New mortgage offers down by 10%

Witney Gazette: Evidence points to a slowdown in the housing market

10:44am Thursday 23rd October 2014

The number of mortgage approvals made to home-buyers was 10% lower in September compared with the same month a year earlier in further signs that the housing market is cooling, banks have reported.

Fewer pupils gain five A*-C grades

Witney Gazette: GCSE passes are down this year following reforms

10:51am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Fewer teenagers scored at least five C grades in their GCSEs, including English and maths, this year amid major changes to the exams and school league tables, official figures show.

Military complaint system 'failing'

Witney Gazette: Critics say the military complaints system is failing

10:51am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A proposed military complaints watchdog needs stronger powers if personnel are to trust its independence from commanders, MPs said.

Rape victim comments clumsy - Buerk

Witney Gazette: Ched Evans says he wants to clear his name after he was convicted of rape

10:51am Thursday 23rd October 2014

BBC veteran Michael Buerk has said he was "clumsy" to criticise the Ched Evans rape victim for being drunk - but maintained her intoxicated state was central to the court case.

Police-killer Roberts 'to be freed'

Witney Gazette: Police killer Harry Roberts gunned down three unarmed officers in Braybrook Street, west London

6:01am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Notorious police killer Harry Roberts is to be released from prison within days - despite being warned by a judge that he faced dying in jail.

Man faces court over PMQs incident

Witney Gazette: A man allegedly damaged a glass screen during Prime Minister's Questions

10:51am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A man who had to be escorted from the House of Commons after allegedly throwing a bag of marbles during yesterday's Prime Minister's Questions will appear in court next month.

Why hotel guests get kicked out

Witney Gazette: Hotel customers tell lies to get themselves a room upgrade, a survey has found

10:51am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Britons have bad bedroom manners when staying in hotels, according to a survey.

Town falls silent for Alice funeral

Witney Gazette: Tributes in memory of murdered teenager Alice Gross on the day of her funeral

3:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A town centre fell silent today for murdered teenager Alice Gross's funeral cortege.

Time change 'improves child health'

Witney Gazette: Moving to continental time would improve children's health, research suggests

10:51am Thursday 23rd October 2014

British children's health would benefit from switching to continental time by moving the clocks forward an hour, say researchers.

Make use of older workers - Charles

Witney Gazette: The Prince of Wales said older people should be found a place in the workforce

7:55am Thursday 23rd October 2014

The UK's older workforce should be better utilised for the benefit of the country and their own financial well-being, a report being launched today by the Prince of Wales suggests.

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