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£2k a night escort may have been pushed by wealthy client to her death from eighth floor of hotel
£2k a night escort may have been pushed by wealthy client to her death from eighth floor of hotel, family suggestBut when the family collected her belongings from the hotel, a s...
Turkey probes cryptocurrency exchange for possible $2B fraud
Turkish prosecutors launched an investigation into a cryptocurrency exchange Thursday over allegations it may have defrauded some 390,000 investors of an estimated $2 billion.
Danske Bank CEO resigns after being named a suspect in Dutch probe
Danske Bank Chief Executive Chris Vogelzang resigned on Monday after the Dutch authorities named him as a suspect in a probe into violations of money-laundering regulations at D...
Commonwealth war graves: PM 'deeply troubled' over racism
Boris Johnson said he is "deeply troubled" by failures to properly commemorate black and Asian troops who died fighting for the British Empire during World War One.
China’s Belt & Road: Britain’s Empire Meets Brooklyn’s Mob
China has great needs that impel what is effectively a new imperialism.
2020 Was Europe's Hottest Year On Record: European Union Scientists
As world leaders prepared to brandish their plans to fight climate change at a U.S.-led summit on Thursday, EU scientists issued a stark reminder that the impacts of a warmer wo...
Twelve-year-olds to get Covid jabs from September under plans to stop killer winter wave
KIDS as young as 12 will get Covid jabs from September in plans by the Government to stop a killer winter wave.
Boris Johnson urges leaders to ‘get serious’ at climate summit
Prime minister calls on countries to come to Cop26 ‘armed with ambitious targets and plans’
Covid-19 no longer leading cause of death in England and Wales, govt data shows for first time in months
Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that Covid-19 is no longer the biggest killer in England and Wales, falling from the top spot for the first tim...
Boris Johnson under scrutiny over Ed Woodward meeting before Super League launch
Boris Johnson is facing scrutiny after it emerged he met with Manchester United chairman Ed Woodward in Downing Street just days before the launch of the controversial European ...
London court allows Australia's Wright to serve bitcoin copyright claim
London’s High Court has paved the way for a case that could force its judges to take a view on who invented bitcoin, the world’s biggest cryptocurrency which last week soared to...
Boris Johnson hunts for leaker with ‘internal inquiry’ after ‘lobbying’ texts with billionaire James Dyson exposed
Downing Street is investigating the leak of text messages between Boris Johnson and billionaire vacuum cleaner tycoon James Dyson following outcry over the PM’s phone ‘lobbying’.
Covid: Vaccine uptake among over-50s hits 95% in England
The percentage of over-50s vaccinated has hit 95% in England, NHS data shows.
Cops probe WhatsApps 'about National Rape Day' after TikTok video rumours
POLICE are investigating reports of a Brit WhatsApp group allegedly promoting a supposed American TikTok video said to call April 24 "National Rape Day".
Leak inquiry launched as No 10 insiders accuse Dominic Cummings
Reports over former adviser could draw attention away from the contents of leaks such as texts to James Dyson
Boris takes swipe at Trump in praising US for 'returning' to climate fight
Boris Johnson took a thinly veiled swipe at former US President Donald Trump on Thursday, as he backed new American leader Joe Biden’s pledge to half greenhouse gas emissions by...
David Cameron kept pushing Bank and Treasury to risk £20bn to help Greensill
Former prime minister sent string of emails to Bank officials and argued firm should be a priority for Treasury funding
Is it the end of the line for landline phones?
Four million homes have dropped their fixed line phones since 2000 a trend which may see a post-pandemic boost.
UK corruption watchdog report alleges ‘systemic bias,’ says Downing St’s Covid-19 procurement favoured firms friendly with MPs
The UK government is under fire for its “systemically biased” approach to Covid-related procurement, after a new anti-corruption report raised red flags for over £3.7 billion wo...
London mayor candidate drank his own urine... twice
Video footage has emerged of a London mayoral candidate drinking his own urine.
UK financial watchdog to 'reset' how it protects consumers
Britain’s financial regulator said on Thursday it will rethink how consumers should be protected after a surge in online scams since people were forced to work from home due to ...
Fourth officer allegedly fathered child after meeting woman undercover
Officer used alias Alan Bond while infiltrating the Socialist Workers party between 1981 and 1986, inquiry hears
Theresa May among most trolled politicians in Britain
Home Secretary Priti Patel is number one, ahead of Nigel Farage and Prime Minister Boris Johnson
TikTok Hype House stars land reality show on Netflix
Hype House followers are going to enjoy even more content from their favorite YouTube and TikTok influencers after they landed a new reality series on Netflix.
There’s a new influencer in town: Followed by thousands, in service to Her Majesty the Queen… welcome to Instagram, MI5
British spy agency MI5 is now on Instagram, promising to show off the ‘secret of successful spying’ and demonstrate how to ‘consider all angles.’ It has already beaten its siste...
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