Deli owner Debbie Halls-Evans is savouring success after triumphing in Channel 4's The Taste, following a nail-biting finale of the cookery show.
Ed Miliband has drawn battle lines with the Tories over Europe by effectively ruling out a referendum on British membership - unless there are moves to transfer fresh powers to Brussels.
The Government have ripped up the coalition commitment to localism in the NHS by voting through sweeping powers for ministers to close hospitals, shadow health secretary Andy Burnham has said.
A have-a-go hero wrestled an axe-wielding robber to the ground after a smash and grab raid near Buckingham Palace.
Prisoners of "Gypsy, Romany or Traveller" backgrounds are "significantly" over-represented in jails in England and Wales, inspectors have found.
The single prescription charge in England will increase by 20p to £8.05 in 2014/15 and by a further 20p to £8.25 in 2015/16, Health Minister Norman Lamb said today.
Three men who prosecutors say were sexually assaulted by MP Nigel Evans did not consider themselves victims of any offence, a jury heard today.
One of PR guru Max Clifford's alleged victims described him as a "dirty old bastard" and a "pervert", a court heard today.
Nobody at the News of the World told the editor they thought Milly Dowler was alive and working in a factory in the Midlands while she was on holiday, Rebekah Brooks told the hacking trial today.
Treasury Minister Sajid Javid was jeered by Labour MPs today when he said all appointments to a powerful Bank of England committee are made "on merit" when asked why no women had been appointed since June 2010.
The number of under-18s admitted to adult mental health wards or treated on them is rising, figures show.
Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde fears that prop Gethin Jenkins might have become "a marked man" in Test match rugby.