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Scott Thomas, 54, says he is too scared to let his grandchildren play in his garden at home in Dobshill, North Wales, after a string of cars veered off the road and into it.
The way your home makes you feel rests on so many subjective, idiosyncratic visual elements, making a one-size-fits-all approach to designing for wellness redundant, writes Anya Cooklin-Lofting
A pact between Labour and the Liberal Democrats at the next general election would make Sir Keir Starmer prime minister without the need for SNP support, an analysis has found.
"I need another coffee," Rachel Maclean said as she tried to laugh off her mistake.
Singer calls Biden administration ‘the enemies of America’
HELSINKI (Reuters) -Finland's President Sauli Niinisto confirmed on Sunday that his country would apply for membership of the NATO military alliance, in a historic policy shift prompted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Moscow, which shares a 1,300 km (800 mile) border with Finland, has said it would be a mistake for Helsinki to join the 30-strong transatlantic alliance and that it would harm bilateral ties. Sunday's announcement comes after Niinisto and Prime Minister Sanna Marin said on Thursday they both favoured NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) membership, giving a green light for the country to apply.
They’ll reprise their roles as part of the BBC show’s 60th anniversary
The PM will urge Stormont parties to resume powersharing as the UK Government resolves differences with the EU over the protocol.
Jurgen Klopp has revealed the secret to Liverpool’s penalty shoot-out success as neuroscience. Liverpool beat Chelsea 6-5 on penalties to lift the FA Cup at Wembley on Saturday, defeating the Blues for the second time this season in a cup final shoot-out.
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Fans also jeered the national anthem and a rendition of Christian hymn Abide With Me
Finnish Prime Minister says they decided to join Nato to avoid war with Russia
A MAN from Bournemouth has received a court bill of almost £400 for travelling on a train in London without paying the £62.30 fare.
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MOTORISTS have been warned to expect further long delays on the roads in Christchurch this week.
A FIRE has broken out down a country lane.
'Voting is a duty,' says a Beirut citizen as she casts her ballot in the first election since multiple crises dragged Lebanon to the brink of failed statehood. The vote is a major test for new opposition groups bent on removing the ruling elite.
Demonstrators turned out in Philadelphia on Saturday, May 14, for one of many rallies taking place nationwide in support of abortion rights.This video from Kelly Vignola shows crowds marching down Philadelphia’s Market Street.The “Bans Off Our Bodies” events were organized by groups including the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Planned Parenthood Action Fund, UltraViolet, MoveOn, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), and took place two weeks after a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion indicated that the court would overturn the landmark Roe v Wade decision of 1973.On May 11, the US Senate voted against advancing the Women’s Health Protection Act, a Democrat-led bill that would bolster abortion rights at a federal level, by 51 to 49. All Republican senators and one Democrat, Sen. Joe Manchin, voted against the bill. Credit: Kelly Vignola via Storyful
Hate-based crime has been getting worse in recent years, largely cultivated in the cauldron of darkest reaches of the internet
A mountaineer once told he would never walk again unaided after shattering both his heels has scaled Mount Everest for a record-breaking 16th time, the highest number by a non-Sherpa.