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Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service would like to hear the public's views on 999 cover proposals for the next three years
Jurgen Klopp has admitted his Liverpool side were far from their best in their opening-day draw against Fulham. The Reds, who came second in the Premier League last season, were heavy favourites against their newly-promoted opposition but could have easily lost the game."We are used to more dominance and we never could get that because we just played not good enough, not quick enough, not precise enough, all these kinds of things," Klopp said. He also suggested dropping two points is "punishment" for the poor performance.
Photographer Gaz De Vere celebrates the massive effort to create the Southend City Festival at Southend Airport, and thinks everyone should support it
The former Love Island star wrote about her experience of motherhood in a post on Instagram.
A-list guests including Dua Lipa, Jorja Smith and Stefflon Don provide the high points on the Scot’s quality funk follow-up
Keely Hodgkinson had to settle for another second place after Kenya’s Mary Moraa stunned her with an unconventional surge for gold
A family enjoying a Saturday afternoon paddle in a London river had a shock - when they found a large cache of dumped firearms.
A motorcylist has been rushed to hospital after colliding with a car on Kilburn High Road. Police officers and the London Ambulance Service were called to the scene at 9.04am to reports of a collision involving a car and moped.
Laura Muir coasted to gold in the final of the 1500metres at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday night to add to her bronze in the 800m. On paper, Muir was a class apart from the rest of the field and kicked at the bell for a solo time trial to the finish. It continued her strong summer having won bronze at the 1500m at the World Athletics Championships behind Faith Kipyegon, who opted to forego these Games in Birmingham.
The pungent smell of rubbish wafts through Karachi's streets.
Police in the US state of New Mexico said Saturday they are investigating the murders of three Muslim men that they suspect are related to a fourth homicide from last year.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres warned world leaders on Saturday they were playing with a loaded gun and urged them to back away from the brink of nuclear armageddon.
The tiny island, once famed for its welcoming approach to those risking their lives in the Mediterranean, is centre stage as elections approach
The heatwave is expected to roll over into next week amid an unusually dry August
In the letter, Dame Deborah tells her son Hugo and daughter Eloise that they are “my world”
Portskewett puncher Eccles, 26, will fight Australia’s Kaye Scott on Sunday for the chance to take gold in Birmingham after a unanimous points victory over Northern Ireland’s Eireann Nugent.
Erik ten Hag's reign as Manchester United manager got off to a nightmare start as Brighton registered their first ever victory at Old Trafford with a 2-1 win on the opening weekend of the Premier League season.
Tory leadership candidate Liz Truss takes a swipe at her rival Rishi Sunak's economic legacy as former chancellor, blaming it for the expected recession. During a campaign visit to the West Midlands, the Foreign Secretary tells reporters: "Under the plans at present, what we know is Britain is headed for a recession" and "having the highest taxes for 70 years is not going to deliver that economic growth and it's leading our country to a recession.".
The cargo ships carrying over 160,000 tonnes of corn and other foodstuffs left Chernomorsk and Odesa, heading for Turkey, Italy and China under an international deal struck in July.
Victims of the infected blood scandal will receive £100,000 compensation each “as soon as possible”, the Government will announce. An estimated 2,400 people died after being infected with HIV and hepatitis C through contaminated blood products in the 1970s and 1980s in what has been labelled the worst treatment disaster in the history of the NHS. Sir Brian Langstaff, the chairman of the inquiry, last month called for compensation to be provided to victims “without delay”.