Khayri, who was 15, died in hospital following an attack near the entrance of North Huddersfield Trust School in Woodhouse Hill.
Five years after the showdown with Madrid, the region remains split over secession – and even those who back it are divided on how to achieve it. Do the people still have the will to go it alone?
She also urged Labour to be more clear on their pay rise stance.
Wednesday’s session is committee’s last chance to show potential culpability of Donald Trump before midterm elections
MotherRED gives grants and support to 50 women, who commit to family-friendly policies, to stand for public office
Labour MP Ian Murray said the blueprint by the former PM would include plans that would be ‘more radical’ than Scottish independence.
Shadow foreign secretary David Lammy will commit a Labour government to push for an international law to tackle environmental destruction.
Deborah Collier sent a Venmo payment and a chilling message to her daughter on the day she went missing
Steve Thompson is in Hull, about to give a motivational speech to a firm of solicitors. You can imagine what they think they are about to hear. After all, the 44-year-old was a central part of the England team that won the 2003 Rugby World Cup, 19 years ago; a moment that still remains a pinnacle of the country’s sporting history. But if the lawyers lining up outside the hotel where he will speak have come expecting a flourish of anecdotes about what exactly it was the captain Martin Johnson sai
Kenyan runner Eliud Kipchoge has beaten his own marathon world record by 30 seconds in Berlin. Conditions were cool and windless - ideal for distance running on Berlin's flat course - and Kipchoge set a blistering pace by running the first 10km in 28:23 and clocking 59:51 at half way. "My legs and my body still feel young," 37-year-old Kipchoge said.
With the kids off at university, it is just the two of us left at home and the kitchen is officially closed
Health Inspectors who visited a County Durham takeaway have slammed the business after rat droppings were found in the kitchen and food was stored in bin bags.
Labour will pledge to "build British industry" through the use of a state-owned investment fund during the second day of the party's conference in Liverpool on Monday.
A man who was the head of the drug gang that sold cocaine across the region has been arrested.
Politicians who breach the City Hall code of conduct should face sanctions under tougher rules needed after the Jennifer Arcuri affair, a report said on Tuesday. A cross-party inquiry said the Greater London Authority should consider possible sanctions that could be taken against a mayor or London Assembly members, while strengthening the rules on “non-pecuniary interests”, such as a personal or private relationship. The investigation was launched after Boris Johnson was reported in 2019 to have failed to declare a series of potential conflicts of interest in relation to his relationship with Ms Arcuri while he was mayor.
A long line of cars waited to collect sandbags in Ruskin, Florida – a community in the Tampa Bay area – on Monday, September 26, ahead of the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Ian.The Hillsborough County Government issued multiple evacuation orders in the region and encouraged residents of mobile and manufactured homes to evacuate.According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), Ian is expected to impact Cuba on September 26 before it reaches Florida on September 27. The NHC forecasted that parts of Florida will experience life-threatening storm surges and hurricane-force winds as Ian approaches.Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency on September 24 in response to the hurricane.Footage captured by Sarah Sell shows vehicles lined up to pick up sandbags. “Waited 3 hours to get 10 sandbags,” read a caption accompanying the video. Credit: Sarah Sell via Storyful
An economist explains what young people need to know about the mini budget, and how to protect yourself financially.
Two police officers have been left with life-threatening injuries after a crash in Suffolk. The policemen were in a police car that was in a collision with a BMW on the B1112 in Eriswell on Sunday afternoon. The driver of the BMW, a man aged in his 20s, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and driving while unfit through drink or drugs.
Peak welfare body and Greens recommend raise in income support payments but Albanese government rules out benefits increase in next month’s budget
At least 120 people were arrested in protests in the capital of Russia’s Dagestan province on September 25 after President Vladimir Putin announced the partial military mobilisation of citizens for the war in Ukraine. Videos shared online show Dagestan residents, often women and minorities, fighting back against police, who attempted to quell crowds by force.