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Human rights body to rule on how Labour dealt with anti-Semitism controversy

Human rights body to rule on how Labour dealt with anti-Semitism controversy

The Equality and Human Rights Commission to rule after launching landmark probe into the party.

Teenage girl arrested over death of man in Crawley

Teenage girl arrested over death of man in Crawley

Police say the girl, 14, was arrested late on Wednesday night.

BBC stars ‘to be forced to disclose outside earnings’

BBC stars ‘to be forced to disclose outside earnings’

The broadcaster is also set to introduce new rules governing employees’ use of social media.

Rashford ‘can’t stop smiling’ after school meals petition passes 1m signatures

Rashford ‘can’t stop smiling’ after school meals petition passes 1m signatures

The Manchester United star’s mission to ensure no child goes hungry has gripped the nation.

Tracey Emin: I hope to ‘get past Christmas’ following cancer diagnosis

Tracey Emin: I hope to ‘get past Christmas’ following cancer diagnosis

The 57-year-old artist was diagnosed in spring and underwent an operation in the summer after discovering the tumour in her bladder.

Car production hit lowest September level since 1995, figures show

Car production hit lowest September level since 1995, figures show

Just over 114,732 vehicles rolled off factory lines last month, down by 5.0% on September 2019.

Council leader’s Christmas wish as he urges people to follow Tier 3 rules

Council leader’s Christmas wish as he urges people to follow Tier 3 rules

David Mellen, leader of Nottingham City Council, apologised for the ‘inconvenience’ the restrictions would cause people and businesses.

Treatment of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe unjustified, says Raab

Treatment of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe unjustified, says Raab

The 42-year-old was summoned to court in Iran on Monday and told to prepare to return to prison following the hearing, her family said.

Search launched for missing fell runner in Perth and Kinross

Search launched for missing fell runner in Perth and Kinross

Chris Smith has been on Team GB as a fell runner.

Hospital Covid ‘hotspots’ mapped out in a new report

Hospital Covid ‘hotspots’ mapped out in a new report

The health service in England is publishing data on the number of people who contract the virus while in hospital.

What are the three-tier system rules as Nottinghamshire moves to highest level?

What are the three-tier system rules as Nottinghamshire moves to highest level?

All you need to know about what you can and cannot do in each tier.

Big banks still funding tar sands despite net zero goals, campaigners say

Big banks still funding tar sands despite net zero goals, campaigners say

Investor activism group ShareAction warns banks are risking their reputations for very little return with the highly polluting fossil fuel.

Torrential downpours set to bring ‘dangerous’ flooding across UK

Torrential downpours set to bring ‘dangerous’ flooding across UK

The Met Office has warned of large waves, heavy rain, strong gales and potential river flooding from Thursday.

Charles’s one million pound note is deposited at Bank of England

Charles’s one million pound note is deposited at Bank of England

On a virtual call with the Bank’s regional agents, Charles was briefly muted by a staff member as the online chat stated.

Charity donations up £800m during first half of 2020 – report

Charity donations up £800m during first half of 2020 – report

Charitable giving was at levels usually seen during the peak fundraising months leading up to Christmas, the Charities Aid Foundation said.

Poorest pupils face ‘double blow’ to schooling amid varied attendance rates

Poorest pupils face ‘double blow’ to schooling amid varied attendance rates

A report compared data on attendance across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland since the return of schools.

MPs and peers file legal suit over inaction claims on Russia election attacks

MPs and peers file legal suit over inaction claims on Russia election attacks

The claimants say Boris Johnson wants to keep the country ‘in the dark’ about Moscow’s attacks on UK democracy.

Millions face toughest restrictions as Nottinghamshire to enter Tier 3

Millions face toughest restrictions as Nottinghamshire to enter Tier 3

All areas of the county will now face the highest level of restrictions on Friday.

Second wave of Covid-19 at ‘critical stage’, and change is needed – experts

Second wave of Covid-19 at ‘critical stage’, and change is needed – experts

Researchers say the virus is increasing exponentially and there are an estimated 96,000 new infections per day.

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Blackburn with Darwen, Oldham and Rossendale continue to record the highest rates.

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