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Labour electoral college proposals ‘dead’ as Starmer climbs down over reforms

Labour electoral college proposals ‘dead’ as Starmer climbs down over reforms

Labour electoral college proposals ‘dead’ as Starmer climbs down over reforms

25 September 2021

Deputy leader Angela Rayner said the plan would not be put to the party’s autumn conference.


‘You can’t turn baggage handlers into butchers overnight’, CBI chief warns

‘You can’t turn baggage handlers into butchers overnight’, CBI chief warns

‘You can’t turn baggage handlers into butchers overnight’, CBI chief warns

25 September 2021

Tony Danker has called for a ‘temporary and managed’ system to urgently bring in foreign labour for a number of sectors.


Police investigation looks into four deaths at flagship Glasgow hospital

Police investigation looks into four deaths at flagship Glasgow hospital

Police investigation looks into four deaths at flagship Glasgow hospital

25 September 2021

Officers from Police Scotland are looking into the deaths at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.


Rugby club pays tribute to Met Police officer killed at custody centre

Rugby club pays tribute to Met Police officer killed at custody centre

Rugby club pays tribute to Met Police officer killed at custody centre

25 September 2021

Matt Marriott, is vice-chairman of East Grinstead Rugby Club, said Sgt Ratana was ‘like a dad’ to many of the people at the club.


Panic-buying causing fuel shortages, not supply chain issues, AA head says

Panic-buying causing fuel shortages, not supply chain issues, AA head says

Panic-buying causing fuel shortages, not supply chain issues, AA head says

25 September 2021

Edmund King said the problem should pass in a matter of days if people fill up normally.


Police must make streets safe for women – Victims’ Commissioner

Police must make streets safe for women – Victims’ Commissioner

Police must make streets safe for women – Victims’ Commissioner

25 September 2021

Dame Vera Baird spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme the morning after attending a vigil for teacher Sabina Nessa.


Coronavirus still poses considerable hazard to UK – Professor Van-Tam

Coronavirus still poses considerable hazard to UK – Professor Van-Tam

Coronavirus still poses considerable hazard to UK – Professor Van-Tam

25 September 2021

England’s deputy chief medical officer also urged people to listen to scientists about coronavirus instead of celebrities.


Labour proposes ‘legal duty of care’ on social media firms to stop scams

Labour proposes ‘legal duty of care’ on social media firms to stop scams

Labour proposes ‘legal duty of care’ on social media firms to stop scams

25 September 2021

The party called the Government’s Online Safety Bill ‘weak’.


Working at GB News almost gave me a breakdown, claims Andrew Neil

Working at GB News almost gave me a breakdown, claims Andrew Neil

Working at GB News almost gave me a breakdown, claims Andrew Neil

25 September 2021

The split between the new channel and its chairman and lead presenter has become increasingly bitter.


What the papers say – September 25

What the papers say – September 25

What the papers say – September 25

25 September 2021

Pictures of queues at petrol forecourts feature on many of the Saturday front pages.


Hundreds attend vigil for ‘amazing’ Sabina Nessa as police hunt for killer

Hundreds attend vigil for ‘amazing’ Sabina Nessa as police hunt for killer

Hundreds attend vigil for ‘amazing’ Sabina Nessa as police hunt for killer

24 September 2021

The 28-year-old was attacked in south-east London more than a week ago, with her killer still at large.


Blood donation drive begins in memory of Richard Okorogheye

Blood donation drive begins in memory of Richard Okorogheye

Blood donation drive begins in memory of Richard Okorogheye

24 September 2021

Black donors have been to come forward to ‘do something positive’ in the name of Richard Okorogheye, 19, who had sickle cell disorder.


Duke of York receives court papers over sex assault claims

Duke of York receives court papers over sex assault claims

Duke of York receives court papers over sex assault claims

24 September 2021

Court officials confirmed Andrew received the papers on September 21. He denies the allegations.


Charles curates climate change channel for Amazon Prime

Charles curates climate change channel for Amazon Prime

Charles curates climate change channel for Amazon Prime

24 September 2021

The Prince of Wales has helped launch RE:TV.


Downing Street considering temporary measures to ease HGV driver shortage

Downing Street considering temporary measures to ease HGV driver shortage

Downing Street considering temporary measures to ease HGV driver shortage

24 September 2021

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps promised to ‘move heaven and earth’ to find a solution to the supply chain crisis.


Protesters banned from blocking A20 and Port of Dover after High Court ruling

Protesters banned from blocking A20 and Port of Dover after High Court ruling

Protesters banned from blocking A20 and Port of Dover after High Court ruling

24 September 2021

The order was granted on Friday after fresh action by Insulate Britain.


Cobra-level response demanded as ministers meet over lorry driver shortage

Cobra-level response demanded as ministers meet over lorry driver shortage

Cobra-level response demanded as ministers meet over lorry driver shortage

24 September 2021

The CBI said a Cobra-level task force was needed.


Duchess ‘saddened’ at death of ‘another innocent young woman on our streets’

Duchess ‘saddened’ at death of ‘another innocent young woman on our streets’

Duchess ‘saddened’ at death of ‘another innocent young woman on our streets’

24 September 2021

Kate tweeted in a personal capacity as police continued to search for Sabina Nessa’s killer.


Make-or-break moment for Starmer at first in-person Labour conference since 2019

Make-or-break moment for Starmer at first in-person Labour conference since 2019

Make-or-break moment for Starmer at first in-person Labour conference since 2019

24 September 2021

Labour Party members will head to Brighton on Saturday for the conference, which runs until Wednesday.


Meghan reads her children’s book to pupils during New York school visit

Meghan reads her children’s book to pupils during New York school visit

Meghan reads her children’s book to pupils during New York school visit

24 September 2021

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex staged a low-key school visit on their second day in the city.


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