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Tributes paid to ‘much loved’ astrophysicist shot dead in the US

Tributes paid to ‘much loved’ astrophysicist shot dead in the US

Tributes paid to ‘much loved’ astrophysicist shot dead in the US

21 January 2022

Dr Matthew Willson died following a shooting on Sunday.


Senior Tory MP to meet police to discuss No 10 ‘blackmail’ claims

Senior Tory MP to meet police to discuss No 10 ‘blackmail’ claims

Senior Tory MP to meet police to discuss No 10 ‘blackmail’ claims

21 January 2022

William Wragg will meet a Scotland Yard detective over his allegation Downing St tried to intimidate MPs seeking oust Boris Johnson


Rare De Heem painting at risk of leaving UK

Rare De Heem painting at risk of leaving UK

Rare De Heem painting at risk of leaving UK

21 January 2022

A temporary export bar has been put in place in the hope of finding a buyer so it can stay in the country.


US man accused of faking his own death remanded in custody

US man accused of faking his own death remanded in custody

US man accused of faking his own death remanded in custody

21 January 2022

The man was first arrested on December 13 after being admitted to hospital with coronavirus under the name Arthur Knight.


British police granted extra time to quiz men over Texas synagogue stand-off

British police granted extra time to quiz men over Texas synagogue stand-off

British police granted extra time to quiz men over Texas synagogue stand-off

21 January 2022

The two men who were arrested on Thursday in Birmingham and Manchester remain in custody.


‘Time to be ourselves again’ – Taoiseach announces end to Covid-19 restrictions

‘Time to be ourselves again’ – Taoiseach announces end to Covid-19 restrictions

‘Time to be ourselves again’ – Taoiseach announces end to Covid-19 restrictions

21 January 2022

Cabinet has agreed to lift all regulations, except for mask-wearing, self-isolation and Covid passes for international travel, from 6am on Saturday.


No 10 staff ‘partied to 1am’ on eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral

No 10 staff ‘partied to 1am’ on eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral

No 10 staff ‘partied to 1am’ on eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral

21 January 2022

Takeaway pizzas were ordered in during the seven-hour drinking session, according to The Daily Telegraph


Fund set up nearly a century ago will be used towards paying off national debt

Fund set up nearly a century ago will be used towards paying off national debt

Fund set up nearly a century ago will be used towards paying off national debt

21 January 2022

The National Fund was set up by a deed of trust.


Banksy dinghy artwork to be moved from beach where girl was killed by inflatable

Banksy dinghy artwork to be moved from beach where girl was killed by inflatable

Banksy dinghy artwork to be moved from beach where girl was killed by inflatable

21 January 2022

The artist created a series of artworks in Norfolk and Suffolk in August 2021, dubbed A Great British Spraycation.


Plea to Government to take urgent action to deal with energy crisis

Plea to Government to take urgent action to deal with energy crisis

Plea to Government to take urgent action to deal with energy crisis

21 January 2022

The Chancellor has been asked to act decisively.


British doctor ‘shot dead while lying in bed in Georgia’

British doctor ‘shot dead while lying in bed in Georgia’

British doctor ‘shot dead while lying in bed in Georgia’

21 January 2022

Dr Matthew Willson, 31, was found dead at 2am local time in his bed in an apartment block in Clairmont Road, Buford Highway.


Belfast councillors vote to stop Union flag flying on Andrew’s birthday

Belfast councillors vote to stop Union flag flying on Andrew’s birthday

Belfast councillors vote to stop Union flag flying on Andrew’s birthday

21 January 2022

The Duke of York is facing a civil sexual assault case in the US but denies the allegations.


Powerhouse rocker Meat Loaf was ‘a big man with a big heart’

Powerhouse rocker Meat Loaf was ‘a big man with a big heart’

Powerhouse rocker Meat Loaf was ‘a big man with a big heart’

21 January 2022

The US singer, known for hits like Bat Out Of Hell, has died at the age of 74.


Latest Covid-19 case rates for UK local authority areas

Latest Covid-19 case rates for UK local authority areas

Latest Covid-19 case rates for UK local authority areas

21 January 2022

Just two local areas have recorded a week-on-week rise in rates.


Alice Cooper remembers close friend Meat Loaf in touching tribute

Alice Cooper remembers close friend Meat Loaf in touching tribute

Alice Cooper remembers close friend Meat Loaf in touching tribute

21 January 2022

The singer has died aged 74.


Hope and apprehension in Ireland’s pubs ahead of restrictions lifting

Hope and apprehension in Ireland’s pubs ahead of restrictions lifting

Hope and apprehension in Ireland’s pubs ahead of restrictions lifting

21 January 2022

The Irish Government has announced a major reopening after weeks of tough restrictions introduced amid fears over the Omicron variant.


Mother jailed for life after murdering boyfriend at New Year’s Eve party

Mother jailed for life after murdering boyfriend at New Year’s Eve party

Mother jailed for life after murdering boyfriend at New Year’s Eve party

21 January 2022

Hannah Sindrey, 24, stabbed Paul Fletcher , 31, to death at her flat in Rayleigh, Essex, in the early hours of January 1, 2021.


Covid restrictions set to be lifted from 6am on Saturday

Covid restrictions set to be lifted from 6am on Saturday

Covid restrictions set to be lifted from 6am on Saturday

21 January 2022

Cabinet met on Friday on foot of advice from public health bosses that the vast majority of pandemic restrictions can be lifted on a phased basis.


Chris Boardman to lead new active travel agency

Chris Boardman to lead new active travel agency

Chris Boardman to lead new active travel agency

21 January 2022

The Olympic cycling gold medallist has been appointed interim commissioner of Active Travel England.


Stormont Health Minister ‘cautiously optimistic’ on Covid-19

Stormont Health Minister ‘cautiously optimistic’ on Covid-19

Stormont Health Minister ‘cautiously optimistic’ on Covid-19

21 January 2022

Robin Swann was speaking the day after a swathe of relaxations to the Covid restrictions were announced by the Executive.


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