December 11, 2023

UK News

Rishi Sunak will be challenged at the COVID inquiry on claims that government scientists branded him "Dr Death" - and called his scheme to kickstart the economy "Eat Out to Help Out the Virus".

Police investigating the murder of a man near a London Tube station almost 40 years ago have made an arrest.

Rishi Sunak is waiting to see the size of revolt over his immigration plans from both wings of his party as he enters a crunch week for his premiership. 

Three people have been stabbed in Liverpool in what police are calling a "shocking incident".

Two girls aged 13 and 14 have been arrested on suspicion of the robbery of a Jewish woman in north London.

A mother and son have died in a crash - as police hunt a BMW driver who fled the scene.

After seven years of political permacrisis, the assumption that every rumble in Westminster inevitably leads to big bang can be too tempting for many to resist.

Michael Gove has defended as a "salty intervention" a Conservative Party social media post that attacked Labour using an image of a BBC News presenter making a rude sign on camera.

The murder conviction of a Chicago man who has spent 12 years behind bars has been overturned - because a key eyewitness was legally blind.

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is set to have his account on X - formerly Twitter - reinstated after a poll by the platform's owner, Elon Musk.

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