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Rees-Mogg: Imagine me laid down flat when trying to judge social distancing

Rees-Mogg: Imagine me laid down flat when trying to judge social distancing

Rees-Mogg: Imagine me laid down flat when trying to judge social distancing

21 January 2021

‘Think of me being laid down flat and that is a little bit short of the distance that you need’, the Commons Leader said.


Mother-of-three died following liposuction in Turkey, inquest told

Mother-of-three died following liposuction in Turkey, inquest told

Mother-of-three died following liposuction in Turkey, inquest told

21 January 2021

Abimbola Ajoke Bamgbose underwent the treatment in Izmir, a city on the country’s Aegean coast.


Rees-Mogg: SNP ‘still grumpy’ over referendum result

Rees-Mogg: SNP ‘still grumpy’ over referendum result

Rees-Mogg: SNP ‘still grumpy’ over referendum result

21 January 2021

Commons Leader Jacob-Rees Mogg accused SNP MP Tommy Sheppard of simply wanting to ‘moan about the devolution settlement’ every week.


Statutory early release scheme gives rise to anomalies – appeal judges

Statutory early release scheme gives rise to anomalies – appeal judges

Statutory early release scheme gives rise to anomalies – appeal judges

21 January 2021

Judges raised the point after being asked to increase minimum jail terms given to two people convicted of terror offences.


No 10 says Biden removing Churchill bust ‘up to president’ despite Obama attack

No 10 says Biden removing Churchill bust ‘up to president’ despite Obama attack

No 10 says Biden removing Churchill bust ‘up to president’ despite Obama attack

21 January 2021

Boris Johnson had in 2016 criticised Barack Obama for a similar move.


Archbishop of Glasgow’s ‘great human warmth’ hailed at funeral

Archbishop of Glasgow’s ‘great human warmth’ hailed at funeral

Archbishop of Glasgow’s ‘great human warmth’ hailed at funeral

21 January 2021

Philip Tartaglia died on January 13, after contracting coronavirus over Christmas.


Farmer shot in cold blood by Army ‘exonerated’

Farmer shot in cold blood by Army ‘exonerated’

Farmer shot in cold blood by Army ‘exonerated’

21 January 2021

Paddy McElhone, 24, died instantly near his home in Pomeroy, Co Tyrone, in 1974 after he was fired on by a soldier.


‘Woke brigade’ is helping to remind Britons of our great history, says Rees-Mogg

‘Woke brigade’ is helping to remind Britons of our great history, says Rees-Mogg

‘Woke brigade’ is helping to remind Britons of our great history, says Rees-Mogg

21 January 2021

The politician cited Gordon of Khartoum’s place in history, saying he put down the slave trade in Sudan.


‘Absolutely crucial’ to follow lockdown rules in light of new study, says Johnson

‘Absolutely crucial’ to follow lockdown rules in light of new study, says Johnson

‘Absolutely crucial’ to follow lockdown rules in light of new study, says Johnson

21 January 2021

The Prime Minister said research showed current levels of coronavirus were still too high.


Storm Christoph: Residents evacuated amid flood warnings

Storm Christoph: Residents evacuated amid flood warnings

Storm Christoph: Residents evacuated amid flood warnings

21 January 2021

Nearly 180 flood warnings remained in place across England at midday on Thursday.


Glastonbury Festival cancelled for second year in a row

Glastonbury Festival cancelled for second year in a row

Glastonbury Festival cancelled for second year in a row

21 January 2021

Organisers had been hopeful it would be able to go ahead.


Jonathan Van-Tam’s mother has her Covid-19 vaccination

Jonathan Van-Tam’s mother has her Covid-19 vaccination

Jonathan Van-Tam’s mother has her Covid-19 vaccination

21 January 2021

England’s deputy chief medical officer said he had told his mother it was ‘really important’ to get the jab.


Fishing industry could be ‘destroyed’ without customs intervention, MPs warn

Fishing industry could be ‘destroyed’ without customs intervention, MPs warn

Fishing industry could be ‘destroyed’ without customs intervention, MPs warn

21 January 2021

MPs also queried whether the meat industry was ‘in jeopardy’ following reports of products sitting in lorry parks waiting for customs clearance.


The road to Glasgow begins here, says US climate envoy ahead of Cop26

The road to Glasgow begins here, says US climate envoy ahead of Cop26

The road to Glasgow begins here, says US climate envoy ahead of Cop26

21 January 2021

It comes after new President Joe Biden rejoined the Paris climate agreement hours after his inauguration.


Coroner – Man shot in back by soldiers in ‘unjustified’ killing

Coroner – Man shot in back by soldiers in ‘unjustified’ killing

Coroner – Man shot in back by soldiers in ‘unjustified’ killing

21 January 2021

Paddy McElhone, 24, died near his home in Limehill, Pomeroy, Co Tyrone after sustaining a gunshot wound in an incident involving a military patrol.


Plans revealed for biggest ever London Marathon after vaccine rollout

Plans revealed for biggest ever London Marathon after vaccine rollout

Plans revealed for biggest ever London Marathon after vaccine rollout

21 January 2021

A record 50,000 people will run 26.2 miles in central London on October 3, with another 50,000 taking part in a virtual event.


Hospital nurse ‘broken’ by frontline work warns of mass departure of NHS staff

Hospital nurse ‘broken’ by frontline work warns of mass departure of NHS staff

Hospital nurse ‘broken’ by frontline work warns of mass departure of NHS staff

21 January 2021

Mel Kerr, a nurse in the East Midlands, said more needs to be done to support staff working during the health crisis.


Appeal judges rule terror pair’s minimum terms should stay the same

Appeal judges rule terror pair’s minimum terms should stay the same

Appeal judges rule terror pair’s minimum terms should stay the same

21 January 2021

Lawyers representing the Attorney General’s office had argued that minimum terms handed to Fatah Abdullah and Safiyya Shaikh were too lenient.


Tuition fees in England to be frozen for another year under Government proposals

Tuition fees in England to be frozen for another year under Government proposals

Tuition fees in England to be frozen for another year under Government proposals

21 January 2021

The interim response to the Augar review of higher education outlines plans to freeze the maximum amount a university can charge to £9,250 a year.


US return to climate deal welcomed ‘but there is a very long way to go’

US return to climate deal welcomed ‘but there is a very long way to go’

US return to climate deal welcomed ‘but there is a very long way to go’

21 January 2021

New US President Joe Biden signed an executive order rejoining the Paris Agreement within hours of taking office.


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