The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has concluded Harry Dunn’s alleged killer did not have diplomatic immunity, the family have been told.
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How the Covid crisis is changing minds on Scottish independence. Nicola Sturgeon’s handling of the pandemic, as well as frustration at the political impasse, is driving more people into the yes camp
The group spent $1.7m on the land and hopes it will one day be a formally recognised city
The UK faces another national lockdown "in short order" unless people abide by new COVID-19 restrictions, a government adviser has told Sky News.
More than 10,000 people have complained about Black Lives Matter-inspired performance
The European Union on Sunday rejected an incendiary claim by Prime Minister Boris Johnson that the bloc is plotting to destabilise the UK as another week of Brexit high drama beckoned, headlined by a stormy parliamentary debate in London.
The spokesman for Harry Dunn’s family was called a “bad guy” by a Downing Street staff member after he voiced concerns of a potential cover-up over the teenager’s death.The internal email sent by an employee at Number 10 followed a statement on Twitter from Radd Seiger in which he said the teenager’s family were intent on exposing “misconduct… on both sides of the Atlantic”.
CNN host Jake Tapper abruptly ended his interview with economist Peter Navarro on Sunday after the White House adviser repeatedly failed to answer a question about Donald Trump misleading the public about the deadliness of Covid-19 earlier this year. When Mr Tapper asked Mr Navarro to address the audio recording of Mr Trump’s private comments to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in February about how “deadly” the coronavirus pandemic was — even as he was publicly likening it to the common flu — Mr Navarro swerved into a long rundown of the Trump administration’s actions on the health crisis.
Ashley Banjo channels Elton John by walking out to I'm Still Standing after Diversity's Britain's Got Talent performance sparks more than 15,000 complaints
The Duchess of Cambridge has unveiled a photographic project she undertook during the coronavirus lockdown.Described as “inpirational” by the Queen, the project showcases 100 images taken during the nationwide shutdown.More than 31,000 entries were received and curated by the Duchess and a panel of judges for the Hold Still digital exhibition launched in conjunction with the National Portrait Gallery.As the exhibition went live on Monday, the Queen said: “It was with great pleasure that I had the opportunity to look through a number of the portraits that made the final 100 images for the Hold Still photography project.“The Duchess of Cambridge and I were inspired to see how the photographs have captured the resilience of the British people at such a challenging time, whether that is through celebrating frontline workers, recognising community spirit or showing the efforts of individuals supporting those in need.“The Duchess of Cambridge and I send our best wishes and congratulations to all those who submitted a portrait to the project.”The exhibition focuses on three themes – helpers and heroes, your new normal and acts of kindness – with the final 100 tackling subjects including family life in lockdown, the work of healthcare staff and the Black Lives Matter movement.The Hold Still initiative aimed to capture and document “the spirit, the mood, the hopes, the fears and the feelings of the nation” as the UK dealt with the coronavirus outbreak.A selection of the photographs will be shown in towns and cities across the UK later in the year.Coronavirus: what happened todayClick here to sign up to the latest news and information with our daily Catch-up newsletter
The Guardian view on India's strongman: in denial about a Covid crisis. Rather than rebuild the social fabric of his country during the coronavirus-driven economic slump, Narendra Modi has chosen to play identity politics
This is the terrifying moment the Turkish province of Ankara was hit by a freak sandstorm.Footage shared online shows the huge dust cloud enveloping building as it sweeps over Polatli in Ankara on Saturday.
President prepares for return to indoor rallies while campaigning in battleground Nevada
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has defended the need for the controversial Internal Markets Bill as a "break glass in emergency provision" to ensure the integrity of the United Kingdom is maintained.