A bid by a Kent grammar to open a satellite school is nearing approval with the education secretary expected to grant permission, it has emerged.
Cooks are being advised not to pour cooking fat down the drain where it can accumulate causing giant 'fatbergs'.
Is something stirring on the High Street?
The president of DR Congo, Joseph Kabila, announces the formation of a new unity government which includes several opposition members.
London Mayor Boris Johnson criticises UKIP leader Nigel Farage's "feeble" excuse of blaming immigration for being late for an event.
As a city among the world's top three for the super wealthy, London is seeing a growing rise in demand for so-called super butlers.
How the prosecution case against Shrien Dewani fell apart from the first day of his trial in South Africa.
Former England striker Gary Lineker criticises supporters who booed Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
A new global treaty on climate change should focus on sustainable development, says economist Lord Nicholas Stern.
Northern Ireland's Attorney General accuses Bank of Scotland of "criminal fraud" over its treatment of homeowners who fell behind on their mortgage payments.
Ex-Leicester prop Martin Castrogiovanni rages at Tigers boss Richard Cockerill over suggestions he left Toulon "for the money".
A health trust is to pay a "landmark" compensation settlement to a severely disabled teenager after his family sued it for medical negligence.
Bus companies are not required by law to force parents with buggies to make way for wheelchair users, senior judges rule.
Marks and Spencer's online orders have been delayed in the run-up to Christmas, with standard deliveries now taking up to 10 days,
A 54-year-old man is arrested after another man is found dead in a close in Glasgow's Castlemilk area.
A 40-point action plan to reform the Olympic Games is rubber-stamped at an International Olympic Committee meeting in Monaco.
New schools, care homes and hospitals should not be built next to busy roads because of the dangers of air pollution, according to a group of MPs.
The "Pepper" robot is designed to bridge the gap between humans and machines.
Three cars are destroyed and five more are damaged in a suspected arson attack at a garage in Gwynedd.
Authorities in the Indian capital, Delhi, ban taxi-booking service Uber after allegations that one of its drivers raped a female passenger.