The ongoing arrangement has sparked a public backlash from fans who support the #FreeBritney movement.
Leah Walker says she was “devastated” when her abuser was allowed back to the area where she lives.
Persimmon and Aviva commit to change in light of competition watchdog inquiry into sector.
The paper’s closure – days after its assets were frozen – is a blow to media freedom in Hong Kong.
The government says it will take a “cautious approach” to firms that owe it money after the pandemic.
The government says there’s an “inconsistent, ad-hoc and potentially harmful gap in regulation”.
Two England players are self-isolating after a Scotland player tested positive for Covid.
Five years on from referendum, it turns out there were far more EU nationals in the UK than was thought.
The Home Office says people with a reasonable excuse for a delay can complete their forms later.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.