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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.


Bank branch of Northern line reopens after ‘vital’ work to ease Tube congestion

Bank branch of Northern line reopens after ‘vital’ work to ease Tube congestion

Bank branch of Northern line reopens after ‘vital’ work to ease Tube congestion

16 May 2022

The 17-week closure enabled major improvements to Bank station to the completed.


Tuesday predicted to be hottest day of the year so far

Tuesday predicted to be hottest day of the year so far

Tuesday predicted to be hottest day of the year so far

16 May 2022

The Met Office predicts Tuesday will be “dry and very warm in sunny spells” across central and eastern parts of the UK.


World must break dependency on fossil fuels, Sharma urges in climate speech

World must break dependency on fossil fuels, Sharma urges in climate speech

World must break dependency on fossil fuels, Sharma urges in climate speech

16 May 2022

The Ukraine invasion throws into ‘stark relief’ the dangers of energy systems powered by foreign fossil fuels, the Cop26 president said.


Jurors told to find brother not guilty of murdering fisherman outside club

Jurors told to find brother not guilty of murdering fisherman outside club

Jurors told to find brother not guilty of murdering fisherman outside club

16 May 2022

Garon Jewell’s brother continues to stand trial after the death of Max Maguire, 23, outside a Royal British Legion club in Lymington, New Forest.


Man denies assaulting Sir Iain Duncan Smith by putting traffic cone on his head

Man denies assaulting Sir Iain Duncan Smith by putting traffic cone on his head

Man denies assaulting Sir Iain Duncan Smith by putting traffic cone on his head

16 May 2022

Elliot Bovill, 31, is to stand trial alongside two other people.


Masked men take just four minutes to steal whisky worth about £150,000

Masked men take just four minutes to steal whisky worth about £150,000

Masked men take just four minutes to steal whisky worth about £150,000

16 May 2022

Burglars drilled through a lock at the Glenfarclas Distillery’s visitor centre in the early hours of Sunday.


‘I will judge UK Government against its actions and not words’ – Donaldson

‘I will judge UK Government against its actions and not words’ – Donaldson

‘I will judge UK Government against its actions and not words’ – Donaldson

16 May 2022

The DUP leader was speaking ahead of meetings between the Stormont parties and Prime Minister Boris Johnson later.


Alcohol study: Parents ‘unaware of guidance on when their teens should drink’

Alcohol study: Parents ‘unaware of guidance on when their teens should drink’

Alcohol study: Parents ‘unaware of guidance on when their teens should drink’

16 May 2022

Chief medical officers say ‘an alcohol-free childhood is the healthiest and best option’.


Home Office minister struggles to answer questions about stop-and-search changes

Home Office minister struggles to answer questions about stop-and-search changes

Home Office minister struggles to answer questions about stop-and-search changes

16 May 2022

Rachel Maclean admitted she did not have a briefing paper in front of her for the interview.


Charities claim UK ‘putting politics before poverty’ in new aid strategy

Charities claim UK ‘putting politics before poverty’ in new aid strategy

Charities claim UK ‘putting politics before poverty’ in new aid strategy

16 May 2022

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said the UK ‘must use development as a key part of our foreign policy’.


UK move to tear up protocol could endanger Brexit trade deal – Irish minister

UK move to tear up protocol could endanger Brexit trade deal – Irish minister

UK move to tear up protocol could endanger Brexit trade deal – Irish minister

16 May 2022

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is expected to outline plans on Tuesday to legislate at Westminster to override parts of the Irish Sea trade arrangement.


Michelle O’Neill says protocol ‘is here to stay’ after meeting with Irish premier

Michelle O’Neill says protocol ‘is here to stay’ after meeting with Irish premier

Michelle O’Neill says protocol ‘is here to stay’ after meeting with Irish premier

16 May 2022

The Sinn Fein leader met the Taoiseach in Dublin ahead of Boris Johnson’s visit to Northern Ireland.


Sadiq Khan feels ‘incredibly safe’ despite Buffalo shooting suspect’s manifesto

Sadiq Khan feels ‘incredibly safe’ despite Buffalo shooting suspect’s manifesto

Sadiq Khan feels ‘incredibly safe’ despite Buffalo shooting suspect’s manifesto

16 May 2022

Payton Gendron, 18, is accused of shooting dead 10 people at a supermarket.


Jurors consider verdicts after dead woman, 26, ‘found bound and gagged’ in lake

Jurors consider verdicts after dead woman, 26, ‘found bound and gagged’ in lake

Jurors consider verdicts after dead woman, 26, ‘found bound and gagged’ in lake

16 May 2022

Shani Warren was found in Taplow Lake – with Donald Robertson charged years later.


Heads warn of invigilator shortage for GCSE and A-level exams

Heads warn of invigilator shortage for GCSE and A-level exams

Heads warn of invigilator shortage for GCSE and A-level exams

16 May 2022

Education leaders say using support staff and teachers to invigilate will affect other pupils’ education.


What impact could the proposed energy price cap shake-up have on your bills?

What impact could the proposed energy price cap shake-up have on your bills?

What impact could the proposed energy price cap shake-up have on your bills?

16 May 2022

Regulator Ofgem has proposed a shake-up to reflect the most up-to-date and accurate energy prices.


Coleen Rooney to continue evidence in ‘Wagatha Christie’ trial

Coleen Rooney to continue evidence in ‘Wagatha Christie’ trial

Coleen Rooney to continue evidence in ‘Wagatha Christie’ trial

16 May 2022

Mrs Rooney is defending the libel claim brought by Rebekah Vardy on the basis of truth and public interest.


Greenpeace blocks arrival of tanker carrying Russian diesel to UK fuel terminal

Greenpeace blocks arrival of tanker carrying Russian diesel to UK fuel terminal

Greenpeace blocks arrival of tanker carrying Russian diesel to UK fuel terminal

16 May 2022

The group is protesting against the UK Government allowing fossil fuel money to flow to Russian President Vladimir Putin.


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