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AN investment has been pledged for a Blackburn estate - after work was promised for a fire-hit parade.
Sajid Javid shows his support for Liz Truss' plan for an emergency budget but says "it's not possible for any government in the world .. to help everyone with every extra cost".
Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and backers of universal school vouchers are taking a victory lap over legislation the Republican-controlled Legislature enacted in June giving the state the nation’s most expansive voucher system
UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet said Wednesday that it remained unsafe for Rohingya refugees to return to their homes in Myanmar, nearly five years after a crackdown there sparked an exodus to neighbouring Bangladesh.
An article in The Economist about the prevalence of obesity among Arab women has triggered torrid criticism on social media, as well as a defamation lawsuit from an Iraqi actress whose photo was used to illustrate how Arab women are more prone to putting on weight
Campaign group 38 Degrees said the numbers wanting to sign shows how desperate people are for help in the wake of soaring inflation.
In 1860s Britain, the name Thomas Henry Kavanagh would have stirred a frisson of admiration and national pride among those who heard it. Today, he is barely remembered.
Campaign group creates interactive map to advise locals and tourists where not to bathe
‘Calls to defund the FBI are just as wrong as calls to defund the police’
Gregory Vooght was accused by the Metropolitan Police of flouting the pandemic restrictions, but told a court he was sitting at his desk working when officers arrived.
Train services across Scotland will be severely disrupted on Thursday and Saturday with only a handful of services running as rail staff take further strike action.ScotRail has warned passengers a very limited number of services will run on Thursday as a result of industrial action by the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) which has been locked in an ongoing battle over pay, jobs and conditions with Network Rail.Services will operate between 7.30am and 6.30pm and ScotRail has urged passengers to check services ahead of travel and only travel if it is necessary.The operator has also warned passengers to expect disruption on Friday August 20 and Sunday August 21 following the strikes as services are restarted.RMT picket lines will be in place at Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverley from 7am on Thursday, with a “picket at the fringe” at 10am on Waverley bridge.
Clothes not required at this charity fundraising skinny dip on the Isle of Wight. How to take part...
Metropolitan Police Chief Superintendent Sean Wilson updates the media at the scene near Cayton Road in Greenford, west London, where Thomas O'Halloran, 87, who had been riding a mobility scooter, was stabbed to death.
One in four hosts plan to end arrangement due to cost of living pressures – as Treasury urged to boost payments
Rishi Sunak has vowed to prevent agricultural land from being covered with solar panels as he aims to persuade farmers to support his bid for the Conservative leadership.
Megan Jowitt spent two years completing a make-up course after leaving school but struggled to get her career off the ground.
A man appeared in court Wednesday after allegedly entering Windsor Castle grounds armed with a crossbow, declaring he planned to kill Queen Elizabeth II.
Use of cash is expected to drop to just 6% of payments by 2031, UK Finance said.
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