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UK and EU must go ‘extra mile’ over protocol row, Starmer tells NI businesses

UK and EU must go ‘extra mile’ over protocol row, Starmer tells NI businesses

UK and EU must go ‘extra mile’ over protocol row, Starmer tells NI businesses

18 May 2022

The Labour leader was speaking at an event for Northern Ireland businesses on Wednesday.


Kate delights at sunsoaked Buckingham Palace garden party

Kate delights at sunsoaked Buckingham Palace garden party

Kate delights at sunsoaked Buckingham Palace garden party

18 May 2022

The Earl and Countess of Wessex and Princess Alexandra were also in attendance.


SNP supports higher whisky prices, claims Jacob Rees-Mogg

SNP supports higher whisky prices, claims Jacob Rees-Mogg

SNP supports higher whisky prices, claims Jacob Rees-Mogg

18 May 2022

Mr Rees-Mogg’s ministerial responsibilities include ‘Brexit opportunities’.


Joy Division stars reflect on Ian Curtis’ suicide during 42nd anniversary event

Joy Division stars reflect on Ian Curtis’ suicide during 42nd anniversary event

Joy Division stars reflect on Ian Curtis’ suicide during 42nd anniversary event

18 May 2022

Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris spoke during the panel session attended by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.


Horizon probe told children’s piggy banks raided to raise cash to meet shortfall

Horizon probe told children’s piggy banks raided to raise cash to meet shortfall

Horizon probe told children’s piggy banks raided to raise cash to meet shortfall

18 May 2022

A tearful Mrs Rainey said her mother and father withdrew as much money as they could from their bank accounts.


Ex-diplomat pins blame on Truss for ‘turnips’ Brexit comments

Ex-diplomat pins blame on Truss for ‘turnips’ Brexit comments

Ex-diplomat pins blame on Truss for ‘turnips’ Brexit comments

18 May 2022

Liz Truss is being blamed for comments suggesting that a no-deal Brexit would only ‘affect a few farmers with turnips in the back of their trucks’.


Two more cases of monkeypox identified in UK, bringing total to nine

Two more cases of monkeypox identified in UK, bringing total to nine

Two more cases of monkeypox identified in UK, bringing total to nine

18 May 2022

Cases were reported in London and south-east England, according to the UK Health Security Agency.


MP Claudia Webbe ‘looking forward to clearing her name’

MP Claudia Webbe ‘looking forward to clearing her name’

MP Claudia Webbe ‘looking forward to clearing her name’

18 May 2022

The Leicester East MP was handed a 10-week jail term, suspended for two years, after she was found guilty last November following a trial.


Britain’s biggest ever EuroMillions winners to go public

Britain’s biggest ever EuroMillions winners to go public

Britain’s biggest ever EuroMillions winners to go public

18 May 2022

The winners are a couple from Gloucestershire.


Fulham Football Club wins appeal over youth player tackle injury claim

Fulham Football Club wins appeal over youth player tackle injury claim

Fulham Football Club wins appeal over youth player tackle injury claim

18 May 2022

A Swansea under-18s player brought a damages claim against the club arguing that the tackle amounted to assault or negligence.


Rare Chinese vase sells for £1.5 million after being spotted in kitchen

Rare Chinese vase sells for £1.5 million after being spotted in kitchen

Rare Chinese vase sells for £1.5 million after being spotted in kitchen

18 May 2022

It was bought by a surgeon in England for a few hundred pounds in the 1980s.


‘Serious concerns’ over legacy legislation – Irish foreign minister

‘Serious concerns’ over legacy legislation – Irish foreign minister

‘Serious concerns’ over legacy legislation – Irish foreign minister

18 May 2022

The Bill will see immunity from prosecution for Troubles-era crimes offered to those deemed to have co-operated with an information retrieval body.


New £600m plan to fight benefit fraud to be unveiled

New £600m plan to fight benefit fraud to be unveiled

New £600m plan to fight benefit fraud to be unveiled

18 May 2022

The plan will involve 2,000 trained specialists reviewing two million universal credit claims over the next five years.


I couldn’t cope anymore, former sub-postmistress tells Horizon IT inquiry

I couldn’t cope anymore, former sub-postmistress tells Horizon IT inquiry

I couldn’t cope anymore, former sub-postmistress tells Horizon IT inquiry

18 May 2022

Heather Earley, from Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, described how one customer to her branch repeatedly exploited a flaw in the system.


BBC to air MI5 agent investigation following High Court ruling

BBC to air MI5 agent investigation following High Court ruling

BBC to air MI5 agent investigation following High Court ruling

18 May 2022

The corporation said the story is ‘firmly in the public interest’ and will run in the coming days.


Serial burglar who fled after tying pensioner to a chair is convicted of murder

Serial burglar who fled after tying pensioner to a chair is convicted of murder

Serial burglar who fled after tying pensioner to a chair is convicted of murder

18 May 2022

Adris Mohammed returned to his victim’s home nine days later to hunt for more things to steal.


SNP MP Angus MacNeil found guilty of careless driving after teenager hit

SNP MP Angus MacNeil found guilty of careless driving after teenager hit

SNP MP Angus MacNeil found guilty of careless driving after teenager hit

18 May 2022

The Western Isles MP has also been fined £1,500.


Truss wants reassurance over ‘appalling’ behaviour before lifting Oxfam aid ban

Truss wants reassurance over ‘appalling’ behaviour before lifting Oxfam aid ban

Truss wants reassurance over ‘appalling’ behaviour before lifting Oxfam aid ban

18 May 2022

The UK suspended aid funding to the charity in April 2021 following sexual misconduct claims against staff.


Risk factors for dementia may vary with age, study suggests

Risk factors for dementia may vary with age, study suggests

Risk factors for dementia may vary with age, study suggests

18 May 2022

Researchers suggest the findings could help to accurately predict someone’s risk of developing the condition.


Patel ‘pushing ahead’ with Rwanda migrant plan as 900 cross Channel in four days

Patel ‘pushing ahead’ with Rwanda migrant plan as 900 cross Channel in four days

Patel ‘pushing ahead’ with Rwanda migrant plan as 900 cross Channel in four days

18 May 2022

The Home Secretary discussed progress on the agreement in a meeting with Rwandan foreign minister Vincent Biruta on Wednesday.


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