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British fighters captured in Ukraine ‘face 20 years in jail’

The video appeared to show the two Britons in the dock in the pro-Russian territory’s supreme court alongside a third man

Jun 9, 2022
UK

Vigil for British journalist and indigenous affairs official missing in Amazon

Well-wishers are expected to gather outside the Brazilian Embassy.
Jun 9, 2022
UK

Family of Briton captured by Russian forces in Ukraine share emotional statement

Relatives of Aiden Aslin, one of three men accused of being mercenaries for Ukrainian forces, have said they are working with the Foreign Office.
Jun 7, 2022
UK

Many questions unanswered over death of student hit by train, parents say

Connor Marron, 19, was found dead in north London at the start of the year.
Jun 7, 2022
UK

Two men jailed for smuggling 31 migrants into UK in back of hired vans

People including a pregnant woman and young children were found crammed into air-tight spaces
Jun 7, 2022
UK

Harry and Meghan share photo of Lilibet on first birthday

Close family and friends were invited to celebrate the occasion at a picnic at Frogmore Cottage.
Jun 6, 2022
UK

Silk hanging used at Queen’s coronation to be auctioned

The piece is a portion of a decorative panel which served as the backdrop to the 1953 ceremony.
May 29, 2022
UK

Second arrest after man stabbed to death in Oldham

Police detained a 31-year-old Rochdale man in Suffolk overnight following the fatal incident in Greater Manchester on Saturday.
May 29, 2022
UK

Government ‘dragged kicking and screaming’ to act on cost of living – Labour

Labour’s chairwoman Anneliese Dodds criticised the ‘frustrating’ lack of measures to tackle the causes of the crunch and not just the symptoms.
May 29, 2022
UK

Work under way to prevent pollution as burning yacht sinks in marina

Firefighters battled to extinguish the fire for hours as it ripped through the 85ft vessel in Torquay.
May 29, 2022
UK

First case of monkeypox identified in Ireland, Health Service Executive says

The person affected was not kept in hospital after the infection was reported in the east of the country.
May 28, 2022
UK

Animal rights activists ‘sprayed with manure’ at beef event confrontation

One demonstrator is said to have been taken to hospital after the incident at a venue in Darlington.
May 28, 2022
UK

Covid victim’s daughter condemns ‘selfish’ PM after partygate report

Safiah Ngah said it is ‘disgusting’ No 10 staff were partying while she was not allowed to see her father in hospital prior to his death

May 25, 2022
UK

John Shuttleworth gig in Peak District cave halted after fan is trapped in tree

The man had been walking to the comedy event at Peak Cavern in Castleton when he slipped and fell.
May 20, 2022
UK

Children carrying weapons at most violent prison in England, inspectors warn

A report says there were 105 assaults among children and 82 on staff in just six months.
May 20, 2022
UK

BBC reports on MI5 spy who ‘used status to abuse girlfriend’ after ruling

The BBC has reported on the story for the first time since an unprecedented legal battle in which the Government sought an injunction.
May 19, 2022
UK

Victim of serial attacker Donald Robertson calls his conviction ‘closure’

The victim, who cannot be identified, called Robertson, who was convicted of murdering Shani Warren, ‘the monster that put my life in turmoil’.
May 17, 2022
UK

Jamie Oliver threatens Johnson with ‘Eton Mess’ protest over anti-obesity U-turn

The celebrity chef called on the public to gather outside Downing Street on Friday with bowls of the dessert to demonstrate against the U-turns.
May 17, 2022
UK

M&S chair and ex-Tory MP attacks ‘pointless’ EU proposals over NI protocol

Archie Norman has accused the EU of making ‘highly bureaucratic’ proposals over the Northern Ireland protocol.
May 17, 2022
UK

Lord Hague warns weakening of anti-obesity strategy is ‘morally reprehensible’

The former Tory leader hit out at Government plans to delay measures to tackle unhealthy eating.
May 17, 2022
UK

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I can’t cook and wouldn’t have made Tory MP’s food bank remarks

The efficiency minister distanced himself from remarks made in the Commons by a fellow MP.
May 13, 2022