Home   National   Archive

Subscribe Now

National News

‘Unlikely’ CCTV could have picked up Manchester Arena bomber, inquiry told

‘Unlikely’ CCTV could have picked up Manchester Arena bomber, inquiry told

‘Unlikely’ CCTV could have picked up Manchester Arena bomber, inquiry told

A lawyer said the venue’s security practices were not ‘dramatically out of step’.

Create regulator to fix ‘broken’ governance of English football, ministers told

Create regulator to fix ‘broken’ governance of English football, ministers told

Create regulator to fix ‘broken’ governance of English football, ministers told

Conservative former sport minister Helen Grant said that the beautiful game is in crisis.

Nestle commits to putting all Smarties products into paper packaging by April

Nestle commits to putting all Smarties products into paper packaging by April

Nestle commits to putting all Smarties products into paper packaging by April

It will be the ‘first global confectionery brand’ to make such a switch for all its products worldwide, according to the firm.

Rape and incest victims in NI homes for unmarried mothers and their children

Rape and incest victims in NI homes for unmarried mothers and their children

Rape and incest victims in NI homes for unmarried mothers and their children

Arlene Foster pledged the voices of survivors would be heard ‘loudly and clearly’ during an independent investigation.

A brush with the law: 31 police officers face Covid fines for on duty hair cut

A brush with the law: 31 police officers face Covid fines for on duty hair cut

A brush with the law: 31 police officers face Covid fines for on duty hair cut

The Metropolitan Police said that the officers all had trims from a professional hairdresser at Bethnal Green police station on January 17.

Chelsea Flower Show postponed to autumn in face of pandemic

Chelsea Flower Show postponed to autumn in face of pandemic

Chelsea Flower Show postponed to autumn in face of pandemic

The world-famous show, which normally takes place in May, has been moved to September for the first time in its 108-year history.

Web app helps GPs map out best route for vaccination of housebound patients

Web app helps GPs map out best route for vaccination of housebound patients

Web app helps GPs map out best route for vaccination of housebound patients

Two students created the free service, known as VaxiMap, to automatically generate the optimal route.

Vaccine passports ‘would come with data privacy risks’

Vaccine passports ‘would come with data privacy risks’

Vaccine passports ‘would come with data privacy risks’

Information commissioner Elizabeth Denham told MPs that while such a scheme would be ‘useful’, she would want reassurances around data protection.

Neonatal antibiotic use associated with reduced growth in boys, study suggests

Neonatal antibiotic use associated with reduced growth in boys, study suggests

Neonatal antibiotic use associated with reduced growth in boys, study suggests

Researchers suggest the findings may be the result of changes in the development of the gut microbiome.

Four-fifths of UK people think climate change is a global emergency – survey

Four-fifths of UK people think climate change is a global emergency – survey

Four-fifths of UK people think climate change is a global emergency – survey

A survey across 50 countries reveals widespread support for urgent action ranging from conserving forests to increasing solar and wind power.

UK will work with the European Union to avoid vaccine disruption – Matt Hancock

UK will work with the European Union to avoid vaccine disruption – Matt Hancock

UK will work with the European Union to avoid vaccine disruption – Matt Hancock

The Health Secretary said that vaccine protectionism ‘was not the right approach’.

Survivor: Stormont mother and baby apology ‘must be sincere’

Survivor: Stormont mother and baby apology ‘must be sincere’

Survivor: Stormont mother and baby apology ‘must be sincere’

Maria Arbuckle, 58, from Londonderry, was 18 when she had her son, Paul, and he was removed for adoption soon after his birth in Dublin.

Welsh Government misses target of vaccinating 70% of over-80s by January 25

Welsh Government misses target of vaccinating 70% of over-80s by January 25

Welsh Government misses target of vaccinating 70% of over-80s by January 25

The Welsh Government had set a target to vaccinate 70% of over-80s and those in care homes before January 25.

Care home residents make up almost a third of Covid deaths in England and Wales

Care home residents make up almost a third of Covid deaths in England and Wales

Care home residents make up almost a third of Covid deaths in England and Wales

It comes as the coronavirus death toll across the UK passed 115,000.

Mother and baby homes report ‘reveals legacy of lifetime of trauma’

Mother and baby homes report ‘reveals legacy of lifetime of trauma’

Mother and baby homes report ‘reveals legacy of lifetime of trauma’

Ministers in Northern Ireland are to establish a ‘victim-centred’ independent investigation.

Tory MPs urge regional approach to solve ‘national schools emergency’

Tory MPs urge regional approach to solve ‘national schools emergency’

Tory MPs urge regional approach to solve ‘national schools emergency’

Education minister Nick Gibb said the Government will be ‘led by the science’ when making a decision.

Teenage boys more likely to struggle with remote learning than girls, MPs told

Teenage boys more likely to struggle with remote learning than girls, MPs told

Teenage boys more likely to struggle with remote learning than girls, MPs told

Boys are more inclined to turn to gaming when studying at home does not work for them, the founder of a male mentoring service says.

MOST READ