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Analysis: A price cap on Russian oil and potential famine in Africa are among issues pressing for attention
The Prince has suggested the UK should create a national day to commemorate the victims of slavery
Roe v Wade reversed | The US Supreme Court today overturned the landmark ruling that enshrined the right to abortion half a century ago. Almost instantly, abortion will be banned in 13 US states that have already introduced "trigger" laws designed to come into effect upon the throwing out of Roe v Wade. US editor Nick Allen explains what is likely to happen next. Daniel Capurro outlines six things we learned from the ruling. And US correspondent Jamie Johnson has the latest reaction.
Boris Johnson spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme about measures to help people's finances
The Windrush generation saw people answer the call of ‘the mother country’ to help rebuild Britain in the 1940s and 1950s. The story of Windrush has come into painfully sharp focus but what is less well-known is the story of the children of Windrush; those whose parents left for Britain and who they only knew of through the ‘barrel' care packages sent back to the Caribbean. This is their story, told to Nadine White, of growing up away from their parents before being ‘sent for’ and finding themselves in a world that made little sense to them.
Prince Charles accepted a suitcase full of cash as a charitable donation from the former prime minister of Qatar, it has been claimed. The Sunday Times says it was one of three bundles of cash given as charitable donations which the Prince of Wales received from Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani. It claims that on one occasion, Sheikh Hamad, 62, presented the prince with €1m reportedly stuffed into carrier bags from Fortnum & Mason, the luxury food store that has a royal charter to provide the Royal Family with groceries.
Love Island’s contestants are facing another recoupling drama with the boys getting to choose.
This innovative scheme in the UK aims to establish giant sequoia trees outside of their natural habitat.
The 36-year-old was attacked in Ilford, east London.
Prince Charles' head gardener is developing compost by using shredded paperwork and organic waste from the Highgrove estate to help tackle the impact of climate change.
The former Beatle’s headline show on Saturday comes exactly a week after he celebrated his 80th birthday.
A look at the latest updates from Russia's war with Ukraine as the mayor of Severodonetsk says Russian forces are now in control of the battered city.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) -South African authorities are investigating the deaths of at least 22 young people found inside a popular tavern in the coastal town of East London, provincial health officials and the presidency said on Sunday. State broadcaster SABC reported the deaths resulted from a possible stampede, but was scant on details as the exact cause of death remained unknown. The bodies will be transported to state mortuaries where relatives are expected to help identify both male and female victims, said Siyanda Manana, a spokesperson for the Eastern Cape provincial health department.
Chief secretary to the Treasury says Cabinet colleagues will have to ‘stick within’ their spending review settlements
More than a month ago, a stunning leak of a draft opinion by Justice Samuel Alito indicated that the Supreme Court was prepared to take the momentous step of overruling the Roe v. Wade decision from 1973 and stripping away women’s constitutional protections for abortion
Funding for music hubs worth £79 million a year would also be guaranteed until 2025.
Congo’s Catholic bishop say Pope Francis' decision to go ahead with a trip to Canada was an “encouraging sign” that his knee treatment was working
The first yachts to make it all the way round the Isle of Wight will be honoured at a ceremony later this morning.
A DOOR-WOMAN who twice knelt on a girl’s throat and choked her until the teenager feared she would die has been jailed.
The ship was found split in half and lodged on a slope at the sea floor