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"I had about five pounds on me in loose change. I did not think I would need my debit card on a nature walk. I went home in disgust."
Police allegedly threatened to confiscate his passport for three days
Bristol Balloon Fiesta: Dozens of hot air balloons fill sky as they take flight.Source: James Acres, Twitter
A bolt of lightning was seen flashing in Le Grau-du-Roi, in France’s Gard department, as heavy storms struck the region on August 14.Quentin Rey recorded the moment when a bolt of lightning and the rumble of thunder made some passersby duck for cover. He also recorded a timelapse of a storm rolling towards the village of Beaulieu, to the north of Montpellier.Meteo-France issued an orange warning for the Gard region due to the risk of thunderstorms. France 3 reported that Montpellier suffered from flash flooding, heavy rain and lightning strikes. Credit: Quentin Rey via Storyful
The Carry on and EastEnders star campaigned to raise awareness after being diagnosed with the disease.
Archie, 12, died on August 6 in the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, east London, after weeks of legal wrangling.
Most train services will be axed on two days this week amid further rail strikes.
A Lancashire man fell victim to an online scam after finding a holiday home in Bulgaria on Ebay.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer calls for a windfall tax on energy company profits while insisting his party has a fully costed plan for tackling soaring energy bills.
From TV commentators calling Camilla and Diana ‘friends’ to Robert Kilroy-Silk’s take on the royal, this programme’s archive footage shows society’s sordid relationship with her
BLACKBURN with Darwen Council has secured its supply of salt for gritting winter road for the next four years.
If Brittney Griner weren’t a Black woman, her story would have looked very different
The 17‑year‑old British gymnast Jessica Gadirova overcame moments of self-doubt to retain her European floor title
More than 500 Galpin’s Road residents have been living in hotels paid for by Merton Council for a week.
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New vaccine is a ‘sharpened tool in our armoury’ to fight against Covid, says Dr June Raine, chief for the UK medicines regulator
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The Met Office has warned of torrential downpours and possible flooding over the next few days
SIR – As the country struggles with multiple serious problems, the Government is in a state of torpor.
Scotland is to become the first country in the world to introduce a law to protect the right to free period products. On Monday, when the Period Products Act comes into force, councils and education providers in Scotland will be legally required to ensure free sanitary products are available to anyone who needs them. The legislation, which was originally proposed by Labour MSP Monica Lennon, was unanimously approved by the Scottish Parliament back in 2020.