Manchester's Emmeline Pankhurst statue gets government backing

Suffragette leader will join Queen Victoria among city centre’s otherwise all-male civic monuments next year The government is to help fund a statue of Emmeline Pankhurst in Manchester, the city’s first monument to a woman in more than 100 years. Read More

Amazon Prime could face investigation over delivery complaints

Advertising watchdog is considering whether to look into company’s claims that it offers ‘unlimited one-day delivery’ Amazon could face an investigation by the Advertising Standards Authority over complaints that its premium service is failing to deliver on time in the Read More

Brexit deal gives more rights to Irish passport holders, experts say

Agreement between EU and UK means Northern Ireland born citizens with Irish passports could enjoy benefits closed to British passport holders People born in Northern Ireland who carry Irish passports could have more rights after Brexit than those who carry Read More

Omarosa's exit highlights 'ridiculous' lack of diversity at Trump White House

With an administration dominated by white men, ‘black diversity in the White House is almost oxymoronic at this point,’ says former RNC chair The departure of the former Apprentice contestant Omarosa Manigault-Newman from the White House this week has placed Read More

Two police in critical condition after being hit by car in London

Three people arrested including driver of car after two constables were hit on the North Circular Road in Neasden Two police officers are in a critical condition in hospital after they were hit by a car as they walked back Read More