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The six new episodes will see the return of popular characters as well as new additions to the cast.
Inquiry chair Sir Jonathan Michael said the task facing his team is “challenging but vitally important”.
The Prime Minister had already been rocked by defection of backbench MP Christian Wakeford to the Labour Party minutes before the session.
MPs debated Nadine Dorries’ announcement that the BBC licence fee would be frozen at £159 for two years.
Peter Swailes Jr pleads guilty ahead of scheduled modern slavery trial
Sudanese shuttered shops and barricaded Khartoum streets on Tuesday in a civil disobedience campaign to protest one of the bloodiest days since an October coup derailed the country's democratic transition.
Outpouring of grief in the Hancock Park community over killing of UCLA student
Ash plume from the explosion may have reached a height of 20 kilometres, say experts
Aldi has narrowly beaten its discount rival Lidl to be named the cheapest supermarket of the year, according to an annual survey by Which?
Annual inflation was up at 5.4% in December, the highest value for almost 30 years.
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As the beleaguered BBC faces backlash from government ministers, PinkNews takes a brief look back at the broadcaster’s track record on LGBT+ rights.
From Scandi styles to animal designs, these chairs will please parents and kids alike
A beagle tried to navigate a snow-covered yard in northeast Ohio on Monday morning, January 17, as the National Weather Service (NWS) reported snowfall accumulation as high as 20 inches in parts of the state.This footage, filmed by Twitter user @Yigh, shows her beagle struggling to create a path through the snow before backtracking the way it came.“#Snowpocalypse 2022 is not a disappointment. Snow is a beagle high so far,” the post read. Credit: @Tigh via Storyful
Nicola Sturgeon said she is “cautiously optimistic” about Scotland’s coronavirus situation ahead of a statement announcing possible changes to restrictions. The First Minister said the country is “in a better position than I feared we would be before Christmas”, but would not comment on whether she plans to follow Wales with a mass easing of Covid rules. Her comments came as the Scottish Tories called for the scrapping of most coronavirus restrictions, with the exception of face coverings.
The Omicron wave may have peaked in some countries, global health leaders have said. But the World Health Organisation (WHO) said that “no country is out of the woods yet” and it is not time to “give up and wave the white flag”. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the WHO, also said that the pandemic is “nowhere near over” and warned that new variants are likely to emerge.
A professor accused of treating a pair of PhD students like slaves by asking them to do her gardening, redecorate her home and go underwear shopping has won a £15,000 payout after a tribunal ruled she was wrongly sacked.
Rachael Lawrence said she rang the vet to check on another pet when she heard her missing cat’s meow in the background.
Britain's payments regulator on Tuesday fined five payments companies including Mastercard a total of 33 million pounds ($45.01 million) for cartel behaviour involving prepaid cards issued to vulnerable people on welfare benefits. Mastercard received the largest fine of 31.56 million pounds ($43.04 million). The other companies fined were allpay, Advanced Payment Solution, Prepaid Financial Services and Sulion.
‘Nocebo effect’ may be behind two-thirds of Covid vaccine symptoms, study suggests