Blue plaque to be unveiled for woman who was Churchill's 'favourite spy'
London marker will remember Christine Granville, Britain’s first female special agent She was a Polish countess and Churchill’s favourite spy whose many dazzling accomplishments included smuggling microfilm across Europe which proved Hitler’s plans to invade the Soviet Union.
Man trained his dogs to violently bait wild animals
Five-year ban after Martin Davidson, 23, was found in possession of videos showing his dogs attacking foxes.
Poll: Two thirds of parents intend to send children back to school
The Government wants all pupils to return to class full-time in September but an exclusive poll for MailOnline suggests many parents are yet to be convinced it is safe.
EncroChat: What it is, who was running it, and how did criminals get their encrypted phones?
The company - which had severs in France - provided an encrypted phone network widely used by criminal, according to Europol.
MPs go back to work, as the prime minster urges the rest of the UK to do the same
Boris Johnson is facing one of the toughest tests of his premiership as he attempts to persuade parents to send children back to school and workers to return to their offices.