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The former speaker said the ruling, which has yet to be published, that he bullied three staff members was ‘unsound’.
Ukraine said Sunday it had evidence that Russia was behind a massive cyberattack that knocked out key government websites this past week, as Microsoft warned the hack could be far worse than first thought.
Amazing from Wiggins, Ed Clancy, Steven Burke and Owain Doull.
Happier teachers and higher grades: the London school that shortened the week. Forest Gate community school cut down to four and a half days after the head saw reports on teacher burnout
The broadcaster spoke of getting a phone call in April 2020 to tell him his daughter had collapsed, and went on to say she had died the next morning.
Pandemics, the climate crisis and the algorithms used by tech giants feel too amorphous to squeeze into the dramatic form, says the Guardian’s chief culture writer Charlotte Higgins
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Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is negotiating a plea deal in his corruption case
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Both the vaccinated and unvaccinated are welcome at the chef’s pub
Russian troops are returniNg home after order was restored in Kazakhstan
The No 10 “partygate scandal” has worsened the public’s mental health, Sir Keir Starmer said as he laid out plans to reform the NHS under a Labour government.
YouTuber dressed in scrubs performs Covid vaccine rap at council meeting
Picture was mocked up of MP dying.
Dozens of freight cars are broken into every day in Los Angeles by thieves who take advantage of train stops to loot packages purchased online.View on euronews
The action comes ahead of a crucial vote on the bill by peers on Monday.
'Brothers and sisters, this is the real world we live in'
'Kill the bill' protests take place across the UK
After war and insurgency kept them away from Iraq for decades, members of a French-Iraqi archaeological expedition are making an enthusiastic return in search of millennia-old cultural treasures.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -Runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City took a step closer to a fourth title in five seasons with a 1-0 win over second-placed Chelsea on Saturday, opening up a 13-point lead over the London club at the top. Philippe Coutinho enjoyed a dream debut for Aston Villa as he came off the bench to inspire a 2-2 comeback draw at home to Manchester United, scoring a late equaliser. Rafa Benitez's troubles at Everton continued as they suffered a 2-1 loss at Norwich City, who moved off the bottom of the table with their third win of the campaign.