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Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker have six challengers between them in Tuesday’s primaries, but the two are already looking ahead to the general election
Texas official cites Will Smith Oscars slap in wake of school shooting
The survey, Understanding Scotland, interviewed more than 2,000 adults about their finances
The Prime Minister has insisted that it was his “duty” to attend certain Downing Street parties as senior Tories questioned whether he will win the next election.
The footballer wants to see more progress in the teaching of the history and experiences of black, Asian and ethnic minority communities.
The actress said she understood how being famous often affected her privacy but false stories about her relationships were ‘damaging’ to all involved.
Analyst says negative tweets about Heard were not related to Depp lawyer's statements
Emma Raducanu has crashed out of the French Open in three sets to Aliaksandra Sasnovich but
Ucas report finds international students are more likely to go to higher-tariff universities in the UK.
Negotiations for a peace deal cannot resume until Russia pulls out troops, president says
The United States will end an exemption allowing Moscow to pay foreign debt held by American investors with funds held in Russia, the US Treasury said Tuesday, a move that could push Vladimir Putin's country closer to default.
Chinese premier Li Keqiang has sent a congratulatory note to newly elected Australian leader Anthony Albanese, easing a years-long freeze in high-level contacts between the two countries.
The superstar footballer revealed in a candid interview his struggles in the game - opening up about his battle with mental health. .
Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer asks what "attracted" Boris Johnson to a "U-turn" on a windfall tax on the week the Sue Gray report is published. The Prime Minister responds by accusing Labour of being a tax raising party, saying "they absolutely love to confiscate other people's assets".
Boris Johnson urges country to 'move on' from Partygate and insists he has 'learned lesson'
The MP's Standards Committee are also calling for lobbying rules to be tightened so MPs can't take part in proceedings that would benefit someone they are receiving money from. The Chair of the committee Chris Bryant has called the new measures "robust" and says they will "uphold and strengthen" standards in parliament. The report comes after the case of former MP Owen Paterson, which triggered a row over MPs second jobs.
Race action plan for England and Wales includes apology and history lessons on policing of black people
Labour said photographs of the PM at a No 10 function show he misled Parliament.