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The SNP's hopes of securing a majority in the Scottish elections are on a knife edge this morning, but Nicola Sturgeon's party remains on course for an historic fourth term in office. Ms Sturgeon has told Sky News that a majority is "very much in the balance" and has "always been a long shot". The SNP made three gains yesterday, including Edinburgh Central from the Conservatives where the party's former Westminster leader Angus Robertson was elected.
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The UK has recorded another five COVID deaths and 2,047 more cases in the latest daily figures. It compares with seven deaths and 1,907 cases this time last week, while the latest seven-day rolling average is 11.3 and 2,080. On Friday, 119,240 first vaccine doses were administered across the UK, and 449,716 second doses were given.
Turkey criticised Israel and accused it of unleashing "terror" on Palestinians after Israeli police fired rubber bullets and stun grenades towards rock-hurling Palestinian youth at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque late on Friday. The clashes at Islam's third holiest site and around East Jerusalem, which injured 205 Palestinians and 17 police officers, came amid mounting anger over the potential eviction of Palestinians from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers. As the clashes flared, several Turkish officials criticised Israel and called for other countries to voice condemnation, while a Foreign Ministry statement urged Israel to "immediately end its provocative and hostile stance and act with reason".
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Alex Salmond has hit out at Nicola Sturgeon after his attempt at a political comeback looked set to end in a humiliating failure. The former First Minister said pro-independence voters had “missed an opportunity” by failing to back his new Alba Party, which he conceded would fail to win a single seat. He predicted Ms Sturgeon, who is set to be returned as First Minister in a pro-independence parliament once SNP and Green seats are combined, would continue to “prevaricate” over separation. He also claimed his new party had “helped” the SNP in the Scottish election by taking “venom” from the mainstream media that would otherwise have been directed at Ms Sturgeon, and because Alba had made her appear “more moderate”. Mr Salmond has repeatedly called for his former party to take more extreme positions in seeking to achieve the break-up of the UK, floating “alternative” routes to independence other than a legally-binding referendum and claiming a breakaway Scottish state should refuse to take on its share of UK debt.
French authorities have announced that Jersey fishermen will be banned from landing their catch at three ports in response to the row over post-Brexit fishing rights. In a tit-for-tat retaliation, local leaders in La Manche, Normandy, said that boats from the Channel island would be suspended from entering the ports of Granville, Barneville-Carteret and Dielette until further notice. It came as Jersey fishermen on Friday told The Telegraph they had been unable to land their hauls since Monday, with one fisherman actively prevented from landing in Carteret on Thursday afternoon. Responding on Friday night, Ian Gorst, Jersey’s minister for external relations, said that it regretted the decision and believed it fell foul of the Brexit trade deal. “For that reason we are referring the notice of this decision immediately to the European Commission,” he said in a statement. It follows Jersey’s decision last week to impose new restrictions on fishing licences granted to French vessels in its waters, in a move which has provoked outcry in Paris. Brussels has also intervened, claiming that the move is discriminatory and in breach of the Brexit trade deal agreed with the UK last year. After the French government threatened to cut off electricity supplies to the island, a flotilla of 60 fishing boats blockaded its main port of St Helier on Thursday, in an escalation which prompted Boris Johnson to dispatch two Royal Navy vessels. The fishermen have threatened to return unless Jersey backs down, but Downing Street has insisted that the Crown Dependency commands its full support and has complied with the trade agreement. Read more: Calm after the storm as Jersey's fishermen head back out to sea
Angela Rayner has been sacked as chair of the Labour Party, as Sir Keir Starmer began a major reshuffle of his top team. Anneliese Dodds, the shadow chancellor, and Jon Ashworth, the shadow health secretary, were also said to be facing the sack. A reshuffle had been planned for next month, but sources suggested it had been brought forward following the party’s poor performance at the local elections. Ms Rayner has been blamed by party insiders for the selection of Dr Paul Williams, the losing candidate in the Hartlepool by-election.
DUBAI (Reuters) -Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on Saturday condemned Israel's plans to evict Palestinians from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers, following a night of violence in Jerusalem. Israeli police fired rubber bullets and stun grenades towards rock-hurling Palestinian youth at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque late on Friday. The clashes at Islam's third holiest site and around East Jerusalem, which injured 205 Palestinians and 17 police officers, came amid mounting anger over the planned evictions.
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A teenager has been stabbed to death and another seriously injured in a double knife attack in the same playing fields where girl scout Jodie Chesney was murdered in 2019. A member of the public tried to help police revive the boy after officers were called to reports of a fight in Church Road, Harold Hill at 6.40pm tonight. Homicide detectives from the Specialist Crime Command have been informed.
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Large numbers of bikers rode through central London and in front of the Houses of Parliament in protest at the prosecution of former soldiers accused of abuses in Northern Ireland during the so-called Troubles. The 'Rolling Thunder' rally was made up of veterans and their supporters. They claim that recent attempts to prosecute veterans for abuses allegedly committed in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, are politically motivated and 'vexatious'. They want the government to drop such prosecutions and take action to prevent them from happening in future.
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Headteachers in England call for refund of £220m summer exam feesCampaigners want examination boards to give back half of fees after decision to scrap A-levels and GCSEs Pupils sitting an exam before the pandemic. Exam boards say they have incurred substantial costs this year despite not having to print and mark millions of papers. Photograph: David Jones/PA
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