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20 October 2021
Yat-Seng Chang was jailed for a total of nine years at Isleworth Crown Court
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford claimed the UK Government is proving to be an ‘active barrier’ to renewable energy opportunities.
The BT-owned network said the number of customers reporting scams has fallen by 85% since its new anti-spam filter was introduced.
A rescue operation was launched in the Moray Firth.
Holly Saul scooped the prize in the EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker draw on October 1 after a reminder from her father-in-law on WhatsApp.
Professor Linda Bauld said the main issue is communication, and that making something mandatory is a ‘big shift’.
The Government should urgently increase the support available for parents and carers before problems escalate, a children’s charity has said.
When the icebergs melted, it became too wet for the animals to survive because the vegetation they ate was practically wiped out, researchers say.
The Queen is on doctors’ orders to rest and she has pulled out of a two-day visit to Northern Ireland.
Figures showed the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 90% effective and the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine 91% effective in preventing deaths.
Former Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service boss Stewart Edgar denies fraudulently buying a Land Rover in 2018.
Traffic is expected to increase due to the half-term break in England and Wales.
Tom Harris has been made lead non-executive director to the Office of the Secretary of State for Scotland.
Sexuality, gender identity and disability are the topics people are most afraid to ask about, the study suggests.
Penelope Jackson denies the murder of her husband David but admits manslaughter.
A new report by animal charity the USPCA found trade had ‘rocketed’ over the last two years.
There was a minute’s silence in the Commons following PMQs in memory of the MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup.
The head of the NHS Confederation has called for ‘Plan B’ to be implemented to avoid a winter crisis for the health service.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to welcome around 120 world leaders to the crucial climate summit.
Billing problems accounted for 67% of disputes raised by customers in England and Wales.