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David Lammy meets families of Hamas hostages during Israel trip

David Lammy meets families of Hamas hostages during Israel trip

David Lammy meets families of Hamas hostages during Israel trip

15 July 2024

The Labour MP for Tottenham is visiting Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories for the first time as Foreign Secretary.


Respect and NHS top of ‘change’ agenda, major post-election survey finds

Respect and NHS top of ‘change’ agenda, major post-election survey finds

Respect and NHS top of ‘change’ agenda, major post-election survey finds

15 July 2024

Advocates of a Tory merge with Reform UK are ‘missing basic arithmetic’, More in Common boss Luke Tryl argued.


New European relations minister in Brussels to push for reset in UK-EU ties

New European relations minister in Brussels to push for reset in UK-EU ties

New European relations minister in Brussels to push for reset in UK-EU ties

15 July 2024

Nick Thomas-Symonds will meet the vice president of the European Commission for their first face-to-face talks.


New vaccine could lead to ‘really serious’ attempt to eradicate malaria

New vaccine could lead to ‘really serious’ attempt to eradicate malaria

New vaccine could lead to ‘really serious’ attempt to eradicate malaria

15 July 2024

The vaccine has been developed at the University of Oxford.


BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt and wife avoid bankruptcy over tax debt

BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt and wife avoid bankruptcy over tax debt

BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt and wife avoid bankruptcy over tax debt

15 July 2024

HM Revenue & Customs had issued a bankruptcy petition against the couple.


Wes Streeting ‘treading cautiously’ in pressing ahead with puberty blocker ban

Wes Streeting ‘treading cautiously’ in pressing ahead with puberty blocker ban

Wes Streeting ‘treading cautiously’ in pressing ahead with puberty blocker ban

15 July 2024

The Health Secretary has faced criticism from within his own party for the decision.


Rates should be cut to stop living standards squeeze, says Bank policymaker

Rates should be cut to stop living standards squeeze, says Bank policymaker

Rates should be cut to stop living standards squeeze, says Bank policymaker

15 July 2024

UK interest rates are currently at a 16-year high of 5.25% after they were increased in a bid to tackle soaring inflation.


Underground moon cave hidden beneath open pit ‘could be future human base’

Underground moon cave hidden beneath open pit ‘could be future human base’

Underground moon cave hidden beneath open pit ‘could be future human base’

15 July 2024

Researchers said this is the first lunar tunnel to be discovered that could be accessible to humans.


US citizen arrested a year after nurse left unable to walk following car crash

US citizen arrested a year after nurse left unable to walk following car crash

US citizen arrested a year after nurse left unable to walk following car crash

15 July 2024

Issac Calderon is accused of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.


Rishi Sunak should stay as Tory leader until November, Andrew Mitchell says

Rishi Sunak should stay as Tory leader until November, Andrew Mitchell says

Rishi Sunak should stay as Tory leader until November, Andrew Mitchell says

15 July 2024

The shadow foreign secretary argued the party should ‘play it long’ amid a split over the timeline of the contest to succeed Sunak.


King sends message to Donald Trump after assassination attempt

King sends message to Donald Trump after assassination attempt

King sends message to Donald Trump after assassination attempt

15 July 2024

Charles’s message was delivered on Sunday via the UK embassy in Washington DC.


New search to begin at farm for remains of Muriel McKay who was murdered in 1969

New search to begin at farm for remains of Muriel McKay who was murdered in 1969

New search to begin at farm for remains of Muriel McKay who was murdered in 1969

15 July 2024

Ms McKay was the wife of newspaper executive Alick McKay.


More than a third of major airports raise drop-off fees

More than a third of major airports raise drop-off fees

More than a third of major airports raise drop-off fees

15 July 2024

The RAC, which conducted the study, said some charges are ‘bordering on the ridiculous’.


Burberry boss replaced as firm warns over first-half losses amid slump in sales

Burberry boss replaced as firm warns over first-half losses amid slump in sales

Burberry boss replaced as firm warns over first-half losses amid slump in sales

15 July 2024

The luxury fashion group said Jonathan Akeroyd is leaving straight away and will be replaced by former Michael Kors boss Joshua Schulman.


Man charged with murder over bodies found in suitcases as victims named

Man charged with murder over bodies found in suitcases as victims named

Man charged with murder over bodies found in suitcases as victims named

15 July 2024

Police have charged Yostin Andres Mosquera and named the two victims as 62-year-old Albert Alfonso and 71-year-old Paul Longworth.


Man to keep England ‘Euro winners’ tattoo until next tournament in 2028

Man to keep England ‘Euro winners’ tattoo until next tournament in 2028

Man to keep England ‘Euro winners’ tattoo until next tournament in 2028

15 July 2024

Dan Thomas, who tattooed ‘England Euro Winners’ on his leg days before the final, will not cover up his tattoo despite the Three Lions defeat.


Trump says he wants to ‘bring the country together’ with convention speech

Trump says he wants to ‘bring the country together’ with convention speech

Trump says he wants to ‘bring the country together’ with convention speech

15 July 2024

The former president said he has rewritten his Republic National Convention speech after an assassination attempt.


What the papers say – July 15

What the papers say – July 15

What the papers say – July 15

15 July 2024

Images from the attempted assassination of Donald Trump feature on many of the front pages.


More investment for NHS but not social care is ‘like pouring water down a sink’

More investment for NHS but not social care is ‘like pouring water down a sink’

More investment for NHS but not social care is ‘like pouring water down a sink’

15 July 2024

The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services the situation regarding adult social care budgets is ‘as bad as it has been in recent history’.


King and Queen begin two-day trip to Channel Islands

King and Queen begin two-day trip to Channel Islands

King and Queen begin two-day trip to Channel Islands

15 July 2024

Charles, known as the Duke of Normandy on Jersey and Guernsey, is making the trip with Camilla.


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