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Mordaunt launches Commons attack on Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle over Gaza debate

Mordaunt launches Commons attack on Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle over Gaza debate

Mordaunt launches Commons attack on Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle over Gaza debate

21 February 2024

The Commons Leader said Sir Lindsay had ‘raised temperatures’ by selecting Labour’s bid to amend an SNP motion.


More than 2,700 dangerous wild animals privately owned, figures show

More than 2,700 dangerous wild animals privately owned, figures show

More than 2,700 dangerous wild animals privately owned, figures show

21 February 2024

The Born Free Foundation said an overhaul of current legislation was urgently needed.


Sunak touts gigabit broadband rollout on ‘levelling up tour’ of North Wales

Sunak touts gigabit broadband rollout on ‘levelling up tour’ of North Wales

Sunak touts gigabit broadband rollout on ‘levelling up tour’ of North Wales

21 February 2024

New data shows 1,006,800 homes, businesses and public buildings now have high-speed internet access, according to the Government.


King back at work with first Privy Council and PM audience since cancer revealed

King back at work with first Privy Council and PM audience since cancer revealed

King back at work with first Privy Council and PM audience since cancer revealed

21 February 2024

Charles met Rishi Sunak at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday afternoon – their first in-person audience of the year.


Soldier posthumously awarded Victoria Cross was ‘unbelievable’ – Camilla

Soldier posthumously awarded Victoria Cross was ‘unbelievable’ – Camilla

Soldier posthumously awarded Victoria Cross was ‘unbelievable’ – Camilla

21 February 2024

The Queen paid tribute to the Grenadier Guardsman when she met military families supported by the regiment’s charity.


Drug and drink-drivers could be disqualified at the roadside

Drug and drink-drivers could be disqualified at the roadside

Drug and drink-drivers could be disqualified at the roadside

21 February 2024

Police chiefs are in early talks about plans that could see officers able to instantly disqualify drivers caught under the influence.


‘Most distressed’ IPP prisoners should be immediately released, charity says

‘Most distressed’ IPP prisoners should be immediately released, charity says

‘Most distressed’ IPP prisoners should be immediately released, charity says

21 February 2024

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies said the move would also help free up capacity in jails, which are 98% full.


Musk backs McGregor’s calls to reject constitutional change on family and care

Musk backs McGregor’s calls to reject constitutional change on family and care

Musk backs McGregor’s calls to reject constitutional change on family and care

21 February 2024

The owner of X, formerly Twitter, posted on his social media platform that ‘Conor is right’.


Government outlines terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing

Government outlines terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing

Government outlines terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing

21 February 2024

The dissident republican bomb exploded in the Co Tyrone town on August 15 1998, killing 29 people.


First alopecia treatment approved for NHS use

First alopecia treatment approved for NHS use

First alopecia treatment approved for NHS use

21 February 2024

The decision by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has been hailed by campaigners.


Michael Sheen faces ‘grilling of a lifetime’ on new BBC show The Assembly

Michael Sheen faces ‘grilling of a lifetime’ on new BBC show The Assembly

Michael Sheen faces ‘grilling of a lifetime’ on new BBC show The Assembly

21 February 2024

The Welsh actor said the interview by people who are autistic, neurodivergent or learning disabled will be ‘exhilarating and a little bit terrifying’.


Julian Assange faces wait for decision on whether appeal can go ahead

Julian Assange faces wait for decision on whether appeal can go ahead

Julian Assange faces wait for decision on whether appeal can go ahead

21 February 2024

The decision will be given in writing at a later date.


Government launches baby loss certificate scheme to ‘recognise grief of parents’

Government launches baby loss certificate scheme to ‘recognise grief of parents’

Government launches baby loss certificate scheme to ‘recognise grief of parents’

21 February 2024

Parents can access the free service from Thursday.


Government’s rural 4G programme behind schedule, report warns

Government’s rural 4G programme behind schedule, report warns

Government’s rural 4G programme behind schedule, report warns

21 February 2024

The National Audit Office has warned the scheme could ultimately fail to reach its targets.


Cosmic ‘necklace’ of stars may have formed after powerful black hole outburst

Cosmic ‘necklace’ of stars may have formed after powerful black hole outburst

Cosmic ‘necklace’ of stars may have formed after powerful black hole outburst

21 February 2024

The intergalactic bling was first discovered in 2014 using Nasa’s Hubble Space Telescope.


First picture of ‘cheeky’ two-year-old who fell into river is released

First picture of ‘cheeky’ two-year-old who fell into river is released

First picture of ‘cheeky’ two-year-old who fell into river is released

21 February 2024

Xielo Maruziva was with family members when he fell into the fast-flowing River Soar in Leicester on Sunday.


Sir Lindsay Hoyle faces calls to resign as Speaker over Gaza vote decision

Sir Lindsay Hoyle faces calls to resign as Speaker over Gaza vote decision

Sir Lindsay Hoyle faces calls to resign as Speaker over Gaza vote decision

21 February 2024

The Commons Speaker sparked uproar from the SNP and Conservatives after his decision to allow multiple Commons votes on the Israel-Hamas conflict.


Almost seven million Ukrainians helped by Disasters Emergency Committee appeal

Almost seven million Ukrainians helped by Disasters Emergency Committee appeal

Almost seven million Ukrainians helped by Disasters Emergency Committee appeal

21 February 2024

The donations from Britons amount to £426 million.


Dan Wootton ‘completely cleared’ as two police forces take no further action

Dan Wootton ‘completely cleared’ as two police forces take no further action

Dan Wootton ‘completely cleared’ as two police forces take no further action

21 February 2024

The TV presenter said the Metropolitan Police and Police Scotland will take no action against him.


Claims Irish people have one-sided view of Middle East conflict unfair – Martin

Claims Irish people have one-sided view of Middle East conflict unfair – Martin

Claims Irish people have one-sided view of Middle East conflict unfair – Martin

21 February 2024

Ireland’s deputy premier said that Irish people were motivated by their shock at the level of deaths and injuries in Gaza.


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