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A woman deceived into a relationship with an undercover police officer has been awarded almost £230,000 after a tribunal ruled her human rights had been breached. Environmental activist Kate Wilson, 41, started a relationship with Mark Stone in 2003 and had a "whirlwind romance" for nearly two years before breaking up. Kennedy had sexual relationships with up to 10 other women during the operation.
The prime minister said he is not delaying the report from being released during a trip to Wales.
Plans to build the new Sizewell C nuclear power station have received a £100 million cash injection from the government. Ministers hope the Suffolk plant would increase the UK's long-term energy resilience, and that nuclear power will boost Britain's energy security in the face of volatile gas prices. "We need to ensure Britain's future energy supply is bolstered by reliable, affordable, low carbon power that is generated in this country," said Business and Energy Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng.
The TV star and model has spoken about her regrets over the incident.
Some stores will suggest customers continue to don a mask, with one large chain saying “safety remains our highest priority”.
Kurdish forces retake prison from Islamic State after six-day siege. The attack on the Kurdish-run prison in Syria was the jihadists’ most high-profile stand since 2019
Number of rapes recorded by police hit record high in same period, as government accused of failing to tackle violence against women
Hijab-wearing footballers play an impromptu game of football in Paris's Luxembourg Gardens, behind the Senate, to protest against a decision banning them from sports competitions.
The Fallen Angels charity has its headquarters in Chester, Cheshire.
Lisa Nandy says the Labour Party will not rest until the Sue Gray report into Downing Street parties has been published in full. Ms Nandy said the British public deserve answers and "we will take every step that we can to make sure that information is in the public domain".
A new Thai restaurant has opened in Oxford’s George Street this month.
Another journalist has been attacked in Mexico, where three have been killed so far this month
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has said the UK is not ruling out support for personal sanctions against Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
This is the shocking moment an entire road collapsed - sending five cars plummeting into a ditch after heavy rains in Malaysia.
WILL Birch was on top of the world after his hat-trick secured back-to-back wins for Oxford City Stars.
The Competition and Markets Authority indicated that it seeks to "maintain the businesses in their current shape" as it starts its probe into the merger, Stagecoach said, adding that the order would delay a planned sale of parts of its inter-city coach businesses to ComfortDelGro. StageCoach said that the companies believe the disposal to ComfortDelGro should allay any competition concerns that might arise from their overlapping coach operations. National Express announced in December it would buy StageCoach in an all-share deal valuing the Perth-based firm at about 445 million pounds ($600.79 million).
Famous Afghan musician Homayoun Sakhi is joined by great performers Adib Rostami and Shahbaz Hussain at London's Barbican concert hall for rehearsals ahead of the premiere of a concert, "Songs of hope". The benefit concert is organised by Afghanistan International TV and aims to support musicians in Afghanistan where music has been banned in public places.
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
A restaurant in Saudi Arabia is offering patrons in the conservative kingdom a unique experience -- dishes with a side of skull and blood in the company of zombies and vampires.View on euronews
YORK'S weekly recorded Covid-19 rate has increased slightly - and more cases continue to be recorded in the area.