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Plaid Cymru calls for inquiry into structural racism in Wales

Plaid Cymru calls for inquiry into structural racism in Wales

First Minister Mark Drakeford said he would think about setting one up following the death in the US of George Floyd.

Patel says quarantine ‘essential’ for arrivals to the UK

Patel says quarantine ‘essential’ for arrivals to the UK

Home Secretary defends plan to require most travellers to self-isolate for 14 days

Lockerbie bombing conviction appeal launched at High Court

Lockerbie bombing conviction appeal launched at High Court

Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was found guilty of mass murder after the atrocity in December 1988, which killed 270 people.

Facebook encryption plans could increase risk of online child abuse, MPs told

Facebook encryption plans could increase risk of online child abuse, MPs told

The National Crime Agency and the Internet Watch Foundation said they were ‘very concerned’ by Facebook’s plans to introduce end-to-end encryption.

BA could lose Heathrow slots due to job cuts, minister suggests

BA could lose Heathrow slots due to job cuts, minister suggests

Aviation minister Kelly Tolhurst told the Commons that she will be reviewing slot allocations at the UK’s busiest airport.

PM dismisses criticism of ‘shameful’ queuing for MPs to vote

PM dismisses criticism of ‘shameful’ queuing for MPs to vote

The Prime Minister said the Government wants proxy voting to be in place for those who cannot attend Parliament.

What is happening in Hong Kong?

What is happening in Hong Kong?

Activists in the former British colony have complained that a security law endorsed by Beijing last week may be used to suppress political activity.

Boris Johnson says death of George Floyd was ‘inexcusable’

Boris Johnson says death of George Floyd was ‘inexcusable’

The Prime Minister has faced calls to review sales of riot control equipment to the United States.

Queen’s official birthday to be marked by ‘small’ military ceremony

Queen’s official birthday to be marked by ‘small’ military ceremony

The traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony is not going ahead in its traditional format but a smaller military event is planned.

Compensation delay for Troubles’ victims ‘disappointing and frustrating’

Compensation delay for Troubles’ victims ‘disappointing and frustrating’

Legislation was passed at Westminster requiring a pension scheme to be up by the end of May.

PM accused of failing to accept Labour offer to help get pupils back to school

PM accused of failing to accept Labour offer to help get pupils back to school

Children across England have been returning to primary school this week,

Travelodge launches radical restructuring plan to save 10,000 jobs

Travelodge launches radical restructuring plan to save 10,000 jobs

The hotel group is set to file a Company’s Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) deal after heated talks with landlords.

Bank bosses told to prepare for ‘a number of outcomes’ including no-deal Brexit

Bank bosses told to prepare for ‘a number of outcomes’ including no-deal Brexit

The Bank of England comments follow reports that Governor Andrew Bailey has told banking executives to ramp-up no-deal planning.

Fewer heart attack patients seeking urgent care during Covid-19 outbreak – study

Fewer heart attack patients seeking urgent care during Covid-19 outbreak – study

The majority of hospital physicians and nurses reported a drop in patients with the most severe heart attacks attending hospital.

Thousands of people traced under new test and trace programme – Johnson

Thousands of people traced under new test and trace programme – Johnson

Some of the 25,000 contact tracers employed by the Government have told the media they have nothing to do, despite earning up to £27.75 an hour.

Three more arrested over murder of law student

Three more arrested over murder of law student

Aya Hachem, 19, was gunned down on a shopping trip near her home in Blackburn.

Coronavirus deaths in Scottish care homes outstrip hospital Covid-19 fatalities

Coronavirus deaths in Scottish care homes outstrip hospital Covid-19 fatalities

A total of 3,911 people had died with confirmed or suspected Covid-19 in Scotland as of May 31.

Johnson defends his response to coronavirus crisis as death toll passes 50,000

Johnson defends his response to coronavirus crisis as death toll passes 50,000

At Prime Minister’s Questions Boris Johnson said he was ‘very proud of our record’.

Shops reopening could distract children from school work, MPs told

Shops reopening could distract children from school work, MPs told

The Children’s Commissioner for England Anne Longfield was giving evidence to the Education Select Committee.

Death of man at medieval castle due to heart attack, police say

Death of man at medieval castle due to heart attack, police say

Police have revealed 66-year-old Charles Hilder collapsed and later died from a heart attack after confrontations with two boys.

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