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The streets may still be quieter than normal, but the green shoots of London’s recovery are very much in view. There is more positive news in the shape of London’s tech revival. The pandemic is not over, and there are signs that the steep fall in Omicron cases in London may have slowed.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledged the US doesn't "know if the Russians are playing games on diplomacy", but says the Biden administration hopes not. "They have conveyed they're reviewing what was sent to them," she said, adding that US secretary of state Antony Blinken is expecting to speak soon to his Russian counterpart.
CHERRIES’ interest in Derby star Tom Lawrence has morphed into formal talks with the club’s administrators, according to reports.
The change from ITV puts the shows in direct competition with the BBC drama.
A Philadelphia man who served 37 years in prison was cleared Thursday in a 1980 murder case tainted by perjured testimony and promptly sued the city over his conviction
THOUSANDS of graduates are set to receive their degrees in York.
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EMERGENCY services were called in after a car was driven in to a house.
ONE of the leading train operators serving the region has maintained its ‘top employer in the UK’ status for the third year running.
As Portugal is predicted to be one of the most popular travel destinations of 2022, Christopher Beanland has a comprehensive guide
Teachers at schools run by the Girls’ Day School Trust could strike over pensions.
Project Kraken has been in operation since 2008 and is due to relaunch again in the coming months.
Foreign secretary says private government jets are available “precisely so that ministers can travel”
The motorist, who is only known as ‘Abraham’, has said it was ‘never my intention to harm’ Leon McCaskre during the incident on Monday.
Students, teachers and MPs explain why they believe the second reading of the Climate Education Bill is essential to the future of improving the teaching of environmental awareness in schools.
Shadow Employment Minister Alison McGovern says Boris Johnson's inability to answer questions around Downing Street parties during lockdown has turned Parliament into a "pantomime" and it is "driving everybody up the wall". She believes this could be solved if the prime minister answered "basic questions" and demonstrated he has a "basic regard" for the truth.
The Playstation exclusive is Guerilla Games’ follow-up to the hugely popular ‘Zero Dawn’
Chay Bowskill bundled Angel Lynn into a van before she fell into the road, leaving her with life-changing injuries.
Two-thirds of people who have recently been infected with the Omicron variant say they have had Covid-19 before. The latest findings from Imperial College’s React-1 study found 64.6 per cent of respondents said that they had had coronavirus in the past. Meanwhile, the study authors have warned that coronavirus cases circulating among schoolchildren since returning to classrooms after the Christmas break could drive up hospitalisations in adults.
The portable console will let you take your entire PC games collection with you everywhere you go