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As a new initiative uses colourful floral displays to brighten people's rail journeys, here are a few more ideas to quickly boost your mood.
A pact between Labour and the Liberal Democrats at the next general election would make Sir Keir Starmer prime minister without the need for SNP support, an analysis has found.
The victim died from stab wounds in a Barnet flat in the early hours of Wednesday.
A warning about Britain’s ‘apocalyptic’ food prices dominates the national papers.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson departs 10 Downing Street early on Monday morning for Belfast, where he will hold emergency talks with Northern Ireland’s political parties. The DUP is currently refusing to join Sinn Fein in a new Executive or to allow the election of a speaker to the Assembly unless there is fundamental change to the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey has warned food inflation driven by the war in Ukraine is a 'major worry'.
A group of cartoonists from around the world assembled for the Cartooning for Peace initiative in Nairobi, Kenya, this month to raise awareness of the power of press cartoons in promoting democracy on the African continent. "We are in Kenya because we have a program with cartoons for peace we want to present, how we can bring peace with cartoons,” said French cartoonist Erick Traunt, speaking at a roundtable at the RFI Kiswahili offices in Nairobi.“Cartoons are a very powerful tool; and humor is
Early results from the weekend parliament elections in Lebanon show the country's militant Hezbollah group and its allies have apparently suffered losses
Somalia handed Hassan Sheikh Mohamud the presidency for a second time following Sunday's long-overdue election in the troubled Horn of Africa nation, which is confronting an Islamist insurgency and the threat of famine.
Military alliance created in aftermath of Second World War in hope of bringing an end to bloody conflict between nations
Tattoo parlours are busy with customers as many Ukrainians are embracing tattoos amid the ongoing war with Russia.
When Luis Sarmiento and his grandson went out early to buy bread one morning in March, they came across a shocking scene: A macabre message left by Ecuador's drug traffickers in the form of two headless bodies.
Nato ministers meet to consider membership of Finland and Sweden
Spate of self-disconnections reflects rising costs, punitive debt collection and disproportionately high charges, says charity
THREE people have been arrested after a driver crashed into a cyclist and an electricity pole before fleeing the scene.
The protest in Suffolk came days after ministers delayed a decision on plans for the new plant.
After 70 years on the throne, it’s time to celebrate Her Maj - and what better way than with a commemorative item or two?
Ukraine can win the war against Russia, NATO's secretary general has said, insisting that Russia's invasion is "not going as Moscow had planned". Jens Stoltenberg was speaking on Sunday to a meeting of NATO member countries, although he addressed them via video as he was recovering from COVID-19.
10,000 “disguised approaches” have been made by agents seeking to build relationships with their targets, the head of MI5 has warned.
The Fox News host has been pushing the theory for at least a year