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‘As stated in yesterday’s congressional hearings, you don’t ask for a pardon if you are innocent. And, you don’t decline to appeal if you know you are right,’ said Heard’s spokesperson
With votes still being counted, the Liberal Democrats claimed to have snatched the Devon seat held with a 24,000 majority by the Tories in 2019.
Police have been tackling dangerous driving behaviours, with nearly 270 speeding offences identified on the Isle of Wight last month.
Windrush Day was introduced four years ago, on the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the Empire Windrush to Tilbury Docks, Essex and its aim is to “recognise and thank all those who arrived on Empire Windrush and their descendants, for the enormous contributions they made to Britain”. At my children’s school the day is being marked with a Caribbean Carnival complete with steel band and the children wearing colourful clothes and eating tropical fruit. Sad that I had no answer when my daughter came home from school last year and asked me why there was a Black History Month but there was no Brown History Month.
Hours after the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade, protesters and speakers met in New York squares to voice their anger and frustration at the decision by the Supreme Court judges, including congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Only a fifth of services will run as people have been advised to only ‘travel if necessary’
European Union leaders have formally agreed to grant candidate status to Ukraine, as well as Moldova, although the two former Soviet republics face a long path before joining the bloc. President of the European Council Charles Michel made the announcement on Thursday."Today marks a crucial step on your path towards the EU," Michel said, describing the decision as a "historic moment".Ukraine applied to join the bloc just days after the Russian invasion on 24 February, and the process from applica
A PENRITH man has pleaded guilty to an arson offence which involved him being “reckless” of whether life would be endangered.
Katie Price tells reporters to 'suck my d***' outside courthouse
Labour's newest MP has promised his constituents in Wakefield that he will "restore trust in our politics" after he took the seat from the Conservatives in Thursday's by-election with a majority of 3,558. Simon Lightwood said on Friday: "The people of Wakefield have spoken on behalf of the British people; they have said unreservedly, Boris Johnson, your contempt for this country is no longer tolerated.".
Vibrant stilt walkers, a truck in the shape of a beetle and a lorry carrying a dozen steel pan players joined the parade at Glastonbury Festival.
Roe v Wade reversed | The US Supreme Court today overturned the landmark ruling that enshrined the right to abortion half a century ago. Almost instantly, abortion will be banned in 13 US states that have already introduced "trigger" laws designed to come into effect upon the throwing out of Roe v Wade. US editor Nick Allen explains what is likely to happen next. Daniel Capurro outlines six things we learned from the ruling. And US correspondent Jamie Johnson has the latest reaction.
Lib Dem candidate Richard Foord wins with 22,537 votes leaving Tories trailing with 16,393
Prince Charles has met with Boris Johnson at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Rwanda, alongside the country's president Paul Kagame and the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Nations Baroness Scotland. It is the first time the Prince of Wales and the Prime Minister have come face to face since the heir to the throne reportedly criticised the government's plan to send asylum seekers to the east African country.
A senior Nigerian politician and his wife have been charged with human trafficking after allegedly smuggling a 15-year-old boy into Britain in order to harvest his kidney for their sick daughter.
Captured Briton Aiden Aslin told his execution will go ahead Russia nears ‘tactical’ victory in Severodonetsk as villages fall How President Zelensky became the latest celebrity accessory Dispatch: 'My daughter is in Paris. I have lived my life already' Listen to the latest episode of our daily Ukraine podcast
Prime minister refuses to accept Partygate scandal triggered byelection defeats – and rules out ‘psychological transformation’ to change his character
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Passengers are urged to check with train operators for updates to services.
Laura Wilkinson, 30, of Lancashire, had just got engaged when she discovered she had rare kidney cancer in June 2020