Safiyya Shaikh has been jailed at the Old Bailey for a minimum of 14 years after pleading guilty to creating a terrorist act.
Safiyya Shaikh, a 37-year-old mother from Hayes in west London, wanted to blow up St Paul’s Cathedral in order to get to paradise.
Documents released by his family’s lawyers say he was ‘extremely distressed’ by his experience on the programme.
Canterbury Christ Church University has also terminated the historian’s visiting professorship.
The PM said he is not prepared to discuss ‘family conversations’ with Stanley Johnson.
Three airlines are taking legal action against Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
The blast caused part of the building’s roof to collapse.
Home cooks are being urged to take extreme care in using the Bedfordshire-grown peppers.
Party president Mary Lou McDonald and vice president Michelle O’Neill both said apologised on Friday morning.
The afternoon session will be filmed at 9 Downing Street, while the morning briefing will continue to be held behind closed doors.
The environmental organisation was found guilty of contempt of court.
Chief Constable of Merseyside Police Andy Cooke urged fans not to put people’s health at risk.
The Prime Minister said he believes in ‘substance’ not ‘gestures’.
The Government has announced a lifting of quarantine restrictions for people returning to or visiting England from some countries from July 10.
The Langham in central London, Cliveden House in Berkshire and The Bath Priory in Bath are among those which will screen visitors as they reopen.
A three-year pay deal for health workers is nearing an end.
The PM and partner Carrie Symonds welcomed their son Wilfred at the end of April.
A ‘final push’ is needed to raise the £232,000 needed to send Liam Scott, four, to New York for a cancer vaccine that could save his life.
The closely-watched IHS Markit/CIPS Services purchasing managers’ index rose to 47.1 last month from 29 in May.
Council officials said the majority of licensees have decided to hold off, with one bar fearing ‘total chaos’.
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