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Fruit and veg supply could be ‘in trouble’, says NFU – citing added costs of Brexit and Ukraine war
With defence ministers from Britain, the US and Australia due to meet in Washington, Kim Sengupta looks at what the...
Michelle Donelan admits government would not run event again with ‘the luxury of hindsight’
Last 16 clash as Morocco and Spain look to set up a quarter-final with Portugal or Switzerland in Qatar
The picture was spotted on Encron by National Crime Agency investigators
Disconnect at top of government left Professor Chris Whitty feeling ‘pulled in all directions’, he claims
Two teenagers have been arrested over the murder of a 21-year-old-man in Westminster.
Scotland’s Health Secretary said there is no evidence of a pronounced spike in Strep A cases in Scotland.
Traces of the bacteria were found in shower heads at the Scottish Police College at Tulliallan in Fife.
Last-16 clash as Morocco and Spain look to set up a quarter-final with Portugal or Switzerland in Qatar
Ex On The Beach contestant alleged to have filmed garden sex on CCTV before uploading footage to website
The child who died was from the north east of the country, Dr Eamonn O’Moore of the HSE said
A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of common assault during a walkabout by King Charles III in Luton...
Sir Keir Starmer’s party sees quarterly donations rise 25%
The 25-year-old suffered a stress fracture of the back in May, having made his Test debut in the Caribbean in March.
Eleanor Williams said she went on to work for Mr Ramzan in his restaurant and he became her “boyfriend”
Emmanuel Brown described by police as a ‘dangerous sexual predator’
In 2021 an estimated 538,000 people in Wales aged three years and over (17.8%) reported being able to speak Welsh –...
Cristiano Ronaldo and co continue their bid for Portugal’s first world title, facing the Swiss in the last 16
Harrassment from debt collectors is seriously affecting people’s mental health
On the Breadline: ‘We would like to open in the evenings, but that will bring higher utility costs’
Cristiano Ronaldo and co continue their bid for Portugal’s first world title, facing the Swiss in the last 16
On the Breadline: Mayor of London calls on government to ‘match if not exceed’ our funding efforts
Some Britons to receive one-off, tax-free gift to boost festive coffers
Even before the World Cup, male athletes had been joining in the protests. But now they’ve done so at the foremost...
A rift between the European Union and member state Hungary has deepened after Budapest vetoed an 18-billion euro...
Online Safety Bill amendment would require regulator to investigate VPNs use to circumvent internet regulations
Hunt and Lazarus will argue that Articles 10 and 11 under the European Convention of Human Rights give lawful excuse...
Thousands of ambulance workers and other NHS staff are to strike on December 21 in a dispute over pay, the GMB,...
The Rugby Football Union has acted in response to a dismal autumn
Tory peer Baroness Michelle Mone faces questions over alleged links to a firm granted coronavirus PPE contracts.
Tory peer at centre of controversy over alleged links to firm awarded PPE contract
Jones has been fired after seven years in charge, just 10 months before the World Cup, with Steve Borthwick set to...
Gatland’s second spell in charge of Wales will begin with a fierce reintroduction to Test match rugby
Festive season to bring slight disruption to usual schedule to accommodate bank holidays
Harry Dunn’s killer Anne Sacoolas has been advised by her US government employer not to attend her own sentencing...
Guidance on scarlet fever outbreaks says antibiotics can be given on a case-by-case basis.
Groceries still 14.6% more expensive than one year ago but down from last month’s 14.7%
Egg shortages ‘just the start’, says NFU warning tomatoes, cucumbers and pears could become scarce
The RFU are expected to tell the England coach his fate in the next 24 hours
Outings important to ‘encourage greater engagement and inspire future ambitions’, says business chief
Eight children in Great Britain have died with a form of strep A.
A primary school pupil in Belfast has died after contracting Strep A, making her the ninth child to die from the...
‘The government cannot stand by as babies are placed at risk of malnutrition and serious illness due to the cost of...
Nurses, ambulance staff, post workers and bus drivers set to join rail unions in ’general strike’ in all but name
The France striker has scored five times in the tournament so far ahead of Saturday’s quarter-final with England
Homes had to be evacuated overnight because of the smoke being thrown up by the fire.
St Louis Cardinals will take on historic National League nemeses the Chicago Cubs at London Stadium in June in a...
Michael Gove said the new system would put ‘beauty and local democracy’ at the heart of the planning system.
The Three Lions play France in a World Cup quarter-final on Saturday and the last round of 16 matches will take...

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