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Rishi Sunak seeks to sell breakthrough deal after EU UK agreement

The Prime Minister is expected to travel to Northern Ireland later Rishi Sunak is expected to travel to Northern Ireland later, after securing a deal with the EU that he promised would be a “turning point” for the region after years of post-Brexit tensions. The new deal, dubbed the Windsor Framework, removes barriers on trade across the Irish Sea and hands a “veto” to politicians in Stormont on EU law – a […]

todayFebruary 28, 2023 8


Missing aristocrat Constance Marten and partner in police custody

An urgent search operation is underway to find their baby, who is still missing Missing aristocrat Constance Marten and her partner Mark Gordon are in police custody after being arrested in Brighton. Metropolitan Police said an urgent search operation is underway to find their baby, who has not had any medical attention since birth in early January. The force said the pair were located by officers from Sussex Police in Stanmer Villas, […]

todayFebruary 28, 2023 7


Ofgem lowers energy price cap but bills still expected to rise for households

It will go down from the current £4,279 per year to £3,280 for the average household Ofgem is lowering its energy price cap – the amount suppliers are able to charge – from the current £4,279 per year to £3,280 for the average household, effective from April 1, it has announced. The regulator said the reduction of almost £1,000 reflects recent falls in wholesale energy prices. However, domestic energy bills […]

todayFebruary 27, 2023 6


Paloma Faith says we are all connected after meeting Ukrainian refugees

The 41-year-old singer visited projects in Poland supporting Ukrainian refugees Paloma Faith has said “we are all connected” after witnessing a “human chain of kindness” during a visit to meet Ukrainian refugees in Poland. The 41-year-old singer visited projects supporting Ukrainian refugees and funded by donations from the British public through the Disasters Emergency Committee’s (DEC) Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. To mark one year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Faith […]

todayFebruary 27, 2023 9


Rishi Sunak set for Brexit treaty D Day as he holds final talks with EU on protocol

The Prime Minister will meet the European Commission President in Berkshire Rishi Sunak appears to be on the verge of agreeing a Brexit deal aimed at easing trade friction in Northern Ireland as he enters into “final talks” with the European Union. The Prime Minister will meet European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen in Windsor, Berkshire, on Monday to discuss a “range of complex challenges” around the Northern Ireland Protocol, Downing […]

todayFebruary 27, 2023 7


Crowds gather in Omagh to demand end to violence after police officers shooting

John Caldwell remains critically ill after being attacked in the town on Wednesday night Hundreds of people have gathered to demand an end to paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland. The main street of the Co Tyrone town of Omagh was brought to a standstill as crowds assembled in front of the courthouse for a rally in solidarity with a police officer shot by gunmen at a sports centre in front […]

todayFebruary 25, 2023 8


Hundreds attend asylum seeker hotel protests and counter demonstration

Demonstrators gathered in both Skegness and Newquay Hundreds of protesters and counter demonstrators have taken to the streets over asylum seekers staying in hotels in two English seaside towns. A rally of about 200 people took place in Skegness, Lincolnshire, while a protest and counter-protest occurred outside the Beresford Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall, on Saturday. In Skegness, marchers clutched banners stating “no more refugees” while people chanted “we want our […]

todayFebruary 25, 2023 6


Rishi Sunak says I am giving everything to seal protocol deal and restore NI Assembly

The Prime Minister says he's hopeful of a positive outcome, but insists a pact is not yet secured Rishi Sunak said his administration is “giving it everything we’ve got” to finalise a deal to fix issues with the Northern Ireland Protocol but insists a pact has not yet been secured. The Prime Minister said he is hopeful of a “positive outcome” in the talks with the European Union as Westminster […]

todayFebruary 25, 2023 5


Minutes silence held one year on from Russias invasion of Ukraine

The UK has held a national minute's silence on the first anniversary of Russia invading Ukraine. MPs stood in silence in the Commons chamber to mark a year since the invasion of Ukraine began. The one-minute silence halted Commons proceedings at 11am during a Friday sitting, when a small group of backbench MPs usually attend to consider private member’s bills. Several ministers and shadow ministers joined the cohort of backbench Labour and […]

todayFebruary 24, 2023 9