Rita Ora burglar found guilty of £200,000 raid on home
A burglar is found guilty of raiding the home of pop star Rita Ora while she and her sister slept upstairs.
British Airways worker felt 'prostituted' by dress code, MPs told
A former British Airways worker tells an inquiry she felt "prostituted" when she was ordered to wear heels, skirts and make-up for her job.
Mary Seacole statue to be unveiled in London
The first UK statue honouring a black woman is to be unveiled in the garden of St Thomas' Hospital in London later.
Lesedi la Rona diamond fails to sell at Sotheby's auction
The world's largest uncut diamond fails to sell in an unprecedented auction in London.
Max Clifford trial: Alleged victim 'told husband of assault'
A woman who claims celebrity publicist Max Clifford forced her to perform a sex act on him first told her husband about the alleged incident in 2010, a court hears.
Memorials to war dead listed to mark Somme centenary
More than a dozen war memorials receive greater protected status to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.