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Irish election results complete after days of counting

Irish election results complete after days of counting

Irish election results complete after days of counting

14 June 2024

Fianna Fail has doubled its presence in the European parliament, with Fine Gael on four seats – down one from its previous showing in 2019.


What the papers say – June 14

What the papers say – June 14

What the papers say – June 14

14 June 2024

Labour’s manifesto launch dominates the front pages of Friday’s newspapers.


Cowen elected as marathon count enters final stages

Cowen elected as marathon count enters final stages

Cowen elected as marathon count enters final stages

14 June 2024

Three MEPs have yet to be formally elected.


Quadriplegic sailor completes ‘amazing’ quest around UK for barrier free boating

Quadriplegic sailor completes ‘amazing’ quest around UK for barrier free boating

Quadriplegic sailor completes ‘amazing’ quest around UK for barrier free boating

14 June 2024

Geoff Holt and his small crew circumnavigated nearly 2,000 miles in four weeks in aid of his charity Wetwheels Foundation.


Sunak to tell G7 reform needed to deliver sustainable development and AI

Sunak to tell G7 reform needed to deliver sustainable development and AI

Sunak to tell G7 reform needed to deliver sustainable development and AI

14 June 2024

The Prime Minister will announce funding to support clean energy and artificial intelligence development.


BBC to broadcast final interview from Michael Mosley after his death in Greece

BBC to broadcast final interview from Michael Mosley after his death in Greece

BBC to broadcast final interview from Michael Mosley after his death in Greece

13 June 2024

The 67-year-old was found on Sunday in a rocky area near Agia Marina beach.


Reform overtake Tories in poll as Sunak continues campaign absence for G7 summit

Reform overtake Tories in poll as Sunak continues campaign absence for G7 summit

Reform overtake Tories in poll as Sunak continues campaign absence for G7 summit

13 June 2024

Nigel Farage hailed his party’s advance in the polls while in Italy the Prime Minister claimed he was not feeling dejected about his prospects.


Thundery showers to hit UK amid cold and wet start to summer

Thundery showers to hit UK amid cold and wet start to summer

Thundery showers to hit UK amid cold and wet start to summer

13 June 2024

Rainfall this summer has so far been ‘above average’.


Four MEPs left to be elected in final constituency

Four MEPs left to be elected in final constituency

Four MEPs left to be elected in final constituency

13 June 2024

Five MEPs have lost their seats.


William makes private visit to Secret Intelligence Service

William makes private visit to Secret Intelligence Service

William makes private visit to Secret Intelligence Service

13 June 2024

The prince carried out an engagement, which was not publicised in advance, with MI6 on Thursday.


Key moments from ITV’s seven-way General Election debate

Key moments from ITV’s seven-way General Election debate

Key moments from ITV’s seven-way General Election debate

13 June 2024

Senior political party figures have met for a second TV clash – this time on ITV.


Fact check: Recent migrants account for a small proportion of the UK population

Fact check: Recent migrants account for a small proportion of the UK population

Fact check: Recent migrants account for a small proportion of the UK population

13 June 2024

Net migration in the last two years equates to around one person for every 47 already in the UK.


Fact check: Wes Streeting said he would hold door open to entrepreneurs in NHS

Fact check: Wes Streeting said he would hold door open to entrepreneurs in NHS

Fact check: Wes Streeting said he would hold door open to entrepreneurs in NHS

13 June 2024

Angela Rayner denied during a TV debate that her colleague, the shadow health secretary, had made the comment.


Tory vote ‘enables’ Labour government, says Nigel Farage

Tory vote ‘enables’ Labour government, says Nigel Farage

Tory vote ‘enables’ Labour government, says Nigel Farage

13 June 2024

A YouGov poll commissioned by the Times newspaper had Reform at 19% to the Conservatives 18%.


Fact check: GDP per capita rose in the first quarter of 2024

Fact check: GDP per capita rose in the first quarter of 2024

Fact check: GDP per capita rose in the first quarter of 2024

13 June 2024

The measure dropped in the previous seven quarters leading up to the start of 2024.


Three military horses that got loose in London to feature in Trooping the Colour

Three military horses that got loose in London to feature in Trooping the Colour

Three military horses that got loose in London to feature in Trooping the Colour

13 June 2024

Five Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment horses were injured after being spooked by rubble while on an exercise in Belgravia on April 24.


Reform overtakes Tories in opinion poll for first time in election campaign

Reform overtakes Tories in opinion poll for first time in election campaign

Reform overtakes Tories in opinion poll for first time in election campaign

13 June 2024

‘We are now the opposition to Labour’, party leader Nigel Farage said as he hailed the result.


Labour reiterate Harry Dunn inquiry promise if asked to form government

Labour reiterate Harry Dunn inquiry promise if asked to form government

Labour reiterate Harry Dunn inquiry promise if asked to form government

13 June 2024

Their words come after the Dunn family said they were looking forward to working with ‘the next government to establish this public inquiry’.


Bomb disposal team called after Tory candidate receives suspicious package

Bomb disposal team called after Tory candidate receives suspicious package

Bomb disposal team called after Tory candidate receives suspicious package

13 June 2024

Sir Jeremy Quin said the parcel had been sent to his constituency office in Horsham, Sussex.


Lack of G7 leader bilaterals not a snub – Rishi Sunak

Lack of G7 leader bilaterals not a snub – Rishi Sunak

Lack of G7 leader bilaterals not a snub – Rishi Sunak

13 June 2024

The Prime Minister is in Puglia, Italy, for talks with other world leaders.


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