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World waits to hear if Vladimir Putin references Ukraine in Victory Day speech

The Russian President is set to address a huge military parade later Russian forces have pushed forward in their assault on Ukraine, seeking to capture the crucial southern port city of Mariupol as Moscow prepared to celebrate its national Victory Day holiday. Determined to show a success in a war now in its 11th week, Russian troops have targeted a sprawling seaside steel mill where an estimated 2,000 Ukrainian fighters […]

todayMay 9, 2022 7

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Lisa Nandy Sir Keir Starmer is Mr Rules he does not break the rules

Labour’s Lisa Nandy has defended party leader Sir Keir Starmer over claims he broke coronavirus lockdown rules, saying: “I’m absolutely confident that he hasn’t broken the law.” Shadow secretary of state for levelling up, housing and communities Ms Nandy said her boss “is Mr Rules, he does not break the rules” as she accused the Conservatives of an “absolutely desperate attempt to sling mud”. Her comments came as Deputy Prime […]

todayMay 8, 2022 3

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Raab UK will take whatever measures necessary to resolve Northern Ireland row

The UK will focus on efforts to reform the Northern Ireland Protocol in an effort to preserve stability, Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said as the Government grappled with the implications of Sinn Fein’s Stormont success. The victory in the Stormont contests was the first for a republican party and “ushers in a new era” of politics, Sinn Fein vice president Michelle O’Neill said. Her party is committed to a […]

todayMay 8, 2022 3

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Michelle ONeill Assembly election result ushers in new era

Michelle O'Neill says the result will usher in a new era for Northern Ireland The Assembly election result in Northern Ireland “ushers in a new era”, Sinn Fein vice president Michelle O’Neill has said. As counting continued into Saturday evening, the republican party appeared to be closing in on a historic victory by overtaking the DUP to become the largest party at Stormont. Shortly after 6pm on Saturday, 81 of […]

todayMay 7, 2022 3

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Sir Keir Starmer confident that beergate did not breach lockdown rules

Durham Constabulary have launched an investigation into whether the Labour Party leader acted unlawfully Sir Keir Starmer said he is “confident” that he did not breach lockdown rules by having a beer and curry at a campaign event. The Labour leader spoke after Durham Constabulary confirmed it was investigating claims an evening event attended by the Labour leader with other senior party figures and activists last year might have broken […]

todayMay 7, 2022 3

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Afghanistans Taliban leaders order women to wear burka in public

The UK's Foreign Office says the Taliban will have to live up to their obligations on women's rights if they want acceptance The Taliban will have to live up to their obligations on the rights of women if they want acceptance, the Foreign Office has said. It follows the announcement that Afghanistan’s Taliban leadership has ordered all Afghan women to wear the all-covering burka in public. An FCDO spokesperson said: […]

todayMay 7, 2022 3

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Plymouths first trans councillor hopes to dial down hate and division

Dylan Tippetts has said he hopes his election will “dial down hate and division” after becoming Plymouth’s first openly trans councillor. The 21-year-old is Labour’s first councillor in the city’s Compton Ward. Speaking to the PA news agency, Mr Tippetts said he is “still in shock”, adding: “I didn’t think I was going to win the seat last night. “If I can help someone realise that trans people are just […]

todayMay 6, 2022 3

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Above average temperatures set to continue but some rain ahead says Met office

Balmy weather in the south of England saw conditions come close to the hottest of the year so far, but the top temperature was missed by “a smidgen”. The mercury rose to 23.3C (73.9F) at St James’s Park in London on Friday, just shy of the 23.4C (74.1F) recorded on April 15 at the same location, the Met Office said. Warm conditions are expected to continue into the weekend in […]

todayMay 6, 2022 3

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Sinn Fein DUP and Alliance leaders top polls in Stormont election

Michelle O’Neill has topped the poll for Sinn Fein in Mid-Ulster, becoming one of the first MLAs elected in what could be a historic Assembly election. Both Sinn Fein and the Alliance Party are expected to have a good day, with Alliance leader Naomi Long topping the poll in East Belfast to be re-elected on the first count. DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson was elected on the first count in […]

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