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Body of Kane Edwards found in River Tawe in Swansea
Sue Gray's Partygate report “lays bare the rot” Boris Johnson has spread in Downing Street, Sir Keir Starmer has suggested. Responding to the prime minister's statement and apology in the House of Commons, the Labour leader suggested the government has treated the British people with “utter contempt”. “That report lays bare the rot that under this prime minister has spread in No 10,” Mr Starmer said.
LONDON (Reuters) -Sterling was flat against the dollar and rose against the euro on Wednesday, having briefly lost ground against both currencies following publication of a report detailing COVID lockdown-breaching parties at the office of Britain's prime minister. A failure of leadership was to blame for a culture that led to the alchohol-fuelled gatherings being held, the report by senior official Sue Gray said. After its conclusions emerged, sterling fell as much as 0.4% against the dollar but by 1432 GMT was flat at $1.2530.
Ocado Retail, which is owned 50-50 by Ocado and M&S, said sales slipped further in recent weeks.
Western powers sounded the alarm Thursday over leaked plans to dramatically expand China's security and economic reach in the South Pacific, in what one regional leader called a thinly veiled effort to lock island states into "Beijing's orbit".
Former PM says he will back new Liberal leader and downplays loss, saying party ‘will regroup’
A YORK student and Derry Girls fan is hoping to have her university dissertation published after she wrote it about the hit sit-com.
French daredevil tightrope walker Nathan Paulin claim a new world record after completing a 2,200-metre-long (nearly 1.4-mile) trip to Mont Saint-Michel.
He suffered a bleed on the brain and fractures to his skull and jaw.
A fire resulted in gas explosions at the Prairies de la Mer campsite in Grimaud, France, on Tuesday, May 24, with over 2,500 campers moved to safety, according to local news reports.One person and two children were “slightly” poisoned, officials said, with the fire destroying 18 mobile homes and damaging four.According to France Bleu Grimaud, the fire spread quickly because cylinders of gas stored in the dwellings exploded, causing the fire to jump from one mobile home to the next.According to a machine translation, local media said about 2,500 campers at the site were brought to safety, first evacuated to the beach before being directed to other bungalows in a secure area of the campsite. Fourteen people were evacuated from the campsite, and 30 will have to be relocated. Five cars were also destroyed by the flames.This video taken by Aure Ly shows smoke billowing from the area. Credit: Auré Ly via Storyful
Eighth season of the romance reality show will soon return to ITV2
Donald Trump’s crusade for vengeance has suffered a devastating blow after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp won his primary Tuesday despite rejecting Trump's entreaties to overturn his 2020 election defeat in the state
The footballer wants to see more progress in the teaching of the history and experiences of black, Asian and ethnic minority communities.
Downing Street is 'a cesspit full of arrogant, entitled, narcissists', says MP Chris Bryant
Analyst says negative tweets about Heard were not related to Depp lawyer's statements
Here are the latest developments in the war in Ukraine:
NI Secretary Brandon Lewis said the UK’s ‘firm’ preference was for a negotiated solution with the EU.
The teenager had been swimming in the River Tawe in Swansea on Tuesday evening when he 'had not been seen to exit the river'.
The first cases of monkeypox has been confirmed in Wales and Northern Ireland, meaning it has now been identified in all nations of the UK, health officials have said.
DOLLOW, Somalia (Reuters) -Hacked-off thorn branches encircle two mounds of earth heaped over the tiny bodies of Halima Hassan Abdullahi's twin granddaughters. "She is malnourished and her two babies died of hunger," Abdullahi said at the Kaxareey camp which sprang up in January and now houses 13,000 people. With global focus on Ukraine, aid agencies and the United Nations are desperate to attract attention to a calamity they say is shaping up to be comparable to Somalia's 2011 famine.