Month: March 2023

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The Vatican has said Pope Francis will be hospitalised for several days for treatment of a pulmonary infection after experiencing difficulty breathing in recent days. Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said […]

The King has pledged to “strengthen the connections” between the UK and Germany as he paid tribute to the “enduring value” of the two nations’ relationship. In the first state […]

A Labour government would freeze council tax bills this year, Sir Keir Starmer will say as he launches his party’s campaign for the May local elections. Speaking in Swindon, Wiltshire, […]

Anthony Joshua has laughed off Jermaine Franklin’s threat of a knockout on Saturday and insisted this is the “worst time” to face him. The former heavyweight champion will make his […]

Ministers have unveiled plans to house asylum seekers in disused military bases to accommodate their “essential living needs and nothing more” despite legal threats from local Conservatives. Robert Jenrick, the […]

Sir Elton John and It’s A Sin creator Russell T Davies have paid tribute to Paul O’Grady – remembering him as “ferocious in the fight against Aids” – after his death aged […]

TV presenter and comedian Paul O’Grady has died at the age of 67, his partner Andre Portasio has said. The TV star, also known for his drag queen persona Lily […]

Four in 10 (40%) households with children have skipped meals at some point in recent months, according to research for a charity. Around a third (32%) of people surveyed generally […]

Junior doctors are being urged to back strike action in their battle with Holyrood for higher pay. BMA members who are junior doctors in Scotland will receive a ballot on […]

Children are increasingly turning to social media if they want to find out something new and “generally believe” what they discover online is true, according to a new study by […]

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