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21 October 2021
The Prince’s Trust awards were presented virtually earlier in the year, so the event gave Charles the opportunity to recognise winners in person.
The campaign orchestrated by MP Richard Holden calls for the Chancellor not to increase alcohol duties.
Around four in five local areas are currently recording a rise in rates.
Angharad Williamson has been charged with the murder of her son Logan Mwangi.
Peter Hartshorne-Jones believed he had Covid-19 and complained his wife was not paying him enough attention.
Last week the comedian survived the dance-off.
Rosie Duffield stayed away from last month’s conference over abuse after being labelled a transphobe.
Senior Crown Prosecutor Andrew Held was asked to advise on charging Stephen Port, an inquest heard.
Sinn Fein councillor Ciaran Beattie said the partition of Ireland is ‘nothing to celebrate’.
Boris Johnson attended the service along with Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney and Northern Ireland First Minister Paul Givan.
The Prime Minister was speaking days after the death of veteran Dennis Hutchings with Covid-19 while in Belfast for a court case.
Olivia Colman is among more than 40 public figures who have signed the letter to Boris Johnson.
The Home Secretary said on Wednesday that the threat level facing Members of Parliament is now deemed to be ‘substantial’.
Savers aged 16 or over can take out the bonds, which pay a fixed annual rate of 0.65% over a three-year term.
Data shows 57% of patients failed to develop antibodies after their second vaccination.
Andrew Carvel spent a fortnight creating the boat at his home in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
It comes after a report from MPs claimed that such terminology may have contributed towards a ‘systemic neglect’ of white working-class pupils.
The Second Sea Lord led an annual ceremony aboard HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
The Prime Minister said pressing ahead with booster jabs for the over-50s is the best way to combat the spread of the disease.
Boris Johnson said the way the post-Brexit agreement is being interpreted is ‘not coherent’ with the principles of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.