The fast food chain said it was ‘shocked and saddened’ by the incident in which the man’s sleeping bag was soaked.
A crucial week for the Prime Minister starts with a grilling on his time as chancellor during the pandemic.
Storm Fergus will hit western areas of the UK on Sunday afternoon, the Met Office said.
A judge said the BBC had been ‘inconsistent, erroneous and unreliable’ in the way it dealt with a request to release material under FOI law.
Orange warnings for wind are in place for counties Clare, Galway and Mayo, indicating very strong onshore winds and high waves.
The Tory peer has launched a public fightback to allegations surrounding the multimillion-pound contract.
The singer-songwriter spoke about his friendship with the late princess.
The Conservative’s social media jibe at Labour prompted criticism from within its own party.
The former immigration minister also said he would not support the Government’s Rwanda Bill.
The anti-corruption campaigner said the whole Rwanda plan should be ‘torn up’.
The two sets of twin brothers died after the blaze in south London in December 2021.
The UK’s Education Secretary delivered a damning verdict following the Pisa scores, which showed decline in maths, reading and science in Scotland.
A legal assessment chaired by Tory MP Sir Bill Cash has found the Bill is not fit for the purpose of stopping small boats.
Bank rate-setters previously held rates in the September and November meetings after witnessing a notable cooling in the rate of inflation.
Michael and Paul Fenning have covered the outside of their Doncaster home in oompa loompas and golden tickets to bring ‘joy and cheer’.
A range of different topics feature across Sunday’s front pages.
The Brick in Wigan and Leigh, which helps struggling families with household items as well as toys and gifts, has recorded a Christmas advert.