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The lane in Harrow, London, is only marginally longer than a double decker bus.
The Duke of York has been stripped of his remaining patronages and honorary military roles.
‘In the name of God, go’: Tory fury spills over as Boris Johnson clings on. Former minister demands PM’s resignation in Commons, one Conservative MP defects and others clamour for concessions
The man was among several others travelling in a vehicle which fell into a river on a farm in Lancashire.
Don’t let No 10 chaos distract us from damage to public services. The danger is that we won’t notice how institutions such as the NHS and BBC are being meddled with, writes Yvonne Williams
She's the second member of the Dancing On Ice cast who'll be absent from the studio on Sunday night.
‘I feel I’ve made a mark’: the man who built homes for 60,000 swifts. Retired salesman John Stimpson was so moved by the cries of birds unable to find nests, he decided to act. Now he has made enough boxes to house half the UK’s swifts
The rapid spread of the Omicron variant, combined with the roll-out of up to 20 billion doses of vaccine, means the COVID-19 pandemic could be over this year, according to one of the world's leading public health experts. "I wouldn't lift everything at the end of January," said Sir Jeremy, "when the NHS is still under pressure, and we're still in the middle, of course, of winter." Right now, the rest of the world remains in a "pretty dire situation", according to Sir Jeremy, due to low vaccination rates and the incredibly rapid spread of the Omicron variant.
We know how to build a truly zero carbon house. So why are we not doing it, on a massive scale?
Boris Johnson’s former senior adviser Dominic Cummings appeared before reporters outside his home on Wednesday morning. He spoke only to ask the assembled media to move away from his house while his wife and son walked to school. Regarding lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street, Mr Cummings said, “If I say anything, I’ll say it later on.”.
Bury South MP Christian Wakeford's defection from the Conservative Party to Labour has left voters questioning whether there will now be a by-election in his constituency. The MP was elected in 2019 to the Greater Manchester constituency with a slim majority of 402 in a seat that had been Labour since 1997. Mr Wakeford said the "partygate" scandal confirmed his decision after "many months" of sleepless nights over the government's decisions, from free schools meals and Universal Credit to the Owen Paterson affair and lockdown parties.
The investiture is to take place at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on Wednesday.
More than 60 residents and staff were infected with Covid-19 at the Bupa Clemton Park facility
Thursday briefing: Johnson vows to battle on after bruising day. PM suffers defection and demands to quit … Biden marks first year in office … and lessons from the man who has read every Marvel comic
Prince William is asked 'Do you support Prince Andrew?' by reporter
Robbie Williams is to sell three of Banksy's most iconic paintings - with the auction set to earn the singer millions of pounds. Girl With Balloon, Kissing Coppers and Vandalised Oils (Choppers) will go under the hammer at Sotheby's in London on 2 March. "I remember seeing Girl With Balloon, Vandalised Oils (Choppers) and Kissing Coppers for the first time," he said.
LONDON (Reuters) -A senior Conservative lawmaker accused the British government on Thursday of intimidating and attempting to "blackmail" those lawmakers they suspect of wanting to force Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of power. Some younger Conservative lawmakers have spearheaded attempts to unseat their leader and opposition leaders have demanded he resign. Johnson, who won a large majority in 2019, has vowed to fight on, saying he would lead the Conservative Party into the next election.
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At least one child was killed in northern Syria this week when a storm blanketed tented camps in snow and brought freezing temperatures, compounding the misery of thousands of people displaced by the Mediterranean country's decade-long war. The child died and its mother was in intensive care after snow caused their tent to collapse in the Qastal Miqdad area, as a result of the storm that struck on Jan. 18, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. "I was scared the tent would fall down on the kids," Abu Anas said in Zaitoun camp in northern Syria, after his family fled from eastern Gouta, an area on the outskirts of Damascus that was devastated by the conflict.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić said on Tuesday that the Serbian government would not make any decisions without consulting the local communities first.View on euronews