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Ex-Post Office manager denies likening Fujitsu to ‘bayonet up posterior’

Ex-Post Office manager denies likening Fujitsu to ‘bayonet up posterior’

Ex-Post Office manager denies likening Fujitsu to ‘bayonet up posterior’

16 April 2024

David Miller was quoted during a PowerPoint presentation prepared in 2010.


Insurers charging rates similar to credit cards for monthly cover – Which?

Insurers charging rates similar to credit cards for monthly cover – Which?

Insurers charging rates similar to credit cards for monthly cover – Which?

16 April 2024

Some home insurers are charging nearly 35% APR on monthly payments, the consumer group said.


Advert banned over complimentary food and drink claims on train services

Advert banned over complimentary food and drink claims on train services

Advert banned over complimentary food and drink claims on train services

16 April 2024

Two passengers who frequently travelled first class but did not receive complimentary food and drink complained that the ad was misleading.


Mother in court over death of baby boy found unresponsive in bath

Mother in court over death of baby boy found unresponsive in bath

Mother in court over death of baby boy found unresponsive in bath

16 April 2024

Danielle Massey appeared at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday after being charged in connection with the death of Charlie Goodall.


Working arrangements for temporary doctors in NHS ‘can pose patient safety risk’

Working arrangements for temporary doctors in NHS ‘can pose patient safety risk’

Working arrangements for temporary doctors in NHS ‘can pose patient safety risk’

16 April 2024

Temporary doctors, also known as locums, are used in the health service to fill staffing gaps.


What is the smoking ban Bill, who opposes it and what happens next?

What is the smoking ban Bill, who opposes it and what happens next?

What is the smoking ban Bill, who opposes it and what happens next?

16 April 2024

Not all Tory MPs are supportive of Rishi Sunak’s flagship health policy.


Meghan launches first product from her new brand – strawberry jam

Meghan launches first product from her new brand – strawberry jam

Meghan launches first product from her new brand – strawberry jam

16 April 2024

In March, Meghan announced her new business venture American Riviera Orchard with an Instagram teaser video.


Woman appears in court charged with murder of baby found in woodland in 1998

Woman appears in court charged with murder of baby found in woodland in 1998

Woman appears in court charged with murder of baby found in woodland in 1998

16 April 2024

Joanne Sharkey, 54, of West Derby, Liverpool, has been charged with murder and concealment of the birth of a child.


Muslim pupil loses High Court challenge against school’s prayer rituals ban

Muslim pupil loses High Court challenge against school’s prayer rituals ban

Muslim pupil loses High Court challenge against school’s prayer rituals ban

16 April 2024

The student took legal action over the policy at Michaela Community School in north London.


Opera director to use £5,000 award for projects to help vulnerable and homeless

Opera director to use £5,000 award for projects to help vulnerable and homeless

Opera director to use £5,000 award for projects to help vulnerable and homeless

16 April 2024

Kate Guelke, from Spark Opera, has been presented with the Anne O’Donoghue Award.


Dr Martens shares dive to record low after profit warning and chief’s exit

Dr Martens shares dive to record low after profit warning and chief’s exit

Dr Martens shares dive to record low after profit warning and chief’s exit

16 April 2024

The London-based company said its struggles in the US have continued into the new financial year.


Price of petrol up 8p per litre since start of year

Price of petrol up 8p per litre since start of year

Price of petrol up 8p per litre since start of year

16 April 2024

A 1.6p increase over the past week has brought the average price of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts to 148.5p, according to Government data.


Type 2 diabetes genetically linked to breast, bowel and pancreatic cancer

Type 2 diabetes genetically linked to breast, bowel and pancreatic cancer

Type 2 diabetes genetically linked to breast, bowel and pancreatic cancer

16 April 2024

Genetic factors that contribute to the link between type 2 diabetes and increased cancer risk have been poorly understood until now.


Voting Green could be ‘real danger’ to independence push, says Yousaf

Voting Green could be ‘real danger’ to independence push, says Yousaf

Voting Green could be ‘real danger’ to independence push, says Yousaf

16 April 2024

The Scottish Greens have said they will stand at least 32 candidates at the forthcoming general election.


Whitty: Arguments against plan to ban youngsters from smoking ‘surprising’

Whitty: Arguments against plan to ban youngsters from smoking ‘surprising’

Whitty: Arguments against plan to ban youngsters from smoking ‘surprising’

16 April 2024

England’s chief medical officer Professor Sir Chris Whitty rejected the civil liberties arguments made by Tory MPs opposed to the ban.


Arrest after dog suspected to be XL bully attacks woman in Blackpool

Arrest after dog suspected to be XL bully attacks woman in Blackpool

Arrest after dog suspected to be XL bully attacks woman in Blackpool

16 April 2024

Armed police were called to Havelock Street at about 5.30pm on Monday after a report that a woman had been bitten by a dog, Lancashire Police said.


‘Bad faith actors’ made vexatious complaints under Hate Crime Act – Yousaf

‘Bad faith actors’ made vexatious complaints under Hate Crime Act – Yousaf

‘Bad faith actors’ made vexatious complaints under Hate Crime Act – Yousaf

16 April 2024

The Scottish Tories are attempting to repeal the legislation with a debate in Holyrood on Wednesday.


X may start charging new users to post, says Elon Musk

X may start charging new users to post, says Elon Musk

X may start charging new users to post, says Elon Musk

16 April 2024

The billionaire owner of the social media platform appeared to confirm it will begin charging all new users to interact with content on the site.


First Minister does not rule out ban on puberty blockers

First Minister does not rule out ban on puberty blockers

First Minister does not rule out ban on puberty blockers

16 April 2024

Humza Yousaf said the Scottish Government would not take an ‘inordinate’ amount of time considering the Cass Review.


Scottish Power to pay £1.5 million for overcharging customers

Scottish Power to pay £1.5 million for overcharging customers

Scottish Power to pay £1.5 million for overcharging customers

16 April 2024

The energy firm charged 1,699 direct debit customers a higher rate than the price cap between 2015 and 2023.


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