Prisons not equipped to stop drug supply and security standards vary, thinktank says
The proportion of prisoners developing a drug problem in custody has more than doubled in the past five years, research suggests.
The analysis of survey data from HM
Vaccination and HPV screening could potentially end the disease, NHS England says
Experts say cervical cancer could be eliminated in England through a combination of the vaccine and NHS screening, which will now test every woman for HPV, the virus th
Shares in fizzy drink maker Fevertree fell more than 20% after it said Christmas trading was "subdued."
The company now estimates that 2019 sales rose 10% to £260.5m, lower than expected due to a weaker festive season.
Mixers like its tonic water and
Tony Hall is to step down as director general of the BBC in the summer, after seven years in the role.
Lord Hall said the decision had been hard, adding: "If I followed my heart I would genuinely never want to leave."
But he said he felt it was impor
Return of pre-welfare state charities created to help struggling ‘gentlefolk’ as people fall through safety net
Benevolent funds – many created on a wave of 19th-century philanthropy to provide assistance to struggling “gentlefolk” or handouts to the
Parts of England and Wales receive nothing from local government, YMCA reveals
Spending on youth services in England and Wales has been cut by 70% in real terms in less than a decade, with the loss of £1bn of investment resulting in zero funding in s
One of Britain's oldest department stores has collapsed into administration, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.
Beales has appointed KPMG as administrators after failing to secure a sale.
The department store began trading in Bournemouth in 1881 a
Building the high-speed rail link HS2 could cost up to £106bn, a government-commissioned review has said.
The unpublished report, seen by the Financial Times, says there is "considerable risk" that estimated costs could rise by another 20%.
SMALL businesses, charities and groups in Portsmouth will be able to 'unlock' vital funds with the launch of a new city crowdfunding website today.
The Crowdfund Portsmouth site will allow local businesses and social enterprises to raise money from
SOME of the city's most vulnerable families won't miss out on cash for activities and respite as planned after the council's education boss said she 'did not have the heart' to make cuts.
Proposals had been made to limit pre-paid cards, which provide
Royal Liverpool and Midland Metropolitan are hundreds of millions of pounds over budget
The completion of two new hospitals whose construction was brought to a halt by the collapse of the government contractor Carillion has been delayed by two more y
Labour leadership contender Rebecca Long-Bailey has said she disagrees with the law allowing abortion after 24 weeks on the grounds of disability.
The MP - who officially launches her campaign later - said it was her personal view, not a policy posit