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Body of man aged in 20s recovered from lake in Doncaster

Body of man aged in 20s recovered from lake in Doncaster

Body of man aged in 20s recovered from lake in Doncaster

13 August 2022

Emergency services attended the scene at Lakeside lake after receiving calls that a man, aged in his 20s, had got into difficulty in the water.


Remote Icelandic community fights to save pufflings with puffin patrols

Remote Icelandic community fights to save pufflings with puffin patrols

Remote Icelandic community fights to save pufflings with puffin patrols

13 August 2022

Residents of Heimaey, an island off the coast of Iceland, form puffin patrols to rescue chicks


Salman Rushdie stabbing – man enters not guilty plea

Salman Rushdie stabbing – man enters not guilty plea

Salman Rushdie stabbing – man enters not guilty plea

13 August 2022

The Indian-born British author sustained injuries to his eye, arm and liver in the attack on Friday.


Artwork of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang invention has sold for £3,500

Artwork of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang invention has sold for £3,500

Artwork of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang invention has sold for £3,500

13 August 2022

A collection of items from the beloved 1968 film went under the hammer on Saturday.


Boris Johnson only PM I’ve worked with who has disgraced the office – Sturgeon

Boris Johnson only PM I’ve worked with who has disgraced the office – Sturgeon

Boris Johnson only PM I’ve worked with who has disgraced the office – Sturgeon

13 August 2022

Appearing at a panel event at the Edinburgh Fringe on Saturday, Ms Sturgeon tackled a number of issues.


‘I’ve gone and done it’ – Climber, 82, bags final Munro

‘I’ve gone and done it’ – Climber, 82, bags final Munro

‘I’ve gone and done it’ – Climber, 82, bags final Munro

13 August 2022

Nick Gardner has completed the impressive feat of scaling all of Scotland’s highest peaks.


Formal talks to be held next week between Aslef and train companies

Formal talks to be held next week between Aslef and train companies

Formal talks to be held next week between Aslef and train companies

13 August 2022

It comes amid a 24-hour strike across the UK, which saw train drivers walk out over jobs, pay and conditions.


MP will not re-join Plaid Cymru group after assault on wife

MP will not re-join Plaid Cymru group after assault on wife

MP will not re-join Plaid Cymru group after assault on wife

13 August 2022

Johnathan Edwards said he will not now return to the party’s Westminster group just two days after having the whip restored.


JK Rowling working with police after receiving threat following Rushdie tweet

JK Rowling working with police after receiving threat following Rushdie tweet

JK Rowling working with police after receiving threat following Rushdie tweet

13 August 2022

The Harry Potter author shared screenshots of the potential threat to Twitter.


Temperatures to rise to 35C amid drought, wildfires with thunderstorms to come

Temperatures to rise to 35C amid drought, wildfires with thunderstorms to come

Temperatures to rise to 35C amid drought, wildfires with thunderstorms to come

13 August 2022

It comes as the southern half of the UK has been beset by drought conditions this weekend, while the northern half braces for thunderstorms on Sunday.


Meet the celebrities taking to the dancefloor in Strictly Come Dancing 2022

Meet the celebrities taking to the dancefloor in Strictly Come Dancing 2022

Meet the celebrities taking to the dancefloor in Strictly Come Dancing 2022

13 August 2022

The BBC One competition will return in the autumn.


Truss accuses SNP of ‘political games’ over independence poll

Truss accuses SNP of ‘political games’ over independence poll

Truss accuses SNP of ‘political games’ over independence poll

13 August 2022

The Tory leadership contender said she would govern for the whole of the UK if she wins the race for No 10.


Sunak vows to make Britain ‘energy secure’ as he battles to become PM

Sunak vows to make Britain ‘energy secure’ as he battles to become PM

Sunak vows to make Britain ‘energy secure’ as he battles to become PM

13 August 2022

The ex-chancellor said he will legislate to ensure UK is ‘energy independent’ by 2045 as he promises to step up North Sea production.


Remains found in Oldham mill after fire identified as missing Vietnamese man

Remains found in Oldham mill after fire identified as missing Vietnamese man

Remains found in Oldham mill after fire identified as missing Vietnamese man

13 August 2022

Uoc Van Nguyen was one of four Vietnamese nationals reported missing to the force on July 21.


Nine-year-old boy missing from Bournemouth beach found

Nine-year-old boy missing from Bournemouth beach found

Nine-year-old boy missing from Bournemouth beach found

13 August 2022

Massien Belguesmia went missing from the beach front at 9.20am, but was found just after 11.30am following an extensive search, Dorset Police said.


Police hunt for nine-year-old boy missing from Bournemouth beach

Police hunt for nine-year-old boy missing from Bournemouth beach

Police hunt for nine-year-old boy missing from Bournemouth beach

13 August 2022

Massien Belguesmia has not been seen since 9.20am on Saturday morning.


Johnson announces dementia mission in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor

Johnson announces dementia mission in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor

Johnson announces dementia mission in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor

13 August 2022

The Carry on and EastEnders star campaigned to raise awareness after being diagnosed with the disease.


Man charged over incident that left two dead and girl seriously injured

Man charged over incident that left two dead and girl seriously injured

Man charged over incident that left two dead and girl seriously injured

13 August 2022

A black Alfa Romeo was involved in a collision with five pedestrians.


Weather halts flyover by Red Arrows at Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Weather halts flyover by Red Arrows at Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Weather halts flyover by Red Arrows at Edinburgh Military Tattoo

13 August 2022

There was disappointment as cloud cover led to the Red Arrows calling off the flyover.


What the papers say – August 13

What the papers say – August 13

What the papers say – August 13

13 August 2022

The stabbing of Sir Salman Rushdie leads most of the national papers as the weekend begins.


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