Nihal Arthanayake told a journalism diversity conference in Salford: ‘It’s really affecting me that I walk in and all I see is white people.’
Peter Nieto has issued a report after a series of failures were highlighted in the inquests for the victims of Damien Bendall.
Marcia Grant, 60, suffered catastrophic injuries outside her home as she and her husband tried to stop the boy taking their vehicle.
Findings indicate bird-like feet evolved much earlier than previously thought, possibly by 60 million years.
The planets orbit their central star in a rhythmic beat, a rare case of an ‘in sync’ gravitational lockstep.
Rishi Sunak said the ‘toughest action ever taken to reduce legal migration’ is ‘yet to be felt’ as he faced questions in the Commons.
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has also highlighted the use of AI to create and spread disinformation as a key threat.
The charity said it was braced to provide debt support as increasing numbers resort to using the unregulated credit.
But Judge Mark Mullen heard the former Liverpool footballer is facing another claim from the liquidators of a company he used to run.
Snow has been recorded in eastern Scotland, Northumberland and Yorkshire.
Some 245 men aged 70 and over were killed in crashes during the year to the end of June, provisional figures for Britain show.
Fergus Ewing said the SNP standing in the Na h-Eileanan an Iar (Western Isles) seat would split the pro-independence vote.
The bill was racked up by the Scottish Health Secretary’s children using his parliamentary iPad as a hotspot to watch football on holiday.
A diplomatic row between the UK and Greece was triggered by Rishi Sunak’s snub to Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden has been urged to use security powers to review the potential sale to an Abu-Dhabi-backed investment fund.
Professor Dame Jenny Harries, England’s deputy chief medical officer, has been giving evidence to the Covid-19 public inquiry.
Permanent secretary Sir Matthew Rycroft told MPs there was a Home Office team in Kigali ‘as we speak’.