The actress is a relative of nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale and will give a reading at Westminster Abbey.
Local folklore has long held the chalk figure to be a fertility aid and the earliest recorded mention of the giant dates from 1694.
Craig Murray has been sentenced to eight months in jail over posts which could have led to the identification of the complainers in the case.
GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming has said that, without action, the UK’s prosperity and security will be under threat from the likes of Russia and China.
Employment rate among young people fell last year, an ONS study found.
Deaths have now been below the five-year average for eight successive weeks.
The coffee and sandwich chain said it will open the first of four shops in June at Tesco’s Kensington supermarket.
Some 173,974 deaths of care home residents were registered in England and Wales between March 14 and April 2, the Office for National Statistics said.
The 53-year-old was found dead in Akholt Wood near her home in Kent on April 27.
Five-year-old Archie Wilks was diagnosed with the rare childhood cancer neuroblastoma two-and-a-half years ago.
The leadership candidate has said there will not be a single unionist party.
Richard Holden, the member for Durham North West, has previously told constituents not to be ‘litter tossers’.
The guidance has been informed by a wide-ranging consultation.
Former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt described the prospect of catastrophic care costs as ‘an incredible worry for people’.
The ban on overseas level travel will be lifted on Monday for people in England.
Just 536,000 people travelled through the London airport last month, a 92% reduction on the total for April 2019.
The Government’s latest share sale cuts its stake in the bank from 59.8% to 54.8%.