By Holly Pyne

Friday 28 June 2019

Friday 28 June 2019

Police and MI5 cleared of failing to prevent London Bridge attack

Police and MI5 cleared of blame in London Bridge attack

Police and MI5 cleared of blame in London Bridge attack

A coroner has cleared MI5 and the police of failing to prevent the London Bridge attack.

Jess Phillips targeted by posters put up in ‘wrong’ constituency

Jess Phillips targeted by Birmingham anti-LGBT protesters

Jess Phillips targeted by Birmingham anti-LGBT protesters

Protesters against same-sex relationship lessons have put up posters called for a "vote of no confidence" in the Labour MP.

Family of 12 suspected of joining ISIS ‘all dead’, says relative

Family of 12 suspected of joining ISIS ‘all dead’, says relative

Family of 12 suspected of joining ISIS ‘all dead’, says relative

A British family of 12 suspected of joining Islamic State in Syria have all died, according to a relative.

Food company goes into liquidation over sandwich listeria outbreak

Food company goes into liquidation after sandwich listeria outbreak

Food company goes into liquidation after sandwich listeria outbreak

Good Food Chain has gone into liquidation after being investigated over a listeria outbreak at a number of UK hospitals.

Binman saves hamster who was thrown in bin and left to die

'Hero' binman saves hamster thrown out with rubbish

'Hero' binman saves hamster thrown out with rubbish

A refuse worker has been called a “hero” after saving a hamster that was thrown in a bin.

Over half of Britons think transphobia is an issue in Britain

Half of Brits think transphobia is an issue, survey says

Half of Brits think transphobia is an issue, survey says

Over half of Brits polled by YouGov think transphobia is a problem in the country, a study has found. 

Thursday 27 June 2019

Thursday 27 June 2019

Labour MP: Our party ‘can’t have a hierarchy of racism’

Labour MP: Our party ‘can’t have a hierarchy of racism’

Labour MP: Our party ‘can’t have a hierarchy of racism’

A Labour MP has said that the party “can’t have a hierarchy of racism” following Chris Williamson readmission. 

Man accused of train stabbing was paranoid schizophrenic, court hears

Man accused of train stabbing was paranoid schizophrenic, court hears

Man accused of train stabbing was paranoid schizophrenic, court hears

A man accused of murdering a fellow train passenger was paranoid schizophrenic and struggled on public transport, a court has heard.

Tom Watson: Chris Williamson should have Labour whip removed

Tom Watson: Chris Williamson should have Labour whip removed

Tom Watson: Chris Williamson should have Labour whip removed

Labour’s deputy leader has called on Jeremy Corbyn to withdraw the whip from Chris Williamson following his readmission to the party.

Anti-Brexit activists flood outside ‘Back Boris HQ’ with 2000 ducks

Anti-Brexit activists stage duck-themed protest at ‘Back Boris HQ’

Anti-Brexit activists stage duck-themed protest at ‘Back Boris HQ’

Our Future Our Choice campaigners poured 2,000 plastic ducks outside a building they believed to be Boris Johnson’s campaign office.

Wednesday 26 June 2019

Wednesday 26 June 2019

Jurors watch video of 'frenzied' train passenger stabbing

Jurors watch video of 'frenzied' train passenger stabbing

Jurors watch video of 'frenzied' train passenger stabbing

Jurors have watched shocking video of a "quick and frenzied" fatal attack on a train passenger.

Theresa May to meet with Vladimir Putin

Theresa May to meet with Vladimir Putin

Theresa May to meet with Vladimir Putin

Theresa May is to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two leaders attend the G20 summit in Osaka, Downing Street has said.

Chris Williamson’s Labour suspension lifted after antisemitism row

Chris Williamson’s Labour suspension lifted after antisemitism row

Chris Williamson’s Labour suspension lifted after antisemitism row

Chris Williamson’s suspension from the Labour Party has been lifted following the conclusion of a disciplinary case against him. 

Man sentenced after filming himself stealing sheep

Man sentenced after filming himself stealing sheep

Man sentenced after filming himself stealing sheep

A man who filmed himself stealing a sheep before releasing it into a city has been given a community order.

Independent football regulator ‘could restore faith’ in the game

Independent football regulator ‘could restore faith’ in the game

Independent football regulator ‘could restore faith’ in the game

An MP has called for the creation of an independent regulator for football to “restore faith” in the game. 

Medical appointments costing UK more than £10bn in lost work

Medical appointments may be costing UK more than £10bn in lost work

Medical appointments may be costing UK more than £10bn in lost work

Medical appointments could be costing the UK economy more than £10bn in lost working hours each year, according to research.

Woman who filmed boy ‘dancing’ while driving banned from road

Woman who filmed boy ‘dancing’ while driving banned from road

Woman who filmed boy ‘dancing’ while driving banned from road

A driver who uploaded footage to her Facebook page of a boy “dancing” in her car has been banned from the road. 

Tuesday 25 June 2019

Tuesday 25 June 2019

War memorial vandalised with anarchist graffiti

War memorial vandalised with anarchist graffiti

War memorial vandalised with anarchist graffiti

A war memorial in Swansea has been vandalised with red paint depicting anarchy symbols and slogans.

Jeremy Hunt hits out at Boris Johnson over no-deal Brexit letter

Jeremy Hunt hits out at Boris Johnson over no-deal Brexit letter

Jeremy Hunt hits out at Boris Johnson over no-deal Brexit letter

Jeremy Hunt has hit out at his fellow Tory leadership candidate after Boris Johnson called on him to commit to leaving the EU on October 31. 

‘Yellow vest’ protester James Goddard convicted of assault

‘Yellow vest’ protester James Goddard convicted of assault

‘Yellow vest’ protester James Goddard convicted of assault

Self-styled "yellow vest" protester James Goddard has been convicted of assaulting a photojournalist at a demo in Manchester.

Harry and Meghan’s house renovated with £2.4m from taxpayer

Harry and Meghan’s house renovated with £2.4m of taxpayers' money

Harry and Meghan’s house renovated with £2.4m of taxpayers' money

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Frogmore Cottage has been renovated with £2.4m of taxpayers' money, royal accounts have revealed.

Dominic Grieve: ‘Boris Johnson is not taken seriously abroad’

Dominic Grieve: ‘Boris Johnson is not taken seriously abroad’

Dominic Grieve: ‘Boris Johnson is not taken seriously abroad’

Boris Johnson is not taken seriously by politicians abroad, Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has claimed. 

Monday 24 June 2019

Monday 24 June 2019

Donald Trump orders sanctions on Iran’s supreme leader

Donald Trump orders sanctions targeting Iran's supreme leader

Donald Trump orders sanctions targeting Iran's supreme leader

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order targeting Iran's supreme leader and his associates with financial sanctions.

Man who pushed ex-eurotunnel boss on to Tube track jailed for life

Man who pushed ex-eurotunnel boss on to Tube track jailed for life

Man who pushed ex-eurotunnel boss on to Tube track jailed for life

A man who pushed a former Eurotunnel boss on to the tracks of the London Underground has been jailed for life with a minimum of 12 years.

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