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Double-barrelled surnames have long been the solution for many couples who do not want to give up the names they have had since birth.
Greece has opened a new migrant camp on the island of Samos that replaces an obsolete and once overcrowded facility
Ranjit Singh Boparan, the owner of Bernard Matthews, warned of a lack of food supplies.
One of the country’s top abortion-rights activists is warning that the Supreme Court’s recent inaction on Texas’ extremely restrictive new abortion law could signal the end of judicial checks and balances on the issue
Art of neon: light flickers on old British craft, but new show aims to keep it alive. Major exhibition will reveal how neon went from the staple of brash advertising to an art form
A two-year-old girl has died after falling from a pony at a hunt meeting in North Yorkshire. The child was was injured while riding with members of the Bedale Hunt on Wednesday. Yorkshire Air Ambulance attended the scene after the emergency services were called but the girl later died of her injuries.
UK teachers targeted by Covid anti-vaxxers as schools prepare to vaccinate pupils. One headteacher threatened with legal action by own governor over student jabs
Demonstrators organized close to the US Capitol on Saturday, September 8, during a planned rally at Union Square in support of those charged in connection with the Capitol riot of January 6.Video from Brendan Gutenschwager shows a brief but heated verbal confrontation between a rally attendee and a counter-protester. Police officers quickly stepped to separate the two men, escorting the man with the megaphone away from the area. Credit: Brendan Gutenschwager via Storyful
Ministers have lost almost half a million pounds on the sale of just 36 flats affected by the cladding crisis, The Telegraph can disclose.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador wants to leave questions of human rights and democracy to the United Nations, as part of his continuing criticisms of the Organization of American States
The snake had a few lumps and old injuries, but was very friendly and was generally otherwise in good health.
<strong>Exclusive: </strong>‘Anxiety levels have shot up. People are feeling really desperate,’ says campaigner
Will she run for president? Duterte’s daughter keeps the Philippines guessing. Sara Duterte ahead in the polls despite refusing to commit to presidential race
A person go into difficulty in the water off Perran Sands beach in Cornwall on Saturday morning.
According to reports, the Malian junta and Wagner, a militia with close ties to the Russian President Vladimir Putin, are nearing a deal that would send mercenaries to train Malian troops and provide security for high-ranking officials. Understandably, France is less than happy with the situation. The presence of Russian paramilitaries in the country is "absolutely irreconcilable” with that of French troops, said France’s foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, reacting on September 15 to the news
Much-cherished northeast industrial landmark will be razed in early hours of Sunday morning –despite campaign to have it saved
She'll portray the smart and ambitious Veronique.
The Queen's own estate is to strengthen links to Stonewall’s diversity programmes despite internal fears over a backlash against the charity's controversial transgender position.
CDC guidance says those who recover from Covid-19 infection should still get vaccinated
John Major and David Cameron join Tony Blair and Gordon Brown in turning down centenary reunion