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Charity launches legal challenge against government over Rwanda asylum plan
World Health Organization official confirms that “anyone can get” the monkeypox virus dispelling the myth of “gay disease”. WHO expert Andy Seale stressed the importance to remember that monkeypox is not an illness that affects only one community more than others. Mr Seale suggested that an elevated proportion of UK cases in gay or bisexual men could be due to an increased awareness of sexual health amongst the community.
The campaigner spoke on behalf of charity Animal Free Research UK.
The 96-year-old monarch adapted her traditional visit to see the floral and gardening extravaganza on Monday
An Ottawa resident captured this terrifying footage which shows the moment a deadly storm passed over his home on Saturday. Within seconds, day turned to night as the city descended into darkness. At least eight people were killed and 550,000 homes were without power as severe storms swept over Ontario and Quebec.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was watched by British officials while being forced to sign a “dehumanising” false confession claiming she was a spy, she has revealed in her first interview.
The schoolgirl was stabbed following a row over a Snapchat video in Liverpool city centre.
Shantal Bailey said her son Raheem has faced ‘racial and physical abuse’ since he started secondary school at Abertillery Learning Community.
Former Tory MP Imran Ahmad Khan has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy. The 48-year-old, who served as MP for Wakefield from 2019 until this year, was found guilty in April of sexually assaulting the teenager at a house in Staffordshire in 2008.
Female TV news anchors are being told they must wear face coverings when presenting live on air in Afghanistan. The Taliban said the ruling was “non-negotiable” and is now being strictly enforced by the Government. The party overthrew the previous Afghan government in August last year and has since placed more restrictions on women, limiting their access to education and dictating how they must dress in public.
“UNSAFE and atrocious” potholes are putting drivers at risk, Basildon’s Labour leader has claimed.
Plans to build new homes in Narberth which could help local people to get onto the property ladder have been unveiled by housing provider Wales & West Housing.
Here's why you may have seen some sharp dressed man (and women) on motorbikes on the Isle of Wight yesterday.
A blistering report on the Southern Baptist Convention’s mishandling of sex abuse allegations is raising the prospect that the denomination, for the first time, will create a publicly accessible database of pastors known to be abusers
A 21-year-old woman and girl remain in police custody
Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy has denied nine sexual offences against six young women. The 27-year-old stood in the dock at Chester Crown Court where he entered pleas for the first time and repeated: "Not guilty." The French international has denied seven counts of rape, one count of sexual assault and one count of attempted rape - all relating to six complainants.
The UK's chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan last year showed "systemic failures of leadership, planning and preparation", according to a scathing inquiry by MPs published on Tuesday.
In her 70 years on the throne, the Queen has ticked off nearly every mode of transport known to mankind – from horses to helicopters via yachts, Concorde and gold coaches.
The race for the Flat jockeys’ championship could keep the sport in the wider public consciousness into the autumn
The first showing outside Scandinavia of a collection of the Norwegian master’s lesser-known works presents an artist aiming to present the full spectrum of profound human emotions