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UK citizens 'will have fewer rights than migrants' under new family visa rules, researchers say
New family visa rules could leave British citizens with a foreign partner facing greater restrictions on who they can live with than migrant workers, according to leading immigration researchers.
Taylor Swift crowned Time magazine's Person of the Year
Taylor Swift has been named Time magazine's Person of the Year for 2023.
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.
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.
Five million more households yet to feel full rate hike burden, Bank of England warns
The Bank of England has said that UK households and businesses have been "resilient" in the face of rising interest rates – but repeated previous warnings that the full effect of higher interest rates was yet to come through.
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.
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".
Netanyahu says human rights groups are turning a blind eye to alleged rapes by Hamas
Benjamin Netanyahu has accused human rights groups of turning a blind eye to rapes that Israel says were committed by Hamas during the 7 October massacre.
Grand Theft Auto VI: First trailer released early by Rockstar Games after leak
The first trailer has been released for the massively anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI.
Whatever Boris Johnson said at the COVID inquiry, the evidence pointed to failures in leadership
Thousands of pieces of evidence, dozens of witnesses and weeks of testimony: all leading to the moment when the key protagonist, the man ultimately in charge of running the country during COVID, took to the stand to offer his version of events in No 10 and government during the pandemic.
Rishi Sunak facing political fight of his life as he wars with right wing Tories over Rwanda bill
It was but three hours after the prime minister published his emergency Rwanda legislation and issued a "unite or die" plea to his parliamentary party that his immigration minister gave his answer, and quit government.
Boris Johnson gives evidence to COVID inquiry - the key moments from day one
Boris Johnson has finished giving evidence on day one of his two-day hearing at the COVID inquiry and already a lot of ground has been covered.
COP28 host UAE has climate plan downgraded to 'critically insufficient' while hosting summit
The nation hosting the COP28 climate summit has had its climate plan downgraded to the lowest category.
Robert Jenrick's resignation letter and Rishi Sunak's response in full
Robert Jenrick has resigned as immigration minister over "strong disagreements" with the government over its Rwanda policy. Here is his resignation letter in full, followed by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's response.
GTA VI trailer: What we learned from first look at next Grand Theft Auto
The debut trailer for Grand Theft Auto VI has been released, offering fans their first official look at the long-awaited sequel.
Air France, Lufthansa and Etihad criticised over adverts that contained 'misleading' environmental claims
Adverts for three airlines have been banned by a regulator for giving consumers a misleading impression of their environmental credentials.
Vladimir Putin greeted with jets, horses, camels and flags in UAE during COP28 on rare trip abroad
Russian President Vladimir Putin was escorted by four Russian fighter jets on Wednesday as he jetted in to the Gulf on a rare trip abroad.
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.
US actors' union SAG-AFTRA hails 'enormous victory' as it ratifies deal that ended strike
The US actors' union has said the deal that ended its months-long strike was an "enormous victory" after it was ratified last night.
Thames Water pays £37.5m dividend amid debt pile and pollution fines, sparking Ofwat query
Thames Water has been asked to explain a £37.5m dividend payment made to a parent company.
David Cameron: 'No moral equivalence' between Hamas and Israel
Lord Cameron has said there is "no moral equivalence" between the actions of Hamas fighters and Israel's military.
EU tariff U-turn to spare consumers extra bill for new electric cars
The European Union has bowed to pressure from European carmakers and the British government for a delay to the introduction of 10% export tariffs on electric vehicles (EVs), sparing buyers from paying thousands of pounds more for a new car.