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Dame Kelly Holmes among those celebrating Londons biggest ever pride

Dame Kelly Holmes told Pride attendees “we all deserve to have our voices heard” She said: “I could never speak before but I have realised no matter if you lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, black, white, short, tall, big, small, however you identify and even being straight, we have the right to stand side by side with each other, we all deserve to have our voices heard. “As […]

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Family pays tribute to kind hearted teenage stab victim

The family of a teenager who died in a stabbing attack in Wolverhampton has paid tribute to him as a “kind-hearted, loving, caring” person. Ronan Kanda’s loved ones said their “hearts are broken” following his death on Wednesday. West Midlands Police said a post-mortem showed he had been stabbed twice at the scene on Mount Road, Lanesfield, shortly before 9pm on Wednesday. He died at the scene. Five people, aged […]

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BA and Heathrow welcome slot amnesty as summer schedule deadline approaches

British Airways and Heathrow Airport have welcomed measures to help airlines prevent last-minute flight cancellations over the summer. Government regulations will allow a one-off “amnesty” on airport slots rules, enabling airlines to plan ahead and deliver a more realistic summer schedule with a view to minimising disruption at airports. Airlines will be able to cancel flights without being penalised for not using their airport slot, but must finalise their summer […]

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Silent vigil to be held to bring home Londoner Zara Aleena

Hundreds of people are expected to turn out for a silent vigil for Zara Aleena on Saturday afternoon to “walk her home”. Hundreds of people are expected to turn out for a silent vigil for Zara Aleena on Saturday afternoon to “walk her home”. The 35-year-old law graduate was only minutes from her front door when she was attacked and killed while walking home along Cranbrook Road in Ilford, east […]

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At least five dead and dozens injured after magnitude 63 earthquake in Iran

Rescue teams were deployed near the epicentre At least five people were killed and 44 others injured in a magnitude-6.3 earthquake in southern Iran earlier today. State media reported rescue teams were deployed near the epicentre, Sayeh Khosh village, which is home to around 300 people in Hormozgan province, some 620 miles south of the capital, Tehran. People went into the streets as aftershocks continued to jolt the area after […]

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Pride 50th anniversary

Celebrations in London today More than a million people are expected to descend on the capital for Pride in London on Saturday. It will be the first time the event has been held since the outbreak of the pandemic. The event, which organisers are calling the “biggest and most inclusive event in history”, will also feature a line-up of artists performing across four stages around Central London. Commencing at midday […]

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Spurs complete Richarlison signing

Tottenham have completed the £60million signing of Richarlison from Everton. The Brazil forward has signed a five-year deal at Spurs, moving to London after four years at Goodison Park. Richarlison has now become Tottenham’s fourth summer signing, following Fraser Forster, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma into the north London club. Football managing director Fabio Paratici has wasted little time in handing Spurs boss Antonio Conte the kind of squad reinforcements […]

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PM facing calls to expel former Tory deputy chief whip

Boris Johnson is facing calls to expel the former Tory deputy chief whip from the party after he dramatically quit following a drunken incident. Chris Pincher, who was responsible for maintaining discipline among Conservative MPs, said he had “embarrassed myself and other people” after having had “far too much” to drink. The Sun reported that he stood down after assaulting two fellow guests at the Carlton Club – a Tory […]

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UK fraud office closes four year probe into Chemring

A four-year probe into alleged bribery, corruption and money laundering at grenade and ammunition manufacturer Chemring and one of its subsidiaries by the UK fraud office has been closed without prosecution. The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) opened its investigation into the activities of Chemring, its subsidiary Chemring Technology Solutions and associated persons in 2018 after the division handed its own report to the SFO. The firm – which is headquartered […]

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