Ex-Army Inmates To Be Targeted For Support

All news prisoners will be asked if they have served in the military after a report finds knowledge of their needs is “patchy”.

Ambulances May Take Twice As Long, Memo Says

A memo suggests 999 response times for some critically ill patients in England could be increased from eight minutes to 19.

Tsunami Survivor: ‘I Felt Guilty I’d Lived’

One Briton tells of her journey to Thailand to help other survivors after she was pulled from the water by a man who later died.

Booze Bus Aims To Ease Pressure On A&E

The £500,000 facility in Bristol has beds, a waiting area and showers, and it’s hoped many more like it will open across the UK.

Domestic Abuse Victims Warned Over Presents

Abusers will go to great lengths to hide cameras or listening devices inside gifts such as mobiles, laptops and toys, say experts.

May Wants To ‘Send Home’ Foreign Graduates

The Home Secretary is reportedly considering hardline plans to make non-EU graduates leave the UK and apply for visas from abroad.

Second Arrest Over Police Constable’s Killing

PC Neil Doyle and two fellow officers were viciously attacked by a group of men during a Christmas night out.

Sunday’s National Newspaper Front Pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash on the front pages of Sunday’s national newspapers.

Hartlepool: Ched Evans Signing ‘A Possibility’

A new club declares its interest in the convicted rapist, despite public outcry over the possibility of his return to football.

Officers Sacked For Sending Obscene Images

Detectives investigated 14 officers for either criminal offences or misconduct after “disgusting and offensive” porn was found.

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