Seven-year-old’s family ‘devastated’ and ‘angry because of what happened’
Serial killing of four women prompts anger at failure of politicians to keep promise to protect Indigenous women and girls
Sajid Javid has announced he will not stand in the next general election, saying being an MP had been "the privilege of [his] life". The former chancellor, who has held a number of senior roles in government alongside his Bromsgrove seat, is the most high-profile Tory MP to decide to step down at the next national vote, expected in 2024. It comes amid reports the Conservative Party has told its MPs to decide about their future by Monday, with a number of younger members already confirming their exits.
The Prince and Princess of Wales battle a bitter breeze as they take a stroll around the Boston Harbour Defences to hear about how the area is tackling rising sea levels. During the visit, Prince William jokes about his hands in his pockets saying: "When I can feel them again they come back out", before adding that he’s "better in cold weather".
The cap is designed to curb Russia’s revenues from oil without halting significant volumes of exports, which could lead to supply shortages and push up prices globally
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Ex-PM was determined to ‘turn it up to 11 and, only if necessary, turn it down again’ – just like spoof ‘loudest band’
Matt Hancock has said he was warned the COVID pandemic could kill hundreds of thousands of people in the UK two months before the country was put into lockdown and claims ministers "did not really believe it". The former health secretary said the chief medical officer for England, Professor Sir Chris Whitty, informed him in January 2020 that, in a "reasonable worst case scenario", as many as 820,000 could die. Mr Hancock said when he passed on the warning to other ministers at a cabinet meeting three days later, the reaction was "shrug shrug" as they did not really believe it.
Taylor Swift fans are suing Ticketmaster for "price fixing" and "fraud", following the recent 'Eras' tour ticket-buying debacle.
Matt Hancock returns to the Houses of Parliament for the first time since coming third on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
The Yellow Jumper is valued at between £100,000 and £150,000.
<strong>The Man Who Pays His Way:</strong> MPs lined up to give rail firms a kicking
A handball from the past haunted the clash between Ghana and Uruguay. Now they're both ghosts as far as the 2022 World Cup is concerned. Uruguayan sense of humourFor many Ghanaians Luis Suarez roams the firmament as the devil incarnate. His resident evil? To have handled the ball on the goal line in the dying seconds of extra-time during the quarter-final between Uruguay and Ghana at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He was sent off for the horror and Asamoah Gyan missed the penalty. And then
A CHRISTMAS concert will be held in Glasgow to support young cancer patients and their families.
Exclusive: The model and musician and her children designed two special festive jumpers for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day on December 8
‘Newly identified’ governance and management issues prompt Charity Commission statutory inquiry
Footage of so-called ‘warm up’ demonstrations showed activists lying on sofas and beds inside the department store.
Detectives are searching for a woman who was seen being forced into a car in Haringey. The woman tried to walk away but was bundled into the car- a red Fiat Bravo - by the man who then made off southbound towards Tottenham. The man is described as white, 6ft tall of large build, with short hair, grey trousers and a dark jumper.
The star will be back on the dancefloor this week.
Authorities announce that member of Migos, who was shot at a bowling alley last month, was ‘an innocent bystander’