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Police say they seized ‘a large number of offensive weapons’ from three of the men
He has been a fixture on Classic FM since 2010.
Just one in five trains are running, and they are mostly restricted to main lines, with around half of the network closed.
Police have been tackling dangerous driving behaviours, with nearly 270 speeding offences identified on the Isle of Wight last month.
Billie Eilish really wants to be a mom, noting in a recent interview that it's one of her main goals in life, and that she'd rather die than not have kids.
Shiner, from Birmingham, is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
People are struggling to confirm if they or their children are vaccinated against polio, it emerged on Thursday. Health officials urged the public on Wednesday to ensure their polio vaccines were up to date after an outbreak of the virus was detected in UK sewage samples. But some parents said they were pushed from one authority to another trying to get answers. It also emerged that permission from a GP must be granted to allow patients to access their own, or their children’s, medical records v
Letters: David Wacks on youth convictions and cautions, John Hughes on the need to delete records of minor offences from decades ago, and a magistrate on the need for DBS reform
Stellantis has run a successful trial for an EV that can charge itself without having to stop.
A CROWN court judge is to deal with the case of a man accused of trying to robbery and burgling a Carlisle bingo hall.
Wolf Alice performs at Glastonbury 2022
The veteran musician will perform a week after his 80th birthday.
The 20-year-old was arrested in January.
Another day of chaos for commuters as unions and bosses in war of words
Baroness Scotland of Asthal has been re-elected as Secretary General of the Commonwealth, in a blow for the Prime Minister who attempted to have her ousted by backing a rival candidate.
Boris Johnson said he would defend the policy to the heir to the throne during their scheduled meeting over a cup of tea on Friday.
An SNP MP has been cleared of drunkenly asking a party staffer to “come home and shag me” after an initial ruling that upheld the complaint was quashed.
The former world boxing champion was threatened with a firearm and robbed after dining in a restaurant in east London.
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The police commander said Thursday’s attack in Auckland was random