Camilla reached out to squeeze the woman’s arm as she sat and spoke to her and three other women at the crisis accommodation in London.
Coppersmith Chris Johnson, 83, placed the last copper sheet on the dome at Smithfield Poultry Market, 60 years after he worked on the original roof.
The draft Bill instead orders courts to treat the country as safe and gives ministers powers to disregard sections of the Human Rights Act.
District Judge Kate Thomas took legal action against the Judicial Appointments Commission after failing in a bid to become a circuit judge.
Additions to the updated list include China, Cuba, India, Iran, Sri Lanka and Belarus.
Tory MPs from across the party are now expected to scrutinise the Bill, which Rishi Sunak will hope can reassure right-wingers and centrist MPs alike.
Sir Chris Bryant said rhetoric used by equalities minister Kemi Badenoch in the Commons had contributed to his safety concerns.
Sheffield City Council says smoke drifting over the city from controlled burning on nearby grouse moors causes health problems.
But HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary in Scotland also found that the culture within the force is improving overall.
The Government said it had signed up to a Hillsborough Charter, but said a ‘Hillsborough Law’ incorporating a legal duty of candour was not necessary.
Lianne Gordon was shot dead in Hackey, while a man, 20, and boy, 16, were also hurt in the attack.
She blamed Green policies for the Scottish Government losing support.
Boris Johnson feared leaks from the devolved administrations and bemoaned the lack of a UK-wide message.
Jonathan Barton had faced eight charges against eight different women.
The 16-year-old was was stabbed 28 times with a hunting knife, the jury has heard.
Homes and businesses could be flooded, while travelling is expected to be disrupted.
The Bank revealed it is looking more closely into whether the wider adoption of AI poses risks to financial stability in the UK.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) said its investigators carried out a dawn road at a site in London used by AOG Technics.
The former home secretary delivered the warning in a personal statement in the House of Commons.
Sharon Mair was giving evidence to the Scottish Covid-19 Inquiry on Wednesday.
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