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Cleverly hopes to help displaced people but ensure ‘goodwill’ of UK not eroded

Cleverly hopes to help displaced people but ensure ‘goodwill’ of UK not eroded

Cleverly hopes to help displaced people but ensure ‘goodwill’ of UK not eroded

27 February 2024

Mr Cleverly said Western powers must help would-be migrants to ‘stay and thrive at home’ in order to stem the international migration crisis.


Charles to miss memorial service for his second cousin, the last king of Greece

Charles to miss memorial service for his second cousin, the last king of Greece

Charles to miss memorial service for his second cousin, the last king of Greece

27 February 2024

The Queen will lead the royal family at St George’s Chapel.


Covid inquiry to examine Welsh government’s response to pandemic

Covid inquiry to examine Welsh government’s response to pandemic

Covid inquiry to examine Welsh government’s response to pandemic

27 February 2024

The UK Covid-19 Inquiry resumes on Tuesday, looking into the Welsh government’s decision-making during the period.


Ex-Post Office chairman Henry Staunton to be questioned by MPs

Ex-Post Office chairman Henry Staunton to be questioned by MPs

Ex-Post Office chairman Henry Staunton to be questioned by MPs

27 February 2024

Current Post Office chief executive Nick Read and subpostmasters including Alan Bates will also answer questions during the hearing.


What the papers say – February 27

What the papers say – February 27

What the papers say – February 27

27 February 2024

A range of stories feature of the front of the nation’s papers on Tuesday.


Private company to join search for two-year-old who fell into river

Private company to join search for two-year-old who fell into river

Private company to join search for two-year-old who fell into river

27 February 2024

A search was launched to find Xielo Maruziva after Leicestershire Police received reports that the little boy fell into the water on February 18.


Chancellor refers himself to Commons standards tsar after school auction offer

Chancellor refers himself to Commons standards tsar after school auction offer

Chancellor refers himself to Commons standards tsar after school auction offer

26 February 2024

Jeremy Hunt offered parents at his children’s school the opportunity to have afternoon tea in Parliament, during a fundraising drive.


Kit Harington to star in UK premiere of Slave Play

Kit Harington to star in UK premiere of Slave Play

Kit Harington to star in UK premiere of Slave Play

26 February 2024

The play will run from June 29 until September 21 at the Noel Coward Theatre in London.


Private company to join search for two-year-old who fell into river

Private company to join search for two-year-old who fell into river

Private company to join search for two-year-old who fell into river

26 February 2024

A search was launched to find Xielo Maruziva after reports that the little boy fell into the River Soar on February 18.


Unionists ‘must convince people across Northern Ireland of UK’s benefits’

Unionists ‘must convince people across Northern Ireland of UK’s benefits’

Unionists ‘must convince people across Northern Ireland of UK’s benefits’

26 February 2024

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson made a plea to the DUP’s ‘detractors’ about the need to recognise that support for the Union is not as strong among the young.


Protest organisers should have to give more warning to the police, say MPs

Protest organisers should have to give more warning to the police, say MPs

Protest organisers should have to give more warning to the police, say MPs

26 February 2024

A Home Affairs Committee report found demonstrations were placing ‘unsustainable pressure’ on police forces.


Wettest-ever February in some areas but UK rainfall record unlikely to be broken

Wettest-ever February in some areas but UK rainfall record unlikely to be broken

Wettest-ever February in some areas but UK rainfall record unlikely to be broken

26 February 2024

The UK has seen nearly a third more rain than would be expected for February, the Met Office said.


Murder investigation after man dies in Streatham house fire

Murder investigation after man dies in Streatham house fire

Murder investigation after man dies in Streatham house fire

26 February 2024

A 34-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder and arson with intent to endanger life.


Welsh cancer patients waiting longer for care than other countries, study shows

Welsh cancer patients waiting longer for care than other countries, study shows

Welsh cancer patients waiting longer for care than other countries, study shows

26 February 2024

Cancer Research UK has called on the Welsh Government to move ‘further and faster’ on improving cancer care in the country.


Shapps: RAF will continue strikes until Houthi attacks on Red Sea shipping end

Shapps: RAF will continue strikes until Houthi attacks on Red Sea shipping end

Shapps: RAF will continue strikes until Houthi attacks on Red Sea shipping end

26 February 2024

The Defence Secretary made the pledge as he updated MPs on the latest military operation.


Releasing high-risk prisoner with no further monitoring was ‘concern’ – inquest

Releasing high-risk prisoner with no further monitoring was ‘concern’ – inquest

Releasing high-risk prisoner with no further monitoring was ‘concern’ – inquest

26 February 2024

Paranoid schizophrenic Zephaniah McLeod killed Jacob Billington, 23, and injured seven others months in a stabbing spree after his release.


Help people to thrive in their own country to stop migration crisis – Cleverly

Help people to thrive in their own country to stop migration crisis – Cleverly

Help people to thrive in their own country to stop migration crisis – Cleverly

26 February 2024

The Home Secretary will use a speech in New York to urge countries to ‘do more, together’ to prevent migrants from heading to the West.


Families accuse police of ‘ongoing mismanagement’ over Calocane case

Families accuse police of ‘ongoing mismanagement’ over Calocane case

Families accuse police of ‘ongoing mismanagement’ over Calocane case

26 February 2024

Nottinghamshire Police have come under fire from the relatives of Valdo Calocane’s victims.


Pattie Boyd’s love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison to be auctioned

Pattie Boyd’s love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison to be auctioned

Pattie Boyd’s love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison to be auctioned

26 February 2024

The letters will be on public view at Christie’s headquarters in London in March.


Irish president urges countries to ‘think again’ over withdrawal of Gaza funding

Irish president urges countries to ‘think again’ over withdrawal of Gaza funding

Irish president urges countries to ‘think again’ over withdrawal of Gaza funding

26 February 2024

Funding for the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees has been frozen by several countries.


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