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Harry and others face wait for pick of cases in trial against The Sun publisher

Harry and others face wait for pick of cases in trial against The Sun publisher

Harry and others face wait for pick of cases in trial against The Sun publisher

16 July 2024

More than 40 people, including the Duke of Sussex, are bringing legal action against the publisher of The Sun.


King samples a glass of ‘Charles’ ale on trip to Guernsey

King samples a glass of ‘Charles’ ale on trip to Guernsey

King samples a glass of ‘Charles’ ale on trip to Guernsey

16 July 2024

Charles and Camilla were given a tour of local businesses.


Watchdog issues recommendations on policing domestic violence after murder

Watchdog issues recommendations on policing domestic violence after murder

Watchdog issues recommendations on policing domestic violence after murder

16 July 2024

An IOPC spokesman said the investigation into Sussex Police found no breach of professional standards by individual police officers.


Vaughan Gething ‘proud of record’ despite being forced from office

Vaughan Gething ‘proud of record’ despite being forced from office

Vaughan Gething ‘proud of record’ despite being forced from office

16 July 2024

Welsh First Minister Mr Gething said he had not compromised his integrity in the wake of scandals and bitter Labour infighting.


MP required to reswear allegiance to King amid fears of legal action

MP required to reswear allegiance to King amid fears of legal action

MP required to reswear allegiance to King amid fears of legal action

16 July 2024

Clive Lewis failed to mention four words required by law as part of his initial affirmation in the Commons.


Man found guilty of murder and abuse of mother-of-five while on police bail

Man found guilty of murder and abuse of mother-of-five while on police bail

Man found guilty of murder and abuse of mother-of-five while on police bail

16 July 2024

Holly Sanchez, 32, told police she was scared Ryan Evans would kill her if he found out she revealed to officers the abuse she suffered by him.


Temperatures set to reach 30C at weekend after wet first half of July

Temperatures set to reach 30C at weekend after wet first half of July

Temperatures set to reach 30C at weekend after wet first half of July

16 July 2024

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for rain for some areas on Tuesday afternoon and evening.


Woman stabbed by youth after taking laughing gas, court told

Woman stabbed by youth after taking laughing gas, court told

Woman stabbed by youth after taking laughing gas, court told

16 July 2024

Kacey Clarke, 22, was allegedly stabbed in the chest by the youth during a row in a flat in south-east London last Christmas Eve.


Regulator updates guidance around job adverts and transgender applicants

Regulator updates guidance around job adverts and transgender applicants

Regulator updates guidance around job adverts and transgender applicants

16 July 2024

Campaign group Fair Play For Women welcomed the guidance as ‘a step in the right direction’ but said a ‘loophole’ remained.


Killer who stabbed woman 60 times to give evidence at parole hearing in private

Killer who stabbed woman 60 times to give evidence at parole hearing in private

Killer who stabbed woman 60 times to give evidence at parole hearing in private

16 July 2024

Steven Ling, a farm worker, was jailed for life in December 1998 after admitting murdering Joanne Tulip, 29, on Christmas Day a year earlier.


Former SNP equalities officer sentenced to six years for string of assaults

Former SNP equalities officer sentenced to six years for string of assaults

Former SNP equalities officer sentenced to six years for string of assaults

16 July 2024

Cameron Downing was found guilty of 10 offences at the High Court in Edinburgh last month.


Natural History Museum opens new urban gardens complete with bronze dinosaur

Natural History Museum opens new urban gardens complete with bronze dinosaur

Natural History Museum opens new urban gardens complete with bronze dinosaur

16 July 2024

Five acres wrapping around the building in South Kensington have been transformed into two gardens which tell the story of the changing natural world.


Labour promises ‘packed’ agenda in King’s Speech

Labour promises ‘packed’ agenda in King’s Speech

Labour promises ‘packed’ agenda in King’s Speech

16 July 2024

Wednesday’s King’s Speech is expected to focus on economic growth, the first of Labour’s five ‘missions’ for Government.


Place for people ‘who look like me’ in politics, says Gething as he stands down

Place for people ‘who look like me’ in politics, says Gething as he stands down

Place for people ‘who look like me’ in politics, says Gething as he stands down

16 July 2024

Vaughan Gething made history in March when he became the first black leader of any European country.


Jay Slater’s mother says ‘our hearts are broken’ after court confirms death

Jay Slater’s mother says ‘our hearts are broken’ after court confirms death

Jay Slater’s mother says ‘our hearts are broken’ after court confirms death

16 July 2024

The Canary Islands High Court of Justice confirmed the information on Tuesday.


MP renews concerns over oath as he makes second attempt to officially take seat

MP renews concerns over oath as he makes second attempt to officially take seat

MP renews concerns over oath as he makes second attempt to officially take seat

16 July 2024

Clive Lewis said he hopes MPs will one day be able to swear an oath of allegiance based on defending democracy and upholding human rights.


Fact check: Video of the Prime Minister has been edited

Fact check: Video of the Prime Minister has been edited

Fact check: Video of the Prime Minister has been edited

16 July 2024

The video appears to be real but the audio has been swapped out for a likely AI-generated voice of Sir Keir Starmer.


TUV leader Allister to support Reform UK on issues the parties agree on

TUV leader Allister to support Reform UK on issues the parties agree on

TUV leader Allister to support Reform UK on issues the parties agree on

16 July 2024

He has unveiled councillor Timothy Gaston as his co-opted successor as North Antrim MLA.


Unions set to welcome employment measures in King’s Speech

Unions set to welcome employment measures in King’s Speech

Unions set to welcome employment measures in King’s Speech

16 July 2024

New bill will largely be based on the New Deal for Working People, a policy document Labour promoted in the run-up to the election.


Father of tragic young footballer says family’s world ‘turned upside down’

Father of tragic young footballer says family’s world ‘turned upside down’

Father of tragic young footballer says family’s world ‘turned upside down’

16 July 2024

Zara Murphy, 13, died after becoming ill during a football match in Drogheda, Co Louth, last week.


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