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Labour seeks to increase pressure on Tory MPs with windfall tax Commons vote

Labour seeks to increase pressure on Tory MPs with windfall tax Commons vote

Labour seeks to increase pressure on Tory MPs with windfall tax Commons vote

16 May 2022

BP and Shell reported bumper profits earlier this year as energy prices skyrocketed.


Truss set to announce plans to rip up Northern Ireland Brexit deal

Truss set to announce plans to rip up Northern Ireland Brexit deal

Truss set to announce plans to rip up Northern Ireland Brexit deal

16 May 2022

The row over the Northern Ireland Protocol has created an impasse in efforts to form a new Executive in Stormont.


UK ‘strongly supports’ Finland and Sweden joining Nato – Truss

UK ‘strongly supports’ Finland and Sweden joining Nato – Truss

UK ‘strongly supports’ Finland and Sweden joining Nato – Truss

16 May 2022

Foreign Secretary says the countries should be integrated into the alliance ‘as soon as possible, to ‘strengthen the collective security of Europe’.


Johnny Depp fulfilling promise that Amber Heard ‘will never see his eyes again’

Johnny Depp fulfilling promise that Amber Heard ‘will never see his eyes again’

Johnny Depp fulfilling promise that Amber Heard ‘will never see his eyes again’

16 May 2022

On the third day of Ms Heard’s testimony, Mr Depp’s lawyer said why the actor has refused to look at his former partner in court.


Sam Ryder ‘still processing’ impressive second place in Eurovision Song Contest

Sam Ryder ‘still processing’ impressive second place in Eurovision Song Contest

Sam Ryder ‘still processing’ impressive second place in Eurovision Song Contest

16 May 2022

His success in Turin has seen his single Space Man tipped to top the UK music charts by the end of the week and a reference on EastEnders.


RSPCA issues warning after four fox cubs get stuck in old car wheels

RSPCA issues warning after four fox cubs get stuck in old car wheels

RSPCA issues warning after four fox cubs get stuck in old car wheels

16 May 2022

The animal welfare charity is urging people to store their old wheels carefully and check them regularly.


Volunteer police officers to be given Taser powers to boost defence

Volunteer police officers to be given Taser powers to boost defence

Volunteer police officers to be given Taser powers to boost defence

16 May 2022

Priti Patel is expected to call for ‘higher standards’ in the police, arguing that the public are in ‘urgent need of reassurance’.


Johnson inspects weapons systems being used on front line of Ukraine defence

Johnson inspects weapons systems being used on front line of Ukraine defence

Johnson inspects weapons systems being used on front line of Ukraine defence

16 May 2022

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited the Thales factory in east Belfast, where a number of weapons systems are manufactured.


Botched transition from fossil fuels could endanger democracy, says Sturgeon

Botched transition from fossil fuels could endanger democracy, says Sturgeon

Botched transition from fossil fuels could endanger democracy, says Sturgeon

16 May 2022

The First Minister said that the 2020s would be ‘the most important decade in human history’.


UK Government set to bring forward Troubles legacy proposals

UK Government set to bring forward Troubles legacy proposals

UK Government set to bring forward Troubles legacy proposals

16 May 2022

It comes the day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited Northern Ireland in a bid to restore power-sharing.


Membership of Nato would be ‘cornerstone’ of independent Scotland, says Sturgeon

Membership of Nato would be ‘cornerstone’ of independent Scotland, says Sturgeon

Membership of Nato would be ‘cornerstone’ of independent Scotland, says Sturgeon

16 May 2022

The comments come as the Scottish Greens again voiced their opposition to joining the alliance.


Harry hopes his children ‘never experience the online world as it exists now’

Harry hopes his children ‘never experience the online world as it exists now’

Harry hopes his children ‘never experience the online world as it exists now’

16 May 2022

The Duke of Sussex spoke at the launch of the 5Rights Foundation’s Global Child Online Safety Toolkit over video link from his home in California.


Blackpool’s Jake Daniels will be ‘inspiration to many’ after coming out, says PM

Blackpool’s Jake Daniels will be ‘inspiration to many’ after coming out, says PM

Blackpool’s Jake Daniels will be ‘inspiration to many’ after coming out, says PM

16 May 2022

Boris Johnson praised the young forward, who became the first British man in professional football to come out publicly since Justin Fashanu in 1990.


Husband of murdered PCSO says pair ‘were on honeymoon every day’

Husband of murdered PCSO says pair ‘were on honeymoon every day’

Husband of murdered PCSO says pair ‘were on honeymoon every day’

16 May 2022

Paul James described how his heart would still flutter when he saw his wife Julia.


Four more monkeypox cases identified in UK bringing total to seven

Four more monkeypox cases identified in UK bringing total to seven

Four more monkeypox cases identified in UK bringing total to seven

16 May 2022

Common contacts have been established between two of the four individuals who have caught the virus.


Phones 4u begins court fight with networks after going into administration

Phones 4u begins court fight with networks after going into administration

Phones 4u begins court fight with networks after going into administration

16 May 2022

Administrators have sued EE, Deutche TeleKom, Orange, Vodafone and Telefonica and made claims – which are denied – of ‘unlawful collusion’


Johnson sets out ‘insurance’ plan to rewrite Northern Ireland’s Brexit deal

Johnson sets out ‘insurance’ plan to rewrite Northern Ireland’s Brexit deal

Johnson sets out ‘insurance’ plan to rewrite Northern Ireland’s Brexit deal

16 May 2022

Prime Minister Boris Johnson flew in to Belfast in an attempt to break the deadlock preventing the formation of a new executive.


Amber Heard feared she would ‘literally not survive’ Johnny Depp relationship

Amber Heard feared she would ‘literally not survive’ Johnny Depp relationship

Amber Heard feared she would ‘literally not survive’ Johnny Depp relationship

16 May 2022

A court heard the actress had filed for divorce after violent episodes became more and more normal.


Data protection reforms ‘must protect adequacy arrangement with the EU’

Data protection reforms ‘must protect adequacy arrangement with the EU’

Data protection reforms ‘must protect adequacy arrangement with the EU’

16 May 2022

The IT sector’s industry body has warned the Government that it must not put data flow between the UK and EU at risk with planned reforms.


Northern Ireland parties describe ‘robust’ meetings with Boris Johnson

Northern Ireland parties describe ‘robust’ meetings with Boris Johnson

Northern Ireland parties describe ‘robust’ meetings with Boris Johnson

16 May 2022

Mr Johnson flew into the region for a series of meetings with the Stormont parties in a bid to restore the powersharing government.


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