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Sturgeon announces plan for National Care Service

Sturgeon announces plan for National Care Service

The First Minister said she wanted the service to be a ‘lasting and positive legacy’.

Arrests as Extinction Rebellion protesters converge on Wesminster

Arrests as Extinction Rebellion protesters converge on Wesminster

Campaigners waved flags and banners as they demanded the Government take the ‘climate crisis’ seriously.

Learners left frustrated at being unable to book driving tests

Learners left frustrated at being unable to book driving tests

The online booking system closed just six hours after reopening on Tuesday.

Shielding mother ‘has no choice’ but to send daughter back to school

Shielding mother ‘has no choice’ but to send daughter back to school

Jennifer East, who has an immune system disorder, said she feels it is ‘really not safe’ to send her daughter to secondary school.

Speaker: Tory MP facing rape accusation to stay away from the Commons

Speaker: Tory MP facing rape accusation to stay away from the Commons

MPs were urged not to name the member who was arrested.

Listed status for toilets that helped free women from ‘urinary leash’

Listed status for toilets that helped free women from ‘urinary leash’

Historic England said its protection is not just for churches and stately homes.

Draft bill on Indyref2 to be set out in parliament, Sturgeon announces

Draft bill on Indyref2 to be set out in parliament, Sturgeon announces

The First Minister set out her programme for government in the Scottish Parliament.

‘Dramatic’ number of concerns raised about Scottish Government ministers

‘Dramatic’ number of concerns raised about Scottish Government ministers

The FDA union said there had only been a ‘handful’ raised about other governments in the same time.

Boris Johnson insists Government has not been blown off course as MPs return

Boris Johnson insists Government has not been blown off course as MPs return

Many Tory backbenchers are frustrated by the Government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis and recent U-turns.

Harry and Meghan mark anniversary of Diana’s death with gardening session

Harry and Meghan mark anniversary of Diana’s death with gardening session

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited a programme run by the Assistance League of Los Angeles.

PM says ‘huge numbers’ returning to the office amid push to end home working

PM says ‘huge numbers’ returning to the office amid push to end home working

Downing Street said the public could expect more civil servants to be travelling into work again.

Instagram alcohol ad promoted by Love Island finalist ‘did not target children’

Instagram alcohol ad promoted by Love Island finalist ‘did not target children’

The ASA received a complaint over an ad featuring Luke Mabbott promoting a VK drink.

Mother’s dismay at failure to overturn decision to release daughter’s killer

Mother’s dismay at failure to overturn decision to release daughter’s killer

Marie McCourt has argued for a law change and insists Ian Simms should not have been freed before revealing where Helen McCourt’s body is hidden.

Trade deal with EU still possible but ‘not easy to achieve’ – Number 10

Trade deal with EU still possible but ‘not easy to achieve’ – Number 10

Informal Brexit talks between negotiators David Frost and Michel Barnier were taking place in London on Tuesday.

In Pictures: Now wash your hands and back to school

In Pictures: Now wash your hands and back to school

For some children it was their first time back in the classroom for six months.

Boris Johnson joins LinkedIn a week after denying Downing Street departure

Boris Johnson joins LinkedIn a week after denying Downing Street departure

The PM said he was joining the platform to ‘connect more directly’ with British businesses.

Mastodons travelled north when climate changed, study finds

Mastodons travelled north when climate changed, study finds

The animals were among the largest living land animals on Earth at the time.

Fatal crash claimed fifth victim after survivor took his own life, inquiry hears

Fatal crash claimed fifth victim after survivor took his own life, inquiry hears

Four people died when the Super Puma L2 helicopter ditched on the approach to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland, in 2013.

Same-sex religious weddings now available in Northern Ireland

Same-sex religious weddings now available in Northern Ireland

Amnesty International welcomed the change in the law, but called on government to allow couples with civil unions to convert them to marriages.

What are the child protection measures tech firms must follow by next year?

What are the child protection measures tech firms must follow by next year?

Companies have 12 months to ensure they adhere to the data regulator’s Age Appropriate Design Code.

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