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One of Stephen Lawrence’s killers has been placed in segregation in jail after he reportedly got hold of a mobile phone and sent selfies of himself in his cell to friends outside. The Ministry of Justice has confirmed it is investigating the alleged security breach involving David Norris, warning that...
28.09.2022 05:33
A child psychiatrist was “not able to sleep well for weeks” after seeing “disturbing” self-harm posts Molly Russell viewed on social media before her death. Dr Navin Venugopal said the “very disturbing, distressing” content the 14-year-old had engaged with would “certainly affect her and made her feel more hopeless” as...
27.09.2022 23:33
Kwasi Kwarteng has vowed to push on with the government’s radical borrowing-fuelled tax cut spree despite growing calls to “reverse course” amid ongoing market turmoil. The chancellor promised to produce “credible plan” to reduce government debt on 23 November – but insisted that he and Liz Truss would be pushing...
27.09.2022 17:31
Three lenders have temporarily pulled mortgages that come with fees for new customers in response to market volatility prompted by the fall of the pound. Halifax, Britain’s largest mortgage lender, is to withdraw the products until it works out what interest rates to charge, according to Reuters news agency. Virgin...
27.09.2022 11:31
The monarchy and their households are returning to official duties as the period of royal mourning in memory of the late Queen ends. Flags at royal residences will remain at half-mast until 8am on Tuesday, while the Prince and Princess of Wales are to visit the nation for the first...
27.09.2022 05:29
Labour’s annual conference has voted in favour of proportional representation for Westminster elections – despite the policy being rejected by the party leadership. At the weekend Sir Keir Starmer declared that electoral reform was “not a priority for me”. But delegates backed a motion to use proportional representation at general...
26.09.2022 23:28
An anchor discovered during survey works for an offshore wind farm could date from Roman times. The 100kg (15 stone 10lbs) wrought iron anchor, which is more than two metres (6ft 6ins) long, was discovered during works for ScottishPower Renewables’ East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm. It was first discovered...
26.09.2022 17:28
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng “fanned the flames” of the plummeting pound by hinting at fresh “unfunded” tax cuts, his Labour shadow has said after sterling hit an all-time low against the dollar. Rachel Reeves accused ministers of recklessly gambling with the nation’s finances and of spooking the markets with the “scale”...
26.09.2022 11:26
Labour is proposing tougher rules and enforcement for water companies as part of efforts to clean up England’s rivers. Shadow environment secretary Jim McMahon is also due to use a speech at the party’s conference in Liverpool to go after Prime Minister Liz Truss’s record while she was environment secretary,...
26.09.2022 05:25
The former deputy chief whip at the centre of the controversy that led to Boris Johnson’s demise will not be investigated by Parliament’s watchdog over allegations of drunken groping at a private members’ club, it is understood. Chris Pincher dramatically quit his Government role on June 30 after allegedly assaulting...
25.09.2022 23:24
Kwasi Kwarteng has hinted at more tax cuts ahead – and ruled out any limit on government borrowing – as he appeared to shrug off criticism of his mini-Budget “gamble”. The chancellor spooked the markets on Friday when he unveiled £45bn of tax cuts alongside massively increased borrowing. As well...
25.09.2022 17:23