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Don’t let No 10 chaos distract us from damage to public services. The danger is that we won’t notice how institutions such as the NHS and BBC are being meddled with, writes Yvonne Williams
A woman has been sentenced to death by a court in Pakistan after allegedly sending blasphemous messages on WhatsApp and Facebook. Aneeqa Atteeq, 26, was convicted and sentenced in Rawalpindi on Wednesday following a complaint against her under Pakistan's cybercrime and blasphemy laws.
The six new episodes will see the return of popular characters as well as new additions to the cast.
Inquiry chair Sir Jonathan Michael said the task facing his team is “challenging but vitally important”.
Violence against women: Changing the discourse
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The Prime Minister had already been rocked by defection of backbench MP Christian Wakeford to the Labour Party minutes before the session.
Peter Swailes Jr pleads guilty ahead of scheduled modern slavery trial
Outpouring of grief in the Hancock Park community over killing of UCLA student
Ash plume from the explosion may have reached a height of 20 kilometres, say experts
Aldi has narrowly beaten its discount rival Lidl to be named the cheapest supermarket of the year, according to an annual survey by Which?
Annual inflation was up at 5.4% in December, the highest value for almost 30 years.
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Prince William is asked 'Do you support Prince Andrew?' by reporter
Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey has warned over mounting signs that inflation pressures may last longer than first thought.
The Omicron wave may have peaked in some countries, global health leaders have said. But the World Health Organisation (WHO) said that “no country is out of the woods yet” and it is not time to “give up and wave the white flag”. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the WHO, also said that the pandemic is “nowhere near over” and warned that new variants are likely to emerge.
LONDON (Reuters) -A senior Conservative lawmaker accused the British government on Thursday of intimidating and attempting to "blackmail" those lawmakers they suspect of wanting to force Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of power. Some younger Conservative lawmakers have spearheaded attempts to unseat their leader, but it was an attack by one of the party's longest-serving representatives that prompted gasps when he told the prime minister in parliament "In the name of God, go." Johnson, 57, has vowed to fight on, saying he would lead the Conservative Party into the next election and warning a lawmaker who defected to the main opposition Labour Party on Wednesday that he would win back his seat.
A professor accused of treating a pair of PhD students like slaves by asking them to do her gardening, redecorate her home and go underwear shopping has won a £15,000 payout after a tribunal ruled she was wrongly sacked.
At least one child was killed in northern Syria this week when a storm blanketed tented camps in snow and brought freezing temperatures, compounding the misery of thousands of people displaced by the Mediterranean country's decade-long war. The child died and its mother was in intensive care after snow caused their tent to collapse in the Qastal Miqdad area, as a result of the storm that struck on Jan. 18, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. "I was scared the tent would fall down on the kids," Abu Anas said in Zaitoun camp in northern Syria, after his family fled from eastern Gouta, an area on the outskirts of Damascus that was devastated by the conflict.
The eruption of a Tonga volcano sent "violent" waves across the Pacific and caused a boat loading oil about 6,600 miles away to topple, spilling thousands of barrels into Peruvian waters. Dozens of fishermen have protested outside Peru's main oil refinery, La Pampilla, which processes around 117,000 barrels a day and is managed by Spanish company Repsol. An Italian-flagged ship was loading the oil into La Pampilla when strong waves moved the boat and caused it to spill its cargo into the ocean.