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Ways to Change the World: Richard Curtis  Screenwriter of Love Actually, Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral, Richard Curtis’ influence on romantic comedies and the nation’s Christmas viewing schedules is immense. But, ...
Corbyn on wreath at Palestinian cemetery  Another day, another shift in the row over what Jeremy Corbyn was doing in 2014 in a Tunis cemetery containing the graves of Palestinian fighters killed by Israel. Yesterday Mr Corbyn...
Cricketer Ben Stokes cleared of affray  The England cricketer, Ben Stokes, walked free from court today. He was found not guilty of affray outside a nightclub in Bristol last September after a seven-day trial. He said he’d been ...
Motorway bridge collapse in Genoa kills at least 20  It is one of Italy’s busiest motorways, especially in the holiday season. It is the main artery from southern France to the Italian coast, passing through the heart of the...
Former Met officer Dal Babu calls for more police resources  Dal Babu, a former chief superintendent in the Metropolitan Police, discusses what happened at Westminster.
Westminster car crash suspect being questioned by counter-terrorism police  Counter-terrorism officers are still questioning a 29-year-old British man who drove a small car into a security barrier in front of the Houses of...
Jeremy Corbyn responds to wreath row and Netanyahu criticism  Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn talks to Channel 4 News about the wreath-laying controversy – and Benjamin Netanyahu’s criticism of him.
Corbyn admits attending wreath-laying ceremony for Palestinian militants suspected of Munich massacre  He says he was present, but doesn’t “think” he was actually involved. It seems the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was at a 2014 ...
British lawyer accused of child abuse dies before police can question him  He was a prominent barrister and Christian leader, accused of brutally beating young boys, all in the name of religion. John Smyth is said to have...
Government unveils plan to eradicate rough sleeping  Ministers have unveiled a £100m plan aimed at eradicating rough sleeping in England within the next decade, but it’s not clear if it’s new money paying for it. Housing...
Struck-off doctor wins appeal to work again after crowdfunded campaign  A junior doctor who was struck off over the death of a six-year-old boy has won her appeal to work again. Dr Hazida Bawa-Garba was convicted of gross...
Edinburgh council debating new plaque on monument of former colonial secretary Henry Dundas  From the statue of Cecil Rhodes in Oxford to the confederate statues in the U.S., there’s a growing debate about the removal of...
Edinburgh council to acknowledge slavery history on prominent Henry Dundas statue  From the statue of Cecil Rhodes in Oxford to the confederate statues in the U.S., there’s a growing debate about the removal of monuments...
The man behind the novels: interview with close friend of VS Naipaul  Sir VS Naipaul’s close friend and soon-to-be editor of the Daily Mail, Geordie Greig, was by the novelist’s bedside when he died. Here, he speaks about the...
Nobel-Prize winning author VS Naipaul dies aged 85  The Nobel-Prize winning author Sir VS Naipaul has died at the age of 85. Sir Vidia, who was born in Trinidad, wrote more than 30 books, including his best known A House for Mr ...
Former White House staffer releases secret tape of firing by Chief of Staff  The former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman has claimed the Trump administration is “one where everybody lies” – and released a secret...
NASA launches mission to fly closer to the Sun than ever before  The US space agency NASA has launched a mission to investigate the mysteries of the Sun – flying closer than ever before. The Parker Solar Probe launched...
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