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No 10 Christmas party: a look into the government’s festive scandal
From rocking horses to playsets and puzzles, Santa might just outdo himself this year
Severn Trent Water fined £1.5m for illegal sewage discharges. Firm illegally discharged about 360,000 litres of raw sewage from Worcestershire treatment plants in 2018
Archaeologists have found the "best physical evidence for a crucifixion in the Roman world" at a Cambridgeshire housing estate.
Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry has called for Dominic Raab to both apologise and resign over his handling of the Afghanistan evacuation in summer.
The Tories admitted an event organised by Shaun Bailey’s mayoral campaign took place in the party’s Westminster headquarters on December 14.
Moment BBC reporter explains Health Secretary has not turned up for breakfast TV slot
Researchers have indicated a change in drinking habits since the pandemic may explain the yearly rise in deaths.
Kim Petras has opened up about being seen as a “joke” in her home country of Germany, and dismissed by the US music industry.
Ministers in charge of reform must resist the gambling lobby. Conservative peer Michael Grade, who produced a raft of recommendations for reforms to the Gambling Act, urges the government to listen to the families of victims of addiction
Mount Semeru has erupted on the Thai Island of Java, leaving surviving victims homeless and traumatised. The government has promised to relocate the families, as the search for survivors continues.
Storm Barra brought rough seas to Douglas, the Isle of Man’s capital, on December 7, as the UK’s Met Office issued several yellow weather warnings across the country for wind, rain and snow.Wind gusts as high as 70 mph were recorded on the south coast of Ireland, the Irish meteorological service said.Video posted by @meraki_IoM captured the waves crashing against the promenade in Douglas. Credit: @meraki_IoM via Storyful
Boris Johnson accepted decisions could have been made more quickly during the evacuation of Afghanistan but praised the “outstanding” efforts of those involved following damning testimony from a Foreign Office whistleblower.
Thousands of homes were without power on Wednesday morning, as fresh warnings for strong winds, heavy rain and snow are issued for the final trail of Storm Barra battering Britain.
Several motorists who were spotted filming a crash scene as they drove past have been criticised by police in Scotland. Fife police said seven people were seen filming a crash scene and among them was a van driver who "even had no hands on the wheel". Officers will be contacting the other six motorists, the force said.
Health officials in Whitehall are becoming increasingly worried by the emerging data on omicron, as NHS bosses warned that a significant rise in cases could add to current healthcare pressures
University of East Anglia Professor Alastair Grant has projected the reproduction rate of the new variant based on UKHSA figures.
Results of first laboratory experiments on new variant ‘better than I expected’, scientist says
A former boyfriend of a teenager who claimed to have been groped by Ghislaine Maxwell has told a jury his ex-partner would come out of Jeffrey Epstein’s house with 100-dollar bills.
First Minister Paul Givan and deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill were speaking following confirmation of the first Omicron cases in the region.