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Police send report to prosecutors over Murrell alleged SNP embezzlement

Police send report to prosecutors over Murrell alleged SNP embezzlement

Police send report to prosecutors over Murrell alleged SNP embezzlement

23 May 2024

Former SNP chief executive Peter Murrell, the husband of Nicola Sturgeon, was charged last month.


Health Secretary has ‘clear intention’ to ban puberty blockers

Health Secretary has ‘clear intention’ to ban puberty blockers

Health Secretary has ‘clear intention’ to ban puberty blockers

23 May 2024

Victoria Atkins set out her ‘clear intention’ to ban puberty blockers in a House of Commons speech.


Baby death shows having only one nursery first aider ‘is risk to life’ – coroner

Baby death shows having only one nursery first aider ‘is risk to life’ – coroner

Baby death shows having only one nursery first aider ‘is risk to life’ – coroner

23 May 2024

Oliver Steeper died in hospital in September 2021 six days after he choked on food at the Jelly Beans Day Nursery in Ashford, Kent.


UK issues 1.3 million visas for work, study, family or resettlement

UK issues 1.3 million visas for work, study, family or resettlement

UK issues 1.3 million visas for work, study, family or resettlement

23 May 2024

The figure is down 10% on the previous year.


Election campaign day one: Mess-up in a brewery as Sunak and Starmer trade blows

Election campaign day one: Mess-up in a brewery as Sunak and Starmer trade blows

Election campaign day one: Mess-up in a brewery as Sunak and Starmer trade blows

23 May 2024

A day after Rishi Sunak called an election for 4 July, parties from across the political spectrum have begun their campaigns.


Bravery award for lifeboatman who battled hurricane conditions to save crew

Bravery award for lifeboatman who battled hurricane conditions to save crew

Bravery award for lifeboatman who battled hurricane conditions to save crew

23 May 2024

Coxswain Patch Harvey and his crew of six were called into action on the evening of Halloween, October 31, 2022.


Two ministers announce decision to stand down on first election campaign day

Two ministers announce decision to stand down on first election campaign day

Two ministers announce decision to stand down on first election campaign day

23 May 2024

Transport minister Huw Merriman and work and pensions minister Jo Churchill are among the MPs standing down ahead of the nationwide poll.


Police and HSE to investigate death of girl killed in mudslide on school trip

Police and HSE to investigate death of girl killed in mudslide on school trip

Police and HSE to investigate death of girl killed in mudslide on school trip

23 May 2024

Leah Harrison, from Darlington, died while on an instructor-led walk at the council-run Carlton Adventure centre.


Vennells tried to ‘manipulate language’ in non-emotive Horizon bugs request

Vennells tried to ‘manipulate language’ in non-emotive Horizon bugs request

Vennells tried to ‘manipulate language’ in non-emotive Horizon bugs request

23 May 2024

Ms Vennells described her words as ‘wrong and stupid’.


Horizon victims who lost appeal to be included in Scottish legislation

Horizon victims who lost appeal to be included in Scottish legislation

Horizon victims who lost appeal to be included in Scottish legislation

23 May 2024

The Post Office (Horizon System) Offences (Scotland) Bill now faces a wait to allow UK-wide legislation to be passed.


In Pictures: Babies and brewery mark first day on campaign trail

In Pictures: Babies and brewery mark first day on campaign trail

In Pictures: Babies and brewery mark first day on campaign trail

23 May 2024

Party leaders have begun the push to secure support with photo opps ahead of the General Election.


Deliveroo drivers protest over ‘soul-destroying’ working conditions outside AGM

Deliveroo drivers protest over ‘soul-destroying’ working conditions outside AGM

Deliveroo drivers protest over ‘soul-destroying’ working conditions outside AGM

23 May 2024

Drivers called for better pay outside the annual general meeting in central London on Thursday.


Noel Clarke’s libel claim set for trial next year, High Court told

Noel Clarke’s libel claim set for trial next year, High Court told

Noel Clarke’s libel claim set for trial next year, High Court told

23 May 2024

Mr Clarke is suing Guardian News and Media over eight articles accusing him of sexual misconduct, which he denies.


Archbishop of Canterbury urges end of ‘appalling war’ in Gaza

Archbishop of Canterbury urges end of ‘appalling war’ in Gaza

Archbishop of Canterbury urges end of ‘appalling war’ in Gaza

23 May 2024

He said the conflict will not lead to security for Israel, or a free and secure Palestinian state.


Nurse ‘stood and cried’ as house flooded following heavy rainfall

Nurse ‘stood and cried’ as house flooded following heavy rainfall

Nurse ‘stood and cried’ as house flooded following heavy rainfall

23 May 2024

Paul Jones-King said his house flooded ‘within minutes’ following heavy rainfall on Wednesday.


Swift GP access at the heart of Lib Dem election offer, Sir Ed Davey to say

Swift GP access at the heart of Lib Dem election offer, Sir Ed Davey to say

Swift GP access at the heart of Lib Dem election offer, Sir Ed Davey to say

23 May 2024

The Lib Dem leader will pledge to recruit 8,000 more GPs in order to boost swift access to appointments.


DUP leader tells rival unionists it is not too late to co-operate over election

DUP leader tells rival unionists it is not too late to co-operate over election

DUP leader tells rival unionists it is not too late to co-operate over election

23 May 2024

Gavin Robinson also vowed to pursue a ‘positive’ campaign over the coming six weeks.


We can’t change the weather but we can change government, jokes Sarwar in rain

We can’t change the weather but we can change government, jokes Sarwar in rain

We can’t change the weather but we can change government, jokes Sarwar in rain

23 May 2024

The Scottish Labour leader was greeted by a downpour as he campaigned in Leith.


Vennells ‘possibly’ hoped mediation would ‘minimise’ subpostmaster compensation

Vennells ‘possibly’ hoped mediation would ‘minimise’ subpostmaster compensation

Vennells ‘possibly’ hoped mediation would ‘minimise’ subpostmaster compensation

23 May 2024

The former Post Office boss was answering questions on her second day of giving evidence to the Horizon IT inquiry.


Man, 64, appears in court charged with assisting Russia

Man, 64, appears in court charged with assisting Russia

Man, 64, appears in court charged with assisting Russia

23 May 2024

Howard Michael Phillips was charged with an offence contrary to section three of the National Security Act.


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