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Robert Jenrick resigns as immigration minister over government's Rwanda plan
Robert Jenrick has resigned from his post as immigration minister citing "strong disagreements" with the government over the Rwanda policy.
Man charged with attempted murder after pregnant woman stabbed in Aberfan
A man has been charged with attempted murder after a 29-year-old pregnant woman was stabbed in a village in South Wales.
People removed from COVID inquiry as Boris Johnson apologises for 'pain and suffering'
Boris Johnson was interrupted by protesters as he apologised for the "suffering" caused by COVID.
China warns of firm response after UK sanctions Chinese firms 'supplying Russia's war effort'
China has accused Britain of violating international law after the UK announced new sanctions targeting "individuals and groups supporting and funding Putin's war machine".
Ballet teacher Jonathan Barton acquitted of sexual assaults on teenage pupils
A ballet teacher accused of sexually assaulting teenage pupils has been acquitted of all charges.
Suella Braverman: Tories face 'electoral oblivion' unless they get tough on illegal migration
Suella Braverman has claimed the Conservative Party faces "electoral oblivion in a matter of months" if its emergency legislation to tackle illegal migration isn't tough enough.
All challenges against government plans to use RAF bases to house asylum seekers thrown out
All challenges against government plans to use former RAF bases to house asylum seekers have been dismissed at the High Court.
Primodos: New study claims to find link between the pregnancy test drug and malformations
The government has agreed to look at a new study which claims to reveal how the hormone pregnancy test drug Primodos causes malformations to babies in the womb.
Government stops short of fully committing to 'Hillsborough Law'
The government has stopped short of fully committing to a "Hillsborough Law" in its long-awaited response to a report on the experiences of the victims' families more than six years after it was published.
Luis Rubiales: Ex-head of Spanish FA 'forcefully kissed England player' after Women's World Cup final
Disgraced former Spanish football chief Luis Rubiales seemed to "forcefully" kiss England defender Lucy Bronze on her face and stroke teammate Laura Coombs's face after the Women's World Cup final, the FA chair has said.