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UK falls in global happiness ranking, with mental health a Covid ‘casualty’

UK falls in global happiness ranking, with mental health a Covid ‘casualty’

UK falls in global happiness ranking, with mental health a Covid ‘casualty’

The annual World Happiness Report found no overall global decline in people’s perceptions of their wellbeing.

Vaccination alone is unlikely to contain Covid-19 infections in the UK – study

Vaccination alone is unlikely to contain Covid-19 infections in the UK – study

Vaccination alone is unlikely to contain Covid-19 infections in the UK – study

A study says vaccinating all adults in the UK is unlikely to achieve herd immunity and fully contain the virus.

The Sun ‘did not ask Meghan investigator to act illegally’

The Sun ‘did not ask Meghan investigator to act illegally’

The Sun ‘did not ask Meghan investigator to act illegally’

Daniel Hanks was paid to undertake ‘legitimate’ research in 2016, NGN said.

DUP will ‘vigorously oppose’ fresh Westminster intervention over abortion laws

DUP will ‘vigorously oppose’ fresh Westminster intervention over abortion laws

DUP will ‘vigorously oppose’ fresh Westminster intervention over abortion laws

The UK Government has stated disappointment that full abortion services have not yet been commissioned in Northern Ireland.

NI Secretary ‘considering further legislative action’ over abortion services

NI Secretary ‘considering further legislative action’ over abortion services

NI Secretary ‘considering further legislative action’ over abortion services

The UK Government has expressed disappointment that Stormont has yet to commission full abortion services.

Nicola Sturgeon ‘not surprised’ by ‘partisan leak’ from Salmond inquiry

Nicola Sturgeon ‘not surprised’ by ‘partisan leak’ from Salmond inquiry

Nicola Sturgeon ‘not surprised’ by ‘partisan leak’ from Salmond inquiry

A Scottish Parliament spokeswoman said the committee is still considering its report.

Asda chief executive to step down following billion-pound buyout

Asda chief executive to step down following billion-pound buyout

Asda chief executive to step down following billion-pound buyout

Roger Burnley has said he will leave the supermarket next year after it has ‘transitioned fully to new ownership’ under the Issa brothers.

European countries to resume using AstraZeneca jab after regulator’s ruling

European countries to resume using AstraZeneca jab after regulator’s ruling

European countries to resume using AstraZeneca jab after regulator’s ruling

The European Medicines Agency said the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab was ‘safe and effective’.

Prime Minister pledges to pursue permanent national coronavirus memorial

Prime Minister pledges to pursue permanent national coronavirus memorial

Prime Minister pledges to pursue permanent national coronavirus memorial

Boris Johnson has said plans for a national memorial for those who have died with coronavirus will be unveiled ‘in due course’.

Alex Salmond inquiry ‘rules Nicola Sturgeon misled Holyrood’

Alex Salmond inquiry ‘rules Nicola Sturgeon misled Holyrood’

Alex Salmond inquiry ‘rules Nicola Sturgeon misled Holyrood’

However, a Scottish Parliament spokeswoman said the committee was still considering its report.

Former MP announced as Labour candidate for Hartlepool by-election

Former MP announced as Labour candidate for Hartlepool by-election

Former MP announced as Labour candidate for Hartlepool by-election

Dr Paul Williams was formerly the MP for Stockton South between 2017-19.

Armie Hammer accused of raping woman in Los Angeles

Armie Hammer accused of raping woman in Los Angeles

Armie Hammer accused of raping woman in Los Angeles

Hammer’s career is in freefall following a series of damaging accusations.

Ireland considers European regulator’s green light for AstraZeneca jab

Ireland considers European regulator’s green light for AstraZeneca jab

Ireland considers European regulator’s green light for AstraZeneca jab

The Irish rollout of the vaccine was paused in an ‘abundance of caution’ over concerns around blood clots.

Boris Johnson insists plans to process asylum seeks abroad is ‘humane’

Boris Johnson insists plans to process asylum seeks abroad is ‘humane’

Boris Johnson insists plans to process asylum seeks abroad is ‘humane’

The British overseas territory of Gibraltar and the Isle of Man are thought to be locations being considered by officials.

Police launch appeal after indecent exposure incident on night of Everard vigil

Police launch appeal after indecent exposure incident on night of Everard vigil

Police launch appeal after indecent exposure incident on night of Everard vigil

Crowds had gathered on Clapham Common last weekend to join a vigil in remembrance of 33-year-old marketing executive Sarah Everard.

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Corby, Barnsley and Hull are currently recording the highest rates.

Sir Keir Starmer ‘a prisoner of woke’, says minister

Sir Keir Starmer ‘a prisoner of woke’, says minister

Sir Keir Starmer ‘a prisoner of woke’, says minister

Backbench Conservative MPs also claimed the country’s heritage was ‘under a direct assault’ by people who questioned what it was to be British.

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