The nine men were detained after raids took place across the city
School pupils have raised more than £200 for charity after taking on an Apprentice-style challenge at the University of Sussex.
If at first you don’t succeed: Why repetition may hold key to helping children with specific language impairment
New research suggests that repeat reading helps children with specific language impairment close the gap on their more able peers within a week.
Ashleigh Haffenden says her local pub made her feel humiliated and like an outcast.
Statement says she is "saddened and shocked" by deaths and wishes injured a "speedy recovery".
British number one Johanna Konta eases into the quarter-finals of the Miami Open with a 7-5 6-1 victory over Lara Arruabarrena.
A couple and their five-year-old were evicted after complaining about their home's "dire" condition.
Janet Ajao says she has "shed many tears" since her son's attack in Westminster killed four victims.
Chris Wood, Dwight Gayle and Anthony Knockaert are nominated for the EFL's Championship Player of the Year award.
A new identity aims to get more people looking after, improving and enjoying the designated World Biosphere Region.
The Brighton viewing tower has been plagued with problems since it opened last August.
Britain's Johanna Konta reaches the Miami Open fourth round, while Rafael Nadal celebrates his 1,000th Tour match with a win.
Threats of £120 fines did not put parents off as almost a million children missed school.
Encrypted messages must be accessible to those fighting terror, home secretary says.
The bulk of the footwear chain is sold to investment firm Endless, saving 72 stores.
Khalid Masood killed four people in 82 second but police say nothing suggests more attacks are planned.
A new budget airline from the owner of British Airways may not make reaching distant destinations cheaper.
Live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Crawley Town and Leyton Orient.
Two men from Birmingham are in custody; two women have been released on bail until late March.
Martin Haigh committed the offences while teaching at the boarding school during the 1970s.