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Ukraine has won this year's Eurovision contest, with the UK finishing second.
It's been six months since President Joe Biden signed his $1 trillion infrastructure package into law
Michael Gove vows to end Russian property ‘racket’ Mariupol will host Eurovision in 2023, pledges Zelensky ‘Our husbands were betrayed by Ukrainian traitors’ How Putin's war exposed the folly of Macron's EU army Listen to the latest episode of our daily Ukraine podcast
On Saturday, over 1300 people took part in the Race for Life at Lydiard Park in Swindon.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will travel to the United Arab Emirates on Sunday to pay respects following the death of President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed, his office said on Saturday. Johnson, who said he was deeply saddened to learn of the death, will also use the visit "to reinforce the close bond between the United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates which will continue under the Presidency of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan," the statement said.
David White takes a look at some of the many changes to places and industries on the Isle of Wight in recent years.
Jeremy Hunt ran to be Prime Minister in the 2019 leadership election
A YORK man and his 76-year-old father have battled through a hailstorm to conquer Yorkshire's Three Peaks and help people affected by the war in Ukraine.
We ‘couldn’t find gas’ yesterday. Euronews international correspondent Anelise Borges spoke with some of the residents of Odesa dealing with its petrol shortage
Jeremy Hunt ‘ignored’ NHS staff shortages while health secretary. Exclusive: health unions say Tory leadership hopeful, now highlighting labour crisis, failed to take action in his ministerial role
Finland’s president and government have confirmed that they will seek to join Nato, despite Russia’s warning that membership would be a "mistake."
Fifty people to be sent to Rwanda in a fortnight, says Boris Johnson. PM says he will ‘dig in for the fight’ with ‘leftie lawyers’ challenging government’s plan for refugees
THE latest update of the research on the minimum price of alcohol (MPA) confirms that this token attempt to reduce harmful drinking has had very little effect ("Scottish ministers to consider new alcohol price hike after policy review", May 8). Alcohol Focus Scotland and many others want to push up the MPA from 50p to 65p. This approach is failing because there is no way of stopping the alcohol industry from creating as many new drinks as it likes to satisfy every palate and budget. Supermarkets
Somalia handed Hassan Sheikh Mohamud the presidency for a second time following Sunday's long-overdue election in the troubled Horn of Africa nation, which is confronting an Islamist insurgency and the threat of famine.
POLICE are looking for a man they believe could have information about an assault that happened in Oxford two months ago.
Sweden on Sunday night joined Finland in announcing its intention to join Nato, demonstrating to Russia that “aggression does not pay”, the chief of the alliance has said.
Children’s physical activity levels remained below national guidelines even after Covid restrictions were lifted in Britain, a new study shows, suggesting lockdowns have had long-term impacts on exercise.
A small plane has crashed on a bridge near Miami, striking an SUV and bursting into flames
A MAN from Bournemouth has received a court bill of almost £400 for travelling on a train in London without paying the £62.30 fare.
A mountaineer once told he would never walk again unaided after shattering both his heels has scaled Mount Everest for a record-breaking 16th time, the highest number by a non-Sherpa.