Parents of Lauri Love tell of their relief after judges block US extradition

The parents of alleged computer hacker Lauri Love have spoken of their relief after the High Court ruled he should not be extradited to the United States.

Jack Sargeant pictured with his mum Bernie and sister Lucy after winning the Alyn & Deeside by-election (Andy Kelvin/PA)

Jack Sargeant speaks of ‘toughest time’ as he succeeds father into Welsh Assembly

The son of late Labour politician Carl Sargeant thanked well-wishers from across the world for standing by his family during their “toughest time” as he succeeded his father in the Welsh Assembly.

The firm is facing a potential bill of £4 billion (Rui Vieira/PA)

Tesco faces record equal pay challenge that could cost £4bn

Supermarket giant Tesco is facing Britain’s largest ever equal pay challenge with a bill potentially running to £4 billion, a law firm claims.

Ethan Stables posing with a rifle (Greater Manchester Police/PA)

Far-right terrorist to be sentenced for plot to attack LGBT event

A homophobic neo-Nazi terrorist is due to be sentenced for plotting an axe and machete attack on a pub’s gay pride night.

Twelve fire engines were called to the scene (Andrew Gray/PA)

Man dies in west London flat fire

A man has died at the scene of a fire which was tackled at its peak by 80 firefighters.

The Cairngorm mountains in the Highlands (Andrew Milligan/PA)

Missing skiers found after search by rescue teams

Two skiers who failed to return from the Cairngorm mountains have been found by mountain rescue teams.

John Worboys' prison release is being challenged at the High Court (Metropolitan Police/PA)

Victims and Sadiq Khan in legal bid over release of rapist John Worboys

Two victims of black cab rapist John Worboys are to ask leading judges for the go-ahead to challenge the decision to release him from prison.

Lord Janner appeared at court over historic child sex abuse charges which have been disproved (Jonathan Brady/PA)

Lord Janner’s son vows to prosecute Westminster paedophile accuser

Lord Janner’s son has vowed to bring a private prosecution against the man at the centre of Westminster child abuse claims, who has himself been charged with paedophile offences.

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Tesco facing possible £4bn bill over equal pay challenge

An equal pay case is being taken against supermarket giant Tesco which lawyers estimate could lead to a bill of £4 billion.

The legal action has been launched by Leigh Day (Nick Ansell/PA)

Tesco ‘faces £4 billion equal pay claim’

Supermarket giant Tesco is reportedly facing Britain’s largest ever equal pay claim with a bill potentially running to £4 billion.

Paedophile Dr Matthew Falder will be sentenced for more than 100 offences (National Crime Agency/PA)

Prolific paedophile who blackmailed his victims to be sentenced

A paedophile who blackmailed his internet victims into carrying out degrading sex acts is to be sentenced.

A rescue helicopter over the Cairngorms where two skiers have gone missing in the Highlands

Search for missing skiers resumes

The search has resumed for two overdue skiers who failed to return from the Cairngorm mountains.

The RMT has demanded answers over the future of the East Coast mainline (David Parry/PA)

Rail workers left dangling by a string over East Coast mainline, RMT claims

Thousands of rail workers have been left “dangling by a string” because of unanswered questions over the future of the East Coast mainline, a union has warned.

Dementia care for elderly people living in care homes is improved by just one hour of social interaction each week, a University of Exeter study has found (Thinkstock/PA).

Social interaction improves quality of life for dementia patients, study finds

Dementia care for elderly people living in care homes is improved by just one hour of social interaction each week, a study suggests.

Eilidh Dunnet, James Thomas and Emily Raemakers from the festival team celebrate the launch (Ian Georgeson/Edinburgh International Science Festival/PA)

Europe’s largest science festival unveils 2018 programme in landmark year

The world’s longest-running science festival will explore the wonder and diversity of life on this planet – and further afield – in its milestone 30th year.

Poundland enjoyed its most successful December since it began trading in 1990 (Isabel Infantes/PA)

Poundland’s ‘Elf Behaving Badly’ campaign banned

Poundland’s controversial “Elf Behaving Badly” campaign featuring a child’s elf toy in a series of sexualised poses has been banned for being irresponsible and likely to cause widespread offence.

The Brexit 'war cabinet' will hold talks (Jane Barlow/PA)

Brexit ‘war cabinet’ meets as EU sets out transition terms

Theresa May’s inner “war cabinet” of senior ministers will meet on Wednesday to chart a course through some of the most difficult issues in the Brexit process.

Stock exchange (PA)

FTSE 100 Index rebounds after global stock sell-off

London’s premier index has bounced back from a brutal sell-off that wiped trillions of pounds off global markets in response to fears that rising inflation could spark interest rate hikes.

More than 5 million households will see a rise in their energy bills after Ofgem announced it was hiking its safeguard tariff from April (Yui Mok/PA)

Pre-pay and vulnerable energy customers to see bills rise as Ofgem hikes price cap

More than five million households are to see their energy bills rise by around £57 a year after the regulator announced it was hiking a price cap aimed at protecting vulnerable and pre-payment customers.

A voter places a ballot paper in a ballot box

Alyn & Deeside Welsh Assembly by-election result


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