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Police concerned for vulnerable missing girls believed to be 132 miles from home

Police concerned for vulnerable missing girls believed to be 132 miles from home

Police concerned for vulnerable missing girls believed to be 132 miles from home

26 May 2024

An urgent search is under way for Grace, 12, and 15-year-old Abbie, who were reported missing together from Worthing, west Sussex, on Friday morning.


RAF pilot who died in Spitfire crash named

RAF pilot who died in Spitfire crash named

RAF pilot who died in Spitfire crash named

26 May 2024

Police and emergency services rushed to the scene on Langrick Road in Lincolnshire just before 1.20pm on Saturday.


What was national service and how does it work in other countries?

What was national service and how does it work in other countries?

What was national service and how does it work in other countries?

26 May 2024

Compulsory national service was abolished in the UK in 1960 following the Second World War, but still exists in various forms in other countries.


Mary Poppins songwriter Richard Sherman was ‘a class act and a gentleman’

Mary Poppins songwriter Richard Sherman was ‘a class act and a gentleman’

Mary Poppins songwriter Richard Sherman was ‘a class act and a gentleman’

26 May 2024

The American musician died aged 95 on Saturday due to age-related illness


Sir Ed Davey says Lib Dems interest ‘best for a generation’ at campaign launch

Sir Ed Davey says Lib Dems interest ‘best for a generation’ at campaign launch

Sir Ed Davey says Lib Dems interest ‘best for a generation’ at campaign launch

26 May 2024

Sir Ed unveiled the Lib Dems’ new battlebus, named Yellow Hammer 1, and met a large crowd of party supporters at the launch on Sunday.


Eight passengers taken to Dublin hospital after turbulence on flight from Doha

Eight passengers taken to Dublin hospital after turbulence on flight from Doha

Eight passengers taken to Dublin hospital after turbulence on flight from Doha

26 May 2024

Dublin Airport earlier said six passengers and six crew reported injuries during the flight on Sunday.


Minister rejected plans for national service two days before Tory pledge

Minister rejected plans for national service two days before Tory pledge

Minister rejected plans for national service two days before Tory pledge

26 May 2024

Andrew Murrison said there were ‘no plans’ to introduce national service, which has now been announced as Tory policy by the Prime Minister.


Martine Croxall back on BBC News after discrimination claims

Martine Croxall back on BBC News after discrimination claims

Martine Croxall back on BBC News after discrimination claims

26 May 2024

She has worked for the BBC since October 1991, and been a chief presenter with the BBC News Channel and BBC World News since 2001.


400 men ‘sing their hearts out’ at concert to support Prostate Cancer UK

400 men ‘sing their hearts out’ at concert to support Prostate Cancer UK

400 men ‘sing their hearts out’ at concert to support Prostate Cancer UK

26 May 2024

The event took place on Saturday at Nottingham’s Albert Hall.


50 people caught trying to enter Ireland from UK without visas over four days

50 people caught trying to enter Ireland from UK without visas over four days

50 people caught trying to enter Ireland from UK without visas over four days

26 May 2024

Gardai said those entering Ireland illegally were refused leave to land and returned to the UK.


In Pictures: Competitors all revved up for lawnmower racing world champs

In Pictures: Competitors all revved up for lawnmower racing world champs

In Pictures: Competitors all revved up for lawnmower racing world champs

26 May 2024

The BLMRA still sticks to its origins as a non-profit making organisation, with any money generated given to good causes.


Large street brawl sees 25 arrested on suspicion of violent disorder offences

Large street brawl sees 25 arrested on suspicion of violent disorder offences

Large street brawl sees 25 arrested on suspicion of violent disorder offences

26 May 2024

Twenty-two were taken to hospital with injuries, with 10 of those seriously injured.


12 people injured during turbulence on Doha to Dublin flight

12 people injured during turbulence on Doha to Dublin flight

12 people injured during turbulence on Doha to Dublin flight

26 May 2024

Dublin Airport said the Qatar Airways flight landed safely as scheduled at 1pm on Sunday.


Nicki Minaj fans criticise ‘absolutely ridiculous’ short notice axing of gig

Nicki Minaj fans criticise ‘absolutely ridiculous’ short notice axing of gig

Nicki Minaj fans criticise ‘absolutely ridiculous’ short notice axing of gig

26 May 2024

Fans were let into the Co-op Live arena for her show but were later told it had been cancelled.


Hundreds of infected blood victims suing Government over ‘misfeasance’

Hundreds of infected blood victims suing Government over ‘misfeasance’

Hundreds of infected blood victims suing Government over ‘misfeasance’

26 May 2024

Around 500 victims have put their name to the lawsuit.


Non-party unionist candidate suggested for Fermanagh-South Tyrone – Allister

Non-party unionist candidate suggested for Fermanagh-South Tyrone – Allister

Non-party unionist candidate suggested for Fermanagh-South Tyrone – Allister

26 May 2024

There were just 57 votes between Sinn Fein winner Michelle Gildernew and an agreed unionist candidate in 2019.


Cleverly ‘particularly sorry’ for Martyn’s Law not being passed before election

Cleverly ‘particularly sorry’ for Martyn’s Law not being passed before election

Cleverly ‘particularly sorry’ for Martyn’s Law not being passed before election

26 May 2024

The Home Secretary apologised to the mother of a Manchester Arena attack victim for the legislation not being passed before the election.


Nigel Farage confirms plans to stand as future candidate after General Election

Nigel Farage confirms plans to stand as future candidate after General Election

Nigel Farage confirms plans to stand as future candidate after General Election

26 May 2024

The Reform UK honorary president said he could not campaign both nationally and for one constituency in the six-week timeframe.


National service plan will threaten Scotland’s funding, says SNP

National service plan will threaten Scotland’s funding, says SNP

National service plan will threaten Scotland’s funding, says SNP

26 May 2024

Scottish parties responded to Rishi Sunak’s proposals for a national service system for 18-year-olds.


Labour would reignite smoking ban, shadow minister says

Labour would reignite smoking ban, shadow minister says

Labour would reignite smoking ban, shadow minister says

26 May 2024

The Tobacco and Vapes Bill was not included in the legislation that will be rushed through by MPs ahead of Parliament being prorogued on Friday.


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