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27th February, 18:50

Captain Sir Tom Moore honoured with church bells and homemade tributes

Homemade tributes displayed in windows, flags flying at half mast and bell-ringing at churches were among the ways people across the UK paid their respects to Captain Sir Tom Moore..
27th February, 16:20

Bomb to be detonated

Suspected Second World War bomb found in Exeter to be detonated.
27th February, 14:25

Ken Clarke tells Sunak to consider tax hikes to repair finances from Covid

Conservative former chancellor Lord Ken Clarke has urged Rishi Sunak to consider hiking taxes in his Budget ..
27th February, 13:45

Captain Sir Tom Moore remembered as a Keighley lad in his home town

A wreath remembering Captain Sir Tom Moore has been laid on behalf of the Queen in his home town in Yorkshire..
27th February, 13:17

Captain Sir Tom Moores spirit lives on family tells funeral service

The family of Captain Sir Tom Moore have paid tribute to the veteran and NHS charity fundraiser at his funeral, saying his “message and his spirit lives on”..
27th February, 13:10

Anas Sarwar elected leader of Scottish Labour

Anas Sarwar has been elected leader of the Scottish Labour Party, winning 57.6% of the vote..
27th February, 10:35

Second World War era plane in flypast for Captain Sir Tom Moores funeral

A Second World War-era plane will soar over Captain Sir Tom Moore’s funeral service in honour of the veteran and NHS charity fundraiser..
27th February, 09:40

Alun Wyn Jones talks up George North ahead of 100th Wales cap

Alun Wyn Jones has paid a glowing tribute to team-mate George North ahead of him winning his 100th Wales cap..
27th February, 09:33

Mortgage guarantee scheme to help those with small deposits

A mortgage guarantee scheme aimed at helping aspiring homeowners with small deposits onto the property ladder and firing up the market will feature in next week’s Budget..
27th February, 09:08

Police and teachers angered by age based rollout of coronavirus vaccine

Teaching unions and police officers have been angered by the Government’s move to continue the rollout of coronavirus vaccines in age order, rather than prioritising the frontline professions..
27th February, 07:00

Rishi Sunak Nations economy to face enormous strains following lockdown

Britain’s public finances will face “enormous strains” in the wake of the third national lockdown, the Chancellor has warned..
26th February, 13:35

Over 40s will be next to get Covid jab in phase 2 of vaccine rollout

People aged over 40 in Scotland will be the next to be prioritised for a Covid-19 vaccine, the health secretary has confirmed..
26th February, 12:20

Events planned to mark 20th anniversary of worst rail crash of 21st century

Final preparations are under way the mark the 20th anniversary of the Selby Rail Crash – the worst UK rail tragedy of the 21st century..
26th February, 12:17

Harry speaks about family life with Meghan during chat with James Corden

The Duke of Sussex has spoken about family life during a chat with James Corden, revealing that son Archie’s first word was “crocodile” and the Queen gave the one-year-old a waffle maker for Christmas..
26th February, 10:26

Shamima Begum cannot return to the UK to pursue appeal Supreme Court rules

Shamima Begum cannot return to the UK to pursue an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship, the Supreme Court has ruled. Ms Begum was 15 when she and two other east London schoolgirls travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State group (IS) in February 2015..
26th February, 09:11

What we know about the Salmond inquiry

Alex Salmond is set to appear before the inquiry looking into the botched handling of harassment complaints against him. Following weeks of legal wrangling over what evidence can and cannot be published, the former first minister will give evidence to the Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints at 12.30pm on Friday..
26th February, 09:08

First travellers to be released from hotel quarantine

Some of the first people to check into quarantine hotels are to be released on Friday morning. From last Monday, UK and Irish nationals returning to England from a “red list” country deemed at high risk for Covid-19 have had to self-isolate in hotels for 11 nights..
26th February, 08:27

Brendan Rodgers takes responsibility for Leicesters Europa League exit

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers took the blame for the Foxes’ meek Europa League exit to Slavia Prague. Second-half goals from Lukas Provod and Abdallah Sima helped Slavia deservedly win 2-0 on the night and on aggregate to reach the last 16..
26th February, 08:19

Queen urges people unsure about coronavirus jab to get vaccinated

The Queen has urged those hesitant about the coronavirus jab to get vaccinated, as the Government prepares to publish details on the next phase of the rollout. The head of state, who was inoculated in January, said she understood that people who have never had a vaccine would find it “difficult” but encouraged them to “think about other people rather than themselves”..