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Flood warnings in place as southern Scotland hit by rain

Flood warnings in place as southern Scotland hit by rain

Flood warnings in place as southern Scotland hit by rain

28 October 2021

The storm was expected to spread across Wales as the working week ends, the Met Office said.


Rishi Sunak’s message to Tories: I will cut taxes before next election

Rishi Sunak’s message to Tories: I will cut taxes before next election

Rishi Sunak’s message to Tories: I will cut taxes before next election

27 October 2021

The Chancellor had unveiled a big-spending Budget which increased taxation to levels not seen since the end of the Second World War.


Five suspects arrested after four men found with stab wounds in Norwich

Five suspects arrested after four men found with stab wounds in Norwich

Five suspects arrested after four men found with stab wounds in Norwich

27 October 2021

Norfolk Constabulary are urging witnesses to the incidents to get in touch.


Queen holds first telephone meeting with Prime Minister in three weeks

Queen holds first telephone meeting with Prime Minister in three weeks

Queen holds first telephone meeting with Prime Minister in three weeks

27 October 2021

The 95-year-old monarch was cancelled her attendance at a high-profile Cop26 evening engagement on Monday,


Rail strikes during Cop26 called off after deal settled, union confirms

Rail strikes during Cop26 called off after deal settled, union confirms

Rail strikes during Cop26 called off after deal settled, union confirms

27 October 2021

The new agreement accepts the union’s call for a 2.5% pay rise backdated to April and a Cop26 payment for all staff of £300.


No 10 vows retaliation if Paris goes ahead with threat in Brexit fishing feud

No 10 vows retaliation if Paris goes ahead with threat in Brexit fishing feud

No 10 vows retaliation if Paris goes ahead with threat in Brexit fishing feud

27 October 2021

No 10 said the threats do not seem to be compatible with ‘international law’.


Camilla pays tribute to women whose lives have been ‘brutally ended’

Camilla pays tribute to women whose lives have been ‘brutally ended’

Camilla pays tribute to women whose lives have been ‘brutally ended’

27 October 2021

The Duchess of Cornwall spoke at a reception for the Shameless! Festival, which aims to confront and change attitudes towards sexual violence.


Spiking victim hopes nightclub boycott will help others feel heard

Spiking victim hopes nightclub boycott will help others feel heard

Spiking victim hopes nightclub boycott will help others feel heard

27 October 2021

Dozens of local Instagram pages have been created to spread the news of the Girls Night In movement, amassing thousands of followers.


Judge in Andrew’s civil sex case rules settlement agreement can remain ‘sealed’

Judge in Andrew’s civil sex case rules settlement agreement can remain ‘sealed’

Judge in Andrew’s civil sex case rules settlement agreement can remain ‘sealed’

27 October 2021

The prince vehemently denies sexually assaulting Virginia Giuffre.


Brewers welcome draught beer tax cut, but question its impact

Brewers welcome draught beer tax cut, but question its impact

Brewers welcome draught beer tax cut, but question its impact

27 October 2021

Some beer producers say the 5% lower duty rate on pulled pints is ‘headline-grabbing’, but will not make a difference to pub goers.


Man convicted of glorifying and encouraging terrorist acts

Man convicted of glorifying and encouraging terrorist acts

Man convicted of glorifying and encouraging terrorist acts

27 October 2021

Sam Imrie was was convicted of eight charges at the High Court in Edinburgh, and was warned he faces a long prison sentence.


Starmer ‘gutted’ to have to pull out of Budget after testing positive for Covid

Starmer ‘gutted’ to have to pull out of Budget after testing positive for Covid

Starmer ‘gutted’ to have to pull out of Budget after testing positive for Covid

27 October 2021

The Labour leader accused Chancellor Rishi Sunak of doing ‘nothing about the cost-of-living crisis’ in his fiscal statement.


Historic milestones in the 2021 autumn Budget

Historic milestones in the 2021 autumn Budget

Historic milestones in the 2021 autumn Budget

27 October 2021

Government spending has hit its highest level since the end of the Second World War.


We want to stop people drowning at sea, says Home Secretary

We want to stop people drowning at sea, says Home Secretary

We want to stop people drowning at sea, says Home Secretary

27 October 2021

Priti Patel appeared before a Lords committee as fears rose that up to three people were missing at sea.


Charles and Camilla launch Royal British Legion’s centenary poppy appeal

Charles and Camilla launch Royal British Legion’s centenary poppy appeal

Charles and Camilla launch Royal British Legion’s centenary poppy appeal

27 October 2021

Traditional poppy collectors will be in the community this year after the pandemic stopped them going onto the streets in 2020.


UK zoo welcomes birth of endangered black rhino

UK zoo welcomes birth of endangered black rhino

UK zoo welcomes birth of endangered black rhino

27 October 2021

Staff at Flamingo Land said the male calf is the first to be born in Europe this year.


RMT sets out final demands to avert rail strikes during Cop26

RMT sets out final demands to avert rail strikes during Cop26

RMT sets out final demands to avert rail strikes during Cop26

27 October 2021

The rail workers’ union has set out its final pay demand to ScotRail ahead of the Cop26 climate conference.


Prosecution ban will comply with international human rights laws, says Lewis

Prosecution ban will comply with international human rights laws, says Lewis

Prosecution ban will comply with international human rights laws, says Lewis

27 October 2021

The Government is proposing to end prosecutions related to crimes committed during the Northern Ireland Troubles.


Rishi Sunak’s claim of record funding for Scotland is wrong, says Kate Forbes

Rishi Sunak’s claim of record funding for Scotland is wrong, says Kate Forbes

Rishi Sunak’s claim of record funding for Scotland is wrong, says Kate Forbes

27 October 2021

The Finance Secretary disputed the Chancellor’s assertation that the £41 billion allocated to the Scottish Government was the most ever.


Met Police officer remanded in custody on rape charge

Met Police officer remanded in custody on rape charge

Met Police officer remanded in custody on rape charge

27 October 2021

Pc Adam Zaman appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.


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