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Oldest elephants tend to lead all-male groups, study suggests

Oldest elephants tend to lead all-male groups, study suggests

Oldest elephants tend to lead all-male groups, study suggests

Researchers from the University of Exeter carried out the study.

Harry and Meghan have financial freedom with lucrative Netflix deal, expert says

Harry and Meghan have financial freedom with lucrative Netflix deal, expert says

Harry and Meghan have financial freedom with lucrative Netflix deal, expert says

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have set up a production company to make programmes for the streaming service.

Ministers defend plan to hand Abbott trade role despite homophobia claims

Ministers defend plan to hand Abbott trade role despite homophobia claims

Ministers defend plan to hand Abbott trade role despite homophobia claims

Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has also been accused of misogyny.

Many childcare providers face big financial problems, study suggests

Many childcare providers face big financial problems, study suggests

Many childcare providers face big financial problems, study suggests

The virus crisis has exacerbated issues within the childcare sector, warns a report.

Downing Street hits back at Barnier over ‘unrealistic’ position

Downing Street hits back at Barnier over ‘unrealistic’ position

Downing Street hits back at Barnier over ‘unrealistic’ position

Informal talks this week between the EU chief negotiator and his UK counterpart David Frost failed to find a breakthrough.

Jacob Rees-Mogg defends Downing Street amid questions over recruitment

Jacob Rees-Mogg defends Downing Street amid questions over recruitment

Jacob Rees-Mogg defends Downing Street amid questions over recruitment

His remarks came following criticism from Labour.

Proportion of state school pupils at Cambridge rises after A-level exams fiasco

Proportion of state school pupils at Cambridge rises after A-level exams fiasco

Proportion of state school pupils at Cambridge rises after A-level exams fiasco

The university will welcome a record number of freshers next month and no student will be required to defer following Ofqual’s U-turn.

Stormont ministers urge Chancellor to extend furlough scheme

Stormont ministers urge Chancellor to extend furlough scheme

Stormont ministers urge Chancellor to extend furlough scheme

Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill warned Northern Ireland is approaching a ‘cliff edge’.

‘Inquisitive’ baby two-toed sloth born at London Zoo

‘Inquisitive’ baby two-toed sloth born at London Zoo

‘Inquisitive’ baby two-toed sloth born at London Zoo

The youngster has been named Truffle due to its ability to sniff out snacks.

Tens of thousands of children risk missing out on school place – analysis

Tens of thousands of children risk missing out on school place – analysis

Tens of thousands of children risk missing out on school place – analysis

Up to 50 council areas in England could struggle to meet demand for 77,085 places within five years, the Local Government Association has warned.

There is no ‘back to work’ campaign, insists Number 10

There is no ‘back to work’ campaign, insists Number 10

There is no ‘back to work’ campaign, insists Number 10

Reports emerged that the public messaging blitz had been delayed due to splits in Government over its timing.

Man found guilty of murdering women and stuffing bodies inside freezer

Man found guilty of murdering women and stuffing bodies inside freezer

Man found guilty of murdering women and stuffing bodies inside freezer

Zahid Younis was found guilty of both charges by a jury at Southwark Crown Court on Thursday.

UK increases pressure on Kremlin over ‘Novichok poisoning’ of Alexei Navalny

UK increases pressure on Kremlin over ‘Novichok poisoning’ of Alexei Navalny

UK increases pressure on Kremlin over ‘Novichok poisoning’ of Alexei Navalny

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has urged Moscow to come clean over the attack.

People-smugglers using social media to organise migrant crossings, MPs told

People-smugglers using social media to organise migrant crossings, MPs told

People-smugglers using social media to organise migrant crossings, MPs told

The NCA flagged 1,200 pages related to organised immigration crime to social media companies for closure, but 485 of their applications were rejected.

Heathrow-based companies launch group action against taxman on rates

Heathrow-based companies launch group action against taxman on rates

Heathrow-based companies launch group action against taxman on rates

The firms have launched proceedings seeking ‘substantial and prolonged reductions’ in business rates.

Calling fellow MPs racists ‘lowers whole tone of our politics’, says Rees-Mogg

Calling fellow MPs racists ‘lowers whole tone of our politics’, says Rees-Mogg

Calling fellow MPs racists ‘lowers whole tone of our politics’, says Rees-Mogg

A Labour MP was criticised for using the phrase ‘fat old racists’ in a tweet.

Johnson ‘drops in’ on Raab’s meeting with Donald Trump’s son-in-law

Johnson ‘drops in’ on Raab’s meeting with Donald Trump’s son-in-law

Johnson ‘drops in’ on Raab’s meeting with Donald Trump’s son-in-law

Downing Street defended the PM’s decision to join the talks with Jared Kushner in the run-up to the US presidential election.

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