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Glasgow project uses stage play to explore experience of Syrian refugees  On World Refugee Day, an ambitious new project bringing Syrian refugees together in Glasgow’s east end to perform a 2,400 year old text is launching...
Lenny Henry displays dramatic weight loss at private screening in London after battling diabetes  The 59-year-old comedian was diagnosed with diabetes which cost his late mum Winifred her legs
What was the 'meaningful vote' row about and what happens now that is it finally over?  Today's 319-303 win for the Prime Minister means the draft laws must go through final formalities in the House of Lords before being...
Darren Bonner murder trial: Accused left caravan in a 'mess' after alleged attack  Cleaners described finding mud on bed sheets and grass on floors when they tidied up the caravan where Richard Spottiswood had been staying
Mum kept prisoner in own home for 16 years reveals how she finally escaped  Zeenit Bibi, 36, told in a heartbreaking interview how she was controlled and beaten during her entire marriage
SNP back FoI consultation to avoid probe into ministers  SNP ministers have avoided a probe into their mishandling of freedom of information (FoI) requests thanks to the Liberal Democrats.
Donald Trump pledges to end family separations by executive order  President says ‘we’re going to keep families together’ after facing huge backlash for his ‘zero tolerance’ stance Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would sign...
This is why your boss should let you bring your dog to work on Friday  June 22 is Bring Your Dog To Work Day, a day that will raise money for All Dogs Matter, here's what you need to do to get involved
Teen yob caught hiding in bush gave police a particularly bad excuse  Connor Chapman drove along the wrong side of residential roads at 60mph
Britain's top EC commissioner lays out plan to tackle 'disinformation'  In wake of alleged election meddling by Russia and others, Sir Julian King aims for greater transparancy The UK’s most senior representative in the...
Scientists genetically engineer pigs immune to costly disease  Gene-editing technology could be propelled into commercial farms within five years Scientists have genetically engineered pigs to be immune to one of the world’s...
Tesla accuses former employee of hacking and transferring data  SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Tesla Inc has sued a former employee claiming that he hacked the electric carmaker's trade secrets and transferred large amounts of...
MP in wheelchair voted with sick bucket on her lap after 'outrageous' Tory scheme to win Brexit vote  The usual practice of 'nodding through' infirm MPs was suspended for today's vote
Everton, the Europa League and lessons for Marco Silva in the future  Burnley have learnt their Europa League fate today
Royal Ascot 2018 Day Three: Order Of St George to strike Gold again  Aidan O'Brien's staying star can regain his Gold Cup crown, while Crack On Crack On, Dubhe, Magic Wand and Key Victory may also score in Berkshire
The key Newcastle United questions this week - on Benitez's budget and the Magpies' striker search  Newcastle United writer Chris Waugh answered your NUFC-related queries in a Q&A on Chronicle Live
Dad who lost penis to rare cancer demands legalisation of cannabis oil which could have helped him  Wansbeck MP Ian Lavery is set to deliver cancer-sufferer Paul Keeney's petition to Parliament, and hopes it will help...
This is the 'sporty, fit and healthy' mum who died after getting trapped in airing cupboard  Elizabeth Mary Isherwood's family said they were 'absolutely devastated' by her tragic death
British holidaymakers face £440 fine if caught 'street drinking' in Magaluf  Council chiefs have upped the ante against badly-behaving Brits with street signs warning them of heavy fines for street drinking, nakedness and...
Public perceive older people as a nuisance, conference told  Publication of report on positive ageing told many parents ‘wary’ of leaving young with elderly
McDonald calls for reality check to overcome abortion objections  The Sinn Fein president said the party would call on the Republic of Ireland to provide services to women living in the north.
A new £14m leisure centre with swimming pools and bowling alley could be built in Tameside  The proposed ‘wellness centre’ is part of the town hall’s masterplan to deliver a ‘stepchange’ in health
Did you see a street brawl in Govanhill at rush hour?  POLICE were called to the scene of a street brawl in Govanhill - but found no one at the scene.
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