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Man ‘died after catching salmonella from duck eggs bought at Messingham Show’

Man ‘died after catching salmonella from duck eggs bought at Messingham Show’

Man ‘died after catching salmonella from duck eggs bought at Messingham Show’

27 June 2022

Niptoon Tavakoli, 65, died in hospital two months after taking ill in June 2019, an inquest jury heard on Monday.


‘She opened the door to hell’ – Maxwell victims to speak out at sentencing

‘She opened the door to hell’ – Maxwell victims to speak out at sentencing

‘She opened the door to hell’ – Maxwell victims to speak out at sentencing

27 June 2022

A number of victim impact statements have been submitted to the court for consideration.


Medics in pay restoration vow after ‘30% real-terms pay cut since 2008’

Medics in pay restoration vow after ‘30% real-terms pay cut since 2008’

Medics in pay restoration vow after ‘30% real-terms pay cut since 2008’

27 June 2022

One medic said that it could take industrial action to persuade governments on the issue.


Food bodies raise concern about lack of import controls post Brexit

Food bodies raise concern about lack of import controls post Brexit

Food bodies raise concern about lack of import controls post Brexit

27 June 2022

A joint report from the Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland raised concerns.


Women ‘less likely than men to say they are coping on their income’

Women ‘less likely than men to say they are coping on their income’

Women ‘less likely than men to say they are coping on their income’

27 June 2022

Research also indicated rising living costs may be pushing healthier food choices down people’s priority lists.


Refuse permission for new homes more than 10 minutes from shops – charity

Refuse permission for new homes more than 10 minutes from shops – charity

Refuse permission for new homes more than 10 minutes from shops – charity

27 June 2022

Sustrans said the planning framework should recommend councils turn down developments that are not close to amenities.


Union warns of geographical ‘cold spots’ in access to humanities degrees

Union warns of geographical ‘cold spots’ in access to humanities degrees

Union warns of geographical ‘cold spots’ in access to humanities degrees

27 June 2022

An English literature lecturer has decried ‘cultural vandalism’ over the loss of humanities degrees at post-1992 institutions.


Ghislaine Maxwell facing up to 65 years in prison for sex trafficking

Ghislaine Maxwell facing up to 65 years in prison for sex trafficking

Ghislaine Maxwell facing up to 65 years in prison for sex trafficking

27 June 2022

The British Socialite will be sentenced in the Southern District of New York on Tuesday.


Abuse of shop workers rises again as staff blame cost-of-living stress

Abuse of shop workers rises again as staff blame cost-of-living stress

Abuse of shop workers rises again as staff blame cost-of-living stress

27 June 2022

A quarter of staff who have faced increased hostility said they believe the rise is partly due to the sharp increase in the cost of living.


Stoltenberg sets out plan for biggest overhaul of Nato since the Cold War

Stoltenberg sets out plan for biggest overhaul of Nato since the Cold War

Stoltenberg sets out plan for biggest overhaul of Nato since the Cold War

27 June 2022

Boris Johnson will join allies in Spain on Tuesday for a summit Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg said would be ‘transformative’.


Teenage girl killed by car after trip to McDonald’s with friends – inquest

Teenage girl killed by car after trip to McDonald’s with friends – inquest

Teenage girl killed by car after trip to McDonald’s with friends – inquest

27 June 2022

Mya Lawrence was walking home when she was hit by a car on the A256 road near Dover, Kent.


Witnesses relive fearless rescue from fireball house

Witnesses relive fearless rescue from fireball house

Witnesses relive fearless rescue from fireball house

27 June 2022

A man escaped with his life after being pulled to safety from the wreckage by around a dozen Good Samaritans but a woman has died.


Care leavers in Wales to benefit from Basic Income pilot scheme

Care leavers in Wales to benefit from Basic Income pilot scheme

Care leavers in Wales to benefit from Basic Income pilot scheme

27 June 2022

From July 1, more than 500 people leaving care in Wales will be offered £1,600 each month for two years to support them move into adult life.


Jeremy Corbyn set to give evidence at High Court trial after libel claim

Jeremy Corbyn set to give evidence at High Court trial after libel claim

Jeremy Corbyn set to give evidence at High Court trial after libel claim

27 June 2022

Political blogger Richard Millett has sued Mr Corbyn over remarks he made during an interview on the BBC’s The Andrew Marr Show in 2018.


G7 leaders condemn ‘sham’ trials for Britons fighting in Ukraine

G7 leaders condemn ‘sham’ trials for Britons fighting in Ukraine

G7 leaders condemn ‘sham’ trials for Britons fighting in Ukraine

27 June 2022

Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner were sentenced to death by courts in a Russian proxy breakaway state in eastern Ukraine.


Queen arrives in Edinburgh for historic Ceremony of the Keys at Holyrood

Queen arrives in Edinburgh for historic Ceremony of the Keys at Holyrood

Queen arrives in Edinburgh for historic Ceremony of the Keys at Holyrood

27 June 2022

The monarch was accompanied by her youngest son, Edward, and his wife, Sophie.


Fresh court delays as barristers walk out on first day of strike action

Fresh court delays as barristers walk out on first day of strike action

Fresh court delays as barristers walk out on first day of strike action

27 June 2022

Criminal lawyers have taken industrial action in a dispute over pay and conditions.


Record crowds expected as Wimbledon returns at full capacity

Record crowds expected as Wimbledon returns at full capacity

Record crowds expected as Wimbledon returns at full capacity

27 June 2022

Sally Bolton, chief executive of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, told reporters that changes to the schedule mean a ‘record crowd’ is expected.


Infected blood victims had ‘incredibly bad luck’, Sir John Major tells inquiry

Infected blood victims had ‘incredibly bad luck’, Sir John Major tells inquiry

Infected blood victims had ‘incredibly bad luck’, Sir John Major tells inquiry

27 June 2022

The infection of up to 30,000 people with HIV or hepatitis C from contaminated blood has been called the NHS’s biggest treatment disaster.


Johnson insists cost of Ukraine support is price worth paying

Johnson insists cost of Ukraine support is price worth paying

Johnson insists cost of Ukraine support is price worth paying

27 June 2022

Boris Johnson was speaking at the G7 summit, where Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky was pleading with world leaders for extra help.


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