December 09, 2021

UK News

Joey Barton has been cleared of pushing over a rival manager at the end of a match, leaving him bloodied and with a broken tooth.

A private school in Bristol founded by slave trader Edward Colston in 1710 has decided to change its name.

A private school in Bristol founded by slave trader Edward Colston in 1710 has decided to change its name.

This week, the Nationality and Borders Bill returns to the Commons for two days of scrutiny.

Another 90 cases of the new Omicron COVID variant have been reported in the UK, taking the total to 336.

A minister has told Sky News he would be "surprised" if there were not any users of illegal drugs in the Houses of Parliament.

About 1,600 homes are still without power 10 days after Storm Arwen, with forecasters warning of more bad weather hitting the UK in the next 24 hours.

Zero carbon emission flights could be on the horizon thanks to new plans for a liquid hydrogen-powered plane, the government has said.

Two police officers who took and shared photos on WhatsApp of the bodies of two murdered sisters have been jailed.

The mother of two sisters murdered in Wembley has said the officers took photos of their bodies are "more sorry they got caught" after they were jailed for two years and nine months.

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