The Liberal Democrats will pledge in their general election manifesto to introduce a new "yellow card" system to give job seekers who break benefit rules a final warning before sanctions are imposed.
People often talk about the effect that video games have on families.
Heavy betting during the first two weeks of the World Cup failed to lift profits at Ladbrokes, which continued to grapple with its online business and closed shops across the country.
Britain is dubbed the self-employment capital of western Europe in a report published on Tuesday that feeds concerns over the strength of the UK's economic recovery.
Study finds 65% of Britons would welcome more local contact
Average house prices in London have jumped 19% in a year, with the typical cost of a property in one borough set to pass the £2m mark for the first time within weeks, according to new data.
Britons are going overseas for cut-price cosmetic surgery and IVF without the wait. But medical tourism can be a gamble
Researchers say painkiller is no better than placebo despite being frequently prescribed for condition
A bid by two Scottish prisoners to overturn a ban on inmates voting in the independence referendum has been dismissed by the UK supreme court.
The coalition government borrowed more than expected in June, putting chancellor George Osborne further off course in his plan to reduce the deficit.
A new book supporting the 'no-poo' movement suggests that chemical detergents ruin your hair, but you'll need to pass through a smelly stage to achieve luscious results
Scene from Aladdin with caption 'Genie, you're free' could encourage people to see suicide as an option, say campaigners
The London housing market stumbled in July as sales dropped and inquiries fell at their fastest rate since the onset of the credit crisis, in a further sign that the UK property market is cooling.