With its mysterious footsteps, slamming doors and little boy who appears to hold visitors hands, Bolsover Castle (pictured inset) in Derbyshire is the spookiest English Heritage site in the land.
A crowd of on-duty police officers (pictured) were spotted on the dodgems at Hull Fair yesterday, sparking outrage from revellers who say they should have been fighting crime.
Comedian Sean Hughes (pictured) was 24 when he became the youngest person to win the top prize in British comedy, the Perrier Award, at the 1990 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
QUENTIN LETTS says home secretary Amber Rudd was less interested in giving Labour members what-for than she has been in verbally assaulting Boris Johnson in recent weeks.
Celebrities have rolled out in support of the Daily Mail’s Quids for Kids Christmas appeal to give seriously ill children a magical experience this Christmas.
What could be the worst storm in 56 years caused havoc as it battered Wales and the west of England, and it is now moving its way across the UK.
Christopher Butcher was 35 and the oldest son of the former England captain, who has previously revealed he struggled to cope with the stresses of serving in Afghanistan.
A 16-year-old rugby player described as 'sweet, bright and talented' took her life after allegedly being bullied. Brooke Firth (pictured), of West Yorkshire, was found dead last week.
A 15-year limit will be imposed on new peerages to curb House of Lords numbers, it emerged last night. There is no limit on how long life peers can serve and no retirement age.
The Flemish-speaking Belgian woman of Moroccan descent had been living in the Syrian city of Raqqa which was once claimed by the Islamic State terrorists as a stronghold.