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Volodymyr Zelensky has crushed calls for Ukraine to cede some of its territory to Russia, comparing it to the appeasement of Adolf Hitler in the run-up to the Second World War.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has written to the Met Police asking for a "detailed explanation" of its partygate probe - after claiming photos showed the PM was "caught red-handed" at an event for which he was not fined. Mr Khan has asked the Metropolitan Police's acting commissioner Sir Stephen House how decisions were made about whether fines should be issued for lockdown breaches in individual cases. Earlier, the mayor told Sky News that newly-released photos showing Boris Johnson holding a drink at a leaving do in November 2020 were a "smoking gun".
Asked to describe how it felt listening to Heard’s accounts, Depp answered: ‘Horrible, ridiculous, humiliating, ludicrous, painful, savage.’
A series of explosions has shaken Afghanistan, including a blast inside a mosque in the capital of Kabul that killed at least five people and three bombings of minivans in the country’s north that killed nine passengers
The actress said she understood how being famous often affected her privacy but false stories about her relationships were ‘damaging’ to all involved.
The Prime Minister has insisted that it was his “duty” to attend certain Downing Street parties as senior Tories questioned whether he will win the next election.
The three banked mural walls in the pedestrian concourse of Birmingham’s Hockley flyover underpass feature geometric shapes and abstract patterns.
Wednesday: Australians left in dark about electricity price rises until after election. Plus: Australian-Korean hip-hop crew 1300 shocked by their success
The investigation analysed events which took place between May 20 2020 and April 16 2021 in Whitehall.
Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer asks what "attracted" Boris Johnson to a "U-turn" on a windfall tax on the week the Sue Gray report is published. The Prime Minister responds by accusing Labour of being a tax raising party, saying "they absolutely love to confiscate other people's assets".
Police are investigating after a badger and a deer's head were found on a pentagram surrounded by leaves and blood.
Two leading contenders for the GOP nomination for Michigan governor could be ruled ineligible for the primary ballot
The superstar footballer revealed in a candid interview his struggles in the game - opening up about his battle with mental health. .
Emergency works in Shore Road originally planned for two days will now last for two weeks.
Rape accusations against a newly named French minister have galvanized a movement aimed at exposing sexual misconduct in French politics and encouraging victims to speak out
Former PM says he will back new Liberal leader and downplays loss, saying party ‘will regroup’
After two years of a total shutdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the National Parks Agency (ANPN) has decided to resume public observations of Gabon's gorillas, hoping the iconic species will serve as a booster for niche tourism. "Through tourism, it allows bringing needed funds into the park's system to protect the gorillas and actually all other species through them as well," explains Koro Vogt, the Loango Gorilla Project manager.
Negotiations for a peace deal cannot resume until Russia pulls out troops, president says
There are no plans for Royal Navy warships to be involved in efforts to break the blockade.
The MP's Standards Committee are also calling for lobbying rules to be tightened so MPs can't take part in proceedings that would benefit someone they are receiving money from. The Chair of the committee Chris Bryant has called the new measures "robust" and says they will "uphold and strengthen" standards in parliament. The report comes after the case of former MP Owen Paterson, which triggered a row over MPs second jobs.