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Chris Boardman inspired to improve travel after daughter unable to ride safely

Chris Boardman inspired to improve travel after daughter unable to ride safely

Chris Boardman inspired to improve travel after daughter unable to ride safely

The Olympic cycling gold medallist has been appointed interim commissioner of the new Active Travel England (ATE) by the Department for Transport.

Russian minister accepts invitation to meet with Defence Secretary Ben Wallace

Russian minister accepts invitation to meet with Defence Secretary Ben Wallace

Russian minister accepts invitation to meet with Defence Secretary Ben Wallace

Mr Wallace extended an invitation to his Russian counterpart, Sergei Shoigu, to visit London to discuss mutual security earlier this week.

Majority of Covid restrictions lift in Ireland

Majority of Covid restrictions lift in Ireland

Majority of Covid restrictions lift in Ireland

All curbs on the hospitality sector have been removed while sporting events can return to full capacity.

US grill company apologises for mistimed Meat Loaf recipe-of-the-week email

US grill company apologises for mistimed Meat Loaf recipe-of-the-week email

US grill company apologises for mistimed Meat Loaf recipe-of-the-week email

Weber said it was ‘unaware’ of the news of the US rock star’s death when the recipe was sent out.

Universities minister says unsatisfied students should apply for refunds

Universities minister says unsatisfied students should apply for refunds

Universities minister says unsatisfied students should apply for refunds

The Tory MP said students ‘are consumers’ who deserve an appeal right.

Collaborators share fond memories of working with ‘kind and talented’ Meat Loaf

Collaborators share fond memories of working with ‘kind and talented’ Meat Loaf

Collaborators share fond memories of working with ‘kind and talented’ Meat Loaf

The Bat Out Of Hell singer’s death was described as ‘our loss, Heaven’s gain’.

What the papers say – January 22

What the papers say – January 22

What the papers say – January 22

The front pages cover Tory leadership manoeuvring and the death of singer Meat Loaf.

‘Reckless discharge’ led to British academic being shot dead in bed in US

‘Reckless discharge’ led to British academic being shot dead in bed in US

‘Reckless discharge’ led to British academic being shot dead in bed in US

Dr Matthew Willson was described by the University of Exeter as a ‘much-loved member of our astrophysics team’.

Bat Out Of Hell cast vow to ‘keep flame of rock and roll burning’ for Meat Loaf

Bat Out Of Hell cast vow to ‘keep flame of rock and roll burning’ for Meat Loaf

Bat Out Of Hell cast vow to ‘keep flame of rock and roll burning’ for Meat Loaf

Fans packed out the venue for the performance on Friday.

Teenager charged with murder after 44-year-old man dies

Teenager charged with murder after 44-year-old man dies

Teenager charged with murder after 44-year-old man dies

A 17-year-old boy from Milton Keynes has been charged with one count of murder and one count of grievous bodily harm.

Government and BBC set for court battle over injunction

Government and BBC set for court battle over injunction

Government and BBC set for court battle over injunction

The legal battle comes in the week relations between the Government and the BBC were strained over the licence fee.

Tributes paid to ‘much loved’ astrophysicist shot dead in the US

Tributes paid to ‘much loved’ astrophysicist shot dead in the US

Tributes paid to ‘much loved’ astrophysicist shot dead in the US

Dr Matthew Willson died following a shooting on Sunday.

Senior Tory MP to meet police to discuss No 10 ‘blackmail’ claims

Senior Tory MP to meet police to discuss No 10 ‘blackmail’ claims

Senior Tory MP to meet police to discuss No 10 ‘blackmail’ claims

William Wragg will meet a Scotland Yard detective over his allegation Downing St tried to intimidate MPs seeking oust Boris Johnson

Rare De Heem painting at risk of leaving UK

Rare De Heem painting at risk of leaving UK

Rare De Heem painting at risk of leaving UK

A temporary export bar has been put in place in the hope of finding a buyer so it can stay in the country.

US man accused of faking his own death remanded in custody

US man accused of faking his own death remanded in custody

US man accused of faking his own death remanded in custody

The man was first arrested on December 13 after being admitted to hospital with coronavirus under the name Arthur Knight.

British police granted extra time to quiz men over Texas synagogue stand-off

British police granted extra time to quiz men over Texas synagogue stand-off

British police granted extra time to quiz men over Texas synagogue stand-off

The two men who were arrested on Thursday in Birmingham and Manchester remain in custody.

‘Time to be ourselves again’ – Taoiseach announces end to Covid-19 restrictions

‘Time to be ourselves again’ – Taoiseach announces end to Covid-19 restrictions

‘Time to be ourselves again’ – Taoiseach announces end to Covid-19 restrictions

Cabinet has agreed to lift all regulations, except for mask-wearing, self-isolation and Covid passes for international travel, from 6am on Saturday.

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