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Thomas Schreiber, of Gillingham, Dorset, is on trial at Winchester Crown Court accused of the murder of Sir Richard Sutton.
The legendary Barbadian cricketer Sir Garfield Sobers admitted he would miss the Queen as head of state in Barbados. It comes as Prince Charles prepared to leave Barbados after the island nation celebrated becoming a Republic.
Malala Yousafzai has celebrated her graduation from Oxford University at a restaurant in central London. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 24, marked finishing her philosophy, politics and economics degree on Monday with a meal at the Indian restaurant Colonel Saab in Holborn. The education activist was joined by her husband Asser Malik, also 24 - whom she married at a ceremony in Birmingham earlier this month, and close friends.
Pupils and staff at a primary school in Essex are being tested for Covid-19 after a “link” was established with a known case of the Omicron variant. One class at Larchwood Primary School based in Pilgrims Hatch has been moved to remote learning. The school and Essex County Council said in a joint statement: “We appreciate that this is an unsettling time for parents, pupils and the school community but we take the time to remind everyone that this is a precautionary measure.”
Police bodycam captures dramatic moment a vulnerable pensioner was rescued after falling down in thick brambles
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This week, the US Supreme Court will hear Mississippi’s case for overturning the Roe v Wade decision that federally guaranteed the right to an abortion.
World Health Organisation says the overall global risk of the Omicron variant is ‘very high’
The singer said she was "devastated" after having to cancel her upcoming European solo tour due to the increase in coronavirus cases in many European countries.
The World Health Organization has called for a new international accord on tackling pandemics, following the emergence of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus.During a special session of the World Health Assembly on November 29, WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the new variant “underlines just how perilous and precarious our situation is.”“Omicron demonstrates just why the world needs a new accord on pandemics,” he said. “Our current system disincentivizes countries from alerting others to threats that will inevitably land on their shores,” he said.Tedros called on richer nations to commit to vaccine equity in order to bring an end to the pandemic. “More than 80 percent of the world’s vaccines have gone to G20 countries. Low income countries, most of them in Africa, have received just 0.6 percent of all vaccines,” he said. “The longer vaccine inequity persists, the more opportunity this virus has to spread and evolve in ways we cannot predict.”Tedros also said South Africa and Botswana “should be thanked for detecting and sequencing and reporting this variant, not penalized,” and said it was not yet known whether the variant is associated with more transmissions, severe disease, or vaccine resistance. Credit: World Health Organization via Storyful
Police say serial Florida bank robber once dubbed the “I-4 bandit” has been arrested for a new holdup just months after his release from prison
The Silver Line, a service which helps older people in the UK battling loneliness, was inspired by Bob Lowe’s story of loneliness.
Interior minister Gerald Darmanin said negotiations can resume ‘very quickly’ if the UK ends the ‘double speak’.
Dozens of MPs will advocate for Afghan women’s rights and refugee resettlement while based in Greece
New measures to slow the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant came into force in England on Tuesday.
The 'Great British Bake Off' champion Giuseppe Dell'Anno has opened up about how he is keeping in touch with the show's other contestants.
Donald Trump has accused the Duchess of Sussex of "using" Prince Harry and being "disrespectful" to the Queen in a wide-ranging interview. Speaking to Nigel Farage in Florida, the former US president said he hasn't been a fan of the Duchess of Sussex since "day one". In response to comments from Mr Farage about Meghan using Duchess of Sussex headed writing paper to lobby members of Congress, Mr Trump said: "She is trying do things that I think are very inappropriate."
Thomas Schreiber seethed with resentment over how he felt couple treated him, jury hears
The Prince of Wales will highlight the shared goals and enduring bonds between Barbados and the UK during a ceremony marking the Caribbean country’s transition to a republic. Charles will also tell the nation it is “important” for him to attend the event, being staged in the capital Bridgetown, to “reaffirm those things which do not change” as the major constitutional shift takes place. The heir to the throne will deliver his address just after midnight, local time, as Barbados begins a new chapter in its history on November 30 – the 55th anniversary of independence from Britain – after its first president Dame Sandra Mason is sworn in.