April 14, 2021

UK News

People who lived in the Bronze Age kept human remains as relics and turned them into items such as musical instruments and home decorations.

People who lived in the Bronze Age kept dead relatives' body parts as relics and turned them into items such as musical instruments, home decorations and keepsakes.

A "manipulative" predator, who killed two women and hid their bodies in a freezer, has been convicted of murder.

A "manipulative" predator, who killed two women and hid their bodies in a freezer, has been convicted of murder.

A "manipulative" predator, who killed two women and hid their bodies in a freezer, has been given a life sentence with a minimum term of 38 years.

A "manipulative" predator who killed two women and hid their bodies in a freezer has been given a life sentence with a minimum term of 38 years.

Reading and Leeds festival organisers have announced two main stages with six headliners for 2021 - including no female stars.

Schools could be given extra funding to cover the cost of making them ready to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic.

Marks & Spencer is offering its full food range online for the first time from today in a tie-up with Ocado.

Most pupils will be three months behind in their studies when they return to schools in England, according to a survey.

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