Kevin Wells stepped up to the plate when the rap group’s taxi left without them.
Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service sent 11 fire engines and more than 55 firefighters to the blaze, which appears to have started in a card shop.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue tweeted on Sunday to say it would have to start prioritising incidents because of 126 calls in three hours.
Dennis the dog has been with his humans for one year.
A woman was awarded £50,000 in civil damages because her teacher persuaded her to send him naked pictures of herself when she was 16. The case could have far-reaching ramifications.
Greater Manchester police have again called on the public to help identify the killers of Paul Massey, who was shot dead in July.
Chancellor George Osborne set out on Wednesday how he intends to reduce government spending on welfare and Whitehall departments while making it easier for young families to buy houses.
Four men are currently on trial for the theft and concealment of up to £14 million of jewels, gold, and cash in April this year.
The trial of four men for their alleged involvement in the crime is taking place in London this week.
Jacqueline Patrick was given a 15-year jail term at the Old Bailey in London on Monday.
Police chiefs are being called on to review their practices in a report into how Breck Bednar was killed by a man he met through online Minecraft sessions.
Appearing before an inquiry on Thursday, Oliver Letwin defended his decision to give Kids Company millions in public funds.
The Bad Sex in Fiction Awards, organised by The Literary Review, is an annual celebration of the worst descriptions of sex in modern fiction. Here is a taste of the shortlisted scenes. This stuff is, as you would expect, NSFW.
The Respect party leader and 2016 London mayoral candidate is the target of many hat-based jokes at the moment.
Emmanuel and Antan Edet kept a Nigerian man as a domestic slave since he was 13 years old, a court has heard.
“Wouldn’t that be fraud?” asked the chair of a Commons committee after hearing that accommodation worth an annual equivalent of £420,000 was a gift from a donor.
The man, named Sebastian, held on to the woman as she dangled from a window, fearing for her life.
The painting is a protest against UK rules which ban men from donating blood within 12 months of having sex with another man.
It looks like someone was trying to listen in to a conversation between the two world leaders without being noticed.
The officer was stabbed while responding to complaints of antisocial behaviour in east London on Sunday night.