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Speaker voices deep concern at reports of drug taking in Parliament

Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle is to raise reports of drug misuse in Parliament with the police “as a priority”. Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle is to raise reports of drug misuse in Parliament with the police “as a priority”. Sir Lindsay described reports that traces of cocaine had been found in areas of the Palace of Westminster accessible only to people with parliamentary passes as “deeply concerning”. In a […]

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Minister hails huge opportunities to deepen US trade links on first visit

The International Trade Secretary has said there are “huge opportunities to deepen the trading links benefiting communities on both sides of the Atlantic” ahead of a three-day visit to the US. The International Trade Secretary has said there are “huge opportunities to deepen the trading links benefiting communities on both sides of the Atlantic” ahead of a three-day visit to the US. Anne-Marie Trevelyan will use her first official stateside […]

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Strictly Come Dancings 10th contestant leaves after emotional quarter final

BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker described his time on Strictly Come Dancing as “an absolutely incredible experience” BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker described his time on Strictly Come Dancing as “an absolutely incredible experience” which taught him that he could dance as he became the 10th celebrity to leave the show. Walker, 44, was sent home from the BBC One series after his quarter-finals tango with partner Nadiya Bychkova failed […]

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Arthur Labinjo Hughes Government confirms review into six year olds murder

The Government has announced a major review into the circumstances which led to the murder of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes. It aims to determine what improvements are needed by the agencies that came into contact with Arthur in the months before he was murdered by stepmother Emma Tustin at their home in Solihull. The National Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel will lead the review and will provide additional support to Solihull […]

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William reveals Tina Turner hit brings back memories of mother Diana

The Duke of Cambridge has revealed a Tina Turner hit brings back treasured memories of his mother singing it at the “top of her voice” with her sons as she drove them to school. William shared the poignant “family moment” in an audio walking tour recorded for Apple, and described how Diana, Princess of Wales took him to a homeless shelter to teach him the important lesson – there is […]

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PM concerned as thousands still left without power a week after Storm Arwen

Thousands of households are still without power more than a week after Storm Arwen as the Prime Minister said he is “concerned” about the number still affected. Around 4,700 homes across northern England and Scotland were still without supply as of Saturday afternoon – more than a week after the storm hit on November 26, industry body the Energy Networks Association (ENA) said. On Saturday, Boris Johnson said he had […]

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New Covid restrictions after stark advice from health officials

Ireland will reintroduce some Covid-19 restrictions for the Christmas period, following “very stark” advice from health officials, Taoiseach Micheal Martin has said. A range of restrictions will be in place from December 7 to January 9, including the shuttering of nightclubs and new limits on household gatherings. It comes amid concern about increased socialising at Christmas and the threat posed by the new Omicron variant of coronavirus. In a national […]

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Fresh appeal for information over murder of Jim Donegan in west Belfast

A fresh appeal for information has been made on the third anniversary of the murder of Jim Donegan. The 43-year-old was shot dead outside a school in west Belfast as he waited to collect his teenage son on December 4 2018. He was sitting in his red Porsche Panamera in Glen Road when he was attacked. A murder inquiry to find the lone gunman police believe carried out the killing […]

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Thousands of homes face second weekend without power as armed drafted in to help

Thousands of people are facing a second weekend without power as further cold weather is predicted to hit the UK. Homes across parts of Scotland and the North East and North West of England are still off supply a week after Storm Arwen hit on Friday November 26, with the army having been drafted in to assist. As of early Friday evening, just over 9,000 homes were without power, according […]

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