According to research in London, higher levels of air pollution increases shoplifting and pickpocketing.
Some 10% of girls in Britain have been unable to afford sanitary products.
The two new laws criminalise taking 'upskirt' images where the purpose is to obtain sexual gratification, or to cause humiliation, distress or alarm
No longer having preferential access to the European Union and the UK's new tariff regime could seriously affect exports for many trading partners.
The UK began its HPV vaccination programme for girls aged 12-13 in 2008. Since then there has been a dramatic drop in cervical pre-cancer rates in young Scottish women who received the va...
From April 8, 2019, vehicles will have to meet tight exhaust emission standards or pay a daily charge to drive into central London.
Companies wishing to join the new national exchange for Scotland must display high moral standards and have a positive social impact.
Previously, marriage certificates in England and Wales only included space for fathers' names
More must be done to dispel the shame and ignorance surrounding menstruation in Britain, charities said on Wednesday, after the government promised free sanitary products in English schools.
Accurate diagnosis of mental health problems makes a huge difference to the quality of sufferers’ lives. But assumptions about cause and effect can hamper access to effective, early treat...
Britain's temperature in February reached record highs, affecting the behaviour of wildlife and plants.
The UK government has pledged £2 million to charities aiming to end period poverty, as well as £250,000 to create a taskforce to tackle the issue.
Tighter controls on pollution and hunting have led to a resurgence of stoats, otters, badgers and other wild carnivores.
A study has found that the consumption of fruit and vegetables is linked to an enhanced quality of life over a five-year time frame.
Educated workers are a vital component of an economy’s success in a technology-driven future, but some cities have a head start.