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13h PM knew about Chris Pincher allegations before promotion, says No10
7h Bedford fire: At least one person has died after gas explosion
14h Copenhagen shopping mall gunman shot victims at random, say police
10h EasyJet plane escorted by fighter jet to Menorca over security fears
13h Amber Heard launches bid to overturn result of Johnny Depp libel fight

Kim Kardashian and Katie Perry among stars to protest Independence Day

Several famous faces have expressed resentment at celebrations in the wake of recent controversies in the country.

PM ‘aware of formal complaint against Chris Pincher’ before whip appointment

The BBC reported that the complaint about Chris Pincher’s conduct when he was a minister in the Foreign Office triggered a disciplinary process.

Amber Heard requests verdict in Johnny Depp defamation trial be overturned

The Aquaman star, 36, says the decision returned on June 1 in favour of Mr Depp was not supported by the evidence presented during the six-week trial.

Crowds expected to flock to Wimbledon for Brit Cameron Norrie in quarter-finals

The new home favourite, who revealed his nickname is ‘Nozza’, will face Belgium’s David Goffin on No.1 Court on Tuesday.

Universities promise return to ‘pre-pandemic’ level of firsts

Universities pledge to bring number of first and 2.1s back into line with 2019 levels.

Camilla commissions Kate to take her picture for Country Life cover

Kate is a keen amateur photographer and is patron of the Royal Photographic Society.

Customer complaints ‘costing businesses over £9bn a month in lost staff hours’

The research comes from the Institute of Customer Service’s Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI).

New website checker launched to combat online fraud

Get Safe Online has worked with fraud protection service Cifas to create an online tool to check whether a website is legitimate before visiting.

NHS to trial drone delivery for chemotherapy drugs

The health service says using a drone will cut the delivery time from four hours to 30 minutes for the Isle of Wight pilot scheme.

Just Stop Oil glue themselves to Constable artwork in National Gallery

Police have been called to the exhibit which has been closed to the public


Premier League footballer reportedly arrested in London on suspicion of rape

A man in his 20s is being questioned by Metropolitan Police officers over an alleged attack last month, it was reported.

Sturgeon tells PM referendum block will not mean Scots ‘refused right to choose’

The Scottish First Minister told Boris Johnson the absence of a Section 30 order “will not mean Scotland is refused the democratic right to choose.”

Campaigners in ‘Where is Peng Shuai?’ t-shirts ‘harassed’ by Wimbledon security

The group of men arrived at the championships on Monday morning via the Queue but did not change into their t-shirts until they were inside .

Starmer rules out return to EU or single market under Labour

The Labour leader also said the UK would not join a customs union under his party’s leadership, as he set out a five-point plan to ‘make Brexit work’.

Fleur East says X Factor needs to be ‘freshened up’ amid return talks

EXCLUSIVE The former contestant made her remarks as she helped launch the first NeighbourGood Café


Scottish independence would be ‘utterly tragic for whole world’, claims PM

Boris Johnson said a second independence poll is not a priority for the UK Government.

Joseph Coelho on hoping to ‘diversify bookshelves’ as 12th Children’s Laureate

The performance poet, playwright and children’s author is the 12th Waterstones Children’s Laureate and he will hold the post until 2024.

Matt Hancock backs Commons vote on legalising assisted dying

The former health secretary told MPs that it was time for an ‘informed, compassionate’ debate on assisted dying.

Labour: Change Troubles legislation to stop terrorists profiting from immunity

Peter Kyle warned the Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill would allow perpetrators to ‘live in freedom’.

Peer faced ‘litany of questions’ from 999 call handler as wife lay dying in arms

The renowned broadcaster and leading fertility expert Lord Winston says such a ‘waste of time’ is critical when seconds count

Legalised assisted dying could be abused, MP warns

The claim came as MPs debated a petition calling for assisted dying to be legalised for “terminally ill, mentally competent adults”.

Towie star Yazmin Oukhellou ‘stable and recovering in hospital after surgery’

The reality TV star was reportedly involved in a car crash in Turkey.

Bedford fire: At least one person has died after gas explosion

Footage shared on social media shows plumes of flame erupting from a residential building on Redwood Grove


Second homes and holiday lets in Wales face crackdown

Under the proposals a new licensing scheme for people who want to operate short-term holiday lets, such as Airbnb, is also planned.

Labour will not strike any deal with the SNP, says Anas Sarwar

The Scottish Labour leader told the Fabian Society in London that ‘co-operation and not conflict’ should be at the heart of government.

Rivers and rail option under consideration to free Ukraine’s grain, says Johnson

The Prime Minister told MPs that “alternative routes” will be looked at if the sea route continues to be blocked by Russia.

Wimbledon appealing against WTA fine for banning Russians and Belarusians

The All England Club has reportedly been fined £207,000 for banning Russian and Belarusian players after the invasion of Ukraine.

Wireless Festival Finsbury Park: Schedule, line up, and tickets

Major headliners include Cardi B, SZA, and Nicki Minaj


Wireless festival 2022 Finsbury Park: All the road closures

Everything you need to know about Finsbury Park road closures ahead of Wireless Festival 2022


Why are criminal barristers going on strike?

Everything you need to know about the criminal barristers strike


When will the next heatwave hit the UK with highs of 30C?

Next month is set to bring more scorching temperatures


What to do if your flight is delayed? Your options explained

Everything you need to know if your flight is delayed or cancelled


The last day to spend the old £20 note—and what happens afterwards

The old paper £20 and £50 notes won’t be legal tender for much longer.


What households can do to ease pressure of inflation surge

Here’s how households can beat the surge in inflation, which has hit a 40 year high


Travel chaos: What help are you entitled to if you get stuck abroad?

Find out what you can do if your flight home is delayed or cancelled.


Who is eligible for Cost of Living payment and when will it arrive?

When people will get first half of £650 Cost of Living payment and who is eligible


Why are petrol prices rising? What’s the cost, and will it reduce?

Petrol and diesel prices are on the increase: here’s why


Petrol prices: How can I reduce my fuel costs?

There are a number of ways drivers can reduce their fuel bills amid record pump prices