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Rebekah Vardy ‘benefited financially after leaking stories about Coleen Rooney’

Rebekah Vardy ‘benefited financially after leaking stories about Coleen Rooney’

Rebekah Vardy ‘benefited financially after leaking stories about Coleen Rooney’

18 June 2021

Mrs Vardy is suing for libel after claims she had leaked false stories about Mrs Rooney’s private life in October 2019.


BA plane damaged after tipping on to nose at Heathrow

BA plane damaged after tipping on to nose at Heathrow

BA plane damaged after tipping on to nose at Heathrow

18 June 2021

The incident involved a freighter-only aircraft with no passengers on board.


Assisted dying campaigner Paul Lamb ‘finally at peace’ as he dies aged 65

Assisted dying campaigner Paul Lamb ‘finally at peace’ as he dies aged 65

Assisted dying campaigner Paul Lamb ‘finally at peace’ as he dies aged 65

18 June 2021

The father-of-two’s carer Francesca Hepworth said he is ‘finally at peace’ after suffering with chronic pain as a result of a car crash in 1990.


Chelsea Flower Show to feature Cop26 garden with ‘strong political message’

Chelsea Flower Show to feature Cop26 garden with ‘strong political message’

Chelsea Flower Show to feature Cop26 garden with ‘strong political message’

18 June 2021

The Royal Horticultural Society wants to convince Government about the power of gardening to help the environment.


Ex-GB athlete diagnosed with MND drives team to Thames pedalo record

Ex-GB athlete diagnosed with MND drives team to Thames pedalo record

Ex-GB athlete diagnosed with MND drives team to Thames pedalo record

18 June 2021

A team led by former athlete Alex Gibson, who has been diagnosed with motor neurone disease, shaved around seven hours off the record on the Thames.


Lib Dems’ Chesham and Amersham win ‘sends shockwave through British politics’

Lib Dems’ Chesham and Amersham win ‘sends shockwave through British politics’

Lib Dems’ Chesham and Amersham win ‘sends shockwave through British politics’

18 June 2021

Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party suffered a humiliating defeat in the by-election.


Coveney: DUP needs to be given ‘space’ to respond to challenges it faces

Coveney: DUP needs to be given ‘space’ to respond to challenges it faces

Coveney: DUP needs to be given ‘space’ to respond to challenges it faces

18 June 2021

Edwin Poots resigned as leader after just three weeks amid party anger over his nomination of Paul Givan as First Minister.


Apology does not help rape victims whose cases were dropped, commissioner warns

Apology does not help rape victims whose cases were dropped, commissioner warns

Apology does not help rape victims whose cases were dropped, commissioner warns

18 June 2021

Dame Vera Baird QC, the Victims’ Commissioner, also called for complainants to be given free legal advice before handing their mobile phone to police.


Retailers suffer surprise sales fall despite reopening

Retailers suffer surprise sales fall despite reopening

Retailers suffer surprise sales fall despite reopening

18 June 2021

The key UK retail sector saw sales dip by 0.8% in May compared to April.


Tesco plans first checkout-free stores and sees normal shopping patterns return

Tesco plans first checkout-free stores and sees normal shopping patterns return

Tesco plans first checkout-free stores and sees normal shopping patterns return

18 June 2021

The supermarket enjoyed a boost in sales in the UK, driven in part by a strong recovery in its wholesale division, Booker.


Starbucks UK extends losses as pandemic takes its toll

Starbucks UK extends losses as pandemic takes its toll

Starbucks UK extends losses as pandemic takes its toll

18 June 2021

The coffee chain increased losses by 83% to £41m in the year to September 2020 due to closures in the year of Covid.


Notting Hill Carnival taken off streets due to Covid-19 for second year

Notting Hill Carnival taken off streets due to Covid-19 for second year

Notting Hill Carnival taken off streets due to Covid-19 for second year

18 June 2021

Organiser Matthew Phillip warned earlier this year that prolonged social distancing would be ‘devastating’ for Europe’s biggest street party.


Liberal Democrats upset the odds with historic Chesham and Amersham victory

Liberal Democrats upset the odds with historic Chesham and Amersham victory

Liberal Democrats upset the odds with historic Chesham and Amersham victory

18 June 2021

Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party suffered a stunning reverse in a seat which had previously only had Tory MPs.


Chesham and Amersham ‘shockwave’ puts crack in Tory Blue Wall

Chesham and Amersham ‘shockwave’ puts crack in Tory Blue Wall

Chesham and Amersham ‘shockwave’ puts crack in Tory Blue Wall

18 June 2021

Boris Johnson will be faced with some harsh realities after his party’s stunning by-election loss in the Conservatives’ heartland.


Mother of murder victim ‘devastated’ as suspect cites Covid-19 to apply for bail

Mother of murder victim ‘devastated’ as suspect cites Covid-19 to apply for bail

Mother of murder victim ‘devastated’ as suspect cites Covid-19 to apply for bail

18 June 2021

Danielle McLaughlin was found dead in a popular holiday destination in Goa, India, in March 2017.


Commons Speaker to welcome Nancy Pelosi for G7 conference

Commons Speaker to welcome Nancy Pelosi for G7 conference

Commons Speaker to welcome Nancy Pelosi for G7 conference

18 June 2021

Protecting parliaments from terrorism is set to be on the agenda at the meeting in September.


Vardy seeks to throw out parts of Rooney defence in ‘Wagatha Christie’ battle

Vardy seeks to throw out parts of Rooney defence in ‘Wagatha Christie’ battle

Vardy seeks to throw out parts of Rooney defence in ‘Wagatha Christie’ battle

18 June 2021

Rebekah Vardy will ask a High Court judge to dismiss part of Coleen Rooney’s defence in their libel battle.


Food exports to Europe plunge after Brexit

Food exports to Europe plunge after Brexit

Food exports to Europe plunge after Brexit

18 June 2021

The drop has reduced trade by around £2 billion.


Robert Buckland admits budget cuts were factor in low rape conviction rates

Robert Buckland admits budget cuts were factor in low rape conviction rates

Robert Buckland admits budget cuts were factor in low rape conviction rates

18 June 2021

‘It’s not good enough – we’ve got to do a lot better’, the minister said.


What went wrong for Edwin Poots, the DUP’s shortest-serving leader?

What went wrong for Edwin Poots, the DUP’s shortest-serving leader?

What went wrong for Edwin Poots, the DUP’s shortest-serving leader?

18 June 2021

The policy stance that ultimately undid the politican was the one he took on Irish language.


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