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William jokes he’s looking forward to the pub as he meets ambulance staff

William jokes he’s looking forward to the pub as he meets ambulance staff

William jokes he’s looking forward to the pub as he meets ambulance staff

The Duke of Cambridge visited crews from King’s Lynn Ambulance Station at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Norfolk.

Disgraced former MP’s questions over Coco Pops monkey mascot

Disgraced former MP’s questions over Coco Pops monkey mascot

Disgraced former MP’s questions over Coco Pops monkey mascot

Kellogg’s said in a statement that it ‘stands in support of the black community’.

Arlene Foster says Troubles compensation scheme must be delivered

Arlene Foster says Troubles compensation scheme must be delivered

Arlene Foster says Troubles compensation scheme must be delivered

The First Minister said efforts were under way to resolve the issue.

Plane used by PM to receive red, white and blue makeover

Plane used by PM to receive red, white and blue makeover

Plane used by PM to receive red, white and blue makeover

Boris Johnson has previously questioned why the plane is grey.

World’s first coronavirus treatment ‘could save thousands of lives’

World’s first coronavirus treatment ‘could save thousands of lives’

World’s first coronavirus treatment ‘could save thousands of lives’

A study found dexamethasone reduced deaths by up to a third among patients on ventilators.

UK publishes negotiating objectives for Australia and New Zealand trade deals

UK publishes negotiating objectives for Australia and New Zealand trade deals

UK publishes negotiating objectives for Australia and New Zealand trade deals

The value of UK exports to the two countries could increase by £1 billion as a result of trade deals, officials said.

More than free school meals U-turn needed to curb child poverty, campaigners say

More than free school meals U-turn needed to curb child poverty, campaigners say

More than free school meals U-turn needed to curb child poverty, campaigners say

England’s Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield says there will still be four million children living in poverty.

Former PMs hit out at decision to scrap international development department

Former PMs hit out at decision to scrap international development department

Former PMs hit out at decision to scrap international development department

Tony Blair, whose Labour administration set up the Department for International Development in 1997, said he was ‘utterly dismayed’ by the move.

Football fans urged to check their passwords ahead of Premier League restart

Football fans urged to check their passwords ahead of Premier League restart

Football fans urged to check their passwords ahead of Premier League restart

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has called on fans to strengthen their passwords as millions prepare to follow live matches online.

Michael Gove: UK ready to be flexible to secure trade deal with EU

Michael Gove: UK ready to be flexible to secure trade deal with EU

Michael Gove: UK ready to be flexible to secure trade deal with EU

His Labour opposite number Rachel Reeves warned leaving on World Trade Organisation terms would be a ‘calamity’ for the UK.

De-icing platforms get share of £9.4m fund to revolutionise railways

De-icing platforms get share of £9.4m fund to revolutionise railways

De-icing platforms get share of £9.4m fund to revolutionise railways

The technology is due to be trialled at a UK station within the next nine months.

96-year-old veteran who lost home to Storm Dennis floods moves in with daughter

96-year-old veteran who lost home to Storm Dennis floods moves in with daughter

96-year-old veteran who lost home to Storm Dennis floods moves in with daughter

Cardiff Council has adapted the home so Gordon Matthews can live there safely.

Trade deals must not make UK complicit in raising risk of new pandemics – WWF

Trade deals must not make UK complicit in raising risk of new pandemics – WWF

Trade deals must not make UK complicit in raising risk of new pandemics – WWF

Deforestation, destruction of habitats and intensive farming increasing risk of diseases emerging, charity warns.

Weir to bid for £12m to extend free school meals scheme over the summer

Weir to bid for £12m to extend free school meals scheme over the summer

Weir to bid for £12m to extend free school meals scheme over the summer

There have been widespread calls for Northern Ireland to follow the rest of the UK in extending the scheme.

PM urged to give Scottish jobs guarantee after Foreign Office merger

PM urged to give Scottish jobs guarantee after Foreign Office merger

PM urged to give Scottish jobs guarantee after Foreign Office merger

Boris Johnson has announced the Department for International Development is being scrapped.

Rashford thanks MPs for giving families less to ‘worry about’ after meals U-turn

Rashford thanks MPs for giving families less to ‘worry about’ after meals U-turn

Rashford thanks MPs for giving families less to ‘worry about’ after meals U-turn

Downing Street has announced a one-off £120 million fund which will benefit some 1.3 million children in England over the six-week holidays.

Activist with Down’s syndrome says abortion law makes her feel ‘better off dead’

Activist with Down’s syndrome says abortion law makes her feel ‘better off dead’

Activist with Down’s syndrome says abortion law makes her feel ‘better off dead’

Heidi Crowter presented a petition signed by 18,000 people to Downing Street against the law.

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