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The Home Secretary said work was taking place ‘right now’ on plans to deport people to Rwanda.
10,000 “disguised approaches” have been made by agents seeking to build relationships with their targets, the head of MI5 has warned.
Grubhub customers reported down servers and closed restaurants during free lunch promo on Tuesday
Sweden and Finland’s decision to join Nato is seen as a turning point for European security
Priti Patel is expected to call for ‘higher standards’ in the police, arguing that the public are in ‘urgent need of reassurance’
The princess wore the family heirloom on her wedding day in 1981.
Britain's biggest-ever lottery winners are to go public tomorrow. The winners of more than £184m in last week's EuroMillions have so far kept quiet. Tuesday's jackpot scoop made them the UK's largest-ever National Lottery winners.
RESIDENTS are preparing for a royal knees-up with more than 310 street parties planned across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole next month.
Hundreds of lanterns were released into the sky by Indonesian Buddhists celebrating Vesak day at the temple of Borobudur for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit the country. More than a thousand Buddhists from across the archipelago gathered at the largest Buddhist temple in the world, situated in Magelang, Central Java, to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha Siddharta Gautama. ++COMPLETES VIDI32A93F7_EN++
A small piece of history around this dish…Tournedos Rossini is one of the most famous steak dishes, and was created and named in honour of the Italian composer Gioachino Antonio Rossini by the 19th-century chef Casimir Moissons, one of his close friends. Rossini was a friend, critic and supporter of many of the greatest chefs of his time, and was recognised as a truly knowledgeable gourmet and an equally accomplished cook. Steak, foie gras, truffles and gravy on toast. It was always going to w
The author of bestselling crime novel The Thursday Murder Club took part in 'Who Do You Think You Are?' where he learned his novel mirrored his ancestor's real life.
A RESTAURANT at the centre of a cockroach infestation is still closed, the council has confirmed.
Dorset Police have issued a CCTV appeal following two thefts from a Bournemouth supermarket.
Micheal Martin said an inclusive process was required to establish mechanisms to deal with the legacy of the conflict.
The Good Wife star says she has wanted to write the new show for a long time
President helping determine movement of Russian soldiers, say sources, as head of UK armed forces says Ukraine is winning
Archie Norman has accused the EU of making ‘highly bureaucratic’ proposals over the Northern Ireland protocol.
The deal also resolves a long-standing pay disparity between ground services crew employed by Menzies Aviation at Glasgow and Edinburgh airports.
A tiny Yorkshire village has raised hundreds for a disability care organisation.
North Korea on Wednesday reported 232,880 new cases of fever and another six deaths as leader Kim Jong Un accused officials of “immaturity” and “slackness” in handling the escalating COVID-19 outbreak