Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday.
The officer was reportedly pressured to hire more women and ethnic minorities rather than white men.
Jason Evans was just four when his father died in 1993 after contracting HIV and hepatitis C.
The cost of food and drink increased by more than any other type of good over the past month.
A coroner in Maidstone rules Mati Urb's death on a family holiday to the Kent coast was an accident.
Microsoft has confirmed to Sky News that criminals are posting counterfeit packages designed to appear like Office products in order to defraud people.
Uoc Van Nguyen was among four people whose remains were found after a fire at a mill in Oldham.
A former police inspector has been jailed for making indecent pictures of children and trying to arrange to meet children for sex.
An inquiry hears how a woman and her husband fled a hotel fire that killed two men in 2017.
The Pop Idol star, who went on to have a series of West End musical hits, died at the age of 41.
The Labour leader says he is "very concerned" about the lack of vaccines in Brighton.
Bev Tumelty lost two brothers after they were infected through contaminated blood.
The boy, who cannot be named, targeted Claridge's, the Milestone and Millennium hotels.
Most people who were infected with the Omicron variant didn't even realise they had COVID-19, according to a new study from Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in the US.
A lack of blockbuster movies has hit audience numbers and would likely to continue until November, Cineworld has warned.
Benjamin Mendy walked in on a woman taking a shower and then attacked her, a jury hears.
The Manchester United footballer appeared to snatch a phone out of a young fan's hand in April.
Union members agree a truce after Arriva North West returns with a fresh 11.1% pay deal.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been cautioned by police after footage emerged of the Manchester United forward appearing to smash a phone out of an Everton fan's hand at a match.
A Leeds University student and human rights activist has been sentenced to 34 years in prison in Saudi Arabia for following activists and dissidents on Twitter.
Inspiration and advice from an expert at the gardens created by visionary plantswoman Beth Chatto.
The Met Office has warned of potential flash flooding, particularly in the south east of England.
Li Sung, 58, was stabbed to death on a side street off London's Oxford Street on Monday.
Alfie and Emma Willis, 18, even passed their tests with the identical number of minor mistakes.
Takieddine Boudhane was stabbed during a confrontation with van driver Nathan Smith in January 2020.
Police investigating the killing of 87-year-old Thomas O'Halloran who was stabbed to death have released pictures of a man seen running from the scene armed with a knife.
Price rises for people with the least disposable income have risen 24% faster than those with the most.
Ryan Giggs tells a court it was a "happy time" when his girlfriend moved in but she called it hell.
The Met described the attack on Thomas O'Halloran in west London as an act of unprovoked violence.
A man allegedly caught with a loaded crossbow in the grounds of Windsor Castle on Christmas Day said "I am here to kill the Queen", a court has heard.
A fire in railway arches near London Bridge has blocked four lines and disrupted trains, with flames also spreading to a nearby car park.
An elderly man riding a mobility scooter who was stabbed to death in west London has been named by police as Thomas O'Halloran.
Jade Harrison suffered nightmares after the accident at Hull Fair in October 2019.
Blooms now cover all of England's largest lake and the situation is "critical", a zoologist warns.
Jaswant Singh Chail allegedly entered the grounds of the castle while the Queen was in residence.
Jude Aston, 17, has cerebral palsy and has spent a year at Wolverhampton's New Cross Hospital.
Baking a salted owl and grinding it into powder to treat gout is one of the bizarre suggestions found among thousands of medieval medical remedies.
Aran Chada, from Leicestershire, had been missing since a boat trip on 22 July.
Untreated sewage has been discharged into the sea and around the coast following heavy rain.
Police investigating the sexual assault of a blind woman at a railway station have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to talk to.
Train tracks are shut near to the station while the Jubilee line is also part suspended.
Thunderstorms and flooding could hit parts of London and the South East today, forecasters warn.
An exhibition offers nostalgia and memories of a Wolverhampton home and Bollywood video rental shop.
Victims of the contaminated blood scandal to get compensation payments but some families will lose out.
Trains and buses were suspended and a hospital warned of operational issues caused by the flooding.
A hosepipe ban for Thames Water customers will start on 24 August due to "unprecedented weather conditions".
Thames Water, which has 15 million customers across the south of England, says hosepipe ban will start on 24 August
Emma Ambler says her relatives' fatal shootings shows owning a gun is a "privilege, not a right".
Two men in dark clothing were seen leaving the scene on electric bikes after the Toxteth shooting.
The death of Pop Idol Darius Campbell Danesh at the age of 41 dominates Scotland's front pages.
About 100 people in Northern Ireland affected by the scandal will receive a compensation payment.
Billy the cat woke up his owner Sam Felstead by jumping on her and meowing.
Cyclists could face 20mph speed limits and may need number plates, after Transport Secretary Grant Shapps flagged a shake-up in road laws.
Two people who used electric bikes to flee the scene of a fatal shooting in Liverpool are being hunted by police.
Elon Musk has said he is buying football club Manchester United.
Millions of public sector workers are expected to vote on strike action over pay this autumn in what could be the biggest wave of industrial action since the 1970s.
After a decades-long campaign, more than 4,000 people across the UK will get interim payments.
Cyclists facing speed limits and the death of singer Darius Campbell Danesh leads Wednesday's papers.
The government has agreed to offer £100,000 in compensation to victims of the infected blood scandal.
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College of Policing publishes new guidance to "bring consistency" to dealing with police misconduct.