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Authorities give update on shooting in San Jose
Preliminary information indicates there are multiple fatalities, including the suspected shooter.
Covid lab returned four positive results from 2,400 Sheffield tests
Exclusive: positivity rate of 0.2% for tests processed by Immensa in Wolverhampton contrasts with national rate of about 5-8%
UK budget’s domestic flights move blasted for ignoring ‘climate emergency’ and sending wrong message ahead of COP26
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has drawn flak online for ignoring “climate emergency” fears after cutting taxes on domestic air travel and “undermining [the UK’s] credibility” as it pre...
WhatsApp will stop working on thousands of phones next week
WhatsApp, the most popular messaging app in the world, is about to stop working on thousands of phones.
Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak unveils help for low paid, pubs and businesses
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out changes to universal credit he says will give low income families an extra £1,000 a year.
Meghan target of coordinated Twitter hate campaign, report finds
Analysis identifies 83 accounts behind 70% of tweets abusing Duchess and Duke of Sussex
Man arrested over ‘abusive’ calls and death threats to Labour’s Deputy Leader Angela Rayner
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) officers have arrested a 52-year-old man for “multiple abusive and threatening phone calls, letters and emails over recent weeks” directed at the...
Impact of Brexit on economy 'worse than Covid'
The impact of Brexit on the UK economy will be worse in the long run compared to the coronavirus pandemic, the chairman of the Office for Budget Responsibility has said.
Fake Met Police badges and lanyards were being sold on Etsy for £4.99
A shop selling fake Metropolitan Police badges and lanyards has been taken down from Etsy.
Labour leader Starmer tests positive for Covid-19, self-isolates for 5th time
UK opposition and Labour Party leader Keir Starmer has tested positive for Covid-19, forcing him to miss the government’s budget announcement on Wednesday. He is self-isolating ...
Fishing rights row: French threats disappointing, says Frost
The UK has said threats to block British boats from French ports in a dispute over fishing rights are a breach of international law and trade agreements.
University tuition fees could be cut to £8,500, say sources
Exclusive: the Treasury is known to be unhappy about the cost of student loans that are never paid back
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