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19th June, 09:20
MP accused of sexually assaulting teenage boy suspended by Tories
An MP suspended by the Tories is facing trial accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 2008, it can be revealed..
19th June, 08:05
Findings of report into private detective Daniel Morgans death in 1987 are national shame son says
The son of Daniel Morgan has labelled the findings of a report into his fatherâs death a ânational shameâ, as he criticised the Metropolitan Police for its response..
19th June, 07:15
Royal British Legion to stop selling poppies in the EU due to Brexit
The Royal British Legion will no longer sell poppies in the European Union due to red tape following Brexit, according to reports..
19th June, 07:00
Gareth Southgate calls for patience after Englands stalemate against Scotland
Gareth Southgate called on supporters to stick with the players after some England fans booed the team following the lacklustre goalless European Championship draw against old rivals Scotland..
18th June, 05:20
Chesham and Amersham shockwave puts crack in Tory Blue Wall
The party lost councillors in places including Tunbridge Wells, Surrey and Oxfordshire, as well as the West of England mayoralty..
17th June, 09:40
Kanye West life size crucifixion sculpture going on sale for the first time
A life-size fibreglass sculpture of Kanye West reimagined as a golden Christ is among a collection of contemporary artworks going on sale for the first time..
17th June, 05:10
Officials consider how vaccines could open up summer holidays
This could mean the return of holidays to popular summer hotspots such as Spain, Portugal, France and Italy, which are all currently on the UKâs amber list..
16th June, 19:15
MPs back extension of Covid 19 restrictions until July 19
MPs have approved the extension of coronavirus restrictions in England until July 19, after Boris Johnson faced pressure from members of his own party over the delay..
16th June, 16:55
Ban urged of online anonymity to tackle abuse as Jo Cox remembered in Parliament
A ban has been urged of online anonymity to tackle cyber abuse as tributes were paid at Westminster to the âinspirationalâ MP Jo Cox on the fifth anniversary of her murder..
16th June, 07:50
Ariana Grande and James Corden celebrate end of US lockdowns in musical skit
Ariana Grande joined James Corden for one of her first TV appearances since getting married, celebrating the end of mass lockdowns in the US as California fully reopened its economy and New York lifted its remaining restrictions..
16th June, 07:00
Victim of paedophile Barry Bennell takes legal action against ex Butlins owners
A victim of paedophile Barry Bennell is taking legal action against the previous owners of Butlinâs after the football coach groomed him while working at a holiday park..
16th June, 05:05
Ministers will make Covid vaccines mandatory for care home staff
The Government has held a consultation into the controversial proposal as a measure to protect the most vulnerable from contracting Covid-19..
15th June, 21:00
Judge approves Weinsteins extradition for California rape case
A New York judge has approved disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinsteinâs extradition to California, where he faces additional sexual assault charges..
15th June, 17:35
Met Police conducts a new forensic review of Daniel Morgans murder
The Metropolitan Police has insisted there is still a chance that the murder of Daniel Morgan could be solved, 34 years on..
15th June, 08:45
UK and Australia agree post Brexit free trade deal
Mr Johnson and his Australian counterpart, Scott Morrison, announced the agreement on Tuesday despite concerns from farmers on both sides over the deal..