our curriculum", a teacher who complained about a history textbook has said.
Scotland's health secretary can not rule out restrictions if the UN climate summit creates a Covid spike.
Users of the Tesco website and app are experiencing disruption following an "attempt to interfere" with the system, the retail giant has said.
It is unheard of for hospitals to be running well beyond capacity at this time of year, says a GP.
Pauline Hoggard was 16 when she found the tail end of an ichthyosaur in a cliff in Whitby.
The victim is in hospital after he was attacked in a flat in north Belfast on Saturday night.
Police were called to an area of Brentwood, Essex, in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Eight people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after two teenagers died in the early hours of this morning in Brentwood, Essex.
She had to pull out of last year's contest after coming into contact with someone with Covid.
Britain's biggest supermarket is still trying to resolve the issue as shoppers complain about a lack of information.
The chancellor says he will set out a plan for rebuilding the economy next week based on skills
Shadow minister for victims and youth justice calls for action, saying "women and girls are terrified".
Martin Geissler looks at who owns buildings and spaces in our towns and cities and why it matters.
People are increasingly falling out of love with English breakfasts, according to cafe owners.
Police are searching for two suspects after a man found a death threat scrawled in toothpaste on his bathroom mirror.
The bridge - which connects Devon and Cornwall - carries 16 million vehicles a year.
Jonny Heald created the 5,000-piece model over three months during lockdown.
Prisoners are being released with nowhere to live prompting requests for tents and sleeping bags.
Matthew Rutherford lost the ability to speak after a car crash but has embraced a new approach.
Covid left him waiting to pass the milestone after 25 years of enjoying the wooden rollercoaster.
The number of teenagers giving birth here fell below 500 in 2020 for the first time.
When Black History Walks decided to take its tour of London to the Thames in the form of a cruise, the idea was meant to be a one-off to help raise money for heritage plaques celebrating the lives of key figures in black history.
When Jemma Bere’s family was in crisis, she made a split-second decision that changed the trajectory of her life.
Speculation over tougher Covid restrictions and the upcoming Budget feature on Sunday's front pages.
Boris Johnson has repeated his call for those eligible to get their COVID-19 booster jabs over the coming weeks, insisting vaccines are the UK's "way through" the pandemic.
A government source says the EU has offered "things that we can work with" but gaps remain.
From 2025, physics, chemistry and biology will no longer be offered as separate GCSE subjects.
Dementia patient Esme Hanson was left stranded in hospital because of a lack of home care.
Robin Swann says he "will not be deterred" from recommending more restrictions if cases rise.