By Nick Moore

Wednesday 18 April 2018

Wednesday 18 April 2018

During her reign, Queen Elizabeth has owned more than 30 corgis

Queen saddened by death of last corgi

Queen saddened by death of last corgi

The dog Willow, who was almost 15, was put to sleep at Windsor Castle on Sunday

Tuesday 17 April 2018

Tuesday 17 April 2018

Lloyds hopes to redeploy affected staff where possible, with compulsory redundancies a "last resort"

Lloyds axe 1,200 jobs and will shut 49 branches

Lloyds axe 1,200 jobs and will shut 49 branches

The banking giant said 1,230 jobs will be cut across its branch network and some central functions as part of the move

Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard claimed Chancellor Philip Hammond was "fattening up RBS to sell to his friends in the city"

Labour MP: Closing RBS branches is 'economic vandalism'

Labour MP: Closing RBS branches is 'economic vandalism'

Richard Leonard claimed Chancellor Philip Hammond was "fattening up the Royal Bank of Scotland to sell to his friends in the city"

A wannabe Islamist killer used a paintballing session to train for jihad (stock image)

Aspiring jihadis went paintballing in Woking

Aspiring jihadis went paintballing in Woking

A wannabe Islamist killer used a paintballing session to train for jihad as he plotted to join terror groups fighting in Syria

Sound experts at the Scottish stadium recorded an "incredible" 115 decibel peak during Celtic v Rangers

'Hampden roar' as loud as a real lion

'Hampden roar' as loud as a real lion

Sound experts said the noise generated by at the recent Old Firm match was the equivalent of a real wildcat

Theresa May wants to help a million girls living in developing Commonwealth nations go to school for longer

Government pledges £212m to help education of girls in Commonwealth

Government pledges £212m to help education of girls in Commonwealth

Theresa May wants to help a million girls living in developing Commonwealth nations go to school for longer

The highest concentration was found at Mr Skripal's home, with eight other areas potentially contaminated

Salisbury poison was delivered in 'liquid form'

Salisbury poison was delivered in 'liquid form'

Only a "very small amount" of the deadly Novichok substance was used against Mr Skripal, 66, and 33-year-old Yulia, it is understood

Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May will again clash on the merits of taking military action in Syria

MPs to hold second emergency debate on Syria

MPs to hold second emergency debate on Syria

The Commons Speaker has granted Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a debate with Theresa May on British military action this afternoon

A former Cambridge Analytica (CA) employee says misuse of data was rife during the campaign

Leave.EU 'misused data' in Brexit campaign

Leave.EU 'misused data' in Brexit campaign

The misuse of UK citizens' personal data was "rife" between Brexit campaign group Leave.EU and other businesses, according to a former Cambridge Analytica (CA) employee

Hamish De Bretton Gordon claims that those condemning the UK air strikes on Syria are ignoring those most in danger

Chemical weapons expert: 'I abhor war, but sometimes you have to fight'

Chemical weapons expert: 'I abhor war, but sometimes you have to fight'

Hamish De Bretton Gordon says those condemning the strikes in Syria need to see the 'streets of Douma'

The move came amid anger that people who've lived in Britain since they were schoolchildren were now being denied access to healthcare and threatened with deportation

May to meet Caribbean leaders after 'appalling' treatment of Windrush generation

May to meet Caribbean leaders after 'appalling' treatment of Windrush generation

'some of the ways they have been treated has been wrong, and I am sorry,' said Mrs May

Employment is now at the highest level since records began in 1971

Employment hits record high as earnings edge above inflation

Employment hits record high as earnings edge above inflation

Employment increased by 55,000 in the quarter to February to 32.2 million, the highest figure since records began in 1971

The figures come amid a row over police staffing levels after a key Home Office report into tackling violent crime this month failed to acknowledge officer numbers

Under pressure police not taking days off amid staffing crisis

Under pressure police not taking days off amid staffing crisis

Frontline police officers in some forces are owed well over a week off in unclaimed rest days, new figures reveal

'Britain's housing problems have developed into a full-blown crisis,' says the Resolution Foundation

A third of millennials will 'rent into retirement'

A third of millennials will 'rent into retirement'

Up to half of the millennial generation could still be renting in their 40s, a report warns

Monday 16 April 2018

Monday 16 April 2018

'The NHS is underfunded, staff are overworked and underpaid, services have been cut - and it is the Government that has caused it,' says Aneira Thomas

First person born on NHS 'heartbroken' over services

First person born on NHS 'heartbroken' over services

'It breaks my heart to see the rundown of services,' Aneira Thomas told the Unison conference

The rights of British ex-pats once the UK has left the European Union has been one of the key topics in Brexit negotiations

One in seven Brits living in EU are Spanish ex-pats

One in seven Brits living in EU are Spanish ex-pats

Elderly ex-pats who have settled in Spain make up about one in seven of all British residents living in the EU, new figures suggest

Temperatures on Thursday will be warmer than many Southern European destinations

Britain to bask in week of warm weather

Britain to bask in week of warm weather

Temperatures on Thursday will be warmer than many Southern European destinations

Sir Tim Collins didn't agree that there is an alternative to bombings

Colonel: 'Russians owe Corbyn a few drinks' on Syria suggestions

Colonel: 'Russians owe Corbyn a few drinks' on Syria suggestions

Former British Army officer Colonel Tim Collins has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn's position on Syria is "a nonsense".

The 42-year-old admitted he was more than twice the legal limit after a car crash in March

Ant McPartlin pleads guilty to drink-driving

Ant McPartlin pleads guilty to drink-driving

The 42-year-old admitted he was more than twice the legal limit after his black Mini collided with two other cars in Richmond

A leaked report has revealed damning deficiencies in the tower's safety standards

Report: Grenfell refurbishment deficiencies helped the fire spread

Report: Grenfell refurbishment deficiencies helped the fire spread

The Grenfell Tower fire would have had "little opportunity" to spread from the flat it started in if the exterior of the tower had not been renovated with combustible material

Alastair Campbell says that the public should get a chance to vote on the terms of Brexit

Alastair Campbell on Brexit: 'No deal that won’t leave the country worse off’

Alastair Campbell on Brexit: 'We are going to be worse off'

The former Labour spokesperson says that 'it is becoming clear that so many of the promises that were made were false'

Two people have been stabbed to death in separate domestic incidents (stock photo)

London murder toll for 2018 nears 60 as two more killed

London murder toll for 2018 nears 60 as two more killed

Stabbings in Colindale and Brixton add to the death count in a violent year

Wetherspoon had more than 44,000 Twitter followers and more than 100,000 followers on Facebook

Wetherspoons deletes its accounts

Wetherspoons deletes its accounts

"It's becoming increasingly obvious that people spend too much time on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, and struggle to control the compulsion," says Chairman

Johnson insisted the strikes - co-ordinated with action by the United States and France - would send a warning to Syria

Boris Johnson: Syria strikes 'right for the world'

Boris Johnson: Syria strikes 'right for the world'

Johnson added that the Syrian war will go on, despite the latest strikes

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