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People removed from COVID inquiry as Boris Johnson interrupted while saying 'sorry for pain and suffering'
Boris Johnson was interrupted as he apologised for the "suffering" caused by the COVID pandemic.
Government stops short of fully committing to 'Hillsborough Law'
The government has stopped short of fully committing to a "Hillsborough Law" in its long-awaited response to a report on the experiences of the victims' families more than six years after it was published.
Woman shot dead in east London named
A woman who was shot dead in Hackney, East London, on Tuesday has been named as Lianne Gordon.
Taylor Swift crowned Time magazine's Person of the Year
Taylor Swift has been named Time magazine's Person of the Year for 2023.
Joseph Emerson: Attempted murder charges dropped against pilot who 'tried to cut plane's engines'
A former Alaska Airlines pilot accused of trying to cut the engines of a Horizon Air flight will not face charges of attempted murder.
King Charles and Kate pictured together for first time since Scobie book race row erupted
The King and the Princess of Wales have been pictured together for the first time since being named in a book as the senior royals who allegedly questioned what skin colour Prince Archie would have.
Investigation under way into claims boy, 10, 'punched multiple times' by teacher at Islington school
Investigations are under way following claims a teacher punched a 10-year-old "multiple times" at a London school - with the boy then being treated in A&E.
EU tariff U-turn to spare consumers extra bill for new electric cars
The European Union has bowed to demands from European carmakers and the British government for a delay to the introduction of 10% export tariffs on electric vehicles (EVs).
Key points so far as Boris Johnson gives evidence to COVID inquiry
Boris Johnson is just a few hours into to his marathon two-day hearing at the COVID inquiry and already a lot of ground has been covered.
More schools and colleges identified as having unsafe concrete
Concrete that could be at risk of collapse has been identified in another 17 schools and colleges in England, the government has confirmed.