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Making Southend-on-Sea a city would be a “wonderful” tribute to Sir David Amess, Priti Patel said, joining calls to fulfil one of his longest-running campaigns as a local MP.
‘I felt safe because she was with Brian, and I felt like she would be OK,’ says Nichole Schmidt
Funding for a new nuclear power plant will be announced before the 2024 election, the Government will vow this week as it reveals plans to lower carbon emissions.
The 1/10 scale car is fitted with a tiny hydrogen powertrain.
Susannah Reid and Richard Madeley were sat closer together than usual on today's Good Morning Britain after over a year of social distancing.
Germany's Greens voted in a party congress to support formal coalition talks with the Social Democrats and Liberals.View on euronews
Sealiway sprang a 12-1 surprise in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot as the big two, Adayar and Mishriff, finished out of the first three. Fifth in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe 13 days earlier, Sealiway bettered the form he showed when runner-up to St Mark's Basilica in the French Derby to lift the mile-and-a-quarter showpiece. The three-year-old colt, trained by Cedric Rossi and ridden by Mickael Barzalona, was made to fight all the way by the William Haggas-trained Dubai Honour, who only went down by three-quarters of a length.
The boy was was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
Opening of the Pan-African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (Fespaco)View on euronews
A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E
Five people killed in a small Norwegian town last week were all stabbed to death and not shot with a bow and arrows as initially suspected, police said on Monday. Three people were also injured, including an off-duty police officer who was shot with the bow and arrow in the early phase of the 35-minute rampage. "Five people were killed with stabbing weapons," police inspector Per Thomas Omholt told a news conference.
Brian Laundrie's father tears protest sign out of lawn
UK’s planning was too ‘narrowly and inflexibly based on a flu model’
Pregnant women at risk from health professionals’ mixed messages over safety of jabExpectant mothers tell helpline that midwives are advising them against vaccines despite threat posed by virus• Coronavirus – latest updates• See all our coronavirus coverage A vaccinator holds a swab after delivering the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to a woman at a vaccination centre. Photograph: Dinendra Haria/Sopa Images/Rex
Sir David Amess received an “upsetting” threat in the days leading up to the fatal attack on him during a routine constituency surgery, it has emerged.
Dr Camilla Kingdon, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said testing for children is causing ‘unnecessary chaos’.
Cleanup efforts were underway in Kerala, India, as heavy rain and landslides killed at least 35 people by October 18, reports citing officials said.This clip, posted live on Facebook on Sunday, October 17, by the Popular Front of India, shows people clearing debris off a bridge in Mundakayam.“It is saddening that some people have lost their lives due to heavy rains and landslides in Kerala. Condolences to the bereaved families,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said. Credit: Popular Front of India Kottayam District via Storyful
More reporting should be fact-centred and less focused on clicks, argues Stewart
British intelligence agencies and police are having to “adapt and respond” to a wave of vulnerable people who may have become radicalised online during the pandemic, Dominic Raab said on Monday. The justice secretary said authorities were monitoring extremism and those accessing the material on the internet “with maximum energy and vigour”. Police investigating the killing of Conservative MP David Amess fear the suspect may have been radicalised online during Covid lockdowns.
The Humboldt archipelago off the northern Pacific coast of Chile is a "natural treasure" and refuge for unique species of fauna, including a particular type of penguin and an otter on the brink of extinction.