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Government announces further unilateral Northern Ireland Protocol relaxations

Government announces further unilateral Northern Ireland Protocol relaxations

Government announces further unilateral Northern Ireland Protocol relaxations

The latest move sees the temporary lifting of a ban on importing products from Great Britain with soil attached to them.

South Wales Police responding to ‘serious’ incident

South Wales Police responding to ‘serious’ incident

South Wales Police responding to ‘serious’ incident

The incident in Treorchy, in Rhondda Cynon Taf, involves ‘a number of casualties’, the force said.

Treasured 1920s ‘doll’ Easter egg up for auction

Treasured 1920s ‘doll’ Easter egg up for auction

Treasured 1920s ‘doll’ Easter egg up for auction

The well-preserved lot is going under the hammer at an antiques and collectors sale in Derbyshire next Friday.

Mail On Sunday ordered to print front-page statement on Meghan’s copyright win

Mail On Sunday ordered to print front-page statement on Meghan’s copyright win

Mail On Sunday ordered to print front-page statement on Meghan’s copyright win

The Duchess of Sussex sued the publisher over a series of articles which reproduced parts of a letter she wrote to her father.

Mass slow handclap urged in protest over proposed 1% pay rise for NHS workers

Mass slow handclap urged in protest over proposed 1% pay rise for NHS workers

Mass slow handclap urged in protest over proposed 1% pay rise for NHS workers

Unison said people should stand on their doorsteps and balconies next Thursday to join a public protest against the move.

NHS ‘managers should speak one-to-one to staff refusing vaccine’

NHS ‘managers should speak one-to-one to staff refusing vaccine’

NHS ‘managers should speak one-to-one to staff refusing vaccine’

Concerns have been raised about lower uptake of the vaccine among some groups, including ethnic communities.

Former FA chief wins damages over online corruption allegations

Former FA chief wins damages over online corruption allegations

Former FA chief wins damages over online corruption allegations

A judge said Martin Glenn was subjected to a ‘prolonged’ attack by Craig Kline, a former assistant director of football at Fulham FC.

Sturgeon refuses to confirm Blackford suggestion of Indyref2 in 2021

Sturgeon refuses to confirm Blackford suggestion of Indyref2 in 2021

Sturgeon refuses to confirm Blackford suggestion of Indyref2 in 2021

The First Minister refused to be drawn on remarks by the SNP’s Westminster leader that a second referendum could be held this year.

‘It’s eating away at my garden’ – drone images show homes at risk on cliff edge

‘It’s eating away at my garden’ – drone images show homes at risk on cliff edge

‘It’s eating away at my garden’ – drone images show homes at risk on cliff edge

A month of rain has seen more and more land collapse into the sea, with residents having to watch as their homes get closer and closer to the edge.

Meghan and Harry: We have the ability now to make our own choices

Meghan and Harry: We have the ability now to make our own choices

Meghan and Harry: We have the ability now to make our own choices

Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A CBS primetime special airs in America on Sunday evening.

Quad biker rescued from 60ft sinkhole

Quad biker rescued from 60ft sinkhole

Quad biker rescued from 60ft sinkhole

The incident occurred near Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.

Johnson to announce the outcome of defence and foreign policy review

Johnson to announce the outcome of defence and foreign policy review

Johnson to announce the outcome of defence and foreign policy review

The Chief of the Defence Staff, General Sir Nick Carter, will stay on to oversee the implementation of the changes.

The private hospital that is the first choice for the royal family

The private hospital that is the first choice for the royal family

The private hospital that is the first choice for the royal family

King Edward VII’s Hospital was established in 1899 by sisters Agnes and Fanny Keyser.

William and Kate told their text helpline saved schoolboy’s life

William and Kate told their text helpline saved schoolboy’s life

William and Kate told their text helpline saved schoolboy’s life

Shout 85258 is a confidential 24/7 text service which connects people experiencing problems with trained volunteers who can provide help.

Sturgeon ‘hopeful’ of speedier easing of rules on outdoor meeting

Sturgeon ‘hopeful’ of speedier easing of rules on outdoor meeting

Sturgeon ‘hopeful’ of speedier easing of rules on outdoor meeting

The First Minister was speaking at the Scottish Government’s coronavirus briefing in Edinburgh.

Covid-19 infections falling, but picture uncertain in some English regions

Covid-19 infections falling, but picture uncertain in some English regions

Covid-19 infections falling, but picture uncertain in some English regions

The latest data is based on swab tests from 684,875 people in the UK, regardless of whether they had symptoms.

Timeline of the Duke of Edinburgh’s stay in hospital

Timeline of the Duke of Edinburgh’s stay in hospital

Timeline of the Duke of Edinburgh’s stay in hospital

Philip has had surgery on his heart at the age of 99.

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