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Russia has built an army base in Mariupol in a sign that it’s consolidating power in the port city after capturing it earlier this year, according to satellite photos.
‘It was peaceful and perfect,’ recalls Lee’s wife of his death
THE LibDems have told the SNP and Scottish Greens they “won’t play their game”, as the pro-independence parties seek to make the next election a de facto referendum on independence.
Remind us never to be around Amar Chadha-Patel when he's got a sword! Melissa Nathoo found out his skills need a bit of work, as he almost took Erin Kellyman's eye out filming Willow.
Lawyers for group including Prince Harry, Doreen Lawrence and Elton John filed claims two months ago
Here are some helpful hints and tips to help you crack December 4's puzzle.
Apprentice Emily Tidmarsh from Worcester-based social housing and care provider Sanctuary is celebrating after picking up a second top apprenticeship award.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a pedestrian in his 70s died following a crash in Watford.
Gloucester picked up a bonus point as they racked up four tries in a 34-19 win over Northampton at Kingsholm
Swedish-Swiss industrial company ABB agreed to pay $315 million to settle US criminal charges that it bribed state-owned Eskom of South Africa over government contracts, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced Friday.
Exclusive: economic inactivity due to sickness at highest level since records began, with north, Wales and Northern Ireland disproportionately affected
A POPULAR Christmas market is set to return over two days at the beginning of December in Symondsbury.
SHAME on you, television, for that whole Matt Hancock, I’m a Celebrity carry-on. You let us down, you let yourself down, and you made a shedload of money. Normally I would say nothing could erase the stain of your disgrace, but here comes Simon Schama’s History of Now (BBC2, Sunday).
Tyson Fury laid down the challenge to Oleksandr Usyk as the two heavyweight champions went head-to-head in an intense face-off. Unified WBA ‘Super’, IBF, WBO and IBO title-holder Usyk was at ringside at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night to watch Fury retain his WBC belt in emphatic fashion in front of 60,000 fans with an utterly dominant 10th-round stoppage of Derek Chisora, also supporting fellow Ukrainian Denys Berinchyk, who won the European lightweight gold after beating Yvan Mendy. Fury called out Usyk after his fourth successive stoppage win and rained down the expletive-ridden insults, provoking his rival to jump up onto the ring apron for a fierce staredown.
The owner of a sex shop in Bournemouth has responded to a complaint from a resident over plans to renew his licence.
Officials in the southern Ukrainian region of Kherson announced on Saturday they would help citizens evacuate from parts of Russian-occupied territory on the east bank of the Dnipro River amid fears of intensified fighting. Yaroslav Yanushevych, the regional governor, said officials were temporarily lifting a ban on crossings to allow Ukrainians living in villages across the river to traverse the Dnipro during daylight hours and to a designated point. "Evacuation is necessary due to the possible intensification of hostilities in this area," he wrote on the Telegram messaging app.
The negotiations between the former chancellor and Kyriakos Mitsotakis have reportedly been taking place since November 2021.
Britain's government is looking at bringing in the military to help keep public services running if key workers, including in the state-run National Health Service, take strike action, the chairman of the governing Conservative Party said on Sunday. Britain is already grappling with industrial action in a range of sectors, but now faces strikes by thousands of nurses in England and ambulance workers in England and Wales who plan to walk out later this month over pay and conditions. The government has repeatedly called on workers to halt strike action, saying it could not afford pay rises to cover inflation and that, even if it could meet their demands, such increases would further fuel inflation.
Firefighters responded to a fire burning near buildings in Copacabana, a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Friday, December 2, according to local news reports.Globo reported that a resident said the fire started when fireworks were lit after Cameroon scored to beat Brazil in the FIFA World Cup on Friday night.Footage posted to Twitter by user @ninadoleblon shows the fire burning near buildings. Credit: @ninadoleblon via Storyful
Shadow Education Secretary Bridget Phillipson says her party is committed to reforming the House of Lords, despite having a lot to fix if elected into government. .