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Members of the royal family are invited to spend time at Balmoral every summer.
France will not be able to stop every migrant no matter how much money Britain hands over to it, the MP responsible for the French migrant hotspot has said. Pierre-Henri Dumont, the Republican Party MP for Calais, said the extra £54 million given to France this week by Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, would only damage Anglo-French relations because UK taxpayers would see it "wasted" on fruitless attempts to stem the surge in Channel migrants. "We will not find a solution and we are going to a d
Scientists cautious over whether fall in UK Covid cases is a trend. New reported cases are down despite rise in ONS figures, but effects of 19 July easing and school holidays yet to be seen
Tokyo 2020: Sonic the Hedgehog theme used at Opening Ceremony
Body camera footage shows police officer, who has been charged with assault, firing without warning
SIR – I fully support the Government’s policy on Covid passports, which are essential to Covid security. The system must be rolled out to every premises that we routinely use, and people’s documents must be checked at every opportunity. Only those who are vaccinated must be given the right to use shops, public transport or places of entertainment. The behaviour of the unvaccinated is contrary to the interests of society and they must in effect have their citizenship withdrawn. None must hold a p
The BBC said: 'We will be taking this up with Emily.'
Exemptions will be made on ‘case-by-case basis’ following UK government’s exemption plan
Do you remember what's been going on the world of showbiz this week - or has your brain just melted in the heat?
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde tamed the biggest rebellion of her tenure this week through compromise, persuasion, attrition - and a bit of German help, six sources with direct knowledge of the discussion said. When the dust settled, only two out of 25 policymakers, the German and Belgian central bank governors, objected to the bank's new guidance on interest rates, which essentially promises unchanged or lower rates into the second half of the decade. But that outcome masks deep divisions, the sources said.
A U.S. Air Force officer has thanked a British photographer whose quick action ensured he landed safely after an engine in the aircraft he was piloting malfunctioned last week
A huge fire that broke out at a home belonging to Beyoncé and Jay Z is being investigated as arson, police have said.
Ministers accused of trying to "hide" bad news.
Emily Symons reveals what's to come.
Jack Whitehall has been forced out of his new £17.5million Notting Hill home by flash floods. Water is said to have cascaded through the kitchen of his five-bedroom converted pub home, which he shares with girlfriend Roxy Hormer, 29. Whitehall, 33, bought the property last month.
A CIA officer who helped lead the search for Osama Bin Laden will head an investigation into "Havana syndrome" as America steps up efforts to confront the mysterious ailment. More than 200 US officials and their families have been affected by unexplained illness and the CIA's director William Burns has made identifying its source one of his top priorities. To underscore his concerns, Mr Burns has announced a taskforce investigating the syndrome will be led by a veteran of the near decade-long ca
The 26-year-old wing will line-up for the British and Irish Lions in the first Test on Saturday.
There was a "real prospect" that the Omagh bombing could have been prevented, a judge has ruled. Delivering his judgment at Belfast High Court, Mr Justice Horner urged both the British and Irish governments to investigate the atrocity in August 1998. It is necessary to examine whether a more "proactive" security approach against dissident republican terrorists in the lead-up to the attack might have thwarted it, he said.
“If you’re having email problems, I feel bad for you, son. I got 99 problems but a vax ain’t one,” Stephen Harmon wrote on 3 June
Esther Dingley was last seen near the Spanish and French border on November 22.