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Teenagers body found in Cumbria

Police have found the body of a boy after a 15-year-old vanished when a group of teenagers got into trouble in the River Eden in Carlisle. The local youngster’s loved ones have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers, Cumbria Police said. No formal identification has been carried out yet. Another boy, 14, was airlifted to hospital and is in a critical condition, the force said on Saturday. […]

todayMay 27, 2023 6


Police hunt escaped burglar in London

Police are hunting a 42-year-old burglar who escaped from a prison van outside Brixton police station. Kwami Richards had been detained after being wanted for recall to prison when he managed to escape from the van operated by a private security firm on Friday as he was being transported back to jail. He was then pursued by a police officer into Brixton Underground station. The officer was assaulted as he […]

todayMay 27, 2023 4


Hearts hold on in last day derby drama

Ten-man Hearts held on for a 1-1 draw in a tense final-day Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle to stop Hibernian leapfrogging them into fourth place in the cinch Premiership. The Jambos knew a point would be enough to keep their fifth-place city rivals beneath them and secure automatic European qualification next term, and they got off to the perfect start when Yutaro Oda fired them into a ninth-minute lead. But a […]

todayMay 27, 2023 5


Nick Cave on coronation I was extremely bored and completely awestruck

Nick Cave said he was “extremely bored and completely awestruck” when he attended the coronation at Westminster Abbey. The Australian singer-songwriter, known as the vocalist for the rock band Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, was chosen as part of a group of 14 “outstanding Australians” to attend the event earlier this month. He was among the delegation, which included comedian and Channel 4’s The Last Leg host Adam Hills, […]

todayMay 26, 2023 4


Hormone pregancy test claims thrown out by High Court judge

Damages claims by more than 170 people who say they were affected by hormone pregnancy test drugs have been brought to an end by a High Court judge. The drugs, including Primodos, were given to women to test if they were pregnant from the 1950s until the late 1970s and are alleged to have been responsible for serious birth defects. A group of 172 claimants brought legal action against Bayer […]

todayMay 26, 2023 3


British Cyclings new transgender policy to have open and female categories

British Cycling will prevent riders who were born male from racing in elite female events under a new transgender and non-binary participation policy published on Friday. The governing body’s new rules for competitive events, due to be implemented later this year, will see racing split into “open” and “female” categories, with transgender women, transgender men, non-binary individuals and those whose sex was assigned male at birth eligible to compete in […]

todayMay 26, 2023 3


Man arrested after car crashes into gates of Downing Street

A man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and dangerous driving after a vehicle was driven into the gates of Downing Street. The car crashed into the gates at around 4.20pm on Thursday, the Metropolitan Police said in a statement. Images on social media showed the car surrounded by emergency vehicles. The force added that no-one has been hurt. In a statement released on Twitter, the Metropolitan Police […]

todayMay 25, 2023 3


Professor Green introduces Kate to his Nanny Pat at kinship carer celebration

Rapper Professor Green introduced the Princess of Wales to his Nanny Pat – and she had even bought a new blouse for the occasion. The songwriter’s grandmother got up extra early to have her hair done on Thursday before being introduced to Kate at a support group session for kinship carers in London. The princess also played with children on the floor as she met a group of carers at […]

todayMay 25, 2023 4


Average household energy bill to fall by 426 from July amid Ofgem price cap cut

The average household energy bill will fall by £426 a year from July after Ofgem dropped its price cap following tumbling wholesale prices. The regulator announced it is cutting its price cap from £3,280 to £2,074 from July 1, marking the first time consumers on default tariffs have seen their prices fall since the global gas crisis took hold more than 18 months ago. At its peak, the price cap reached £4,279 […]

todayMay 25, 2023 4