April 1, 2019

Is God on Instagram? You’d better believe it’s cool to worship

The Lord is my shepherd, but He also has a sideline as an Instagram influencer. As congregations dwindle in mainstream churches, "hipster" worshippers are spreading the word on social media, bringing a young, cool crowd to Christ.
April 1, 2019

MPs demand ‘big four’ accountancy firms are broken up

MPs are demanding the competition watchdog break up the 'big four' accountancy firms to improve confidence in top company audits following the failures of Carillion and BHS.
April 1, 2019

Teenage Islamic State bride Shamima Begum ‘regrets everything’ and wants ‘second chance’ in UK

The 19-year-old said she was 'brainwashed' by the terror group and wants to come back to the UK to 'start my life over again'
April 1, 2019

Benefits cheat who falsely claimed she was single and living alone pocketed £30,000

Jackie Sawyer's husband was living with and supporting her
April 1, 2019

Leaders ‘far more conscious’ of inflammatory speech after Christchurch, Sinodinos says

A student, Jordan Ddibya, asked a pointed question of the Q&A panel leading to the evening’s most compelling exchange.
April 1, 2019

Tesco sells fruit and vegetables with no packaging in trial to reduce plastic waste

Loose fruit and vegetables are being sold instead of groceries wrapped in plastic
April 1, 2019

Children not in school should be put on a national register, says Education Secretary

It'll give a clear picture of where children are if they're not in state-funded or independent schools
April 1, 2019

April Fools’ Day 2019: Is the day of pranks harmless fun?

In the age of alternative facts, is April Fools funny anymore?
April 1, 2019

Market strategists signal caution after strong first quarter

The first three months of 2019 are over - and, remarkably, it has proved to be the best quarter for global stock markets since July-September 2010.
April 1, 2019

Superdry battle descends into “dirty tricks” row

Superdry, the troubled fashion retailer, has become embroiled in a 'dirty tricks' row hours before investors decide whether to reinstate co-founder Julian Dunkerton to its board.
April 1, 2019

Why the Government is spending £60 million on trying to find the next Peppa Pig

They're hoping to find the next Peppa Pig or Art Attack
April 1, 2019

How can I reduce the risk of developing bowel cancer

Simple steps can be taken to reduce your risk of developing bowel cancer, as BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen reveals his diagnosis