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Murderer who helped stop London Bridge attacker granted royal pardon

A convicted murderer who helped to stop an attack on London Bridge, armed with a narwhal tusk, has been granted a royal...

Tony Blair still above the law: Denies breaking COVID rules after...

A report claims Tony Blair asked for special dispensation but did not get the exemption required to avoid the isolation period.

Coronavirus: Police granted access to details of people told to self-isolate...

People who have been told to self-isolate through SERCO Test and Trace could have their contact details shared with police, it has...

Who is New Zealand’s two-term prime minister Jacinda Ardern

The small-town takeout store worker who won over New Zealand -- and the world Who is Jacinda Ardern

London despairs at new Covid rules as northern England regions rebel

Londoners have expressed confusion and doubt over coronavirus lockdown restrictions announced Thursday that will affect millions living in the city.

Boris Johnson says UK should get ready for a ‘no-deal Brexit’...

The UK will walk away from post-Brexit trade deal talks unless 'fundamental change' in EU approach Boris Johnson said...

Coronavirus: More areas of England to move to ‘high risk’ Tier...

Things will get worse before they get better People in areas of Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Surrey, Essex and Cumbria will...

Labour MP Dan Carden quits as a shadow minister refusing to...

Starmer's policy of appeasement over opposition is a dangerous approach in democracy. Liverpool MP Dan Carden has resigned from...

British fishing boats attacked by French in scallops dispute

SCALLOP wars have once again broken out in the English Channel as French trawlers confronted British counterparts - firing flares and throwing...

Used coronavirus tests handed out to students in Birmingham

Used coronavirus swab tests were accidentally given out to households in Birmingham, council officials said. Birmingham City Council said...