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Greensill: David Cameron will respond 'positively' to any request for evidence
David Cameron will respond "positively" to any request to give evidence to inquiries into the Greensill affair, according to his spokesman.
Prince Philip: Royals expected to wear suits at Duke of Edinburgh's funeral after U-turn on military uniform
Members of the Royal Family will break with tradition and not wear military uniform at the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.
Elite UK universities named on Everyone's Invited 'rape culture' website
More than 80 UK universities have been named on a website where students have been posting about sexual harassment, abuse, misogyny and assault.
Disappearing Women: Artist paints portraits of all women killed by men in Britain in 2020
A British artist has started a campaign to "remember and honour" every single woman killed by a man in Britain last year by painting their portrait.
COVID-19: Surge testing to take place in an area of north London after cases of South African variant found
Surge testing is to take place in an area of north London after cases of the South African variant of COVID-19 were detected there.
Psychedelic compound in magic mushrooms 'promising' for treating depression
The active ingredient in magic mushrooms that gives them their psychedelic effect might be as good as, if not better than a leading drug used to treat depression, a new study suggests.
All Out Politics! Canadian MP completely naked in parliamentary Zoom call
A Canadian MP has apologised to colleagues after appearing completely starkers during a virtual meeting of the House of Commons.
US set to impose new Russia sanctions and expel officials over huge Solarwinds hacking attack
The US is expected to announce new sanctions on Russia as early as today over the hacking of government agencies and alleged election interference.
COVID-19: Cleaning the air in offices, school and hospitals key to fighting coronavirus in future
Fighting airborne transmission is key to any future attempts to reduce the transmission of COVID-19, a BMJ editorial has said.
CowCredits: Firm behind low methane cattle feed launches CO2 offsetting scheme
A British-Swiss firm behind cattle food which reduces a cow's methane emissions by 30% has begun selling carbon credits to allow companies to offset their CO2 footprint.