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Researchers examined the impact of BMI in early to mid-adulthood on survival rates for breast and bowel cancer.
The windfall tax on oil and gas giants being prepared by the Treasury could be spent partly on bigger benefits payments for more than five million of the poorest Britons.
Sadiq Khan, mayor of London, asks police force to explain to the public how decisions were reached
A dog in the Philippines tried to stop a rooster from entering the house, but the stubborn bird would not relent.
A confidential advice service for people who are struggling to manage their energy bills will run in Glasgow this week.
INSIDERS working at the heart of government have spoken out about the partygate affair for the first time, challenging the Prime Minister's version of events.
Two City fans were charged after supporters celebrated the team’s win over Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium that secured the Premier League title.
A MAN has been injured after a crash on a Hampshire road between a car and a van.
A veteran Russian diplomat has resigned over what he called the "disaster" of his nation's invasion of Ukraine. Boris Bondarev, 41, said he had "never been so ashamed of my country" and the "aggressive war" waged by President Vladimir Putin's forces. Mr Bondarev, who worked for the country's permanent mission at the United Nations in Geneva, added: "As a civil servant, I have to carry a share of responsibility for that, and I don't want to do that."
Female TV news anchors are being told they must wear face coverings when presenting live on air in Afghanistan. The Taliban said the ruling was “non-negotiable” and is now being strictly enforced by the Government. The party overthrew the previous Afghan government in August last year and has since placed more restrictions on women, limiting their access to education and dictating how they must dress in public.
Social media analyst says 'Waldman has nothing to do with the Waldman statements'
Acting prime minister says information released by Liberal party about Sri Lankan boats being intercepted should not have been made public
There is currently no cure for migraines, although a number of treatments are available to help ease the symptoms.
LONDON (Reuters) -Momentum in Britain's private sector slowed much more than expected this month, adding to recession worries as inflation pressures ratcheted higher, according to a business survey on Tuesday that showed rising pessimism. "The collapse in the composite PMI in May is the clearest sign yet that demand is faltering in response to the intense squeeze on households' real disposable incomes," said Samuel Tombs, chief UK economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics. May's survey of British retailers by the Confederation of British Industry, also released on Tuesday, showed sales holding up at normal for the time of year, after a big slump in April.
An ice hockey match in memory of a former player who died from a rare form of cancer has raised thousands for charity.
The price of shares in Brazil's state oil giant Petrobras fell Tuesday in reaction to President Jair Bolsonaro firing its boss after only 40 days on the job.
In her 70 years on the throne, the Queen has ticked off nearly every mode of transport known to mankind – from horses to helicopters via yachts, Concorde and gold coaches.
As the head of the civil service, Simon Case is the highest ranking public official to be implicated in the partygate scandal.
Race action plan for England and Wales includes apology and history lessons on policing of black people
The top civil servant's hotly-anticipated investigation is expected to drop this week.