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‘Little to show’ for millions of pounds spent on Rwanda asylum plan – report

‘Little to show’ for millions of pounds spent on Rwanda asylum plan – report

The Commons Public Accounts Committee published a report on Wednesday.

Pat Cullen standing down as RCN chief in bid to become Sinn Fein MP

Pat Cullen standing down as RCN chief in bid to become Sinn Fein MP

She is stepping down from her role as chief executive and general secretary of the nursing union

Public warned to be vigilant for signs of oak processionary moth

Public warned to be vigilant for signs of oak processionary moth

The moth’s caterpillars can damage oak trees and irritate people’s skin, eyes and throat.

War medal allegedly worn by police chief ‘110%’ a copy, misconduct panel told

War medal allegedly worn by police chief ‘110%’ a copy, misconduct panel told

Suspended Northamptonshire Police chief constable Nick Adderley is facing a misconduct hearing over claims that he exaggerated his naval service.

Sturgeon to join campaign trail ‘in ways I think are helpful’

Sturgeon to join campaign trail ‘in ways I think are helpful’

The former first minister refused to say whether she will be seen alongside John Swinney.

Pets at Home profits dip after weaker accessories sales

Pets at Home profits dip after weaker accessories sales

The petcare retailer and vet operator nevertheless said it is confident in its growth strategy.

Rishi Sunak urged to deselect Liz Truss over appearance on ‘far-right’ platform

Rishi Sunak urged to deselect Liz Truss over appearance on ‘far-right’ platform

The former prime minister was interviewed for a show on Lotus Eaters, set up by a commentator who suggested he might ‘rape’ an MP.

RCN leader Pat Cullen standing down in bid to become MP

RCN leader Pat Cullen standing down in bid to become MP

She is standing down from her role as chief executive and general secretary of the nursing union.

Junior doctors to stage pay strikes during election campaign

Junior doctors to stage pay strikes during election campaign

Talks had recently started to try to end the long-running dispute.

Anglo American rejects BHP calls to extend takeover talks deadline

Anglo American rejects BHP calls to extend takeover talks deadline

The companies have been in talks over a deal worth almost £39 billion since Wednesday May 22.

National service plan ‘could take millions in funding from Wales and Cornwall’

National service plan ‘could take millions in funding from Wales and Cornwall’

Areas like Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales, Cornwall and the Tees Valley are among the areas with the most to lose, according to a think tank.

Sunak and Starmer agree to ITV debate on June 4

Sunak and Starmer agree to ITV debate on June 4

Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader Rishi Sunak will face Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer in the hour-long debate.

Labour veteran Abbott ‘dismayed’ at prospect of being blocked from standing

Labour veteran Abbott ‘dismayed’ at prospect of being blocked from standing

She had the party whip restored on Tuesday, but appeared to believe she had been barred from standing on July 4.

Who is Daniel Kretinsky, the Czech billionaire trying to buy Royal Mail?

Who is Daniel Kretinsky, the Czech billionaire trying to buy Royal Mail?

The businessman, known as the ‘Czech sphinx’ because of his quiet, inscrutable style, could take over the 500-year-old organisation.

Flynn: SNP can retain all its seats at Westminster – and gain more

Flynn: SNP can retain all its seats at Westminster – and gain more

The party’s Westminster leader Stephen Flynn did accept however that support for the SNP has taken a ‘slight dip’ in opinion polls.

List of MPs standing down at General Election

List of MPs standing down at General Election

Conservative MPs account for the majority of members not seeking re-election.

AI device aims to help keep elderly safe by monitoring household appliances

AI device aims to help keep elderly safe by monitoring household appliances

It will raise the alarm if a vulnerable person living on their own does not follow their usual routine.

Diane Abbott row threatens to derail Labour’s NHS campaign pledge

Diane Abbott row threatens to derail Labour’s NHS campaign pledge

The veteran MP claims she is being blocked from standing for Labour in the General Election despite having the party whip restored.

BHP wants extension for Anglo American takeover talks

BHP wants extension for Anglo American takeover talks

The companies have been in talks over a deal worth almost £39 billion since Wednesday May 22.

Diane Abbott says she is ‘banned’ from standing as Labour candidate in election

Diane Abbott says she is ‘banned’ from standing as Labour candidate in election

The veteran MP was suspended in April 2023 over comments she made on racism.

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