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Not so funny…TV star Hardeep Singh Kohli accused of sexual harassment

Emerging accusations of endemic sexual harassment and a 'culture of abuse' within Britain's comedy circuit is under the spotlight.

PM asked to provide “urgent” clarity on the use of face...

Britain's prime minister is being urged to provide proper guidance on face coverings. The move comes after Boris Johnson...

Over 50 countries exempt from COVID-19 travel quarantine

The full list of countries to be exempted from the need for passengers to self-isolate for 14 days does not include travellers...

Srebrenica: Virtual Exhibition marks 25th year since Bosnian genocide

Fifty years after the world said “Never Again” to the horrors of the Holocaust, genocide took place on European soil.

Re-Appeal: Concerns over missing Bradford man Ismail Ali

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of missing Bradford man Ismail Ali. The 46 year old and...

21 arrested for drugs offences after series of dawn raids

A total of 21 people have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class A and class B...

Covid-19: First female medic to serve RAF frontline talks about her...

Produced in partnership with the UK Government Veterans have joined the numerous skilled workforces helping the country -...

New, more infectious strain of Covid-19 now dominates globally​

• Researchers globally tracking the spread of Covid-19 discover viruses with a new variant have now overtaken the original strain• Analysis...

A stiff fine: Doc having affair admits prescription fraud for free...

A court heard how a married fertility consultant wrote fake prescriptions to get packs of free Viagra to boost his performance in...

Former top Met officer sues force for £500k over ‘racist and...

Scotland Yard's former top female Asian officer is suing the force in a £500,000 claim over alleged racist and sexist abuse.

Retention of Title Clauses

Byline: Luke Patel With the government beginning to lift some of the restrictions imposed after the COVID-19 outbreak,...

“We begged for it to be shut down’ say ...

Food factory workers say the site they worked at has seen 237 cases of coronavirus, and claim they had begged bosses to...

Rajeev recovered from coronavirus, now his plasma could save lives

People from Asian communities who have recovered from COVID-19 are more likely to have the antibody-rich convalescent plasma which can save lives,...

Thousands sign petitions to replace slave trade statues around the UK

Hundreds of petitions have been started on petition platform Change.org to replace statues and signs of slave traders, colonialists and imperialists since...

Green number plates for electric cars will appear this autumn

Pure electric vehicles will be given distinctive ‘green’ number plates in a move that may help owners of the cleaner vehicles access...

How a Welsh hotel is surviving Covid-19

Produced in partnership with the UK Government There is a wide range of financial support available to...

Safer shopping: Restoring people’s livelihoods and keeping everyone safe

Produced in Partnership with UK Government With all non-essential retailers, including fashion shops and homeware stores, able to...

NHS Chief Executive Pays tribute to contributions of Windrush generation

On the 72nd anniversary of the arrival of the Empire Windrush, carrying migrants from the Caribbean to England, the NHS is marking...

25,000 NHS Test & Trace contact tracing staff protecting families

Coronavirus symptoms checklist: • A new continuous cough (coughing for more than...

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