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Matt Schlapp claims he does not know if he’s an ‘expert’ in the racist theory but says he has read ‘a couple of articles’ about it
Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy's barristers are giving their closing speeches in the final showdown.
A cortege followed as a horse-drawn hearse arrived at the church for the funeral of Katie Kenyon.
FIGURES released this week have shown a dramatic drop in Burnley’s unemployment figures, with the number looking for work down by over a third.
11-time Grammy award winner, Taylor Swift, delivered a witty commencement speech to New York University graduates and received an honorary degree at the Yankee Stadium on Wednesday. The 32-year-old singer-songwriter urged students to embrace life's embarrassments and said making mistakes was just a fact of life.
YORK’S MPs are backing our Your Money Matters campaign - to help you overcome the surge in the cost of living.
Six people have been admitted to hospital after a 174 bus crashed into a wall in east London on Wednesday afternoon. The Metropolitan Police said they were called at 1.55pm to reports that a bus had hit a wall on Main Road in Romford. Officers and London Ambulance Service (LAS) attended and 15 people were treated at the scene.
Experts say it defies logic but Johnson attended gatherings deemed to have breached the rules without himself being fined
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries incorrectly claims that 96% of respondents to her Channel 4 privatisation consultation supported it when asked by John Nicolson of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. Nicolson corrects her afterwards, saying "the answer, of course, is 96% opposed privatisation".
The active compound in magic mushrooms seems to increase connections between different brain networks.
Pensioners are set to lose £13,000 over the course of their retirement because of inflation, new analysis has revealed, as pressure grows on Rishi Sunak to bring back the triple lock early.
The question of COVID-19 vaccine patents was not discussed at a meeting of the health ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) countries in Berlin, German Health Ministers Karl Lauterbach said on Thursday. "We haven't discussed the release of patents because the question hasn't come up yet, but that can definitely happen," Lauterbach told a joint news conference with German Development Minister Svenja Schulze. "The problem we currently have is that of middle- and lower-income countries' willingness to use the vaccine," Lauterbach said, adding that there was more vaccine available than people ready to take it.
Sheffield United's Oli McBurnie has been accused of "stamping" on a Nottingham Forest fan during the Championship play-off semi-final on Tuesday night.
Boris Johnson has not ruled out the move and Downing Street hinted that a decision would be coming ‘soon’.
Economists have warned tax cuts to help with the cost of living will benefit wealthier households the most.
A SCOTTISH company has claimed it is to introduce the first electric fire engine to Europe under a new export deal with France.
Beyond the glossy world of celebrity trials, the wheels of justice have virtually ground to a halt, says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff
Chelsea all-but secured third place in the Premier League with a 1-1 draw at home to Leicester on Thursday night. James Maddison’s fine strike put the Foxes ahead before Marcos Alonso hit back on the verge of half-time. No winner was forthcoming as a true end-of-season clash fizzled out, at least securing Chelsea their spot in the table unless Tottenham can pull off a three-point and 18-goal swing on the final day.
Fines totalling more than £3,000 have been given out to microchipping crime offenders, dog owners that failed to get their dog microchipped or keep the microchip details up to date.