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Coronavirus: Leicester could be the first city to go into local...

The home secretary has confirmed that Leicester could be the first city to go into a local lockdown, over reports of a...

Man shot dead by police after stabbing in Glasgow hotel

A Glasgow stabbing attack leaves 6 hospitalised including ‘critically injured’ police officer Six people are being treated in hospital...

The Labour Party has lost it: Starmer sacks Long-Bailey for sharing...

Rebecca Long-Bailey as fallen victim to the Witchhunt "If the Labour Party could be bullied or persuaded to denounce...

Brixton: 22 officers injured and police cars smashed after street party

Twenty-two officers have been injured and police cars smashed up during "significant disorder" following an illegal street party in Brixton overnight.

Coronavirus: Royal Mail to cut 2,000 jobs in Cost Reduction and...

Around 2,000 jobs are being cut at Royal Mail as the group announced a management overhaul to help slash costs.

Westferry planning scandal: Housing secretary Robert Jenrick admits his bias towards...

Housing secretary promises to release documents after accusations of ‘cash for favours’ Mr Jenrick told MPs he would publish...

Coronavirus: Over 600,000 re-enter ‘soft lockdown’ after German meat plant outbreak

Two German districts are spending their first full day back in lockdown following a fresh outbreak of COVID-19 at a meat-processing plant....

The Windrush generation and the following very British scandal

Britain celebrates Windrush Day, honouring a generation of Caribbean immigrants who moved to the UK in the late 1940s at the invitation...

Coronavirus: German R-Rate spikes to 60% in a day

The rate at which the virus spreads from an infected person to others has risen significantly above a critical level for keeping...

Man arrested and multiple injuries after stabbing in Reading town centre

Two people have been rushed to Royal Berkshire Hospital with stab wounds, while a man has been arrested. A...