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Royal foursome to attend Bond premiere as Daniel Craig bows out as 007

Royal foursome to attend Bond premiere as Daniel Craig bows out as 007

Royal foursome to attend Bond premiere as Daniel Craig bows out as 007

The Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the world premiere of No Time To Die.

What the papers say – September 28

What the papers say – September 28

What the papers say – September 28

Fuel ‘crisis’ developments, including a potential military solution, lead the national papers on Tuesday.

Starmer expected to wrangle with the left after shadow cabinet resignation

Starmer expected to wrangle with the left after shadow cabinet resignation

Starmer expected to wrangle with the left after shadow cabinet resignation

Andy McDonald suggested the leader was not honouring ‘our commitment to socialist policies’.

Man in court charged with murder of teacher Sabina Nessa

Man in court charged with murder of teacher Sabina Nessa

Man in court charged with murder of teacher Sabina Nessa

Ms Nessa was killed as she walked through Cator Park on her way to meet a friend.

Vaccine passports would be needed for nightclubs and sport under Covid Plan B

Vaccine passports would be needed for nightclubs and sport under Covid Plan B

Vaccine passports would be needed for nightclubs and sport under Covid Plan B

The proposal will only be introduced if the nation faces a difficult winter with rising Covid cases in the colder months,

Bercow tells Starmer how to defeat ‘worst Government of his lifetime’ in Labour debut

Bercow tells Starmer how to defeat ‘worst Government of his lifetime’ in Labour debut

Bercow tells Starmer how to defeat ‘worst Government of his lifetime’ in Labour debut

The convert from Conservatism insisted Labour has got to ‘excite’ people.

Hospitals given new Covid advice to help treats patients more quickly

Hospitals given new Covid advice to help treats patients more quickly

Hospitals given new Covid advice to help treats patients more quickly

A record 5.6 million patients are waiting for treatment due to delays caused by Covid.

Army tanker drivers to be put on standby amid fuel supply issues

Army tanker drivers to be put on standby amid fuel supply issues

Army tanker drivers to be put on standby amid fuel supply issues

Military drivers will now get specialised training in preparation for their possible deployment, ministers announced.

Ministers agree to end social distancing in shops and theatres

Ministers agree to end social distancing in shops and theatres

Ministers agree to end social distancing in shops and theatres

The Executive has decided to remove the one-metre distance requirement for the retail sector, indoor attractions and seated indoor venues.

Man charged with murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa

Man charged with murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa

Man charged with murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa

Koci Selamaj, 36, from Eastbourne will appear at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.

Number of English Channel crossings more than doubles 2020 record

Number of English Channel crossings more than doubles 2020 record

Number of English Channel crossings more than doubles 2020 record

Small boats arrivals in 2021 now stand at more than double the figure for the whole of 2020, when 8,417 people crossed the Dover Strait.

Thornberry: Foreign forces trained in UK could commit human rights abuses

Thornberry: Foreign forces trained in UK could commit human rights abuses

Thornberry: Foreign forces trained in UK could commit human rights abuses

Ms Thornberry said Labour would impose the same legal controls on the provision of military and police training as on arms exports.

Widespread wind and rain expected across the UK as warm spell ends

Widespread wind and rain expected across the UK as warm spell ends

Widespread wind and rain expected across the UK as warm spell ends

Winds are expected to reach 69 miles per hour in some parts of the UK.

Harry to head back to Big Apple for awards gala honouring the military

Harry to head back to Big Apple for awards gala honouring the military

Harry to head back to Big Apple for awards gala honouring the military

The duke will attend the Salute to Freedom ceremony in New York on November 10.

Scots Labour leader Sarwar calls for unity to conquer ‘us versus them’ politics

Scots Labour leader Sarwar calls for unity to conquer ‘us versus them’ politics

Scots Labour leader Sarwar calls for unity to conquer ‘us versus them’ politics

Mr Sarwar was addressing the Labour Party conference for the first time as the party’s leader in Scotland.

Wind power cables jobs boost

Wind power cables jobs boost

Wind power cables jobs boost

The firm has secured cash from the Government’s Offshore Wind Manufacturing Investment Support scheme.

More than 475,000 requests on first day of high street voucher scheme

More than 475,000 requests on first day of high street voucher scheme

More than 475,000 requests on first day of high street voucher scheme

The £145 million High Street Stimulus Scheme will see all those aged over 18 eligible for a £100 pre-paid card to spend.

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