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Suella Braverman came under fire after saying she was considering whether to refer the case to the Court of Appeal.
The Commons speaker berated rowdy MPs for stopping the public from hearing what was said.
Classical choir perform foul-mouthed rendition of South Park theme tune
Sherlock star was ‘stranded’ at $1,800-a-night lodge when pandemic struck
Activist deceived into relationship with Met officer wins £229,000 compensation. Award made to Kate Wilson after tribunal rules police grossly violated her human rights
Night Call is currently on track to take the top spot in this week’s albums chart, according to the Official Charts Company.
The Federal Reserve began Tuesday a policy meeting in which central bankers are expected to further signal which weapons they plan to use against inflation and when, amid a selloff on Wall Street.
Doug Beattie received unanimous backing from senior party colleagues to continue in his role on Tuesday.
Pressure grows on UK to beef up measures to tackle economic crime. MPs and experts demand immediate action after shock resignation of minister over £4.3bn Covid loans fraud bill
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalisation of marijuana - giving people the green light to grow the plant at home. The country first legalised the use of marijuana in 2018 for medical use and research, but now the Narcotics Control Board has dropped it from its list of controlled drugs. People can grow cannabis plants at home under the new rule, but must notify their local government first, health minister Anutin Charnvirakul said.
COPS seized a car parked on a Glasgow street claiming it had no insurance.
The inquiries have been launched into the tragedy at the Olembé Stadium before the game between Cameroon and Comoros. Answers have been demanded by the end of week. It just happened hereIt's always been something of a meta experience, the Cup of Nations. Things occur at the tournament that really don't belong in the normal realm. The review remembers the insistence of the organisers on playing in 2010 in the Angolan enclave of Cabinda. Separatists attacked the Togo team buses and killed three pe
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday said the March 1962 shooting of dozens of European supporters of French Algeria on the rue d'Isly in the heart of Algiers was "unforgivable for the Republic". In a first, the French president admitted that the shooting of unarmed civilians by French soldiers was a "massacre". At a gathering in the Elysée presidential palace attended by people of French origin who were repatriated after Algeria gained independence, Macron addressed the brutal events o
Israeli settlers are flaunting the power of their movement nearly 55 years after Israel captured the West Bank
Laura Pidcock, an MP until she lost her seat in 2019, attacks Keir Starmer's leadership for "a lack of vision".
All the big Corrie drama revealed in spoilers for 31 January-4 February 2022
Students, teachers and MPs explain why they believe the second reading of the Climate Education Bill is essential to the future of improving the teaching of environmental awareness in schools.
PEOPLE are being urged to stay away from a cliff following a large rockfall.
Sir Trevor Phillips will return with a new series, Common Ground, from March.
‘Walk Away’ movement founder Brandon Straka is spending the next three months on house arrest