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Sergeant Tony Webb, of West Midlands Police, was responding to reports of a disturbance in Birmingham.
Royal courtiers fear the Duke of York is being failed by the strategy pursued by his London-based legal team, amid growing concern that his “wall of silence” is increasingly damaging the monarchy.
Sean Spicer claims press treats Jen Psaki better: ‘I walked into the lion’s den’Trump’s former press secretary makes remark to New York Times, saying Psaki ‘walks into a bunch of kittens’
Government department responsible for body promoting greener vehicles
Perhaps it betrays the UK’s approach to fighting Covid-19, but the only real question we Britons are asking at the moment is this: will there be another lockdown this winter?
Australia has made a "huge" diplomatic error by ditching a multi-billion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of an alternative deal with the United States and Britain, France's envoy to Canberra said on Saturday. Canberra announced on Thursday it would scrap its 2016 deal with France's Naval Group to build a fleet of conventional submarines and instead build at least eight nuclear-powered ones with U.S. and British technology after striking a trilateral security partnership.The move cau
Sebastian Payne’s book investigates how - and why - Labour’s red wall crumbled. It’s an entertaining and insightful read, says <strong>Martha Gill </strong>
Motsi's sister, Oti Mabuse, has won the last two series of 'Strictly Come Dancing' and has a historic hat-trick in her sights.
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Rigoletto; London Symphony Orchestra/Rattle – review. Royal Opera House; Barbican, LondonOne grisly moment aside, Oliver Mears’s first ROH production feels like a straightforward Rigoletto made to last. And a Julian Anderson world premiere is the timely centrepiece of the LSO’s season opener
Young people should be taught that university can be just the start of the so-called ‘adventure’ of adulthood. Life doesn’t end once you’ve graduated
Researchers looked at whether the medication could delay tumour regrowth among patients with an aggressive sub-type of inoperable bowel cancer.
ABTA spokesperson Sean Tipton says the travel association welcomes the Department for Transport’s decision to relax international travel rules.
The former president’s 20-year-long rule ended in disgrace as he was pushed from power amid street protests when he decided to seek a new term
As the Canadian prime minister stepped off his campaign bus at the University of Windsor’s campus, the feeble chants of "Trudeau, Trudeau" from his red-clad supporters were quickly drowned out by an angry crowd of anti-vaccine protesters.
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The computer chip industry has a dirty climate secret. As demand for chips surges, the semicondutor industry is trying to grapple with its huge carbon foot print
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It withstood a 30-year siege by the English in the Hundred Years War and is now the most popular tourist attraction in France outside Paris and a Unesco World Heritage site.
France abolished the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, the culmination of 200 years of activism. Recently elected socialist president François Mitterrand backed the move, but it was unpopular, and about 50 percent of the French public want to re-instate the sentence. When the French National Assembly voted to abolish the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, more than 60 percent of the population still backed capital punishment. But then president François Mitterrand stood by his campaign prom