Hugh Lansdell's reliance on "the power of prayer" clouded his judgement, a tribunal hears.
Jo Swinson and Ed Davey talk Brexit, austerity and the party's future at a hustings with journalists.
Theo Treharne-Jones died in hospital after being found in a pool at a resort on the Greek island.
But the duke admitted he would be "nervous" about the pressures a gay royal might face.
Simone Stapley caught the infection from her pet rat, an inquest hears.
A jury is shown CCTV footage of the moments leading up to the fatal stabbing of Lee Pomeroy.
But he said he would be worried "how much harder their life could be" because of discrimination.
The Swedish company's joint venture BoKlok is working with Worthing council to build affordable homes.
A review is taking place of which foods were consumed by staff and students at the school.
Jordan Bassett is sentenced to 18 years after he said he accidentally shot his friend Addison Packeer.
Reece Miller is under disciplinary investigation after footage emerged of a fight at the racecourse.
Latest figures also show the number of births in the UK is at its lowest level in over a decade.
The Manchester City footballer and his wife Rita "failed to pay certain expenses", a judge says.
Tavish Scott's resignation will mean a by-election in the Shetland constituency, long held by the Lib Dems.
Two children were among a group of 12 people found in the vehicle, which was stopped near Ripley.
Andrea Dowling is accused of making 31 threats including to Parliament, schools and the Super Bowl.
The first minister urges MPs to act quickly to ensure the new prime minister holds a second referendum.
Denise Jones went into labour three weeks early and gave birth to baby girl, Dolly Pink.
The politician was a passionate civil rights campaigner who will forever be linked to Bloody Sunday.
The 66-year-old was one of two men wrongly convicted of Glasgow's so-called Ice Cream Wars murders in 1984.
The former SDLP politician and civil rights leader was 75.
Two men in their 30s were left "incredibly shaken" after a homophobic knife attack in Liverpool.
The Scottish government has been trying to merge British Transport Police in Scotland with the national force since 2016.
Rosie Johnson, 22, was last seen at a PGL activity centre on the Isle of Wight on Sunday.
A scheme set up last year to rebalance the gender ratio at festivals has now been extended to more parts of the music industry.
Business and trade union figures are among those who will advise ministers on avoiding a hard border.
For years Ian Brady was able to mix with borstal boys in jail, newly released official papers reveal.
The latest swimrun was held in south Devon where about 100 entrants competed across 10km and 25km routes.
A live stream tour of a tiny museum open only one day a week attracts nearly half a million viewers.
An exhibition of 100 images takes theatre fans behind the scenes at Birmingham's Rep theatre.
The competition to win a south London flat changed its entry method mid-way through the promotion.
The Midlands Rail Hub said it wanted to create space for 24 extra passenger trains an hour by 2033.
The Piccadilly and Central lines, which serve tourist hotspots, had the most reports of theft.
The officers who risked their lives trying to save others are nominated for bravery awards.
Emma O'Connor's nine-year-old son became so anxious he stopped going to classes altogether.
Nicola Sturgeon wants the assembly to discuss the big constitutional questions facing Scotland. Here's what we know about it so far.
The Scottish government is expected to announce it will bring forward measures to top up low incomes.
The policy fails to protect families in tough times, says the Child Poverty Action Group and the Church of England.
Two iron tyres and a sword from a late Iron Age chariot are found on farmland.
He built a cult around himself - using his classes to groom teen boys for sexual abuse in school.