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Give people reason for hope rather than alarm on social care, say sector leaders

Give people reason for hope rather than alarm on social care, say sector leaders

Give people reason for hope rather than alarm on social care, say sector leaders

Political parties have faced criticism for not giving much space in their manifestos to setting out plans on tackling issues in care.

Thousands flock to Stonehenge to celebrate summer solstice

Thousands flock to Stonehenge to celebrate summer solstice

Thousands flock to Stonehenge to celebrate summer solstice

The event went ahead after the heritage site was targeted by Just Stop Oil protesters earlier in the week.

William celebrates 42nd birthday after trip to Germany to see England in Euros

William celebrates 42nd birthday after trip to Germany to see England in Euros

William celebrates 42nd birthday after trip to Germany to see England in Euros

William, president of the FA, watched the team battle it out with Denmark at the Frankfurt Arena on Thursday.

Are you ready for it? Taylor Swift brings Eras Tour to London

Are you ready for it? Taylor Swift brings Eras Tour to London

Are you ready for it? Taylor Swift brings Eras Tour to London

The US superstar has already played shows in Edinburgh, Liverpool and Cardiff.

What the papers say – June 21

What the papers say – June 21

What the papers say – June 21

Betting on the General Election date dominates the front pages of Friday’s newspapers.

Jane Fonda leads tributes to late co-star Donald Sutherland: ‘I am heartbroken’

Jane Fonda leads tributes to late co-star Donald Sutherland: ‘I am heartbroken’

Jane Fonda leads tributes to late co-star Donald Sutherland: ‘I am heartbroken’

The veteran star died on Thursday from a ‘long illness’.

Sunak vows to boot out Tories if they are found to have broken betting rules

Sunak vows to boot out Tories if they are found to have broken betting rules

Sunak vows to boot out Tories if they are found to have broken betting rules

The Prime Minister said he was ‘incredibly angry’ to learn of allegations of gambling on the date of the General Election.

Rob Burrow made the world a better place to be, says wife Lindsey

Rob Burrow made the world a better place to be, says wife Lindsey

Rob Burrow made the world a better place to be, says wife Lindsey

Lindsey Burrow said it had been ‘overwhelming’ to see all the tributes to her husband after his death.

Sunak faces shouts of ‘shame’ over aim to quit European Court of Human Rights

Sunak faces shouts of ‘shame’ over aim to quit European Court of Human Rights

Sunak faces shouts of ‘shame’ over aim to quit European Court of Human Rights

The Prime Minister continued to face calls of “shame on you” as the Question Time election special drew to an end.

Davey faces tough questions on coalition years and Post Office scandal

Davey faces tough questions on coalition years and Post Office scandal

Davey faces tough questions on coalition years and Post Office scandal

The Liberal Democrat leader was challenged by a student over the abandoning of the party’s pledge to scrap tuition fees in the coalition government.

Tories ‘cannot be out of office quick enough’ – John Swinney

Tories ‘cannot be out of office quick enough’ – John Swinney

Tories ‘cannot be out of office quick enough’ – John Swinney

The SNP leader faced audience questions on the BBC’s Question Time Leaders’ Special on Thursday.

Corbyn would have made better PM than Johnson, says Starmer

Corbyn would have made better PM than Johnson, says Starmer

Corbyn would have made better PM than Johnson, says Starmer

The Labour leader was asked if he still thought Mr Corbyn, his predecessor, would have made a ‘great’ prime minister.

Relationship between police and journalists is broken, say media bodies

Relationship between police and journalists is broken, say media bodies

Relationship between police and journalists is broken, say media bodies

That was the finding of a report compiled by the Crime Reporters Association, the Society of Editors and the Media Lawyers Association.

Independence will make Scotland a ‘fairer, more equal country’ – Swinney

Independence will make Scotland a ‘fairer, more equal country’ – Swinney

Independence will make Scotland a ‘fairer, more equal country’ – Swinney

SNP leader John Swinney appeared on the BBC’s Question Time Leaders’ Special on Thursday.

Sunak: Tories found to have broken betting rules will be booted out of party

Sunak: Tories found to have broken betting rules will be booted out of party

Sunak: Tories found to have broken betting rules will be booted out of party

The Prime Minister said he was ‘incredibly angry’ to learn of allegations of betting on the date of the General Election.

Fact check: Scottish child payment projected to keep 60,000 children out of poverty

Fact check: Scottish child payment projected to keep 60,000 children out of poverty

Fact check: Scottish child payment projected to keep 60,000 children out of poverty

The policy is part of a wider package aimed at dealing with child poverty in Scotland.

Starmer says Corbyn would have been better PM than Johnson in TV grilling

Starmer says Corbyn would have been better PM than Johnson in TV grilling

Starmer says Corbyn would have been better PM than Johnson in TV grilling

The Labour leader repeatedly ducked questions when asked whether he truly believed his predecessor would have made a great prime minister.

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