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People in Uxbridge, Boris Johnson's constituency, voice their opinions on the "partygate" crisis engulfing Downing Street.
Two years on from the death of her husband, Catherine Mayer speaks of the strain of sharing loss with his ex-bandmates
Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is negotiating a plea deal in his corruption case
Meteorology student Isaac Schluesche captured the images while storm chasing near the town of Earth, Texas
How many alleged parties were there during the pandemic?
Both the vaccinated and unvaccinated are welcome at the chef’s pub
Supermarkets are reporting a boom in sales of fine foods, including oysters, champagne and caviar, as people spurn dining out on special occasions and instead celebrate in style at home.
'Brothers and sisters, this is the real world we live in'
There are not many prime ministerial careers that do not, eventually, end in failure. Fewer still recover from the kind of self-inflicted wounds Boris Johnson has given himself.
The No 10 “partygate scandal” has worsened the public’s mental health, Sir Keir Starmer said as he laid out plans to reform the NHS under a Labour government.
'Kill the bill' protests take place across the UK
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The Electoral Reform Society has said the Elections Bill, which will be in its report stage in the House of Commons on Monday, is politically ‘risky’ and a threat to the UK’s quality of electoral integrity. Dr Jess Garland, from the organisation, says plans to introduce voter identification risk making it more difficult to vote for marginalised communities who cannot afford a passport or driver's licence, and the additional efforts to apply for a free voter registration card will act as a deterrent to many, effectively making the democratic process in the UK more complicated and less accessible.
Comments from South Dakota lawmaker are latest example of GOP leadership and allies backing away from Trump
British man made stateless by Home Office has citizenship reinstated. The plight of the father of three, stranded in Bangladesh since 2017, foreshadows the dangers of the nationality bill now before parliament
Portugal's ruling Socialists extended their lead in a new poll on Sunday, two weeks before a snap election, widening the gap between them and the main opposition party, the Social Democrats. The survey, carried out by pollsters Aximage for newspapers Jornal de Noticias, Diario de Noticias and radio station TSF, gave the current premier Antonio Costa's PS party a 38.1% share of the vote, up from 35.4% last month. It still leaves PS short of a majority, which under the proportional representation system, equates to between 42% and 45% of the vote.
It's the 2016 Olympics, apparently
The presenter compared Ruth to Nurse Ratchett from One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
The UK Government is facing criticism over plans to allow MPs to retain their seats while being elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly.
The card is headlined by Calvin Kattar’s featherweight bout with Giga Chikadze as the latter looks to cement himself firmly into the world title picture. Elsewhere on the card, there will be a heavyweight bout between Jake Collier and Chase Sherman as two of the more experienced fighters in that division meet in what should be a real slobber knocker of a bout. Katlyn Chookagian’s flyweight bout with Jennifer Maia, meanwhile, it the leading women’s clash this evening.