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Cabinet Office adviser worked as Greensill director

Cabinet Office adviser worked as Greensill director

Cabinet Office adviser worked as Greensill director

15 April 2021

Labour frontbencher Rachel Reeves said the revelation enlarges ‘the web of the Greensill scandal’.


Unique moment in history when duke’s coffin is lowered into Royal Vault

Unique moment in history when duke’s coffin is lowered into Royal Vault

Unique moment in history when duke’s coffin is lowered into Royal Vault

15 April 2021

The vault lies beneath the Quire of the chapel and the descent is controlled by an electric motor.


William and Harry: Brothers with a troubled relationship

William and Harry: Brothers with a troubled relationship

William and Harry: Brothers with a troubled relationship

15 April 2021

The Duke of Cambridge once highlighted how losing their mother Diana, Princess of Wales brought him and his brother closer together.


Duke of Edinburgh began teaching Countess Mountbatten carriage driving in 1994

Duke of Edinburgh began teaching Countess Mountbatten carriage driving in 1994

Duke of Edinburgh began teaching Countess Mountbatten carriage driving in 1994

15 April 2021

They remained firm friends for the rest of his life.


‘Fundamental failures’ in housing asylum seekers in military barracks – report

‘Fundamental failures’ in housing asylum seekers in military barracks – report

‘Fundamental failures’ in housing asylum seekers in military barracks – report

15 April 2021

A full report has revealed concerns about conditions in Napier Barracks in Kent and Penally Camp in Wales.


What we know about the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral

What we know about the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral

What we know about the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral

15 April 2021

Philip died in his sleep on Friday at the age of 99.


Queen delivered heartfelt address to nation on eve of mother’s funeral

Queen delivered heartfelt address to nation on eve of mother’s funeral

Queen delivered heartfelt address to nation on eve of mother’s funeral

15 April 2021

The Queen mother’s funeral was the last royal funeral to be extensively televised in the UK.


Plea to follow coronavirus rules amid concern over ‘dangerous wave’ overseas

Plea to follow coronavirus rules amid concern over ‘dangerous wave’ overseas

Plea to follow coronavirus rules amid concern over ‘dangerous wave’ overseas

15 April 2021

Public Health England’s Yvonne Doyle said it was ‘even more vital’ to follow coronavirus rules as lockdown is lifted.


NI leaders look to ‘brighter’ future with series of lockdown relaxations

NI leaders look to ‘brighter’ future with series of lockdown relaxations

NI leaders look to ‘brighter’ future with series of lockdown relaxations

15 April 2021

The reopening of Northern Ireland’s tourism and hospitality sectors have been fast-tracked as part of measures agreed by Stormont ministers.


Chemist shop stocked with 15,000 items made entirely from felt

Chemist shop stocked with 15,000 items made entirely from felt

Chemist shop stocked with 15,000 items made entirely from felt

15 April 2021

Artist Lucy Sparrow has created the Bourdon Street Chemist in Mayfair, where shelves are packed with felt products from painkillers to cold remedies.


Tributes paid to ‘determined’ police dog killed on duty

Tributes paid to ‘determined’ police dog killed on duty

Tributes paid to ‘determined’ police dog killed on duty

15 April 2021

PD Jet was hit by a train while chasing burglars in Gloucestershire.


Naval battle cry Action Stations to sound at funeral at duke’s request

Naval battle cry Action Stations to sound at funeral at duke’s request

Naval battle cry Action Stations to sound at funeral at duke’s request

15 April 2021

The military warning will be played by Buglers of the Royal Marines.


‘Difficult’ decisions made by Queen as Covid-19 impacts Philip’s funeral

‘Difficult’ decisions made by Queen as Covid-19 impacts Philip’s funeral

‘Difficult’ decisions made by Queen as Covid-19 impacts Philip’s funeral

15 April 2021

A congregation of 30 people will be required to socially distance and wear face masks.


What are the key timings for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral?

What are the key timings for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral?

What are the key timings for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral?

15 April 2021

Philip has been lying at rest in the private chapel in Windsor Castle.


Hospitality reopening fast-tracked in NI as raft of lockdown relaxations agreed

Hospitality reopening fast-tracked in NI as raft of lockdown relaxations agreed

Hospitality reopening fast-tracked in NI as raft of lockdown relaxations agreed

15 April 2021

Executive ministers have signed off on a timeline to reopen many aspects of the economy.


Accountant jailed over ‘industrial scale dishonesty’ to fund lavish lifestyle

Accountant jailed over ‘industrial scale dishonesty’ to fund lavish lifestyle

Accountant jailed over ‘industrial scale dishonesty’ to fund lavish lifestyle

15 April 2021

A judge said the was ‘there was no boundary of dishonesty’ Stephen Day was not prepared to cross.


Britain blames ‘malign’ Russian spies for major cyber attack on the West

Britain blames ‘malign’ Russian spies for major cyber attack on the West

Britain blames ‘malign’ Russian spies for major cyber attack on the West

15 April 2021

The Foreign Office said hackers linked to Russia’s SVR foreign intelligence agency were responsible for the SolarWinds hack.


Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

15 April 2021

Around one in three areas have recorded a week-on-week rise in rates.


Sturgeon ’emotional’ after receiving first Covid vaccine

Sturgeon ’emotional’ after receiving first Covid vaccine

Sturgeon ’emotional’ after receiving first Covid vaccine

15 April 2021

Scotland’s First Minister was given her first dose on Thursday.


Man charged with drink-driving on e-scooter

Man charged with drink-driving on e-scooter

Man charged with drink-driving on e-scooter

15 April 2021

Suffolk Police said a man failed a roadside breath test after being stopped in Ipswich.


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