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Donna Levermore spent June 19 2020 at home with her daughter, who was recovering from thyroid cancer.
Activists claim they could paralyse trains moving Russian forces for potential attack on Ukraine
The Commons speaker berated rowdy MPs for stopping the public from hearing what was said.
Findings support need for a fourth jab among these vulnerable people, say scientists
Italian coastguard rescue migrants attempting the perilous Mediterranean crossing from Libya in a boat carrying 280 people in cold weather. "Three people died during the crossing, another four suffering severe hypothermia died after they were intercepted by the coast guard and were being transferred to the island," according to Lampedusa mayor Toto Martello.
One of America’s most famous and popular novels will be withdrawn on the grounds that children should not have to ‘endure embarrassing and offensive language’
A former South Carolina police officer who apologized after attacking a Black man without provocation at a traffic stop last year is seeking for a jury to acquit him of a misdemeanor charge stemming from the incident
Speaking exclusively to Channel 4 News, US NATO Ambassador Julianne Smith has warned President Putin there will be dire consequences if he moves Russian troops into Ukraine.
Wyn Calvin, who has died aged 96, was invariably billed as “The Welsh Prince of Laughter” but he was also acclaimed “the Laurence Olivier of pantomime dames”.
Village committee rules against holding outsized event this year
For disabled people, the hasty lifting of all plan B restrictions is devastating . A caring society would have made this group a priority. However, a cavalier prime minister thought differently
Other lives: Pioneering rock climber who developed new routes and techniques in the Peak District and Snowdonia
Over the years I’ve covered thousands of miles and worn out many pairs of walking boots, putting one foot in front of the other to write walking features for this paper.
Boris Johnson and at least some ten other people at a birthday party for him in No10 during lockdown would have been hit with £100 fines if police had busted the event, a leading expert claimed on Tuesday. Human rights barrister Adam Wagner, of Doughty Street Chambers, suggested the June 2020 event was a “birthday party” and would have been regarded as a breach of the rules.
800,000 seats are reduced in the sale, starting from £19.99 – including over the February half term!
Snake catcher Stuart McKenzie found a very Australian way to mark Australia Day, by removing a python from a curtain rail in a home in Buderim, Queensland.“What’s more Australian than having a snake in your house,” McKenzie said, after wishing his customer a happy holiday.The python was found hanging about in the lounge room after it had shed skin in the garage. McKenzie managed to remove it and set it free in a more suitable location. Credit: Stuart McKenzie via Storyful
More than 1,300 reports of needle spiking have been made to police forces in less than six months.
Nellie Smith, 13, went missing from Horsham, west Sussex after visiting her grandmother on Thursday January 20 at 7pm. Scotland Yard believe she is somewhere in north London, most likely Barnet, Harrow or Brent. Sussex Police said in an appeal she may have travelled to the capital by herself to meet her mother.
Hoping for a refund on a test already ordered? Most providers will keep some or all of your cash
Northern Ireland minister Conor Burns said Boris Johnson was 'ambushed by cake'.