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UK cancer survival ‘stuck in the noughties and trails behind other countries’

UK cancer survival ‘stuck in the noughties and trails behind other countries’

UK cancer survival ‘stuck in the noughties and trails behind other countries’

18 June 2024

Macmillan said cancer care in the UK is at breaking point.


Tommy Robinson facing fresh contempt of court claim

Tommy Robinson facing fresh contempt of court claim

Tommy Robinson facing fresh contempt of court claim

18 June 2024

Campaign group Hope Not Hate alleged that Robinson had ignored an injunction and repeated allegations.


Post Office involved in ‘possibly a criminal conspiracy’ – forensic accountant

Post Office involved in ‘possibly a criminal conspiracy’ – forensic accountant

Post Office involved in ‘possibly a criminal conspiracy’ – forensic accountant

18 June 2024

Ian Henderson was one of two independent forensic accountants drafted in to review cases involving Horizon in 2012.


Nearly all ‘dine in’ dinner deals exceed government calorie guidance – study

Nearly all ‘dine in’ dinner deals exceed government calorie guidance – study

Nearly all ‘dine in’ dinner deals exceed government calorie guidance – study

18 June 2024

Some 93% of the meal deals surveyed exceeded the suggested limit, with the most calorific option containing 1,526 calories.


Opinion poll round-up with 16 days to go until the General Election

Opinion poll round-up with 16 days to go until the General Election

Opinion poll round-up with 16 days to go until the General Election

18 June 2024

Labour’s poll average puts the party 21 points ahead of the Conservatives.


Children’s hospices risk being ‘hugely reduced’ due to funding and cost issues

Children’s hospices risk being ‘hugely reduced’ due to funding and cost issues

Children’s hospices risk being ‘hugely reduced’ due to funding and cost issues

18 June 2024

Together for Short Lives has urged the next government to properly fund the ‘crucial services’.


Sir Keir Starmer speaks of sharing debate frustration with his wife Victoria

Sir Keir Starmer speaks of sharing debate frustration with his wife Victoria

Sir Keir Starmer speaks of sharing debate frustration with his wife Victoria

18 June 2024

The Labour leader said his wife Victoria had not featured heavily in the election campaign due to work commitments and helping their son with exams.


Three children missing after leaving Thorpe Park

Three children missing after leaving Thorpe Park

Three children missing after leaving Thorpe Park

18 June 2024

A teenage girl and two younger children were last seen walking towards Staines town centre just after 3.15pm on Monday.


Real Madrid security staff member ‘put hands round throat’ of steward

Real Madrid security staff member ‘put hands round throat’ of steward

Real Madrid security staff member ‘put hands round throat’ of steward

18 June 2024

Maria Hernandez, 52, is charged with assaulting Charis Cuthbert during the Champions League final on June 1.


SAS doctors vote yes to new pay deal

SAS doctors vote yes to new pay deal

SAS doctors vote yes to new pay deal

18 June 2024

The move puts an end to the pay dispute between members of the British Medical Association and the Government.


Reeves to reiterate Labour pledge to cut down energy bills

Reeves to reiterate Labour pledge to cut down energy bills

Reeves to reiterate Labour pledge to cut down energy bills

18 June 2024

The party has pledged £8.3 billion for the publicly owned Great British Energy company, which will invest in clean energy.


Eden Project Dundee set to transform former gasworks after plans approved

Eden Project Dundee set to transform former gasworks after plans approved

Eden Project Dundee set to transform former gasworks after plans approved

18 June 2024

The development will turn an area of the city’s industrial past into a major tourist attraction.


Starmer rules out Premier League transfer tax

Starmer rules out Premier League transfer tax

Starmer rules out Premier League transfer tax

18 June 2024

A 10% levy on transfers, proposed by the fan-led review of football governance, will not be part of Labour’s plans for reforming the game.


BBC reminds presenters of guidelines as Gary Lineker appears to break rules

BBC reminds presenters of guidelines as Gary Lineker appears to break rules

BBC reminds presenters of guidelines as Gary Lineker appears to break rules

18 June 2024

The TV star appeared to wear clothing from his Next range.


Keir Starmer will not ‘write future budgets’ amid questions over tax rises

Keir Starmer will not ‘write future budgets’ amid questions over tax rises

Keir Starmer will not ‘write future budgets’ amid questions over tax rises

18 June 2024

The Labour leader was asked about future changes to council tax, as he took questions on LBC radio.


‘You’re in the hands of the gods’ – Red Bull soapbox veterans ride again

‘You’re in the hands of the gods’ – Red Bull soapbox veterans ride again

‘You’re in the hands of the gods’ – Red Bull soapbox veterans ride again

18 June 2024

The Red Bull Soapbox Race challenges teams to prototype and create the wackiest homemade soapboxes.


How many people have registered to vote and when is the deadline?

How many people have registered to vote and when is the deadline?

How many people have registered to vote and when is the deadline?

18 June 2024

Here PA takes a look at all you need to know about registering for the July election.


Met Office issues thunderstorm warning for much of north of England

Met Office issues thunderstorm warning for much of north of England

Met Office issues thunderstorm warning for much of north of England

18 June 2024

The weather service said lightning strikes could damage a few buildings and structures.


Billions being spent by NHS on ‘preventable’ diabetes complications

Billions being spent by NHS on ‘preventable’ diabetes complications

Billions being spent by NHS on ‘preventable’ diabetes complications

18 June 2024

Diabetes UK estimates about 5.6 million people in the UK are living with diabetes.


Rewilding sites have seen 400% increase in jobs since 2008, research finds

Rewilding sites have seen 400% increase in jobs since 2008, research finds

Rewilding sites have seen 400% increase in jobs since 2008, research finds

18 June 2024

A survey recorded a 412% increase in jobs at 13 major rewilding projects covering almost 60,000 hectares in Scotland.


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