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Sheku Bayoh inquiry should examine why police were not prosecuted, say family

Sheku Bayoh inquiry should examine why police were not prosecuted, say family

Sheku Bayoh inquiry should examine why police were not prosecuted, say family

13 June 2024

They met with Deputy Scottish First Minister Kate Forbes in Holyrood on Thursday.


Count Binface: I took on Theresa May and Boris Johnson – I am ready to roll

Count Binface: I took on Theresa May and Boris Johnson – I am ready to roll

Count Binface: I took on Theresa May and Boris Johnson – I am ready to roll

13 June 2024

The self-described intergalactic space warrior is running for candidacy in Richmond and Northallerton in the upcoming General Election.


Labour pledges to ‘get Britain building again’

Labour pledges to ‘get Britain building again’

Labour pledges to ‘get Britain building again’

13 June 2024

The Labour manifesto document said the party ‘will not be afraid to make full use of intervention powers to build the houses we need’.


Funeral hears of heartache in community for murder victim

Funeral hears of heartache in community for murder victim

Funeral hears of heartache in community for murder victim

13 June 2024

A service of thanksgiving has taken place in Bangor for Patricia Aust.


One in seven say they will be less likely to visit Europe under new EU checks

One in seven say they will be less likely to visit Europe under new EU checks

One in seven say they will be less likely to visit Europe under new EU checks

13 June 2024

EES is expected to come into force on October 6 in an effort to boost border security.


Protester disrupts Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch

Protester disrupts Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch

Protester disrupts Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch

13 June 2024

Shortly after the Labour leader took to the stage, a woman started shouting that he was offering ‘the same old Tory policies’.


Detail needed on Labour’s child poverty strategy, says campaigners

Detail needed on Labour’s child poverty strategy, says campaigners

Detail needed on Labour’s child poverty strategy, says campaigners

13 June 2024

The manifesto does not include a pledge to scrap the two-child benefit limit.


Number of children on special educational needs support plans in England rises

Number of children on special educational needs support plans in England rises

Number of children on special educational needs support plans in England rises

13 June 2024

But nearly half of education, health and care (EHC) plans are still not being issued within the 20-week time limit, data shows.


Labour pledges to reinstate 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars

Labour pledges to reinstate 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars

Labour pledges to reinstate 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars

13 June 2024

The party included the commitment in its manifesto, stating that this would provide ‘certainty to manufacturers’.


The Labour Party General Election manifesto at a glance

The Labour Party General Election manifesto at a glance

The Labour Party General Election manifesto at a glance

13 June 2024

The party plans to ensure economic stability, cut NHS waiting times and reform planning rules to build more than one million new homes.


Labour manifesto confirms commitment to Hillsborough Law

Labour manifesto confirms commitment to Hillsborough Law

Labour manifesto confirms commitment to Hillsborough Law

13 June 2024

The party said ‘too many victims of historical injustices have had insult added to injury by years of legal delays’.


Labour pledges to ‘get the NHS back on its feet’ in manifesto commitments

Labour pledges to ‘get the NHS back on its feet’ in manifesto commitments

Labour pledges to ‘get the NHS back on its feet’ in manifesto commitments

13 June 2024

It pledged 40,000 more appointments each week, during evenings and weekends, as well as a return to meeting NHS targets.


June 14 and 15 ‘most common days to apply for credit cards and loans in 2023’

June 14 and 15 ‘most common days to apply for credit cards and loans in 2023’

June 14 and 15 ‘most common days to apply for credit cards and loans in 2023’

13 June 2024

More than a quarter of people are expecting to book a last-minute summer holiday, according to a survey for Intuit Credit Karma.


Air ambulance helicopter blows cricket pitch cover into woman

Air ambulance helicopter blows cricket pitch cover into woman

Air ambulance helicopter blows cricket pitch cover into woman

13 June 2024

She required hospital treatment when the object rolled out of position due to the downwash of the helicopter.


Former Geordie Shore star pleads not guilty to financial promotion charge

Former Geordie Shore star pleads not guilty to financial promotion charge

Former Geordie Shore star pleads not guilty to financial promotion charge

13 June 2024

Scott Timlin is one of nine influencers to have been charged by the Financial Conduct Authority.


Charity calls on ministers to ‘step in and save’ historic battlefield site

Charity calls on ministers to ‘step in and save’ historic battlefield site

Charity calls on ministers to ‘step in and save’ historic battlefield site

13 June 2024

The National Trust for Scotland is urging the Scottish Government to block an application for a trotting track to be built on Bannockburn battlefield.


Return to EU ‘next best thing’ to Scotland winning Euros, says Swinney

Return to EU ‘next best thing’ to Scotland winning Euros, says Swinney

Return to EU ‘next best thing’ to Scotland winning Euros, says Swinney

13 June 2024

The First Minister unveiled an SNP billboard in Edinburgh on Thursday, wishing the Scotland football team luck.


Pop star Daniel Bedingfield praises AI for capturing ‘soul’ of his music

Pop star Daniel Bedingfield praises AI for capturing ‘soul’ of his music

Pop star Daniel Bedingfield praises AI for capturing ‘soul’ of his music

13 June 2024

The Gotta Get Thru This songwriter has produced a new album using artificial intelligence.


What the latest NHS performance figures show

What the latest NHS performance figures show

What the latest NHS performance figures show

13 June 2024

Some 302,589 people had been waiting more than 52 weeks to start routine hospital treatment at the end of April.


Starmer launches manifesto with call to turn the page on 14 years of Tory rule

Starmer launches manifesto with call to turn the page on 14 years of Tory rule

Starmer launches manifesto with call to turn the page on 14 years of Tory rule

13 June 2024

The Labour leader said his task would not be easy because there was ‘no quick fix’ as he launched his General Election manifesto.


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