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Stephen McKinney, 45, carried out the killing while the couple were on a boating holiday with their children in 2017.
Fishermen have said they will stage protests at the Tunnel and Channel ports in dispute over post-Brexit fishing rights.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has said that there is "no quick fix" to the migrant crisis. Making a statement to MPs on the "tragic drownings" in the Channel, Ms Patel added: "What happened yesterday was a dreadful shock, it was not a surprise but it is also a reminder of how vulnerable people are put at peril when in the hands of criminal gangs.”.
The UK car industry has warned of challenges just to remain operational after it produced just shy of 65,000 cars last month - the weakest October since 1956. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) blamed "production stoppages" linked to the shortage of semiconductors globally for the woeful total, adding that a resurgent coronavirus pandemic could make things worse in the months ahead. The chip shortage is tipped, according to consulting firm AlixPartners, to cost the world's automotive industry $60bn (£45bn) in lost sales this year.
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Sir Lindsay Hoyle said other mothers in the Commons had asked him to keep the current rules preventing MPs bringing their babies into debates.
Jack Lis, from Pentwyn, Penyrheol, died after being mauled by the dog while playing at a friend’s house after school earlier this month.
Retailers are putting up prices at the fastest rate since 1990 according to industry figures that add to evidence of a cost of living squeeze this winter.
Breathe: 2022 by artist Dryden Goodwin will relate to the death of Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah, nine.
ITV has scrapped plans for a live broadcast of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! Presenters Ant and Dec were due to broadcast live from Gwrych Castle in North Wales tonight but instead will pre-record segments that will be played later. ITV said this is part of "precautionary measures" being put in place.
Christmas lights have been turned on in Madrid, Spain, in a ceremony that saw fireworks light up the night sky. The ceremony to switch on the lights took place in the Plaza de España. At the meeting point of Plaza España and Gran Vía, an 18m (59 feet)-high Christmas tree is adorned with 800 coloured balls, 200 candies and 150 luminous strings of lights that in total are over 1,800m in length, with 27,000 points of light. At the base of the tree are six giant present boxes.
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Lidl GB has promoted Ryan McDonnell to be its next chief executive, with Christian Härtnagel leaving the role to lead the discounter’s Germany division. The GB arm of the grocer, which this week revealed its target for 1100 stores by the end of 2025, said McDonnell will start in his new role on February 1. Most recently McDonnell, 44, was promoted to deputy chief executive for Lidl GB.
The Royal Ballet has changed an Arabian dance in its production of The Nutcracker. The company said it was reimagining the “harem” scene in the Tchaikovsky original to ensure that it remained “fresh and inclusive... to a broad audience”. During Tuesday’s opening of the altered production only two dancers performed the scene, instead of the usual three female dancers and one male over worries that its harem overtones would offend.
Local authorities have declared three days of mourning after more than 50 miners and rescuers died in a Siberian coal mine accident
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Peering out from behind a massive pair of binoculars on Kingsdown Beach near Dover, Juliette Walford tracks the sea for migrants.
The bodies were barely out of the water after the most deadly day ever for migrants crossing the English Channel before accusations began to fly over who was to blame for the tragedy.