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Doctors accuse UK and US of Assange ‘psychological torture’ amid new indictment

Doctors accuse UK and US of Assange ‘psychological torture’ amid new indictment

US prosecutors are seeking the WikiLeaks founder’s extradition on grounds that he damaged national security by publishing classified documents.

Royal Mail axing 2,000 management jobs in coronavirus cost-cutting drive

Royal Mail axing 2,000 management jobs in coronavirus cost-cutting drive

The group is overhauling its management structure under plans to save £330m over the next two years.

Britons to be allowed to take holidays as air bridges plan takes form

Britons to be allowed to take holidays as air bridges plan takes form

Since June 8, all passengers – bar a handful of exemptions – have been required to go into self-isolation for 14 days when they arrive in the UK.

Westferry Printworks: Key questions about approval for controversial development

Westferry Printworks: Key questions about approval for controversial development

Robert Jenrick has also been criticised for travelling to visit his parents during lockdown.

What the papers say – June 25

What the papers say – June 25

A politician under fire and soaring temperatures fill the front pages.

Royal Navy carriers hampered by lack of support ships, watchdog warns

Royal Navy carriers hampered by lack of support ships, watchdog warns

The National Audit Office said the Carrier Strike force will have to operate for two years with only ‘basic’ radar defences.

Call for Jenrick to quit in controversy over planning approval for Tory donor

Call for Jenrick to quit in controversy over planning approval for Tory donor

The Housing Secretary has branded opposition claims ‘wild accusations’.

Coronavirus: NHS Test and Trace figures due as PM defends system

Coronavirus: NHS Test and Trace figures due as PM defends system

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has refused to give a date on when the system’s accompanying app would be made available.

William congratulates Oxford vaccine trial team

William congratulates Oxford vaccine trial team

The Duke of Cambridge said his family is proud of the work being done in the search for a vaccine against Covid-19.

Temperatures forecast to rise ahead of thunderstorms and torrential rain

Temperatures forecast to rise ahead of thunderstorms and torrential rain

Thunderstorms and torrential rain are forecast for parts of the UK from Thursday afternoon.

Body found in search for missing man in river

Body found in search for missing man in river

The man is thought to have got into difficulty in the Thames in Cookham, Berkshire.

Katie Price to appear before MPs during inquiry into online abuse

Katie Price to appear before MPs during inquiry into online abuse

She is campaigning to make online abuse a specific offence.

Harry and Meghan join youth group to make meals for needy in Los Angeles

Harry and Meghan join youth group to make meals for needy in Los Angeles

The couple were pictured cooking meals for those in need in Los Angeles as news comes of their plans to focus more on social issues.

Thunderstorms and torrential rain forecast following soaring temperatures

Thunderstorms and torrential rain forecast following soaring temperatures

The Met Office has issued yellow weather alerts for Thursday and Friday warning of disruption due to flooding, lightning strikes, hail and wind.

UK to start new tradition of applauding NHS on its birthday

UK to start new tradition of applauding NHS on its birthday

A nationwide clap will be held at 5pm on Sunday July 5, the 72nd anniversary of the service.

Jenrick ‘insistent’ housing plan pushed through before levy, document states

Jenrick ‘insistent’ housing plan pushed through before levy, document states

Labour put pressure on the Housing Secretary to provide correspondence with Richard Desmond over the Westferry Printworks application.

Shoreham Airshow crash families going into inquest ‘blind’, says lawyer

Shoreham Airshow crash families going into inquest ‘blind’, says lawyer

Barrister Gerard Forlin QC insisted families had a right to see evidence relating to the deaths of their loved ones.

Teenage girl undergoing surgery after shotgun and pipe bomb attack outside house

Teenage girl undergoing surgery after shotgun and pipe bomb attack outside house

The devices failed to go off but the girl was struck by shotgun pellets.

Seventh person arrested after theft of golden toilet from Blenheim Palace

Seventh person arrested after theft of golden toilet from Blenheim Palace

Thames Valley Police arrested a 44-year-old man from Kent on suspicion of burglary.

Almost 10 million cases of Covid-19 reported to World Health Organisation

Almost 10 million cases of Covid-19 reported to World Health Organisation

The death toll from the disease around the world has surpassed 470,000.

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