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An Oxford based IT company is celebrating its five-year anniversary.
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.
Fears Brexit move could lead to trade war with EU
The former British spy who wrote a dossier on Donald Trump and alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election campaign says sources have told him Vladimir Putin is "seriously ill". Christopher Steele, who ran the Russia desk at MI6 in London between 2006 and 2009 and worked there in the 1990s, said Putin's illness was "an element" of what is happening in Ukraine.
'Voting is a duty,' says a Beirut citizen as she casts her ballot in the first election since multiple crises dragged Lebanon to the brink of failed statehood. The vote is a major test for new opposition groups bent on removing the ruling elite.
Police say they are looking into vandalism at Glasgow Cross following the Celtic title win party.
Sam Ryder has said he "received so much love" during and after his performance at the Eurovision Song Contest, during an interview with BBC Radio 2's Zoe Ball following his return from Turin.
As a new initiative uses colourful floral displays to brighten people's rail journeys, here are a few more ideas to quickly boost your mood.
In recent days the ex-Foreign Secretary has refused to rule himself out of a Tory leadership contest before the 2024 election.
‘You just know this is going to be a meme forever,’ one person said
The prime minister said the government "will always keep the door wide open" to talks, but must protect the interests of ordinary people.
Shadow Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband says the government should introduce a windfall tax on energy firms to help families struggling with the cost of living crisis. .
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Ireland’s foreign minister criticised ‘sabre rattling’ and ‘grandstanding’ in London as he insisted dialogue was the way to resolve the impasse.
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.
All you need to know ahead of the next Formula 1 race of the 2022 season
Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un said that the spread of the coronavirus had put the country in "great turmoil." The nation's population is largely unvaccinated, having refused offers of vaccines from Russia and China.
Novak Djokovic showed his form with victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Italian Open final, while Iga Swiatek thrashed Ons Jabeur
Kwasi Kwarteng's review of fracking will undermine public trust if it ignores evidence that the risks associated with shale gas production can be "managed and mitigated", more than 35 Conservative MPs and peers have warned.
NICOLA Sturgeon has said she hopes to encourage greater investment and co-operation from the US as she prepares to head to Washington, DC.