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SNP’s opposition to Trident puts national security at risk, Tories claim

SNP’s opposition to Trident puts national security at risk, Tories claim

SNP’s opposition to Trident puts national security at risk, Tories claim

Scottish party deputy leader Meghan Gallacher is visiting Helensburgh on Saturday, near the Faslane naval base.

ITV should rename show Sir Alan Vs The Post Office, writer jokes after honour

ITV should rename show Sir Alan Vs The Post Office, writer jokes after honour

ITV should rename show Sir Alan Vs The Post Office, writer jokes after honour

Sir Alan was one of more than 550 claimants who brought legal action against the Post Office over the Horizon IT system between 2017 and 2019.

Kate Forbes pledges SNP will protect Scottish salmon industry

Kate Forbes pledges SNP will protect Scottish salmon industry

Kate Forbes pledges SNP will protect Scottish salmon industry

The Deputy First Minister will visit the largest haulage company for the Scottish salmon and seafood industry.

What to expect on the General Election campaign trail on Saturday

What to expect on the General Election campaign trail on Saturday

What to expect on the General Election campaign trail on Saturday

Here is your guide to the main developments in the General Election campaign on Saturday.

Princess of Wales has promoted causes supporting children and mental health

Princess of Wales has promoted causes supporting children and mental health

Princess of Wales has promoted causes supporting children and mental health

Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born to the Middletons at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading on January 9 1982.

What the papers say – June 15

What the papers say – June 15

What the papers say – June 15

Here are the stories making headlines on Saturday.

Six in 10 back more NHS spending, even if it means higher taxes – poll

Six in 10 back more NHS spending, even if it means higher taxes – poll

Six in 10 back more NHS spending, even if it means higher taxes – poll

Some 40% said they would be willing to pay higher personal taxes if it meant higher spending on public services more broadly.

Clive Myrie ‘shaken’ after death threats detailed type of bullet ‘to kill me’

Clive Myrie ‘shaken’ after death threats detailed type of bullet ‘to kill me’

Clive Myrie ‘shaken’ after death threats detailed type of bullet ‘to kill me’

The broadcaster will co-host the BBC’s election night coverage alongside Laura Kuenssberg.

Kate to make first official outing this year at Trooping the Colour

Kate to make first official outing this year at Trooping the Colour

Kate to make first official outing this year at Trooping the Colour

The Princess of Wales will ride in a carriage alongside her three children.

Sunak seeks support for Ukraine as Starmer and Streeting probed on NHS funding

Sunak seeks support for Ukraine as Starmer and Streeting probed on NHS funding

Sunak seeks support for Ukraine as Starmer and Streeting probed on NHS funding

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey will trail his party’s police and crime policies.

Labour candidate not attending local hustings due to ‘constant trolling’

Labour candidate not attending local hustings due to ‘constant trolling’

Labour candidate not attending local hustings due to ‘constant trolling’

Rosie Duffield is running for the Canterbury seat on July 4.

Cancer charities praise Kate’s ‘thoughtful words’ following health update

Cancer charities praise Kate’s ‘thoughtful words’ following health update

Cancer charities praise Kate’s ‘thoughtful words’ following health update

Kate said in a statement released on Friday that she is making ‘good progress’ and experiencing ‘good days and bad days’.

Sunak says he will stay on as MP if Tories lose, as Farage threat looms

Sunak says he will stay on as MP if Tories lose, as Farage threat looms

Sunak says he will stay on as MP if Tories lose, as Farage threat looms

Mr Sunak maintained he will ‘fight to the last day’ as he responded to a poll putting Reform UK ahead of the Tories.

Campaigners unite to call for change on Grenfell Tower fire anniversary

Campaigners unite to call for change on Grenfell Tower fire anniversary

Campaigners unite to call for change on Grenfell Tower fire anniversary

Those bereaved in the Infected Blood scandal and the pandemic voiced support on the seventh anniversary of the blaze.

New search under way for remains after man’s torso found in nature reserve

New search under way for remains after man’s torso found in nature reserve

New search under way for remains after man’s torso found in nature reserve

Greater Manchester Police continue to look for Stuart Everett’s remains.

Sunak vows to ‘fight to the last day’ as threat of Farage looms

Sunak vows to ‘fight to the last day’ as threat of Farage looms

Sunak vows to ‘fight to the last day’ as threat of Farage looms

‘The only poll that matters’ is election day, the Prime Minister said when asked why Tory voters seemed to be turning to Reform.

BBC reflects on career of Michael Mosley who ‘demystified science’ for nation

BBC reflects on career of Michael Mosley who ‘demystified science’ for nation

BBC reflects on career of Michael Mosley who ‘demystified science’ for nation

Michael Mosley: The Doctor Who Changed Britain aired on Friday on BBC One.

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