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Serial killer Port ‘loved vulnerable, young males and playing with toys’

Serial killer Port ‘loved vulnerable, young males and playing with toys’

Serial killer Port ‘loved vulnerable, young males and playing with toys’

28 October 2021

The inquests into Stephen Port’s four victims heard evidence from a former friend who was worried about his interest in boys and his drug use.


Sunak appears to confuse northern towns Bury and Burnley during interview

Sunak appears to confuse northern towns Bury and Burnley during interview

Sunak appears to confuse northern towns Bury and Burnley during interview

28 October 2021

Chancellor Rishi Sunak was being interviewed in Bury market when he made the slip-up.


Protocol talks cannot be ‘put on long finger’, DUP warns

Protocol talks cannot be ‘put on long finger’, DUP warns

Protocol talks cannot be ‘put on long finger’, DUP warns

28 October 2021

Party leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has threatened to pull down the devolved institutions at Stormont if major changes to the protocol are not secured.


Do not talk down Glasgow, says Sturgeon in cleanliness row ahead of Cop26

Do not talk down Glasgow, says Sturgeon in cleanliness row ahead of Cop26

Do not talk down Glasgow, says Sturgeon in cleanliness row ahead of Cop26

28 October 2021

The First Minister clashed with the Scottish Labour leader over the city’s preparedness for the climate summit.


Millions to be worse off due to rising taxes and inflation, says IFS

Millions to be worse off due to rising taxes and inflation, says IFS

Millions to be worse off due to rising taxes and inflation, says IFS

28 October 2021

The Institute for Fiscal Studies said the outlook for living standards does not match the Chancellor’s upbeat tone.


Sturgeon confident police can deal with Cop26 protests ‘sensitively’

Sturgeon confident police can deal with Cop26 protests ‘sensitively’

Sturgeon confident police can deal with Cop26 protests ‘sensitively’

28 October 2021

Police have said they will work to facilitate peaceful protest during the summit.


Husband welcomes ‘fresh pair of eyes’ in Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case

Husband welcomes ‘fresh pair of eyes’ in Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case

Husband welcomes ‘fresh pair of eyes’ in Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case

28 October 2021

Richard Ratcliffe was meeting the Foreign Secretary to discuss further strategy around attempts to free his wife from prison in Iran.


Tesco links up with start-up Gorillas for rapid delivery service

Tesco links up with start-up Gorillas for rapid delivery service

Tesco links up with start-up Gorillas for rapid delivery service

28 October 2021

The UK’s largest supermarket chain said the ultra-fast delivery pilot starts from its store in Thornton Heath, South London.


Fireworks used as signal for drugs ‘being dropped’ – MP

Fireworks used as signal for drugs ‘being dropped’ – MP

Fireworks used as signal for drugs ‘being dropped’ – MP

28 October 2021

Robbie Moore told the Commons his constituents are having to go through fireworks being set off late at night.


Murdered sisters’ mother vows ‘they will not let him out – I will not let them’

Murdered sisters’ mother vows ‘they will not let him out – I will not let them’

Murdered sisters’ mother vows ‘they will not let him out – I will not let them’

28 October 2021

Mina Smallman said justice had been done for her ‘beautiful girls’ Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman


Onus on Northern Ireland parties to draw up alternative legacy plan – Donaldson

Onus on Northern Ireland parties to draw up alternative legacy plan – Donaldson

Onus on Northern Ireland parties to draw up alternative legacy plan – Donaldson

28 October 2021

The DUP leader said Stormont parties had to do more than just oppose the Government’s controversial plan to ban prosecutions.


Sir David Amess’s French bulldog crowned Westminster Dog of the Year

Sir David Amess’s French bulldog crowned Westminster Dog of the Year

Sir David Amess’s French bulldog crowned Westminster Dog of the Year

28 October 2021

The Conservative MP, who was stabbed to death in his constituency earlier this month, was a devoted animal lover.


Elections Bill deemed ‘another grubby Westminster power grab’ by SNP

Elections Bill deemed ‘another grubby Westminster power grab’ by SNP

Elections Bill deemed ‘another grubby Westminster power grab’ by SNP

28 October 2021

The nationalists also questioned the need for introducing compulsory voter ID to access polling stations.


Cop26 chance to win a ‘victory’ for life on Earth but more action needed: Kerry

Cop26 chance to win a ‘victory’ for life on Earth but more action needed: Kerry

Cop26 chance to win a ‘victory’ for life on Earth but more action needed: Kerry

28 October 2021

There is momentum among countries and businesses to tackle climate change, but more is needed, US climate envoy John Kerry urged ahead of Cop26.


Tube line shut due to Covid will fully reopen on weekdays next month

Tube line shut due to Covid will fully reopen on weekdays next month

Tube line shut due to Covid will fully reopen on weekdays next month

28 October 2021

The Waterloo and City line – which connects the City of London with Waterloo railway station – was closed in March 2020.


Man jailed for attempting to murder soldier in violent rage

Man jailed for attempting to murder soldier in violent rage

Man jailed for attempting to murder soldier in violent rage

28 October 2021

Dylan Rigby attacked Cobhan McLelland, 18, in a two-hour ordeal using scissors, knives and boiling water at a flat in Edinburgh in March.


Selfridges unveils ‘Christmas of Dreams’ window display

Selfridges unveils ‘Christmas of Dreams’ window display

Selfridges unveils ‘Christmas of Dreams’ window display

28 October 2021

The department store’s festive campaign has been launched at its London, Birmingham and Manchester stores and online.


Syrian refugee launches fitness record label inspired by athletes

Syrian refugee launches fitness record label inspired by athletes

Syrian refugee launches fitness record label inspired by athletes

28 October 2021

Yazid Eid said the idea for Training Tunes came to him while facing life imprisonment in Syria.


Man wipes away tear at trial as he tells of ‘devil incarnate’ Barry Bennell

Man wipes away tear at trial as he tells of ‘devil incarnate’ Barry Bennell

Man wipes away tear at trial as he tells of ‘devil incarnate’ Barry Bennell

28 October 2021

The man is one of eight men who have sued Manchester City for damages after complaining of being abused by Bennell more than 30 years ago.


Testing shows I am not spewing Covid into the Commons, says maskless Rees-Mogg

Testing shows I am not spewing Covid into the Commons, says maskless Rees-Mogg

Testing shows I am not spewing Covid into the Commons, says maskless Rees-Mogg

28 October 2021

The Commons Leader is among those on the Government frontbench not to wear a face covering despite concerns over case numbers in Parliament.


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