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Bee venom ‘kills breast cancer cells in the lab within an...

Honeybee venom can kill breast cancer cells in the laboratory, according to “incredibly exciting” research. Scientists found honeybee venom...

Former homeless man who lost family to cancer finds strength to...

A former homeless man, who’d been living on and off the streets since he was 13-years-old, is determined to end homelessness and...

Discrimination in football: Kick it Out report show rise of 42%

"We know that reports to Kick It Out are just the tip of the iceberg," says Chairman Sanjay...

Bradford barbers not complying with COVID-19 safety guidance

Bradford has had a high number of complaints about barbers not following the government Covid-19 guidance. Now the Council...

MAKING WAVES: British washing machine project empowers widows

Founded by London-based Navjot Sawhney (left), TWMP is striving to alleviate the burden of hand washing clothes for women living in...

Educational nightmare as parents fear their child will always be behind

Nearly half of parents think their children's education will always be behind following months of disruption caused by coronavirus.

EXCLUSIVE: Yorkshire filmmaker changing the face of Pakistani dramas

An investment banker turned filmmaker has set the digital steaming world on fire with the release of his controversial never-seen-before narrative in...

COVID-19: Mass UK-wide rollout of vaccine possible from October

A raft of measures to allow the safe future of a mass UK-wide rollout of a Covid-19 vaccine have been outlined by...

Yankee Candles are being sold for 1p… but there’s a catch…

Anybody who loves a candle will most likely be a big fan of Yankee Candles. They smell amazing, there...

COVID-19: Face coverings for England’s secondary schools

In a U-turn for the government, it’s today been announced that secondary school pupils may have to wear face coverings in school...

Top Doc! Bradford clinician who set up one of world’s largest...

A clinician who played a leading role in responding to the Covid-19 outbreak in Bradford and set up one of the world’s...

Akbars in Manchester closed over coronavirus safety failures

Akbars in Manchester has been shut down after an enforcement team witnessed “unacceptable scenes” of “overcrowding” with up to 24 people seated...

Hospital appeal smashes £5M with support of Muslim community

A new state-of-the-art dedicated Children’s Hospital for the East Midlands is one step closer to reality after the charity appeal supporting it...

Bradford mosque UK’s first to install Covid-19 infection control tech

A Bradford mosque has become the first in Britain to install exciting state-of-the-art technology, which delivers body temperature readings of 20 people...

Woman avoids jail after taking nearly £100,000 in illegal benefit claims

A 36 year-old mother of eight children who scrounged almost £100,000 in illegal welfare claims has been spared jail after she offered...

Manchester Arena attack brother handed longest term ever

The brother of the Manchester Arena attacker has been sentenced at the Old Bailey, and will spend at least 55 years in...

Athlete wins fight over major supermarket trademark infringement

A High Court ruling found Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd, Waitrose Ltd and Scratch Meals Ltd guilty of trademark infringement of a small health-meal...

BBC defends decision to use N-word during civil war discussion

The BBC has defended its decision to use the N-word for the second time after receiving hundreds of complaints.

TRAGEDY: Two bodies found in search at sea for missing brothers

Muhammad Azhar Shabbir was 18 (left) and his brother Ali Athar Shabbir was 16 (Picture: Lancashire Police) Two bodies...

Sadiq Khan says working from home is ‘a big problem’ for...

As the nation enters the biggest recession on record, Sadiq Khan has said that working from home is proving a ‘big problem’...

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