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In Pictures: Campaign heats up with manifesto launches and assault course visit

In Pictures: Campaign heats up with manifesto launches and assault course visit

In Pictures: Campaign heats up with manifesto launches and assault course visit

13 June 2024

Both Labour and Plaid Cymru set out their plans with manifesto launches, while Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey tackled an assault course.


Childminder branded ‘a monster’ by family of baby she shook to death

Childminder branded ‘a monster’ by family of baby she shook to death

Childminder branded ‘a monster’ by family of baby she shook to death

13 June 2024

Karen Foster, 62, admitted the manslaughter of Harlow Collinge in March 2022.


Trial starts for man accused of ‘spree of violence’ on London Underground

Trial starts for man accused of ‘spree of violence’ on London Underground

Trial starts for man accused of ‘spree of violence’ on London Underground

13 June 2024

Donovan Kenlyn, 39, allegedly attacked three strangers at as many London Underground stations during a 35-minute ‘spree of violence’.


Judge given green light to challenge failed promotion bid by Court of Appeal

Judge given green light to challenge failed promotion bid by Court of Appeal

Judge given green light to challenge failed promotion bid by Court of Appeal

13 June 2024

Two judges previously refused District Judge Kate Thomas’s bid to bring the claim.


Man arrested after alleged assault on plane forced to divert

Man arrested after alleged assault on plane forced to divert

Man arrested after alleged assault on plane forced to divert

13 June 2024

The Glasgow to Tenerife Jet2 flight landed at Shannon Airport on Tuesday evening.


Labour’s tax and spend plans ‘trivial’ and fail to address looming cuts – IFS

Labour’s tax and spend plans ‘trivial’ and fail to address looming cuts – IFS

Labour’s tax and spend plans ‘trivial’ and fail to address looming cuts – IFS

13 June 2024

Economic experts have offered approval for some of Labour’s ambitions but warned its manifesto does not contain plans to avert public services cuts.


Labour outlines mental health plan with aim to ‘get people back to work’

Labour outlines mental health plan with aim to ‘get people back to work’

Labour outlines mental health plan with aim to ‘get people back to work’

13 June 2024

Labour’s shadow health Secretary, Wes Streeting said: ‘People right across the country are being denied the support that they need to get into work.’


Extended footage filmed by MTV crew played at Lyra McKee murder trial

Extended footage filmed by MTV crew played at Lyra McKee murder trial

Extended footage filmed by MTV crew played at Lyra McKee murder trial

13 June 2024

The crew were making a documentary on Londonderry republicans opposed to the peace process the day the journalist was shot in the city.


King appoints former spy chief as Order of the Garter’s new Chancellor

King appoints former spy chief as Order of the Garter’s new Chancellor

King appoints former spy chief as Order of the Garter’s new Chancellor

13 June 2024

The Order of the Garter is the oldest and most senior Order of Chivalry in Britain, established nearly 700 years ago by King Edward III.


Labour commits to recognising a Palestinian state in manifesto

Labour commits to recognising a Palestinian state in manifesto

Labour commits to recognising a Palestinian state in manifesto

13 June 2024

Sir Keir Starmer’s position on the Gaza conflict has caused unease among some in his party, with shadow ministers breaking ranks last November.


Sacoolas elected not to give evidence after bid to shut out KC, Dunn family told

Sacoolas elected not to give evidence after bid to shut out KC, Dunn family told

Sacoolas elected not to give evidence after bid to shut out KC, Dunn family told

13 June 2024

Anne Sacoolas’s evidence in Harry Dunn’s inquest was delayed twice after last-minute talks were held to attempt to secure her attendance.


Victims of Nottingham attacks remembered as ‘vibrant and caring’ at service

Victims of Nottingham attacks remembered as ‘vibrant and caring’ at service

Victims of Nottingham attacks remembered as ‘vibrant and caring’ at service

13 June 2024

Hundreds of friends joined relatives to pay tribute to Barnaby Webber, Grace O’Malley-Kumar and Ian Coates who were stabbed to death in 2023.


Tories condemn ‘central belt-focused’ SNP with manifesto for north-east Scotland

Tories condemn ‘central belt-focused’ SNP with manifesto for north-east Scotland

Tories condemn ‘central belt-focused’ SNP with manifesto for north-east Scotland

13 June 2024

The party will reiterate its support for oil and gas, while also pledging to upgrade the A90 and A96 roads, and cutting taxes.


Combined immunotherapy drugs ‘could treat most common form of bowel cancer’

Combined immunotherapy drugs ‘could treat most common form of bowel cancer’

Combined immunotherapy drugs ‘could treat most common form of bowel cancer’

13 June 2024

This type of bowel cancer has previously not responded to immunotherapy, researchers say.


UK, US and Canada condemn Russia ‘undermining’ Moldovan elections

UK, US and Canada condemn Russia ‘undermining’ Moldovan elections

UK, US and Canada condemn Russia ‘undermining’ Moldovan elections

13 June 2024

The three western powers said the Kremlin is using ‘disinformation, criminal and covert activities’ to affect the electoral outcome.


‘Perfectly lawful’ to stir up racial and religious hatred, Met Police chief says

‘Perfectly lawful’ to stir up racial and religious hatred, Met Police chief says

‘Perfectly lawful’ to stir up racial and religious hatred, Met Police chief says

13 June 2024

Sir Mark Rowley highlighted the loophole as an example of an ‘outrageous’ gap in hate crime law when discussing policing of protests in London.


How do the Conservative and Labour manifestos compare on the big issues?

How do the Conservative and Labour manifestos compare on the big issues?

How do the Conservative and Labour manifestos compare on the big issues?

13 June 2024

The two main parties have published details on their plans, enabling closer scrutiny of claims and counter-claims on policy.


TikTok prankster Mizzy given community order for stealing phone while on e-bike

TikTok prankster Mizzy given community order for stealing phone while on e-bike

TikTok prankster Mizzy given community order for stealing phone while on e-bike

13 June 2024

The social media star was ordered to pay £500 in compensation to his victim alongside the 12-month community order.


Taylor Swift songs energising Plaid Cymru campaign, leader says

Taylor Swift songs energising Plaid Cymru campaign, leader says

Taylor Swift songs energising Plaid Cymru campaign, leader says

13 June 2024

Rhun ap Iorwerth, the leader of Plaid Cymru, has said Taylor Swift’s songs are the unofficial music of his party’s election campaign.


Labour’s manifesto: Sober plan or ‘Captain Cautious’?

Labour’s manifesto: Sober plan or ‘Captain Cautious’?

Labour’s manifesto: Sober plan or ‘Captain Cautious’?

13 June 2024

Labour’s manifesto contained no major surprises as the party sought to cement its commanding lead.


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