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Ex-Tory campaign manager admits distributing indecent images of children

Ex-Tory campaign manager admits distributing indecent images of children

Ex-Tory campaign manager admits distributing indecent images of children

Mark Lerigo, from Coventry, was suspended by the party after being charged following a National Crime Agency inquiry.

Grammar schools advised to postpone 11-plus exams amid Covid-19 disruption

Grammar schools advised to postpone 11-plus exams amid Covid-19 disruption

Grammar schools advised to postpone 11-plus exams amid Covid-19 disruption

The Government advises delaying entrance tests until October or November, to allow children to catch up with learning.

Amber Heard’s sister quizzed over ‘assault’ video

Amber Heard’s sister quizzed over ‘assault’ video

Amber Heard’s sister quizzed over ‘assault’ video

Johnny Depp’s legal team says it received the video from a ‘confidential source’ on Thursday evening.

Extra funding for Scotland means more fiscal powers not needed – Steve Barclay

Extra funding for Scotland means more fiscal powers not needed – Steve Barclay

Extra funding for Scotland means more fiscal powers not needed – Steve Barclay

The Chief Secretary to the Treasury was speaking during a visit to LOVE Gorgie Farm in Edinburgh on Friday.

Leicester shoppers grapple with rule changes on masks and local lockdown

Leicester shoppers grapple with rule changes on masks and local lockdown

Leicester shoppers grapple with rule changes on masks and local lockdown

The city was the first place in the country to be placed in local lockdwon after a spike in Covid-19 infections.

Rebekah Vardy says she felt ‘suicidal’ after abuse sparked by Coleen Rooney post

Rebekah Vardy says she felt ‘suicidal’ after abuse sparked by Coleen Rooney post

Rebekah Vardy says she felt ‘suicidal’ after abuse sparked by Coleen Rooney post

Rooney claimed that Vardy’s Instagram account was the source of leaked stories about her private life.

Scotland records 22 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours

Scotland records 22 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours

Scotland records 22 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours

But no deaths of people who tested positive for Covid-19 have been recorded for eight consecutive days.

Government issues face covering exemption cards as disabled people fear abuse

Government issues face covering exemption cards as disabled people fear abuse

Government issues face covering exemption cards as disabled people fear abuse

The public and businesses have been urged to ‘be mindful of people who are exempt from wearing a face covering’.

£2.25m of arts support package to aid survival of grassroots music venues

£2.25m of arts support package to aid survival of grassroots music venues

£2.25m of arts support package to aid survival of grassroots music venues

The funding will be used to cover costs including rent, utilities and maintenance contracts.

Army officer cadets take part in final training exercise before graduation

Army officer cadets take part in final training exercise before graduation

Army officer cadets take part in final training exercise before graduation

The 10-day-long Exercise Dynamic Victory is usually held overseas but is taking place in the UK due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Police looking for ‘large apex predator’ find stuffed toy

Police looking for ‘large apex predator’ find stuffed toy

Police looking for ‘large apex predator’ find stuffed toy

Police arrived to find what looks at first glance like a black-furred big cat.

Enforce Covid-19 laws or risk destroying society, police warned

Enforce Covid-19 laws or risk destroying society, police warned

Enforce Covid-19 laws or risk destroying society, police warned

Lord Blencathra suggested people will break laws if they see others ‘getting away with it’.

Barclays boss was ‘pooper scooper’ to manager called ‘big dog’, judge told

Barclays boss was ‘pooper scooper’ to manager called ‘big dog’, judge told

Barclays boss was ‘pooper scooper’ to manager called ‘big dog’, judge told

Stephen Jones discussed his hierarchical relationship with Roger Jenkins in a 2008 phone call, a High Court trial heard.

Statue of ‘sadistic slave owner’ boarded up in Cardiff

Statue of ‘sadistic slave owner’ boarded up in Cardiff

Statue of ‘sadistic slave owner’ boarded up in Cardiff

The marble statue of Sir Thomas Picton was labelled an ‘affront to black people’ by the city’s mayor.

Rural residents stuck in digital slow lane, warns Lib Dem leadership contender

Rural residents stuck in digital slow lane, warns Lib Dem leadership contender

Rural residents stuck in digital slow lane, warns Lib Dem leadership contender

Research by Layla Moran reveals constituencies in Scotland, Wales and the south west of England suffer with slowest broadband.

All-you-can-eat pizza study ‘shows body copes with one-off indulgences’

All-you-can-eat pizza study ‘shows body copes with one-off indulgences’

All-you-can-eat pizza study ‘shows body copes with one-off indulgences’

Researchers at the University of Bath asked volunteers to ‘eat until you cannot manage another bite’.

Killers ‘showed no remorse’ and friends and families ‘tried to thwart’ police

Killers ‘showed no remorse’ and friends and families ‘tried to thwart’ police

Killers ‘showed no remorse’ and friends and families ‘tried to thwart’ police

Detective Superintendent Stuart Blaik led the investigation into the death of Pc Andrew Harper

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