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Tories facing worst result ever as Labour eye post-war record majority – poll

Tories facing worst result ever as Labour eye post-war record majority – poll

Tories facing worst result ever as Labour eye post-war record majority – poll

18 June 2024

An Ipsos poll forecast numerous Cabinet members losing their seats and the Conservatives slumping to just 115 MPs.


Barton apology and damages ‘not final outcome’ of libel case, says Jeremy Vine

Barton apology and damages ‘not final outcome’ of libel case, says Jeremy Vine

Barton apology and damages ‘not final outcome’ of libel case, says Jeremy Vine

18 June 2024

The broadcaster said Mr Barton may pay ‘further damages’ after he posted “disgusting tweets” about him.


Ukrainian refugee, 14, likely fell off sea wall in accidental death- inquest

Ukrainian refugee, 14, likely fell off sea wall in accidental death- inquest

Ukrainian refugee, 14, likely fell off sea wall in accidental death- inquest

18 June 2024

Schoolgirl Albina Yevko was found unconscious on Dawlish beach, Devon, on March 4 2023.


Election campaign day 27: Boris Johnson enters the fray

Election campaign day 27: Boris Johnson enters the fray

Election campaign day 27: Boris Johnson enters the fray

18 June 2024

Rishi Sunak hailed the return of the former prime minister, saying it will ‘make a difference’ in the run-up to polling day.


Researchers testing climate mitigation measures to support tea farming

Researchers testing climate mitigation measures to support tea farming

Researchers testing climate mitigation measures to support tea farming

18 June 2024

Lipton Teas and Infusions has partnered with Cranfield University for the trials in the Kericho region of Kenya.


Swinney to demand extra £1bn from Westminster for NHS in Scotland

Swinney to demand extra £1bn from Westminster for NHS in Scotland

Swinney to demand extra £1bn from Westminster for NHS in Scotland

18 June 2024

The SNP leader will also urge the future prime minister to resolve pay disputes in England with junior nurses and doctors.


Tata says its operations are not affected by industrial action

Tata says its operations are not affected by industrial action

Tata says its operations are not affected by industrial action

18 June 2024

Members of Unite have started a ban on overtime in protest at planned job losses at Port Talbot


Sunak: Not fair to say Tory big beasts kept off presidential-style campaign

Sunak: Not fair to say Tory big beasts kept off presidential-style campaign

Sunak: Not fair to say Tory big beasts kept off presidential-style campaign

18 June 2024

The Prime Minister insisted Cabinet ministers have ‘been campaigning lots’.


Around 85 migrants rescued from boats in the Channel

Around 85 migrants rescued from boats in the Channel

Around 85 migrants rescued from boats in the Channel

18 June 2024

It is understood that about 85 migrants were rescued after UK Border Force vessels and RNLI lifeboats were sent out at around 4am.


Scientists analyse record UK storm surges to help predict future flooding

Scientists analyse record UK storm surges to help predict future flooding

Scientists analyse record UK storm surges to help predict future flooding

18 June 2024

University of Southampton oceanographers conducted the most detailed spatial analysis to date of storm surges along British and Irish coastlines.


Taoiseach working to ‘grow support’ for Palestine among fellow EU nations

Taoiseach working to ‘grow support’ for Palestine among fellow EU nations

Taoiseach working to ‘grow support’ for Palestine among fellow EU nations

18 June 2024

Simon Harris said he discussed the conflict in his first call with US President Joe Biden.


Lab-grown burgers and cricket salads ‘could be meal staples by 2054’

Lab-grown burgers and cricket salads ‘could be meal staples by 2054’

Lab-grown burgers and cricket salads ‘could be meal staples by 2054’

18 June 2024

The next 30 years will see consumers turn increasingly to laboratory-grown meat cultured from animal tissues, researchers believe.


Man banned from Cornwall for 10 years after stalking Fern Britton

Man banned from Cornwall for 10 years after stalking Fern Britton

Man banned from Cornwall for 10 years after stalking Fern Britton

18 June 2024

James Haviland pleaded guilty to stalking the Celebrity Big Brother star.


Locals pull resident from ‘gas blast’ house

Locals pull resident from ‘gas blast’ house

Locals pull resident from ‘gas blast’ house

18 June 2024

The explosion happened at lunchtime in Kirkland Walk, Middlesbrough.


NHS ‘will buy more social care beds’ under Labour

NHS ‘will buy more social care beds’ under Labour

NHS ‘will buy more social care beds’ under Labour

18 June 2024

Wes Streeting said that the NHS and social care need to work better together to spend money more effectively.


Banksy rat pictures set to fetch up to £120,000 at auction

Banksy rat pictures set to fetch up to £120,000 at auction

Banksy rat pictures set to fetch up to £120,000 at auction

18 June 2024

Works by the street artist going under the hammer include a Placard Rat, and a Gangsta Rat on a bollard.


McDonald’s to end AI trial in US over ordering mishaps

McDonald’s to end AI trial in US over ordering mishaps

McDonald’s to end AI trial in US over ordering mishaps

18 June 2024

The restaurant chain is to stop using voice recognition tech in the US after a string of incidents where it created unusual orders for customers.


Ex-Dragons’ Den investor Theo Paphitis backs Labour after Tory ‘chaos’

Ex-Dragons’ Den investor Theo Paphitis backs Labour after Tory ‘chaos’

Ex-Dragons’ Den investor Theo Paphitis backs Labour after Tory ‘chaos’

18 June 2024

The retail entrepreneur joined Sir Keir Starmer on the General Election campaign trail.


Man in court charged with making explosive substances

Man in court charged with making explosive substances

Man in court charged with making explosive substances

18 June 2024

Harry Whittaker, 31, denied three counts of unlawfully creating ‘black powder’ during a hearing at the Old Bailey on Tuesday.


Man arrested over death of 12-year-old as hunt for second suspect continues

Man arrested over death of 12-year-old as hunt for second suspect continues

Man arrested over death of 12-year-old as hunt for second suspect continues

18 June 2024

West Midlands Police are still seeking information to track down 21-year-old Dolars Aleksanders after Keaton Slater died in a hit-and-run.


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