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21 October 2021
Ali Harbi Ali appeared in the dock at Westminster Magistrates’ Court accused of stabbing to death the Conservative MP for Southend West on Friday.
Olivia Burt’s father said the nightmare of losing her 1,353 days ago was made worse by inquiry delays.
Labour and trade unions have urged the Government to support a Private Member’s Bill.
The broadcaster is facing technical issues after its output was repeatedly disrupted following a technical issue.
Macmillan Cancer Support fears the effect of the winter flu season on the NHS and specialist cancer care when there is already a backlog of diagnosis.
Jonathan Smith, 61, has been praised for his bravery.
The funeral service for James Brokenshire was held in his constituency of Old Bexley and Sidcup in south-east London.
The Care Quality Commission’s chief inspector of hospitals said hospitals and ambulances were seeing a ‘major increase in pressure’.
The 25-year-old was remanded in custody.
Local schoolchildren played a prominent part in the cross-community service.
Consumer publication Which? has rated 33 suppliers of energy to UK homes.
Penelope Jackson is accused of murdering her husband David following a row over serving bubble and squeak with a steak dinner.
David Henderson, 67, is on trial at Cardiff Crown Court accused of endangering the safety of an aircraft.
The first of the 5,500 EU poultry workers given temporary visas are expected to arrive in the UK in early November.
Sinn Fein declined to attend the service of reflection at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh.
Professor Devi Sridhar said the UN climate conference in Glasgow is likely to increase pressure on the Scottish NHS.
Former Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service boss Stewart Edgar denies fraudulently buying the vehicle in 2018.
The care regulator said there is a genuine risk of a ‘tsunami of unmet need’ and many people not getting the care they ‘desperately need’.
The Commons Leader said Tories do not need to use face coverings because ‘we know each other’.
More children with special educational needs are being left without support as the Department for Education ‘drags its feet’, the report says.