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Sadiq Khan Donald Trumps presidency led to me getting more racist online abuse

The Mayor of London has said Donald Trump’s period as US president led to a significant rise in racial abuse directed at him. Sadiq Khan, speaking at Stanford University near San Francisco on his US trade mission, said temporary and permanent banning of Mr Trump from Twitter led to a sharp drop in such abuse. “During those four years he was president, that led to me having to receive police […]

todayMay 11, 2022 5

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Emmerdale to explore secondary cancer storyline

Emmerdale viewers face emotional scenes ahead as Faith Dingle receives the diagnosis that her breast cancer has returned. The Dingle matriarch, played by Sally Dexter, will be told the devastating news that she has secondary cancer, when cancer has spread from where it started to another part of the body, in episodes that will air later this week. The ITV soap opera has said Faith will also struggle to share […]

todayMay 11, 2022 7

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Ukrainians make gains in east as they hold ground at Mariupol mill

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Kyiv’s military has made small gains near the eastern city of Kharkiv. Kharkiv and the surrounding area have been under sustained Russian attack since the early in the war. Mr Zelensky that the military was gradually pushing Russian troops away from the city. The Ukrainian military’s general staff said its forces drove the Russians out of four villages to the northeast of Kharkiv as it […]

todayMay 11, 2022 5

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Shoppers put brakes on spending due to surge in cost of living

New figures show sales dipped in April Consumers have “put the brakes” on their shopping habits due to the soaring cost of living, according to figures. The latest BRC-KPMG retail sales monitor revealed that sales dipped in April after a sharp downturn in consumer confidence. Separate figures from Barclaycard showed that credit card spending on retail and eating out slowed last month as people tightened their belts. Helen Dickinson, chief […]

todayMay 10, 2022 5

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Jurgen Klopp dismisses Pep Guardiola claim that everyone wants Reds to win title

Klopp says not even everyone in Liverpool wants them to lift the trophy Jurgen Klopp dismissed Pep Guardiola’s assertion everyone wants Liverpool to win the Premier League and believes his Manchester City counterpart’s comments stemmed from the emotion of a tight title race – something the German admits has happened to him. After Sunday’s 5-0 demolition of Newcastle which moved the defending champions three points clear of Liverpool at the […]

todayMay 10, 2022 5

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Liz Truss will scrap parts of Northern Ireland Protocol as soon as next week

The issue is proving a sticking point in restoring a power-sharing devolved government in Northern Ireland The Foreign Secretary will reportedly move to discard large portions of the Northern Ireland Protocol after giving up on Brexit negotiations with the EU. The Times reported officials working for Liz Truss have drawn up draft legislation to unilaterally remove the need for checks on all goods being sent from Britain for use in […]

todayMay 10, 2022 5

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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 9

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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 5

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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 5

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