Police Tracing England Fans Who Vandalised Bus Shelters
Police in Colchester are trying to track down England fans who caused over a thousand pounds worth of damage to bus shelters.
Wanted Man Breached Non-Molestation Order
A man who breached a non-molestation order is being hunted for by police in Colchester.
Former Sheltered Housing Building In Lawford To Be Demolished
A block of flats in Lawford which used to be sheltered housing is going to be demolished.
Immediate threat to Theresa May subsides after 'warm' meeting with Conservative MPs
An immediate threat to Theresa May's premiership appears to be subsiding after a Tory MP withdrew his letter of no confidence in the prime minister.
'It's not too late to save Brexit,' Boris Johnson declares in explosive resignation statement
Boris Johnson has savaged Theresa May's "miserable" blueprint for leaving the EU, telling MPs it is "not too late to save Brexit".
Donald Trump creates confusion over Russia stance for second day in a row
The US president has again caused confusion over his stance on Russia after appearing to say he believed Moscow was no longer targeting the US.
Sir Cliff Richard wins £210,000 damages from BBC
Sir Cliff Richard has won £210,000 in damages in a privacy battle with the BBC.
A win for Sir Cliff, but is media freedom the ultimate loser?
This is the first time a court has had to decide whether a person under investigation by the police has a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Teenagers watching an hour of YouTube every day
Teenagers are now watching around an hour of YouTube every day, according to a new report which reveals a dramatic change in people's TV viewing habits.