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Man gets favourite trainers tattooed on his feet
Jordanian authorities say a crane loading chlorine tanks onto a ship dropped one of them, causing an explosion of toxic yellow smoke
More than 12,300 migrants have risked their lives to reach Britain in small boats crossing the Channel so far this year – at least double the number in the same period of 2021. A total of 153 people on four boats were intercepted by the UK authorities on Monday, according to figures released by the Ministry of Defence. The figures highlight the Government’s failure to stop the dangerous Channel crossings despite the Brexit campaign’s key pledge to take back control of the UK’s borders.
Labour has said pupils should receive face-to-face, professional careers guidance while at school.
The socialite is facing 55 years in prison when she is sentenced on Tuesday
Survivors of yesterday's missile strike on a shopping centre in central Ukraine have described to ITV News how they crawled through flames to safety. At least 20 others did not make it out alive. That figure could more than double. Over 30 people are still missing. For one mother whose daughter has disappeared without trace, the not knowing is unbearable. Russia insists it was targetting a nearby store of weapons and ammunition in Kremenchuk - not the shopping centre.
Judge sets hearing for 12 July, meaning abortions up to six weeks of pregnancy can resume for at least two weeks
Queen Victoria died on the Isle of Wight in 1901. Now lace from that historic moment is being auctioned.
Train carrying 243 passengers derails near Kansas City, Missouri
Former US president Donald Trump angrily lunged at his Secret Service driver and grabbed at the steering wheel of his limousine in a bid to join the crowd as it marched on the Capitol on the day of the deadly insurrection, an aide testified Tuesday.
Dame Deborah James had a “special gift” which allowed her to have “difficult conversations” with the public that would ultimately save “countless lives”, a charity boss has said. The podcaster, who died on Tuesday, became a patron for Bowel Cancer UK following her diagnosis in 2016 and worked to raise money for and awareness of the charity. Its chief executive Genevieve Edwards told the PA news agency her legacy would live on through her campaigning work.
Doctor Greg Irwin, from the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, hopes abortion clinic buffer zones will stop him having to confront protesters on his lunch break.
Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day’s lead singer, said at a concert in London on Friday, June 24, that he would renounce his US citizenship.Armstrong’s words came after the US Supreme Court voted to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.“You’re going to get a lot of me in the coming days,” Armstrong told the audience.Armstrong is not the only musician to vocally oppose the Supreme Court’s decision. According to social media posts, singer Olivia Rodrigo condemned the ruling during her set at the Glastonbury Festival this weekend. Credit: a andd via Storyful
NICOLA Sturgeon has defended her back-up plan to use a general election as a de facto vote on independence – insisting that a route to dissolving the Union cannot be “completely blocked” by Westminster.
People caught piloting small boats that carry migrants across the Channel could face life in prison under new laws. The Nationality and Borders Act came into force today, introducing the tougher penalty for those who smuggle migrants into the UK - up from 14 years imprisonment. The legislation also increases the maximum penalty for illegally entering the UK or overstaying a visa, rising from six months in prison to four years.
One of the potential defectors in marginal seat while another also elected in 2019 sounded out Labour MP
The Metropolitan Police is being "monitored" over its recent performance, the independent inspectorate has confirmed. In a statement, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) said the move was to help support the Met Police to make "improvements". "We can confirm that we are now monitoring the Metropolitan Police Service through our Engage process, which provides additional scrutiny and support to help it make improvements," they added.
Here’s a look at every upcoming event announced by the MMA promotion so far
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain must bolster defence investment to tackle threats not only from Russia but from China and other countries, its defence minister said on Tuesday after the new head of the nation's army warned the country was facing its "1937 moment". Setting out a stark view of the risks facing Britain, defence minister Ben Wallace called for more funding, a plea that was amplified by army chief Patrick Sanders with his warning that President Vladimir Putin's Russia would probably prove an even greater threat after the war in Ukraine.
The British Socialite will be sentenced in the Southern District of New York on Tuesday.
"No, it feels weird – don’t call me Chris."