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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.
China accuses UK of violating international law after sanctions over Ukraine war
China has accused Britain of violating international law after the UK announced new sanctions targeting "individuals and groups supporting and funding Putin's war machine".
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.
Suella Braverman: Tories face 'electoral oblivion' unless it gets tough on illegal migration
Suella Braverman has claimed the Conservative Party faces "electoral oblivion in a matter of months" if its emergency legislation to tackle illegal migration isn't tough enough.
All challenges against govt plans to use RAF bases to house asylum seekers thrown out
All challenges against government plans to use former RAF bases to house asylum seekers have been dismissed at the High Court.
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.
Fraud officers arrest one in dawn raid on UK plane engine parts provider
One person has been arrested as part of a fraud investigation into a company that provides engine parts to several major airlines.
Primodos: New study claims to find link between the pregnancy test drug and malformations
A new study claims to reveal how the hormone pregnancy test drug Primodos damages the foetus in some pregnant women.
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.
Asylum seekers jailed in Rwanda could be sent back to UK under deal, minister admits
Rwanda will be able to send asylum seekers who have committed a crime back to the UK under the terms of a new treaty, a minister has admitted.