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UK organisations urged to boost cyber attack defences amid Ukraine tensions

UK organisations urged to boost cyber attack defences amid Ukraine tensions

UK organisations urged to boost cyber attack defences amid Ukraine tensions

28 January 2022

Some of the suggested measures include patching systems as well as improving access controls and enabling multi-factor authentication.


Teenager in court over ‘hate crime’ after two men attacked in north London

Teenager in court over ‘hate crime’ after two men attacked in north London

Teenager in court over ‘hate crime’ after two men attacked in north London

28 January 2022

Malaki Thorpe of Tottenham will appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Friday.


What are the Covid rules in the four nations of the UK?

What are the Covid rules in the four nations of the UK?

What are the Covid rules in the four nations of the UK?

28 January 2022

Officials have said measures can be lifted due to the success of the Covid-19 vaccine programme and falling rates of the Omicron variant.


PM ‘wobbling’ on tax hike plans as No 10 awaits Sue Gray report

PM ‘wobbling’ on tax hike plans as No 10 awaits Sue Gray report

PM ‘wobbling’ on tax hike plans as No 10 awaits Sue Gray report

28 January 2022

Boris Johnson’s wait for the findings of an official inquiry into alleged lockdown-busting parties in No 10 and Whitehall rolls into another day.


Transport Secretary claims climate protest action ‘doesn’t make sense’

Transport Secretary claims climate protest action ‘doesn’t make sense’

Transport Secretary claims climate protest action ‘doesn’t make sense’

27 January 2022

Grant Shapps says many environmental protesters are ‘anarchists’ who ‘just want to find a basis upon which to take extremist action’.


Teenager to appear in court after two men attacked in north London

Teenager to appear in court after two men attacked in north London

Teenager to appear in court after two men attacked in north London

27 January 2022

Malaki Thorpe, 18, is charged with two counts of racially aggravated ABH and one count of possession of an offensive weapon.


Developer brings back iPhone game after request from parent of child with autism

Developer brings back iPhone game after request from parent of child with autism

Developer brings back iPhone game after request from parent of child with autism

27 January 2022

An updated version of Joe Danger was made available for iPhone users on Thursday.


Survivors light candles in London to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

Survivors light candles in London to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

Survivors light candles in London to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

27 January 2022

Portraits of people who survived Nazi persecution were displayed on Piccadilly Circus’ giant billboard.


Nightclubs to reopen and rule-of-six requirements to end in Wales

Nightclubs to reopen and rule-of-six requirements to end in Wales

Nightclubs to reopen and rule-of-six requirements to end in Wales

27 January 2022

Mark Drakeford said Wales would complete the move to alert level zero on January 28.


Six-week-old rhino calf explores enclosure for first time

Six-week-old rhino calf explores enclosure for first time

Six-week-old rhino calf explores enclosure for first time

27 January 2022

The youngster, who was born on December 18 at Africa Alive in Suffolk, has been given the name Zawadi after a public poll.


Holocaust Memorial Day: Speaker Hoyle urges people to call out intolerance

Holocaust Memorial Day: Speaker Hoyle urges people to call out intolerance

Holocaust Memorial Day: Speaker Hoyle urges people to call out intolerance

27 January 2022

Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg and shadow minister David Lammy were among those taking part in a commemoration in Portcullis House.


Council’s £6.5m claim against bus firm over bin lorry crash fails

Council’s £6.5m claim against bus firm over bin lorry crash fails

Council’s £6.5m claim against bus firm over bin lorry crash fails

27 January 2022

Lawyers for Glasgow City Council sued First Glasgow (No 1) Ltd at the Court of Session last year claiming it acted negligently.


William tells of Prince George’s fascination with gaming at Bafta bursary launch

William tells of Prince George’s fascination with gaming at Bafta bursary launch

William tells of Prince George’s fascination with gaming at Bafta bursary launch

27 January 2022

During the visit, the duke met with actress Suranne Jones, who mentors fledgling stars for Bafta.


Businesses in Northern Ireland ‘hopeful’ of UK-EU deal after meeting Truss

Businesses in Northern Ireland ‘hopeful’ of UK-EU deal after meeting Truss

Businesses in Northern Ireland ‘hopeful’ of UK-EU deal after meeting Truss

27 January 2022

Retail NI chief executive Glyn Roberts said he was ‘encouraged’ following the meeting with Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.


Truss defends chartered flight to Australia which reportedly cost £500,000

Truss defends chartered flight to Australia which reportedly cost £500,000

Truss defends chartered flight to Australia which reportedly cost £500,000

27 January 2022

The Foreign Secretary said private Government jets were available “precisely so that ministers can travel”.


University lecturers to walk out in 10 days of strike action

University lecturers to walk out in 10 days of strike action

University lecturers to walk out in 10 days of strike action

27 January 2022

The University and College Union said the action is a ‘damning indictment’ of management.


Government wants protocol deal that can be supported by everyone in NI – Truss

Government wants protocol deal that can be supported by everyone in NI – Truss

Government wants protocol deal that can be supported by everyone in NI – Truss

27 January 2022

The Foreign Secretary was in Belfast on Thursday for meetings with business and political leaders.


Former Tory ministers back report criticising cuts to rail electrification

Former Tory ministers back report criticising cuts to rail electrification

Former Tory ministers back report criticising cuts to rail electrification

27 January 2022

Chris Skidmore, who signed the UK’s net-zero target into law, said recent decisions had seen the UK ‘go backwards’ on plans to reduce emissions.


Covid-19: Experts increasingly concerned about understaffed maternity care

Covid-19: Experts increasingly concerned about understaffed maternity care

Covid-19: Experts increasingly concerned about understaffed maternity care

27 January 2022

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) has called for the Government to re-consider introducing regulations on vaccination.


‘Little progress’ made with campaign to tackle crime in ports

‘Little progress’ made with campaign to tackle crime in ports

‘Little progress’ made with campaign to tackle crime in ports

27 January 2022

Project Kraken has been in operation since 2008 and is due to relaunch again in the coming months.


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