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Police officer shoulder-charged Sheku Bayoh during arrest, inquiry told

Police officer shoulder-charged Sheku Bayoh during arrest, inquiry told

Police officer shoulder-charged Sheku Bayoh during arrest, inquiry told

20 May 2022

Pc Craig Walker said he had seen the 31-year-old stamp on another officer.


Monkeypox: 20 cases now confirmed in the UK

Monkeypox: 20 cases now confirmed in the UK

Monkeypox: 20 cases now confirmed in the UK

20 May 2022

Sajid Javid has updated G7 health ministers on what is known about the spread of the virus.


Rise in possession claims by landlords after serving no-fault eviction notices

Rise in possession claims by landlords after serving no-fault eviction notices

Rise in possession claims by landlords after serving no-fault eviction notices

20 May 2022

Some 5,890 landlords started court proceedings against tenants between January and March after issuing them with a Section 21 notice, figures show.


Seven treated for breathing problems after incident at Sainsbury’s store

Seven treated for breathing problems after incident at Sainsbury’s store

Seven treated for breathing problems after incident at Sainsbury’s store

20 May 2022

Emergency services were called to the supermarket in Longbridge, south-west of Birmingham,


Oil and gas industries reject call for windfall tax

Oil and gas industries reject call for windfall tax

Oil and gas industries reject call for windfall tax

20 May 2022

OEUK chief executive Deirdre Michie said firms need to keep investing in oil and gas for security of energy supply and to back energy transition.


Author Anne Bronte was skilled rock collector, researchers reveal

Author Anne Bronte was skilled rock collector, researchers reveal

Author Anne Bronte was skilled rock collector, researchers reveal

20 May 2022

Analysis of specimens she had gathered shows they ‘took skill to recognise and collect’.


Mourners wearing purple pay respects to woman found dead in forest

Mourners wearing purple pay respects to woman found dead in forest

Mourners wearing purple pay respects to woman found dead in forest

20 May 2022

A cortege followed as a horse-drawn hearse arrived at the church for the funeral of Katie Kenyon.


Oysters may flourish once more in Belfast with restoration project

Oysters may flourish once more in Belfast with restoration project

Oysters may flourish once more in Belfast with restoration project

20 May 2022

Native oysters in the lough became extinct in 1903 but were rediscovered in 2020 and now a new nursery at Bangor Marina aims to boost numbers.


UK braces for a dampener as spell of warm weather comes to an end

UK braces for a dampener as spell of warm weather comes to an end

UK braces for a dampener as spell of warm weather comes to an end

20 May 2022

A weather front will bring showers from the West and cooler temperatures.


Parents spending £10,000 a year on childcare – report

Parents spending £10,000 a year on childcare – report

Parents spending £10,000 a year on childcare – report

20 May 2022

Parents with younger children are hardest-hit by a lack of Government support, says the IFS.


Failure to save the Congo Basin forest ‘would mean world loses climate fight’

Failure to save the Congo Basin forest ‘would mean world loses climate fight’

Failure to save the Congo Basin forest ‘would mean world loses climate fight’

20 May 2022

Officials in Gabon say sustainable forestry and conservation of the rainforest is storing carbon, helping wildlife and providing jobs.


Rishi Sunak and wife hit rich list with £730m fortune amid cost-of-living crisis

Rishi Sunak and wife hit rich list with £730m fortune amid cost-of-living crisis

Rishi Sunak and wife hit rich list with £730m fortune amid cost-of-living crisis

20 May 2022

Driven by Akshata Murty’s £690 million stake in Infosys, the Chancellor and his wife entered the Sunday Times list for the first time.


Museum preserves story of thriving 21st century whisky industry

Museum preserves story of thriving 21st century whisky industry

Museum preserves story of thriving 21st century whisky industry

20 May 2022

National Museums Scotland has acquired a collection of bottled whiskies, packaging and related material as part of a new collection.


Dominic Raab asks BBC presenter how much petrol is in cost-of-living clash

Dominic Raab asks BBC presenter how much petrol is in cost-of-living clash

Dominic Raab asks BBC presenter how much petrol is in cost-of-living clash

20 May 2022

The moment came after BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt asked the deputy prime minister how much a litre of diesel costs.


Bank of England’s chief economist signals support for further rate rises

Bank of England’s chief economist signals support for further rate rises

Bank of England’s chief economist signals support for further rate rises

20 May 2022

Huw Pill said the tightening of monetary policy ‘still has further to run’.


Taoiseach accuses UK Government of ‘moving too far’ over NI Protocol

Taoiseach accuses UK Government of ‘moving too far’ over NI Protocol

Taoiseach accuses UK Government of ‘moving too far’ over NI Protocol

20 May 2022

Micheal Martin is in Belfast for meetings with political leaders amid ongoing deadlock at Stormont.


‘Hundreds’ likely to be sent to Rwanda each year – minister

‘Hundreds’ likely to be sent to Rwanda each year – minister

‘Hundreds’ likely to be sent to Rwanda each year – minister

20 May 2022

Dominic Raab said he wanted to ‘manage expectations’ about the plan.


Scotland Yard urged not to leave people ‘in the dark’ over partygate probe

Scotland Yard urged not to leave people ‘in the dark’ over partygate probe

Scotland Yard urged not to leave people ‘in the dark’ over partygate probe

20 May 2022

Sue Gray’s inquiry into Downing Street lockdown breaches is expected early next week.


Alcohol and tobacco sales boost retailers in April despite price hikes

Alcohol and tobacco sales boost retailers in April despite price hikes

Alcohol and tobacco sales boost retailers in April despite price hikes

20 May 2022

The retail sector saw sales rising 1.4% in April, the Office for National Statistics said.


Street harassment law being blocked, suggests Government adviser

Street harassment law being blocked, suggests Government adviser

Street harassment law being blocked, suggests Government adviser

20 May 2022

Nimco Ali was appointed by Priti Patel to advise the Home Office in 2020.


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