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Harry hopes to break the cycle of royal 'pain and...

The Duke of Sussex has compared his royal life to "a mixture between The Truman show and being in a zoo" in a new interview. Harry,...

Boy who died after being 'struck by lightning'...

The father of a boy who is believed to have died after being struck by lightning has posted a heartfelt tribute to his son - and revealed...

Unite leadership candidate suspended from Labour after...

A leadership candidate for one of Labour's biggest union backers has been suspended from the party after he suggested Priti Patel...

Soldier-turned doctor warns GP burnout 'would see...

Picture a doctor's clinic where its medical staff are 'on their knees' and completely 'overwhelmed' by their relentless workload....

Second vaccine doses in some areas could be brought forward...

Soaring cases of the COVID Indian variant have forced the government to consider bringing forward vaccine second doses in some areas....

Boy who died after being 'struck by lightening'...

The father of a boy who is believed to have died after being struck by lightening has posted a heartfelt tribute to his son - and...

Imam 'melancholic and upset' as Muslims hold...

After leading prayers, Imam Ansarey says usually around 400 people would sit together and pray for the morning Eid prayer - today...

Heir to Tony Blair? Clearly, you wish, David Cameron

It was always going to be a long and painful afternoon for David Cameron. And it couldn't have been much worse. But he didn't help...

UK's Indian COVID variant cases more than double in...

Cases of the Indian coronavirus variant in the UK have more than doubled in the past week, according to figures from Public Health...

Collector who bought WWII Army jacket sends it to daughter...

By Antony Thrower For Mailonline Published: 19:41 BST, 13 May 2021 | Updated: 20:10 BST, 13 May 2021 A man who bought a jacket belonging...

Hundreds of protesters lie under Home Office van to 'block...

By Tom Pyman and Katie Weston For Mailonline and PA Media Published: 12:23 BST, 13 May 2021 | Updated: 20:10 BST, 13 May 2021 Huge...

Lockdowns led to 9% drop in knife crime in England and...

By Antony Thrower For Mailonline Published: 20:08 BST, 13 May 2021 | Updated: 20:12 BST, 13 May 2021 The number of crimes committed...

MI5 had intelligence Fishmongers' Hall killer was...

MI5 received intelligence the Fishmongers' Hall killer was planning an attack on his release, an inquest has heard. Investigations...

Former Met Police officer who stole drug dealers'...

A former Metropolitan Police officer has been jailed for helping a drug gang steal money from other gangs. Kashif Mahmood, 32, from...

Protesters gather outside Old Trafford as Man Utd face...

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Blackburn officials deny over-18s will be offered COVID...

Officials in Blackburn have been forced to deny that over-18s will be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine, just hours after it had said...

Cameron repeatedly refuses to reveal Greensill salary -...

David Cameron has repeatedly refused to reveal his annual salary for Greensill Capital - the company he lobbied government ministers...

Harry compares royal life to mix of 'The Truman Show...

The Duke of Sussex has compared his royal life to "a mixture between The Truman show and being in a zoo" in a new interview. Harry,...

Headteachers call for school funding to match rise in child...

Schools are asking for extra help as research suggests a sharp rise in young families falling into poverty due to the pandemic. There's...

Men detained by Home Office released after face off between...

Men detained in a Home Office van have been released following a face off between police and protesters in Glasgow. A crowd of around...

Man lies under enforcement van as protesters try to stop...

Police and protesters faced off in Glasgow as immigration officers tried to remove people from a property during Eid al-Fitr celebrations....

Almost 19 million people have received two vaccine doses...

Another 636,647 coronavirus vaccination shots were administered yesterday, with almost 19 million people now having had two jabs....

Police and protesters face off as Home Office tries to...

Police and protesters faced off in Glasgow as immigration officers tried to remove people from a property during Eid al-Fitr celebrations....

Over 18s in some parts of Blackburn to be offered COVID...

People aged 18 and over will be able to receive a coronavirus vaccine in some areas of Blackburn from next week following a rise in...

Cameron says he was paid 'far more than what I earned...

David Cameron has said he was paid a "generous annual amount" which was "far more than I earned as prime minister" to lobby on behalf...

'I'm truly sorry': PM writes personal letter...

Boris Johnson has written a personal letter to the families of the 10 innocent people killed at Ballymurphy during the Northern Ireland...

Cameron says he was paid 'generous amount' to...

David Cameron has said he was paid a "generous annual amount" which was "far more than I earned as prime minister" to lobby on behalf...

Portugal holiday restart in peril due to EU ban - just...

The world's largest travel firm has warned it may be forced to cancel holiday flights to Portugal, just as the UK allows them again,...

Boris Johnson's personal letter tells families of...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written a personal letter to the families of the 10 innocent people killed at Ballymurphy during...

Eight people charged with rioting over Kill the Bill protest...

Eight people have been charged with rioting following the first Kill the Bill protest in Bristol. They will appear before Bristol...

'Ultra rapid' 25-second COVID test hailed as...

An "ultra rapid" coronavirus test which can produce results within 25 seconds has been hailed as a "game-changer". British Airways...

Trains found with cracks can resume service - but delays...

Trains removed from service after cracks were found can go back into operation - but delays are set to continue until at least next...

Delaying second COVID vaccine dose 'could cut deaths...

Delaying the second dose of a COVID vaccine so more people can get a first dose could cut deaths by up to 20%, a study suggests. The...

PM 'anxious' about Indian COVID variant and 'ruling...

The UK is "anxious" about the Indian COVID variant and the government is "ruling nothing out" when it comes to tackling its spread,...

Police urge ravers to come forward in hunt for missing...

Detectives have urged anyone who attended a rave at a disused quarry to come forward as they search for a missing teenager. Frantisek...

Trial date set for man accused of murdering PCSO Julia...

A trial date has been set for the man accused of murdering of police community support officer Julia James. Callum Wheeler, 21, from...

Champions League final moved from Istanbul to Portugal...

The Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea has been moved from Instanbul to Portugal, UEFA has announced, to allow...

Almost 5 million waiting for hospital treatment in England...

The number of people in England waiting to start hospital treatment has risen to a new record high, according to latest figures. A...

Government 'truly sorry' for events at Ballymurphy...

The UK government has said it is "truly sorry" for the events at Ballymurphy in Northern Ireland 50 years ago in which 10 innocent...

Muslims urged to remain cautious during Eid as global celebrations...

One of Britain's leading imams has urged Muslims not to "drop the ball" and observe COVID restrictions on mixing indoors and hugging...