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Aer Lingus pilots announce eight-hour strike and accuse airline of ‘antagonism’

Aer Lingus pilots announce eight-hour strike and accuse airline of ‘antagonism’

Aer Lingus pilots announce eight-hour strike and accuse airline of ‘antagonism’

21 June 2024

Pilots at the airline will go on strike on Saturday June 29 as part of their pay dispute.


King and Queen’s dream of second Ascot winner must wait until final day

King and Queen’s dream of second Ascot winner must wait until final day

King and Queen’s dream of second Ascot winner must wait until final day

21 June 2024

The royal couple took on the late Queen’s thoroughbreds and last year had their first Royal Ascot winner.


Johnson calls on Starmer to ‘revoke’ claim Corbyn would have made better PM

Johnson calls on Starmer to ‘revoke’ claim Corbyn would have made better PM

Johnson calls on Starmer to ‘revoke’ claim Corbyn would have made better PM

21 June 2024

The former Conservative prime minister waded into the debate after Sir Keir would not repeat the assertion when speaking to journalists.


PSNI civilian staff set for 24-hour industrial action

PSNI civilian staff set for 24-hour industrial action

PSNI civilian staff set for 24-hour industrial action

21 June 2024

The action is planned to run from July 11-12.


Man who wore headband in support of Hamas spared punishment

Man who wore headband in support of Hamas spared punishment

Man who wore headband in support of Hamas spared punishment

21 June 2024

Khaled Hajsaad, 24, who has been living in Birmingham, wore the clothing at a pro-Palestine rally in Trafalgar Square on November 25 2023.


Election campaign day 30: Sunak fails to move on from betting scandal

Election campaign day 30: Sunak fails to move on from betting scandal

Election campaign day 30: Sunak fails to move on from betting scandal

21 June 2024

The Prime Minister repeated his formulaic answers when pressed repeatedly on whether others could be implicated.


Tories to focus on night-time economy ‘in first 100 days of government’

Tories to focus on night-time economy ‘in first 100 days of government’

Tories to focus on night-time economy ‘in first 100 days of government’

21 June 2024

The Conservatives used the announcement to attack Labour’s record on nightlife in London and Wales.


Fact check: Question Time Leaders’ Special and viral payments claim

Fact check: Question Time Leaders’ Special and viral payments claim

Fact check: Question Time Leaders’ Special and viral payments claim

21 June 2024

Round-up of claims from the campaign trail checked by Full Fact, including the Question Time Leaders’ Special.


Knife toll: Teenagers and children who stabbed other young people to death

Knife toll: Teenagers and children who stabbed other young people to death

Knife toll: Teenagers and children who stabbed other young people to death

21 June 2024

There have been a number of high profile cases this year where young people have killed others with knives.


Swinney: Tory candidates should face consequences for backing Brexit

Swinney: Tory candidates should face consequences for backing Brexit

Swinney: Tory candidates should face consequences for backing Brexit

21 June 2024

The First Minister will launch his party’s rural manifesto at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh on Saturday.


Investigation into cyber attack ‘could take weeks’, says NHS England

Investigation into cyber attack ‘could take weeks’, says NHS England

Investigation into cyber attack ‘could take weeks’, says NHS England

21 June 2024

Russian group Qilin attacked Synnovis, which provides pathology services to NHS trusts and GP services, primarily in south-east London, on June 3.


Seats visited by the main party leaders so far during the election campaign

Seats visited by the main party leaders so far during the election campaign

Seats visited by the main party leaders so far during the election campaign

21 June 2024

Rishi Sunak has campaigned in eight constituencies where the Tories are defending notional majorities of more than 20,000.


Seven-month-old baby mauled by dog named by police

Seven-month-old baby mauled by dog named by police

Seven-month-old baby mauled by dog named by police

21 June 2024

Elle Doherty died shortly after suffering head injuries caused by the pet dog.


Driver who was on phone jailed over crash that left elderly couple dead

Driver who was on phone jailed over crash that left elderly couple dead

Driver who was on phone jailed over crash that left elderly couple dead

21 June 2024

Clive and Elaine Jones died when Patricia Pringle’s Volkswagen, which was on the wrong side of the road, collided head-on with their Fiat.


Heaton-Harris suggests Casement Park won’t lose out on chance to host Euro 2028

Heaton-Harris suggests Casement Park won’t lose out on chance to host Euro 2028

Heaton-Harris suggests Casement Park won’t lose out on chance to host Euro 2028

21 June 2024

Stormont junior minister Aisling Reilly has said it would be ‘unthinkable’ for Northern Ireland not to have the chance to host the tournament.


Lucy Letby told police she did not dislodge baby’s breathing tube, court hears

Lucy Letby told police she did not dislodge baby’s breathing tube, court hears

Lucy Letby told police she did not dislodge baby’s breathing tube, court hears

21 June 2024

The 34-year-old is on trial at Manchester Crown Court accused of the attempted murder of Child K at the Countess of Chester Hospital in 2016.


‘More to do’ to maintain peace and improve Anglo-Irish relations – Irish premier

‘More to do’ to maintain peace and improve Anglo-Irish relations – Irish premier

‘More to do’ to maintain peace and improve Anglo-Irish relations – Irish premier

21 June 2024

Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris said the British-Irish Council ‘should be part of the calendar’ for the next British prime minister.


Former subpostmasters union leader ‘privately tipped off Post Office on Horizon’

Former subpostmasters union leader ‘privately tipped off Post Office on Horizon’

Former subpostmasters union leader ‘privately tipped off Post Office on Horizon’

21 June 2024

George Thomson, former general secretary of the National Federation of Subpostmasters, gave evidence at the Post Office inquiry on Friday.


Teenager in court on murder charge after death of e-bike rider, 17

Teenager in court on murder charge after death of e-bike rider, 17

Teenager in court on murder charge after death of e-bike rider, 17

21 June 2024

The accused was granted bail after appearing at Falkirk Sheriff Court on Friday over the death of Aaron McPherson.


Tories raised less than £1 million in first two weeks of campaign

Tories raised less than £1 million in first two weeks of campaign

Tories raised less than £1 million in first two weeks of campaign

21 June 2024

Donations to the Conservatives are well down on those during the 2019 campaign, while Labour has raised more than £5 million.


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