Labour have retained the City of Chester by-election with Samantha Dixon claiming a majority of 10,974. Ms Dixon calls for a general election after Labour increased their majority by 11.6% in another blow to the Conservatives. Source: PA
Ex-PM was determined to ‘turn it up to 11 and, only if necessary, turn it down again’ – just like spoof ‘loudest band’
ANTI-social behaviour and "drug activity" has reportedly been taking place in and around the area of Bournemouth Christmas Tree Wonderland.
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Officials in the southern Ukrainian region of Kherson announced on Saturday they would help citizens evacuate from parts of Russian-occupied territory on the east bank of the Dnipro River amid fears of intensified fighting. Yaroslav Yanushevych, the regional governor, said officials were temporarily lifting a ban on crossings to allow Ukrainians living in villages across the river to traverse the Dnipro during daylight hours and to a designated point. "Evacuation is necessary due to the possible intensification of hostilities in this area," he wrote on the Telegram messaging app.
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The independent sector’s tax status has no moral ground. Keir Starmer knows it and at heart so do they
Almost three quarters of the British public support a deal with the EU on the Northern Ireland Protocol that is not overseen by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), a new poll has found.
Hussein Haseeb Ahmed, a 31-year-old from Iraq who tested positive for diptheria, died in hospital on 19 November
Footage of so-called ‘warm up’ demonstrations showed activists lying on sofas and beds inside the department store.
Love Island's Zara McDermott says social media impacts eating disorders"Social media plays a factor in the development or exacerbation of eating disorders said the influencer Influencer Zara McDermott explains that she has changed her Instagram content after realising that social media has played a part in the rise of eating disorders in her new documentaryGMB/ITV
On day one of the Tokyo 2022 Grand Slam, Japan won six gold medals
Asa Bennett told the BBC the ex-prime minister demanded the volume was ‘turned up to 11’ when she arrived
The parents of a child who died after contracting Strep A described his symptoms and how the bacteria took over his body in the last days of his life. Speaking to Sky News' Sadiya Chowdhury, Muhammad Ibrahim Ali's mother, Shabana Kousar, said the first sign of her little boy being unwell was a red rash across his lower back. A full course of antibiotics appeared to help the four-year-old, but when his symptoms persisted two weeks later, she was given Calpol for him.
The young Yorkshire slam poet – daughter of Simon Armitage – has teamed up with ace producer Fraser T Smith on her beguiling first EP
Newcastle University students have visited the Mulgrave Estate in the North York Moors near Whitby.
A CHRISTMAS concert will be held in Glasgow to support young cancer patients and their families.
Sue Barker says she could have continued presenting Wimbledon coverage until she was 70, but that - after three decades - it was "the right time to go". The former tennis star, 66, was speaking on the red carpet at the Women In Film And TV awards, ahead of receiving a lifetime achievement gong. "Thirty years of doing Wimbledon, and it was a perfect way to end."
Tunisia's powerful labour union attacked the president's political and economic agenda on Saturday, including elections this month, saying it will no longer accept what it called a threat to democracy in its clearest challenge to him yet. The UGTT union says it has more than a million members and has proven able to paralyse the economy with strikes. It has at times backed President Kais Saied after he seized most powers last year, but on other occasions has voiced tepid opposition."We no longer
Pope Francis I has rescheduled his long-delayed trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan for 31 January to 5 February 2023 – cutting out a stop over in the troubled eastern DRC, but fulfilling a long-held wish to accompany other Christian leaders to South Sudan. On Thursday, the Vatican published the itinerary of the trip, which had originally been scheduled for last July but was postponed because Pope Francis was undergoing therapy for strained knee ligaments.The 85-year-old pon