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Anne to open A&E unit during second round of public duties since horse accident

Anne to open A&E unit during second round of public duties since horse accident

Anne to open A&E unit during second round of public duties since horse accident

18 July 2024

The princess is on a phased return to official engagements after she suffered concussion.


Benn defends decision to keep truth recovery body despite repeal of Legacy Act

Benn defends decision to keep truth recovery body despite repeal of Legacy Act

Benn defends decision to keep truth recovery body despite repeal of Legacy Act

18 July 2024

The act, aimed at addressing the legacy of Northern Ireland’s past, has been almost universally opposed by parties and victims’ groups.


Nato chief Stoltenberg: UK ‘leading by example’ on defence spending

Nato chief Stoltenberg: UK ‘leading by example’ on defence spending

Nato chief Stoltenberg: UK ‘leading by example’ on defence spending

18 July 2024

European Nato nations are under pressure to spend more on their own defence with the prospect of Donald Trump’s return to the White House.


Youth was ‘shocked and crying’ after friend stabbed boy to death, court hears

Youth was ‘shocked and crying’ after friend stabbed boy to death, court hears

Youth was ‘shocked and crying’ after friend stabbed boy to death, court hears

18 July 2024

Muhammad Hassam Ali, 17, died hours after he was stabbed in the heart in Birmingham city centre in January.


Greater Manchester Police apologises after women’s treatment in custody report

Greater Manchester Police apologises after women’s treatment in custody report

Greater Manchester Police apologises after women’s treatment in custody report

18 July 2024

The force previously denied any wrongdoing by its staff but apologised and accepted the report’s recommendations in a statement on Thursday.


‘Lost’ five years make farming’s net zero ambition difficult to hit, NFU warns

‘Lost’ five years make farming’s net zero ambition difficult to hit, NFU warns

‘Lost’ five years make farming’s net zero ambition difficult to hit, NFU warns

18 July 2024

The National Farmers’ Union has an ambition to cut emissions to zero overall by 2040 but warns a lack of government policy has made it tough to hit.


Zelensky to address Cabinet in first Downing Street visit under Starmer

Zelensky to address Cabinet in first Downing Street visit under Starmer

Zelensky to address Cabinet in first Downing Street visit under Starmer

18 July 2024

The UK has announced new measures to tackle a ‘shadow fleet’ of oil tankers helping Russia evade sanctions.


Global payments issue delaying house sales, Bank of England warns

Global payments issue delaying house sales, Bank of England warns

Global payments issue delaying house sales, Bank of England warns

18 July 2024

The glitches are impacting the central bank’s Chaps system which processes about £360 billion worth of transactions a day.


New MP reveals his wife had twins in first week of the General Election campaign

New MP reveals his wife had twins in first week of the General Election campaign

New MP reveals his wife had twins in first week of the General Election campaign

18 July 2024

Labour’s Joe Powell said his children will ‘have a great story to tell when they’re older’ as he made his maiden speech in the Commons.


Council leaders make revised pay offer after third union votes for strikes

Council leaders make revised pay offer after third union votes for strikes

Council leaders make revised pay offer after third union votes for strikes

18 July 2024

Cosla said the proposed 3.2% uplift is at the ‘absolute limit of affordability for councils’.


Friday forecast to be hottest day of year so far in England

Friday forecast to be hottest day of year so far in England

Friday forecast to be hottest day of year so far in England

18 July 2024

Wales is expected to see similar temperatures to a previous high recorded in late June.


Government to announce plan for Post Office Horizon compensation in July

Government to announce plan for Post Office Horizon compensation in July

Government to announce plan for Post Office Horizon compensation in July

18 July 2024

Business and trade minister Justin Madders told the Commons that a statement will be made by the end of the month.


Kate tells of joy in power of nature as she supports new museum gardens

Kate tells of joy in power of nature as she supports new museum gardens

Kate tells of joy in power of nature as she supports new museum gardens

18 July 2024

The princess, who is only carrying out rare public duties, issued a message backing the Natural History Museum’s newly-opened major green space.


Five Just Stop Oil protesters jailed for conspiracy to block M25

Five Just Stop Oil protesters jailed for conspiracy to block M25

Five Just Stop Oil protesters jailed for conspiracy to block M25

18 July 2024

The defendant agreed to cause disruption to traffic by having protesters climb onto gantries over the motorway in November 2022.


Wrongly jailed Andrew Malkinson ‘could have been freed 10 years earlier’

Wrongly jailed Andrew Malkinson ‘could have been freed 10 years earlier’

Wrongly jailed Andrew Malkinson ‘could have been freed 10 years earlier’

18 July 2024

Justice Secretary Shabana Mahmood said Helen Pitcher was ‘unfit to fulfil her duties’ following the review into Mr Malkinson’s wrongful conviction.


Starmer says ministers will ‘carefully consider’ Covid inquiry recommendations

Starmer says ministers will ‘carefully consider’ Covid inquiry recommendations

Starmer says ministers will ‘carefully consider’ Covid inquiry recommendations

18 July 2024

Inquiry chairwoman Baroness Heather Hallett made 10 recommendations to avoid another crisis with the same scale of death and financial cost.


Swinney vows to ‘carefully consider’ Covid inquiry recommendations

Swinney vows to ‘carefully consider’ Covid inquiry recommendations

Swinney vows to ‘carefully consider’ Covid inquiry recommendations

18 July 2024

Inquiry chairwoman Baroness Heather Hallett has urged the new UK Government and devolved administrations to take action on 10 major areas.


Three airports granted injunctions against protesters

Three airports granted injunctions against protesters

Three airports granted injunctions against protesters

18 July 2024

Leeds Bradford Airport, London Luton Airport and Newcastle International Airport were given injunctions.


Jury out in trial of Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary

Jury out in trial of Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary

Jury out in trial of Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary

18 July 2024

Choudary, who was convicted of supporting the so-called Islamic State in 2016, is accused of taking a ‘caretaker role’ in directing Al-Muhajiroun.


Met Police investigate if bodies found in Sweden are missing Londoners

Met Police investigate if bodies found in Sweden are missing Londoners

Met Police investigate if bodies found in Sweden are missing Londoners

18 July 2024

Juan Cifuentes and Farooq Abdulrazak, from north London, had been reported missing.


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