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Brits will face tighter measures to travel to the popular holiday destination as the country introduces stricter rules on vaccination.
The Prime Minister announced a 1.25 per cent rise in National Insurance last year to address the funding crisis in the health and social care system.
THE driver of a Mini Cooper from Greenwich has been fined and banned after drug driving.
“It’s fair to say that the defendant doesn’t appear to have a very good relationship with his sister"
Russia’s military buildup near Ukraine has reportedly expanded to include supplies of blood along with other medical materials that would allow it to treat casualties. It comes amid growing warnings from the West that Russia could be preparing for a new invasion of Ukraine as it masses more than 100,000 troops near its borders.
Detectives have launched an appeal for help after a valuable stamp collection was robbed from a pensioner. The catalogue of collectable stamps - worth £5,000 - was snatched from a 72-year-old man in Enfield, north London.
Swindon's Apprentice hopeful Kathryn Louise Burn has made it past week three of the competition despite her team failing to impress Lord Alan Sugar this week.
EBBW Vale were blown away by the pace and power of Cardiff in the Premiership on Thursday night.
The prime minister said he is not delaying the report from being released during a trip to Wales.
THE Metropolitan Police have now received material requested from the Cabinet Office to support their partygate investigation as reports suggest that Boris Johnson is to be given a redacted version of the Sue Gray inquiry.
Worryingly, I’m enjoying the discovery that I can be late without the sky falling in, says Guardian columnist Emma Brockes
The TV star and model has spoken about her regrets over the incident.
A murder investigation has been launched after a woman was found dead following a house fire in the early hours of the morning in Lambeth.
Technology Minister Chris Philp has defended the government's plan to increase national insurance contributions to raise money for NHS funding, saying it is the "honest and responsible" thing to do. "No one likes increasing taxes, least of all Conservatives, least of all me. But you can't magic up money out of nowhere," he said.
An uninsured driver was arrested after testing positive for cocaine.
Sean Ward, 33, who also appeared in BBC hit Our Girl, has said he had to hand back the keys to his home and put his belongings in storage.
Patrick Murray was up for doing a remake of the classic comedy, but had some concerns
NATO allies are putting forces on standby and sending reinforcements to eastern Europe in response to Russia's buildup of more than 100,000 troops on Ukraine's borders. Here are some of the dilemmas about NATO's next steps. WILL NATO COME TO UKRAINE'S DEFENCE?
Lithuania's president has told Sky News that NATO must stand united in response to Russian threats against Ukraine but that diplomacy should not yet be abandoned. Gitanas Nauseda was speaking as the Royal Danish Air Force sent four F-16 fighter jets and crew to Lithuania to help bolster patrols over the Baltic region as fears of war grow.
Jimmy Kimmel mocks Sarah Palin for dining in NYC after positive Covid test