Men convicted of involvement in 2015 terror attacks in Paris
Salah Abdeslam, the lone surviving attacker from the 2015 Paris attacks, has been convicted of terrorist murder and sentenced to life without parole.
Royal Mail managers vote to strike in jobs dispute
Royal Mail managers have voted to strike in a dispute over jobs.
Wayne Rooney urges Derby fans to get behind his successor
Former Derby manager Wayne Rooney has urged fans to get behind his successor with the club on the verge of a takeover.
Man goes on trial accused of distributing racist and antisemitic podcasts
A man accused of setting up a “highly racist” and “highly antisemitic” podcast station called Radio Aryan has gone on trial.
Tesco shelves running bare of Heinz products in dispute over pricing
Tesco’s shelves are running bare of Heinz Beanz and Ketchup products following a dispute over pricing.
BBC journalist felt like prey as he was chased by protesters court hears
A BBC journalist felt like “prey” as he was chased by protesters at an anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine rally, a court heard.
Actors Ed Westwick and Amy Jackson arrive together at Wimbledon
Ed Westwick and Amy Jackson were among the famous faces enjoying a day out at Wimbledon on day three of the tournament.
NHS app must become permanent fixture in peoples lives says Javid
The NHS app must become a “permanent” fixture in people’s lives to reduce “unsustainable” spending on the health service, Sajid Javid has warned.
UK aircraft could secure shipping routes for Ukraines grain says Wallace
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has suggested British surveillance aircraft could help secure shipping routes to release Ukraine’s trapped grain.
Anthony Joshua hungry desperate to win his rematch against Oleksandr Usyk
Anthony Joshua admitted he is “definitely hungry, definitely desperate” to become world heavyweight champion again and is seeking a knockout of Oleksandr Usyk in their rematch.
Charles would never again handle large cash donations for his charities
The Prince of Wales would never again handle large cash donations to be passed to his charities, a royal source has said.
Scientists discover mechanism that controls spread of pancreatic cancer
It is possible to reverse a key process that allows pancreatic cancer cells to grow and spread around the body, scientists have found.
Former Covid taskforce head to stay as council chief despite lockdown gathering
The former head of the Government’s Covid taskforce, who apologised over her lockdown leaving drinks, will stay in her job as chief executive of one of England biggest local authorities, the council has confirmed.
Relatives of 12 year old boy in life support case win Court of Appeal fight
Relatives of a 12-year-old boy at the centre of a life-support treatment case have won a Court of Appeal fight.
Stephen Fry backs Extinction Rebellion Something has to be done
Stephen Fry has called on the British public to back Extinction Rebellion in a new video released by the climate change protest group.
George Russell is the most dominant Formula One team mate of the modern era
George Russell has a better record of beating his team-mate than any other driver to have started at least 50 races in the last 40 years, PA news agency analysis reveals.
Keith Lemon on the longest most fun party as Celebrity Juice to end
Comedian and TV star Leigh Francis said Celebrity Juice was the “longest most fun party” as it was announced that the ITV2 show will come to an end later this year.
Whitbread hires Dominos Pizza boss to replace Alison Brittain
Whitbread has confirmed that the current boss of Domino’s Pizza will take over as chief executive next year.
Drivers have a right to know why fuel prices keep rising
Fuel retailers have been accused of “inexplicably” raising pump prices again despite falling wholesale costs.
Government accused of dodging scrutiny on Australia trade deal
The International Trade Committee has urged a delay in ratifying the deal
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