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Help people to thrive in their own country to stop migration crisis – Cleverly

Help people to thrive in their own country to stop migration crisis – Cleverly

Help people to thrive in their own country to stop migration crisis – Cleverly

26 February 2024

The Home Secretary will use a speech in New York to urge countries to ‘do more, together’ to prevent migrants from heading to the West.


Families accuse police of ‘ongoing mismanagement’ over Calocane case

Families accuse police of ‘ongoing mismanagement’ over Calocane case

Families accuse police of ‘ongoing mismanagement’ over Calocane case

26 February 2024

Nottinghamshire Police have come under fire from the relatives of Valdo Calocane’s victims.


Pattie Boyd’s love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison to be auctioned

Pattie Boyd’s love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison to be auctioned

Pattie Boyd’s love letters from Eric Clapton and George Harrison to be auctioned

26 February 2024

The letters will be on public view at Christie’s headquarters in London in March.


Irish president urges countries to ‘think again’ over withdrawal of Gaza funding

Irish president urges countries to ‘think again’ over withdrawal of Gaza funding

Irish president urges countries to ‘think again’ over withdrawal of Gaza funding

26 February 2024

Funding for the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees has been frozen by several countries.


England’s school summer holidays should be cut to four weeks, report to say

England’s school summer holidays should be cut to four weeks, report to say

England’s school summer holidays should be cut to four weeks, report to say

26 February 2024

Report author Lee Elliot Major said: ‘It’s time to reform a school calendar that has been stuck in place since Victorian times.’


Embattled Speaker faces more pressure to go after rejecting second Gaza debate

Embattled Speaker faces more pressure to go after rejecting second Gaza debate

Embattled Speaker faces more pressure to go after rejecting second Gaza debate

26 February 2024

Sir Lindsay Hoyle’s decision to deny an emergency debate on Gaza brought a flurry of new signatures to a motion calling for him to resign.


Law to exonerate wronged subpostmasters expected in Parliament ‘next month’

Law to exonerate wronged subpostmasters expected in Parliament ‘next month’

Law to exonerate wronged subpostmasters expected in Parliament ‘next month’

26 February 2024

The Post Office minister made the claim as he updated MPs on the Government’s plans.


Home Office minister says police could have acted to prevent Big Ben projection

Home Office minister says police could have acted to prevent Big Ben projection

Home Office minister says police could have acted to prevent Big Ben projection

26 February 2024

Protesters projected ‘from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free’ onto the Elizabeth Tower as MPs debated calls for a Gaza ceasefire last week.


‘Towering presence’ Lord Jacob Rothschild dies aged 87

‘Towering presence’ Lord Jacob Rothschild dies aged 87

‘Towering presence’ Lord Jacob Rothschild dies aged 87

26 February 2024

Lord Rothschild started his career in the family bank in 1963, before going on to found businesses and charitable foundations.


MP: I suffered far-right abuse after Tory MPs peddled conspiracy and hate speech

MP: I suffered far-right abuse after Tory MPs peddled conspiracy and hate speech

MP: I suffered far-right abuse after Tory MPs peddled conspiracy and hate speech

26 February 2024

Labour’s Dawn Butler asked for action to be taken as she raised her concerns at Home Office questions.


Just Stop Oil protesters guilty of aggravated trespass for disrupting Wimbledon

Just Stop Oil protesters guilty of aggravated trespass for disrupting Wimbledon

Just Stop Oil protesters guilty of aggravated trespass for disrupting Wimbledon

26 February 2024

Deborah Wilde, Simon Milner-Edwards and William Ward climbed over a barrier and threw tinsel and jigsaw puzzle pieces over the court.


NHS in England under ‘severe pressure’ as strike action continues – health chief

NHS in England under ‘severe pressure’ as strike action continues – health chief

NHS in England under ‘severe pressure’ as strike action continues – health chief

26 February 2024

Junior doctors have walked out for the 10th time since March as the bitter row with the Government over pay continues.


Northern Ireland’s education budget needs another £1 billion, says Givan

Northern Ireland’s education budget needs another £1 billion, says Givan

Northern Ireland’s education budget needs another £1 billion, says Givan

26 February 2024

Education Minister Paul Givan said his department is underfunded for the pressures it faces.


Cat killer Scarlet Blake who ‘revelled’ in murder jailed for life

Cat killer Scarlet Blake who ‘revelled’ in murder jailed for life

Cat killer Scarlet Blake who ‘revelled’ in murder jailed for life

26 February 2024

Scarlet Blake, 26, singled out Jorge Martin Carreno, 30, as he walked home from a night out in Oxford in July 2021, before brutally attacking him


Opposition parties set out plan to reject final Scottish budget vote

Opposition parties set out plan to reject final Scottish budget vote

Opposition parties set out plan to reject final Scottish budget vote

26 February 2024

The final vote on the 2024-25 Scottish budget will be held in the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday.


Dozens of charities urge parties to back mental health policies blueprint

Dozens of charities urge parties to back mental health policies blueprint

Dozens of charities urge parties to back mental health policies blueprint

26 February 2024

The Manifesto for a Mentally Healthier Nation has been backed by more than 60 charities and organisations.


Stormont education minister accuses UK Government of ‘letting down’ schools

Stormont education minister accuses UK Government of ‘letting down’ schools

Stormont education minister accuses UK Government of ‘letting down’ schools

26 February 2024

Paul Givan was speaking after a number of integrated schools and shared campuses were told they would no longer get new buildings.


Energy firms turning away from green investment in UK – report

Energy firms turning away from green investment in UK – report

Energy firms turning away from green investment in UK – report

26 February 2024

The UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association warned Britain is falling behind other governments in the green energy investment race.


Greens set out climate policies and electoral reform ‘red lines’ for co-operation

Greens set out climate policies and electoral reform ‘red lines’ for co-operation

Greens set out climate policies and electoral reform ‘red lines’ for co-operation

26 February 2024

The Green Party said it would stand candidates right across the country and hoped to secure four seats at the next election.


First-edition Harry Potter book sells for more than £10k at auction

First-edition Harry Potter book sells for more than £10k at auction

First-edition Harry Potter book sells for more than £10k at auction

26 February 2024

The uncorrected proof copy was bought for 13p almost 30 years ago.


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