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The Queen has welcomed the planting of the UK’s first rose named after a black gardener as she said she hoped visitors to Buckingham Palace gardens "reflect on what the rose represents for many years to come”.
Viktor Ovsyannikov speaks out on his defence of a 21-year-old tank commander who shot and killed an unarmed civilian
YORK City have sealed a return to the National League after a five-season absence from the fifth-tier of English football.
THE coroner for Dorset is seeking help from the public to find the next of kin of a man who lived in Bournemouth.
A Treasury minister suggested Chancellor Rishi Sunak was not ruling out a windfall tax on oil and gas company profits if the sector does not invest in providing more domestic energy sources. Simon Clarke, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, told BBC Breakfast: “We want to see the record profits that the industry is making at this time reinvested in productive capacity for our economy. “Insofar as that doesn’t happen, the Chancellor has been clear that we can’t rule anything out.”
Casualty spoilers - Paige and Rash make a big decision about their relationship, while Faith makes a discovery and Ollie hides a dark secret.
The savage murder of servant Jess McPherson was one of the most senseless murders that Glasgow had witnessed but was it also a miscarriage of justice?
York woman recalls meeting Princess Elizabeth on 1949 visit
SANTA FE LITERARY FESTIVAL: <strong>Holly Baxter </strong>reports from the Santa Fe Literary Festival on Margaret Atwood’s refusal to mince her words and Don Winslow’s surprising reason for retirement
The Bank of England has been accused of hypocrisy after launching a pay review scheme for its 4,000 staff as its governor, Andrew Bailey, urged the public not to accept big salary rises.
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said one-on-one teaching could help children who have fallen behind during the pandemic.
Kim Jong-un appears emotional at funeral of North Korean military official
Two cases found in southern states of Tamil Nadu and Telangana
The show will include appearances from a number of familiar faces and explore different areas of the royal residence.
Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy has denied nine sexual offences against six young women. The 27-year-old stood in the dock at Chester Crown Court where he entered pleas for the first time and repeated: "Not guilty." The French international has denied seven counts of rape, one count of sexual assault and one count of attempted rape - all relating to six complainants.
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A black conservative trainee vicar claims he was blocked from becoming a Church of England priest because of his “anti-woke views” and that he does not believe the UK is institutionally racist.
A former justice minister has reiterated his defence of former Conservative MP Imran Ahmad Khan by arguing the disgraced politician did not get a "fair trial". MP for Reigate Crispin Blunt removed a post from his website and Twitter feed last month in which he had claimed Mr Khan was the victim of a "dreadful miscarriage of justice". The former Wakefield MP was found guilty of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 2008.
President says US’s responsibility to protect island is ‘even stronger’ after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Sgt Vadim Shishimarin admitted shooting the civilian in the head in a village in the north-eastern Sumy region