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Image caption King’s Cross was one of the worst affected stations by Friday’s outage Passengers at King’s Cross station said they were “appalled”, “disgusted” and “not happy” after being stranded in London during a nationwide power cut. The station was shut as a power cut in Friday’s evening rush hour brought much of the UK’s […]

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Image copyright AFP Image caption Police believe Nora Quoirin remains in the vicinity of the hotel where she was staying A mum’s voice calling out for her missing daughter was played over loudspeakers during a search of the Malaysian jungle for the teenager. Police believe Nora Quoirin, 15, who has special needs, is still somewhere […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Bournemouth Beach in Dorset drew crowds of sun-worshippers The UK is having its hottest day of the year, with temperatures expected to soar up to 34C in southern England. Readings of 33C (91.4F) were taken at Heathrow and elsewhere in west London on Saturday afternoon, the Met Office said. […]

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Image copyright LONDON ZOO Image caption The banners are inspired by Stonewall’s Get Over it campaign Penguins in same-sex relationships at London Zoo have had their beach transformed as they prepare to celebrate Pride next week. Banners reading “some penguins are gay, get over it” have been propped up at the beach, home to the […]

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Image copyright PA The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s home was renovated with £2.4m of taxpayers’ money, royal accounts show. Frogmore Cottage in Windsor was turned into a single property for Prince Harry and Meghan, from five separate homes. The couple, who moved from Kensington Palace in April before the birth of their son Archie, […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionBoris Johnson refuses to answer questions about the reported row with his partner Boris Johnson has refused to answer questions about reports of a row between him and his partner in which police were called. Speaking at a Tory Party hustings in Birmingham, Mr Johnson said people […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionClimate change protesters interrupt Chancellor Philip Hammond’s speech Greenpeace has accused Foreign Office minister Mark Field of assault, after he pushed a female activist out of a black-tie City event. Mr Field claimed he reacted “instinctively” and has referred himself to the Cabinet Office for an investigation. […]

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Image caption Nick Aldworth was chief superintendent with the Met Police A former National Counter Terrorism Co-ordinator has told the BBC the government is not doing enough to ensure that venues are secure. Nick Aldworth has warned new legislation is needed to reduce the impact of any future attack. He is supporting a campaign for […]

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Image copyright PA Image caption The RMT will resume strike action after suspending it in February Rail commuters on some of the country’s busiest routes are facing disruption due to a planned five-day strike over the future of train guards. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) plan to walk out on Tuesday […]

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Evidence that body image, bullying and peer pressure are a barrier to young women participating in sport, has prompted the release of a film about basketball. “Watch What I Can Do” was created with a female-led cast and has had almost one million online views in two weeks. In 2018, a Youth Trust Impact report […]

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