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The Home Secretary said work was taking place ‘right now’ on plans to deport people to Rwanda.
Economists have warned tax cuts to help with the cost of living will benefit wealthier households the most.
Kevin Hollinrake said the plans ‘will devastate the community’.
Dry clothes with a clean conscience with these up-to-date appliances
Rebekah Vardy arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice for the final day of the case dubbed Wagatha Christie; she is suing Coleen Rooney for defamation. Rooney will not be present as she is on holiday.
This year’s NBA playoffs have served as a reminder of how much Green sets the tone for the Warriors by being such a pain in the ass to play against
Russia's war in Ukraine has accelerated inflation across Europe, with prices for energy, materials and food surging at rates not seen for decades
Croydon had the lowest public satisfaction with just 37 per cent of residents agreeing police did a good job
President Joe Biden's six-day trip to South Korea and Japan aims to build rapport with the Asian nations’ leaders
Byrne said that the legendary actor’s ‘words stayed with me’
Whitney Henriquez said her sister was left ‘emaciated’ and struggling to sleep as she endured bouts of domestic violence and cruel verbal abuse
Ancient faeces found near Stonehenge show its builders may have dined on badly cooked cow offal during epic winter feasts. The bizarre find at Durrington Walls, just 2.8km from the ancient stones in Wiltshire, dates from 2,500 BC, when much of Stonehenge was constructed. This, say a team of archaeologists, suggests the inhabitants feasted on the internal organs of cattle and fed leftovers to their dogs.
A BUS firm in York will be putting on extra services to the Community Stadium for the play-off game tomorrow.
Members of the British Army parade at Horse Guards for the Brigade Major's Review ahead of the official Trooping the Colour in honour of the Queen's birthday and Platinum Jubilee. The Irish Guards, who this year have the honour of trooping their colour, were accompanied by Irish Wolfhound Turlogh Mor, affectionately known as Seamus, who is the Guards' official regimental mascot.
The rules, announced by policing minister Kit Malthouse, are part of a bid to tackle a rise in violence and disorder at matches.
It’s back and starrier than ever — Stephen Dalton has your film festival cheatsheet
Kate Quigley discusses fentanyl poisoning in new episode of Red Table Talk
A NEW mum lost seven litres of blood after giving birth at Basildon Hospital and needed urgent surgery to remove her uterus, it has been revealed.
Make your garden dazzle with these bright and beautiful solar lights
Some U.S. moms looking for baby formula that is in short supply are dealing with another layer of stress - people asking why they don't just breastfeed