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Muslim support for Labour party falling, polling shows. Starmer warned party cannot take historic support for granted as poll also shows drop in his personal rating
Jalan Woods-Bell, 15, was stabbed in Hayes on Friday morning. Another 15-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has appeared in court charged with his murder. Officers were called to reports of a fight on Blyth Road, close to Global Academy – a creative college for students aged 14-19 – just before 8.35am on Friday.
The TV star has voiced her frustration at the online abuse her eldest son faces.
UK 'in trade war' with Macron, says Tory MP
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Peugeot is kickstarting its new electric performance division with the 508 PSE. Ted Welford finds out what it’s like.
An anti-LGBT+ Christian activist has claimed the Biden administration is recruiting lesbians to create a “demonic military” to help the Antichrist “rise and take over the world”.
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A 13-year-old who allegedly threatened to stab someone with a foot-long machete as he hurled homophobic slurs has been arrested in Washington DC.
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Hugs and indoor socialising have returned, along with capacity restrictions in place for larger events and performances
Government set to push ahead with cut to support while extending forced closures of businesses
Katie Price and her 19-year-old son made a memorable appearance on Monday's edition of GMB.
The UK has a huge opportunity post-Brexit to use tariffs and quotas in trade deals to help reach net zero and provide incentives for the kind of modern, sustainable farming we want to see
Christchurch attacks: producer resigns from film They Are Us as criticism growsJacinda Ardern says subject still feels ‘very raw’ amid ongoing accusations that film sidelines Muslim victims of 2019 massacre Jacinda Ardern is to be played by Rose Byrne in the film They Are Us, about the Christchurch mosque attacks in New Zealand. Photograph: Don Arnold/WireImage
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We are - as ministers have repeatedly said - in a race between the vaccine and the variants. And Britain made a significant head start. It is now more than six months since Margaret Keenan, 90, in Coventry, became the first person to receive a Covid vaccine outside of a trial. On Monday, official statistics are set to show that more than 30 million people - approaching six in 10 adults - have had both jabs, while close to 42 million have had their first. The Government’s target to offer first do
Researchers found that two vaccine doses still provided strong protection against the variant which is now dominant in the UK.
Christian Brueckner wrote a letter in which he accused Brunswick prosecutors of perpetrating an ‘unbelievable scandal’ accompanied by a bizarre cartoon, German media reports
Alastair Stewart also addressed the technical issues that occurred during the launch.