The 55-year-old, convicted killer claimed earlier this year that he kidnapped, murdered and buried the student, who went missing in 1999.
Shadow environment secretary Steve Reed wants to demonstrate his party’s commitment to farmers and landowners.
Foster carer Marcia Grant suffered catastrophic injuries as she tried to stop the youngster taking her car from outside her Sheffield home.
Around 4,400 people in England are living with undiagnosed HIV.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said it is an urgent task for the UK to address its tax and spending policies.
Permanent secretary Sir Matthew Rycroft and his interim second-in-command Simon Ridley were giving evidence to the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
The Competition and Markets Authority also said it will review loyalty schemes like Tesco’s Clubcard and Sainsbury’s Nectar.
The telecoms company is making free data, calls and texts accessible at more than 1,000 locations nationwide.
The commitment to spend 0.7% of national income on aid was broken in 2021 due to the impact of the pandemic on the public finances.
More than four in five cars were shipped abroad, with export growth driven by a 58% rise in shipments to the EU, the SMMT said.
Kent County Council is pressing for funding from the Home Office for urgent accommodation.
The Scottish Secretary made the claim in the Commons as he rejected calls from SNP MPs to devolve the power to introduce such a system to Holyrood.
Labour said it would look to reform the shortage occupations list that is designed to assist sectors that are struggling to fill vacancies.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct carried out an investigation into Nottinghamshire Police’s involvement in the incident on June 13.
The long-running nightly current affairs show on BBC Two will continue to air every weeknight.
Drew Harris said that some people involved in the Dublin riots were ‘a danger to society’.
The Sheku Bayoh heard from emergency medicine consultant Dr Richard Stevenson on Wednesday.