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Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries visits the Worcestershire Medal Service in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, where the Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal is being struck ahead of next year's celebrations. The medal will be awarded to serving frontline staff with five years' service, including police, fire, paramedic and prison staff and armed forces personnel. Exclusive footage of the previously unseen medal and interviews with Nadine Dorries and Worcestershire Medal Service chief executive Phil McDermott.
Adrian and Lorraine Marshall may have to tear down a giant 'catio' in the front garden of their home in Blackpool after a neighbour complained.
A man has died in Lebanon after swallowing petrol he was siphoning out of his vehicle's tank, according to the country's national news agency. The Lebanese National News Agency said the young man in the northern town of Bhannine died in hospital. The Syrian man's death comes as Lebanon struggles with a fuel shortage that has forced many businesses to close and left people relying on the black market.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells the United Nations that no country should exploit the turmoil in Afghanistan for its own advantage after Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan appealed for nations to work with the Taliban.
Transport secretary accused of ‘disgraceful attack’ and of ‘shamefully passing the buck’ for filling station queues
The hunt is on to also find 5,500 poultry staff to tackle shortages – but visas will only ‘be valid until 24 December’
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said voters are prepared to give his party a fair hearing as he dismissed Boris Johnson as an untrustworthy “showman”.
"It’s a shame because I feel like it’s a great opportunity for good to happen."
The Duke of Cambridge will be hosting a new television show about the environment featuring pioneers who have been recognised for finding innovative solutions to the most pressing climate issues.
Angela Rayner will open the party conference with a promise to improve pay and conditions.
The Italian team beat France, the UK, Egypt, South Korea, Japan, Russia, Switzerland, Algeria, Chile and Mexico to become the World Champions. But are the rules being properly applied?View on euronews
Great British Bake Off star John Whaite came joint second on the leaderboard in the competition’s first all-male pairing.
Posters celebrating the NHS, Clement Attlee and Nye Bevan. But no gifts celebrating Labour's most electorally successful prime minister Tony Blair.
More than 100 people gathered at General Gordon Square in Woolwich to hold a vigil in memory of 15-year-old Tamim Ian Habimana, who was stabbed to death while walking home in south-east London. His mother, Hawa Haragakiza, called for more to be done to protect people on the UK’s streets.
Iceland on Sunday became the first country in Europe to have more women than men in parliament, a day after a general election that left the future of the left-right coalition in doubt despite it winning a clear majority.
Nine British soldiers face being questioned over the murder of a Kenyan woman whose body was found in a septic tank of a hotel close to a UK army camp more than nine years ago. The body of 21-year-old Agnes Wanjiru was discovered at the Lions Court Inn in Nanyuki two months after she disappeared in March 2012. The town, which lies some 122 miles (196km) north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, is close to the British Training Unit Kenya, which is commonly known as BATUK.
The transport secretary has said there would be no fuel queues if motorists filled up as normal as he accused a haulage group of triggering the "manufactured situation". Speaking to Sky News' Trevor Phillips on Sunday programme, Grant Shapps insisted there was "plenty of fuel" and urged the public to be "sensible" as some retailers were forced to shut their pumps and ration sales in the face of long lines at petrol stations for a third day. The supply crisis has been caused by a shortage of fuel tanker drivers.
A resident in Dudhamali, a small village in India's Gujarat state, was shaking when he came home to find an uninvited guest that had made itself comfortable in his house.
The 'Murder on the Dancefloor' singer says she believes her story will be heard now in a way it wouldn't have been two decades ago.
Swipe comes as Labour leader wins conference support for rulebook reforms