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The socialite is facing 55 years in prison when she is sentenced on Tuesday
Introducing second reading of Northern Ireland protocol bill, Truss’s gullibility is almost endearing
She was told she had stage four bowel cancer in December 2016, aged just 35.
He was a man with a plan who made his team the best ODI side in the world – and created a new, exciting culture
An Iranian appeals court has upheld an eight-year prison sentence against a Frenchman convicted on spying charges, his Paris-based lawyer said Tuesday.
New legislation coming into force this week will allow judges to hand down life sentences to dangerous drivers who who cause death
Sir Colin Blakemore, the former Oxford Professor of Physiology and head of the Medical Research Council, who has died aged 78, endured threats, letter bombs and even parcels of HIV-infected hypodermic needles sent to his children, yet he remained Britain’s most outspoken advocate of vivisection and became one of the country’s best-known scientists, campaigning on issues such as drugs policy and libel reform.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson also set out a package of support for Ukrainian experts whose work has been hit by the Russian invasion.
The six to three ruling ends the constitutional right to abortion in the U.S.
More than 12,300 migrants have risked their lives to reach Britain in small boats crossing the Channel so far this year – at least double the number in the same period of 2021. A total of 153 people on four boats were intercepted by the UK authorities on Monday, according to figures released by the Ministry of Defence. The figures highlight the Government’s failure to stop the dangerous Channel crossings despite the Brexit campaign’s key pledge to take back control of the UK’s borders.
Michael Gove questioned the claim.
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The French government is mulling the reopening of a coal-fired power plant in the north-eastern Lorraine region this winter, as a precaution against power outages as Europe braces for an energy crisis due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
One of the potential defectors in marginal seat while another also elected in 2019 sounded out Labour MP
Omicron sub-variants driving up coronavirus cases in UK and being monitored closely
Tributes are flooding in for the "inspirational" podcaster and cancer campaigner Deborah James, who died "peacefully" on Tuesday. The former deputy headteacher, 40, was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016 and fiercely campaigned to raise awareness of the condition on social media, through charities and BBC podcast You, Me and The Big C. Deborah passed away peacefully today, surrounded by her family.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was attacked while walking in east London. Detectives said they believed Zara Aleena was “attacked by a stranger” while walking along Cranbrook Road in the direction of Gants Hill station in the early hours of Sunday. Emergency services were called to the scene in Ilford at 2.44am after members of the public found Ms Aleena with serious head injuries.
Hostels are starting to cater for digital nomads with co-working halls and networking events. This year’s Hostelworld awards picked five of the best.
Zara Aleena's family have paid tribute to her "carefree spirit" as a 29-year-old man has been charged with her murder in a suspected stranger attack in Ilford, east London.
John and Clarence Anglin disappeared from Alcatraz along with inmate Frank Morris in 1962. <strong>Clémence Michallon</strong> speaks to the man who investigated the case for 17 years, and the nephew who believes the Anglins made it off the island alive