The animal welfare charity is urging the public to double check before raising the alarm.
Centenarian who competed in 1948 Wembley Olympic Games says a daily tipple keeps him going strong.
Nearly half of fathers would like a less stressful job so they can spend more time on childcare, a study finds.
Health watchdog NICE has rejected the life-extending drug Kadcyla on cost grounds.
Ben Franklin from London was diagnosed with Hepatitis C nine months ago but is still waiting for a new drug which could cure his condition.
A coroner is to hear evidence of how 30 UK holidaymakers were killed at a Tunisian beach resort in 2015.
A network of trauma centres has opened across the UK to allow the NHS to treat veterans.
The family of two cousins who died after a New Year's Eve car crash speak ahead of their funerals.
Some creative commuters are occupying their travelling hours with a productive pastime. Here is a look at some of their efforts.
The lights of Piccadilly Circus will be switched off for the longest time since World War Two.
Referral management centres may be slowing cancer diagnoses and delaying other NHS treatment, doctors warn.
Patients are illegally selling NHS-prescribed medications online and pocketing the cash, a BBC investigation finds.
Premier League clubs should face legal action if they fail to meet the needs of disabled fans, according to a new report.
Donald Trump's first UK interview is one of many stories featured on Monday's front pages.
The US president-elect promises a "quick" and "fair" trade deal with the UK.
The pound sinks below $1.20 ahead of a key speech from Theresa May on Brexit this week.
Renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz's shoot with the prime minister will feature in April's Vogue.
A student who was rejected from Oxford University turns her letter into a piece of abstract art.
Campaigner Max Mosley insists he has no influence over the press regulator he is bankrolling.
The parents of an aid worker who died after being kidnapped by the Taliban have denied she was a spy.