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People with weakened bones urged not to be ‘afraid of exercise’

People with weakened bones urged not to be ‘afraid of exercise’

People with weakened bones urged not to be ‘afraid of exercise’

16 May 2022

Some people with osteoporosis are ‘fearful’ exercise could make their pain worse.


Starmer: ‘I’ve put everything on the line’ with Covid fine resignation promise

Starmer: ‘I’ve put everything on the line’ with Covid fine resignation promise

Starmer: ‘I’ve put everything on the line’ with Covid fine resignation promise

16 May 2022

Appearing on Loose Women for the first time, the Labour leader said that he has put “everything” on the line because it is “the right thing to do”.


Sam Ryder launches ‘genuine bid for number one’ with Eurovision single

Sam Ryder launches ‘genuine bid for number one’ with Eurovision single

Sam Ryder launches ‘genuine bid for number one’ with Eurovision single

16 May 2022

His song Space Man has gained momentum overnight.


Johannes Radebe tells DofE gold award holders to ‘dream huge’

Johannes Radebe tells DofE gold award holders to ‘dream huge’

Johannes Radebe tells DofE gold award holders to ‘dream huge’

16 May 2022

The Strictly star shared words of encouragement with 3,000 teenagers and young adults during celebrations in the Buckingham Palace garden.


Diesel prices exceed 180p per litre to set new record

Diesel prices exceed 180p per litre to set new record

Diesel prices exceed 180p per litre to set new record

16 May 2022

The RAC said this was due to increases in wholesale prices caused by efforts to reduce the importation of Russian diesel.


Rebekah Vardy and agent’s WhatsApps ‘evil and uncalled for’ Coleen Rooney tells court

Rebekah Vardy and agent’s WhatsApps ‘evil and uncalled for’ Coleen Rooney tells court

Rebekah Vardy and agent’s WhatsApps ‘evil and uncalled for’ Coleen Rooney tells court

16 May 2022

The high-profile libel trial between the two women is due to finish on Wednesday.


Ava White told friends ‘don’t leave me’ after stabbing, court hears

Ava White told friends ‘don’t leave me’ after stabbing, court hears

Ava White told friends ‘don’t leave me’ after stabbing, court hears

16 May 2022

A 14-year-old defendant denies murder and an alternative charge of manslaughter.


Exeter museum to return famous chief’s regalia to Canada’s Siksika people

Exeter museum to return famous chief’s regalia to Canada’s Siksika people

Exeter museum to return famous chief’s regalia to Canada’s Siksika people

16 May 2022

Ceremonial dress belonging to Chief Crowfoot has been housed in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery since 1878.


Relatives protest over Troubles legacy proposals during PM’s visit

Relatives protest over Troubles legacy proposals during PM’s visit

Relatives protest over Troubles legacy proposals during PM’s visit

16 May 2022

Government plans to offer immunity from prosecutions have sparked opposition from families.


Watchdogs raise ‘serious concerns’ over performance of criminal justice system

Watchdogs raise ‘serious concerns’ over performance of criminal justice system

Watchdogs raise ‘serious concerns’ over performance of criminal justice system

16 May 2022

A report spells out how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the work of police, prosecutors, prisons, probation and youth offending teams.


University condemns ‘defacement’ as employee accused of egging Thatcher statue

University condemns ‘defacement’ as employee accused of egging Thatcher statue

University condemns ‘defacement’ as employee accused of egging Thatcher statue

16 May 2022

The University of Leicester said the matter was being addressed in line with its procedures.


Drug treatment for cataracts moves a step closer – study

Drug treatment for cataracts moves a step closer – study

Drug treatment for cataracts moves a step closer – study

16 May 2022

Researchers suggest the findings are a significant step forward towards treating the condition with drugs instead of surgery.


More than 325,000 people in England ‘have dementia but are undiagnosed’

More than 325,000 people in England ‘have dementia but are undiagnosed’

More than 325,000 people in England ‘have dementia but are undiagnosed’

16 May 2022

The Midlands has the highest number of undiagnosed people with dementia, while London and the North West have the lowest.


British climber hails ‘one of the best days’ on Everest after record climb

British climber hails ‘one of the best days’ on Everest after record climb

British climber hails ‘one of the best days’ on Everest after record climb

16 May 2022

‘We left under almost a full moon, crystal clear, the stars were just all over the place,’ said Kenton Cool.


PCSO murder accused ‘angry, violent, strange, highly sexualised’, jury told

PCSO murder accused ‘angry, violent, strange, highly sexualised’, jury told

PCSO murder accused ‘angry, violent, strange, highly sexualised’, jury told

16 May 2022

Prosecutor Alison Morgan QC has made her closing speech at Canterbury Crown Court.


Survey reveals money worries of Ukrainians arriving in UK

Survey reveals money worries of Ukrainians arriving in UK

Survey reveals money worries of Ukrainians arriving in UK

16 May 2022

The findings indicate 68% aged between 18 and 65 were ‘very likely or likely to look for work in the next month’.


Coleen Rooney wanted ‘evidence’ for her sting operation, court told

Coleen Rooney wanted ‘evidence’ for her sting operation, court told

Coleen Rooney wanted ‘evidence’ for her sting operation, court told

16 May 2022

Mrs Rooney has been giving evidence in the High Court libel case involving Rebekah Vardy.


Missing teenager believed alleged rapist was ‘after her’, sister tells inquest

Missing teenager believed alleged rapist was ‘after her’, sister tells inquest

Missing teenager believed alleged rapist was ‘after her’, sister tells inquest

16 May 2022

Maya Pope-Sutherland, 23, said her sister had received messages from her alleged attacker threatening to kill her family.


Dr Strange actress Zara Phythian jailed for eight years for child sex offences

Dr Strange actress Zara Phythian jailed for eight years for child sex offences

Dr Strange actress Zara Phythian jailed for eight years for child sex offences

16 May 2022

Zara Phythian and her husband Victor Marke, who was given a 14-year sentence, jointly abused their victim over a three-year period.


Breast cancer ‘metal detector’ could be used in the NHS

Breast cancer ‘metal detector’ could be used in the NHS

Breast cancer ‘metal detector’ could be used in the NHS

16 May 2022

It is hoped that the innovative tool can help spot if a cancer has spread and reduce the need for major surgery.


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