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English, Political, 1 season, 469 episodes, 1 day, 14 hours, 3 minutes
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The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4
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22/07/2024 US vice-president Kamala Harris hails Joe Biden's record as he withdraws from election race

Democrat governors and members of Congress are backing Kamala Harris to replace him
7/22/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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21/07/2024 The Chancellor hints at inflation-busting pay rises for some public sector workers

The Chancellor hints at inflation-busting pay rises for some public sector workers
7/21/202416 minutes, 35 seconds
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20/07/2024 Computer systems back to normal

The government says air and rail systems are back to normal after yesterday's meltdown.
7/20/202417 minutes, 1 second
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19/07/2024 Worldwide IT outage hits hospitals, transport and businesses

Experts say it is the most serious widespread IT disruption ever seen
7/19/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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18/07/2024 First report from Covid-19 Inquiry says government poorly prepared for pandemic

It said the government and civil service in all four UK nations failed the public
7/18/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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17/07/2024 Government sets out priorities in King's Speech

Labour set out its programme for government at the State Opening of Parliament
7/17/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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16/07/2024 England's footballers pay tribute to Gareth Southgate -- who's resigned in the wake of the Euro 2024 defeat.

England's footballers pay tribute to Gareth Southgate -- who's resigned in the wake of the Euro 2024 defeat.
7/16/202430 minutes, 38 seconds
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15/07/2024A judge has thrown out a criminal case against Donald Trump who'd been accused of holding onto classified documents.

A judge has thrown out a criminal case against Donald Trump -- who had been accused of holding onto classified documents.
7/15/202430 minutes, 22 seconds
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14/07/2024 Donald Trump survives assassination attempt in Pennsylvania

Donald Trump urges Americans to unite after an assassination attempt in Pennsylvania. And, the England men's football team prepare to face Spain in Euro 2024 final in Berlin.
7/14/202416 minutes, 37 seconds
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13/07/2024 Hamas says Israeli air strike killed 71 in southern Gaza

Hamas says 71 Palestinians have died in Israeli air strikes in southern Gaza. And, police investigating the discovery of bodies in suitcases in Bristol have arrested a man.
7/13/202416 minutes, 34 seconds
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12/07/2024 Thousands of inmates to be freed earlier than planned to help with prison overcrowding

The Justice Secretary Shabana Mahmood said it was the only way to "avert disaster"
7/12/202430 minutes, 55 seconds
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11/07/2024 Water firms express anger at plans to limit increases in bills

Water companies say recommended increases will not address problems such as sewage leaks
7/11/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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10/07/2024 Armed police find man suspected of using crossbow to murder three women

A manhunt began after the three women were killed at their home near Watford
7/10/202430 minutes, 38 seconds
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09/07/2024 Sir Keir Starmer makes first Commons speech as Prime Minister

He told newly sworn-in MPs he wanted them to deliver "national renewal"
7/9/202431 minutes, 2 seconds
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08/07/2024 Chancellor puts house-building and planning reform at heart of Labour's plans

Rachel Reeves made her first speech as Chancellor setting out plans for economic growth
7/8/202430 minutes, 33 seconds
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07/07/2024 Sir Keir Starmer is visiting Scotland

It's Sir Keir's first stop in a tour of the UK Nations
7/7/202416 minutes, 50 seconds
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06/07/2024 The Prime Minister has said he is ''restless for change'' -- and will begin a tour of all four UK nations tomorrow.

The Prime Minister has said he is ''restless for change'' -- and will begin a tour of all four UK nations tomorrow.
7/6/202416 minutes, 37 seconds
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05/07/2024 Sir Keir Starmer enters Downing Street as Prime Minister

He said he would use Labour's landslide victory to deliver change and unite the country
7/5/202431 minutes, 6 seconds
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04/07/2024 Man convicted of plotting to kidnap, rape and murder the TV presenter Holly Willoughby

The jury heard Gavin Plumb had become "obsessed" with the former This Morning presenter
7/4/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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03/07/2024 Rishi Sunak ally concedes Labour likely to win General Election

The Prime Minister said the result was not a foregone conclusion
7/3/202430 minutes, 59 seconds
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02/07/2024 Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer visit Conservative-held seats

Campaigning for the General Election has entered its final straight
7/2/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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01/07/2024 US Supreme Court rules Donald Trump partially immune from criminal prosecution

The ruling will likely delay his trial for conspiring to overturn the 2020 election
7/1/202430 minutes, 36 seconds
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30/06/2024 French Voters have turned out in large numbers for the first round of an election with the far right expected to win

Voters in France have turned out in large numbers for the first round of a snap election, with the far right expected to top the polls.
6/30/202416 minutes, 34 seconds
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29/06/2024 Reform UK candidates dropped over alleged offensive comments

The 3 election candidates reportedly made derogatory and offensive comments in the past.
6/29/202415 minutes, 53 seconds
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28/06/2024 Rishi Sunak reacts angrily to hearing Reform UK canvasser used racist slur against him

The comments by an activist campaigning for Reform were secretly filmed by Channel 4
6/28/202430 minutes, 33 seconds
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27/06/2024 Labour says it will negotiate better trading arrangements with EU

The Conservatives have dismissed the idea as "for the birds"
6/27/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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26/06/2024 WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, has arrived home in Australia a free man

After a 14-year legal battle Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is back on Australian soil.
6/26/202430 minutes, 29 seconds
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25/06/2024 Conservatives withdraw support for candidates who allegedly bet on timing of election

A Labour candidate has admitted he put a bet on the Tories to win in his constituency
6/25/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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24/06/2024 Two main parties accused of "conspiracy of silence" on how to address economy

The IFS thinktank said the next government would face "painful" financial decisions
6/24/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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23/06/2024 Labour's called on the Gambling Commission to release the names of those who allegedly placed bets on the election.

Labour has called on the Gambling Commission to release the names of all the people being investigated for allegedly placing bets on the election timing.
6/23/202416 minutes, 27 seconds
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22/06/2024 Labour defends its record on women's rights

Sir Keir Starmer has defended Labour's record on women's rights.
6/22/202416 minutes, 47 seconds
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21/06/2024 Chief constable who lied about navy career sacked

A chief constable who lied about his career has been dismissed for gross misconduct.
6/21/202430 minutes, 31 seconds
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20/06/2024 - Another name emerges relating to election date betting.

The Conservatives' Director of Campaigning is looked into over alleged election bet.
6/20/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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19/06/2024 - Police officer in PM's close protection team arrested.

Police officer in the PM's close protection team arrested over alleged election bets.
6/19/202430 minutes, 47 seconds
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18/06/2024 Former detectives won't be charged in connection with Stephen Lawrence probe

Four officers who ran the investigation into Stephen Lawrence's murder won't be charged. And, a blood test could predict Parkinson's disease seven years before symptoms appear.
6/18/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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BBC investigation exposes abuse at special needs school

Investigation by BBC's Panorama exposes abuse of children at special needs school.
6/17/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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16/06/2024 England's footballers are preparing for their opening game of the Euros against Serbia

England's footballers are preparing for their opening game of the Euros against Serbia, which kicks off at eight PM.
6/16/202417 minutes, 48 seconds
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15/06/2024 The Princess of Wales has been cheered by the crowds as she attended Trooping the Colour.

The Princess of Wales has been cheered by the crowds as she attended Trooping the Colour - her first public appearance since revealing she has cancer.
6/15/202416 minutes, 40 seconds
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14/06/2024 Scotland to kick off Euro 2024 in Germany

Scotland is preparing to kick-off the European Championship against Germany.
6/14/202430 minutes, 38 seconds
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13/06/2024 Labour launches 'wealth creation' manifesto

Labour has launched its election manifesto, focusing on economic growth and stability.
6/13/202430 minutes, 52 seconds
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12/06/2024 Shapps warns of Labour 'supermajority'

The defence secretary has suggested Labour could win a "supermajority" at the election.
6/12/202430 minutes, 50 seconds
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11/06/2024 Conservatives publish election manifesto

Rishi Sunak's offer promised tax cuts, help to buy homes and falling immigration
6/11/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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10/06/2024 Rishi Sunak asks for forgiveness from voters for leaving D-Day commemorations

He faced days of criticism and said he did not mean to cause "hurt or upset"
6/10/202430 minutes, 38 seconds
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09/06/2024 Doctor Michael Mosley found dead

Presenter, who disappeared on Wednesday, was discovered on a steep slope on the Greek island of Symi. Medical students urged to help at hospitals in London hit by cyber attack.
6/9/202416 minutes, 46 seconds
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08/06/2024 Israel rescues 4 hostages

3 men and a woman reunited with their families in joyful scenes. Greek emergency teams looking for missing presenter Michael Mosley search rocky hills.
6/8/202416 minutes, 31 seconds
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07/06/2024 Rishi Sunak faces criticism for missing part of D-Day commemorations

The Prime Minister returned to the UK from France for an interview with ITV
6/7/202430 minutes, 47 seconds
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06/06/2024 King Charles joins world leaders to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day

Second World War veterans also attended the commemorations in northern France
6/6/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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05/06/2024 Conservatives stand by tax rise claims dismissed by Labour as lies

Sir Keir Starmer accused Rishi Sunak of lying about Labour's tax plans
6/5/202430 minutes, 47 seconds
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04/06/2024 Political parties clash on immigration ahead of first televised debate

Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer's first televised head-to-head will air tonight
6/4/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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03/06/2024 Nigel Farage announces candidacy for Reform UK in General Election

Mr Farage will stand in the Clacton constituency and will also become leader of the party
6/3/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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02/06/2024 - Labour promise "significant cut" in net migration

Labour have promised a "significant cut" in net migration if they win power.
6/2/202416 minutes, 33 seconds
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01/06/2024 South Africa's ANC party is preparing for coalition talks after an election in which it lost its outright majority.

South Africa's ANC party is preparing for coalition talks after an election in which it lost its outright majority for the first time in thirty years.
6/1/202416 minutes, 21 seconds
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31/05/2024 Donald Trump says he will appeal his conviction

Mr Trump was convicted of falsifying business records to cover up a hush money payment
5/31/202430 minutes, 37 seconds
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30/05/2024 Conservative MP Mark Logan defects to Labour

Mr Logan told the BBC the Conservative party was unrecognisable from the one he joined
5/30/202430 minutes, 36 seconds
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29/05/2024 Israeli official says war in Gaza likely to last rest of the year

Tzachi Hanegbi also said Israel now ran the majority of the border between Egypt and Gaza
5/29/202430 minutes, 23 seconds
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28/05/2024 Israeli forces advance into heart of Rafah in southern Gaza

Many displaced Palestinians are still sheltering in Rafah from the conflict
5/28/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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27/05/2024 Sir Keir Starmer says Labour has "permanently" changed under his leadership

He urged voters to back Labour in his first major speech of the election campaign
5/27/202430 minutes, 33 seconds
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26/05/2024 Labour has ruled out putting up income tax or national insurance if it wins power at the general election.

The Shadow Chancellor, Rachel Reeves, has ruled out putting up income tax, or national insurance, if Labour wins power at the general election.
5/26/202417 minutes, 2 seconds
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25/05/2024 Labour has defended its proposals on workers' rights after a union leader said they had more holes than Swiss cheese

Labour has defended its proposals on workers' rights, after a union leader said they had "more holes than Swiss cheese".
5/25/202416 minutes, 39 seconds
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24/05/2024 UN court orders Israel to halt its offensive in Gaza

Israel has expressed anger at the landmark ruling by the International Court of Justice
5/24/202430 minutes, 48 seconds
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23/05/2024 Rishi Sunak says Rwanda flights will not take off before general election

The Prime Minister insisted the "preparation work" for the scheme had already taken place
5/23/202430 minutes, 54 seconds
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22/05/2024 Rishi Sunak calls general election

It will be held in six week time on 4th July
5/22/202431 minutes, 38 seconds
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21/05/2024 British man dies after flight from London hits severe turbulence

Seven people were also left in critical condition
5/21/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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20/05/2024 Contaminated blood inquiry concludes infections could have been avoided

Patients were infected with HIV and hepatitis C between the 1970s and early 1990s
5/20/202430 minutes, 36 seconds
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19/05/2024 Helicopter carrying Iranian president in 'hard landing' - state media

Rescuers are battling rain and thick fog to reach the site of a helicopter accident.
5/19/202416 minutes, 32 seconds
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18/05/2024 - 'Boil water' notice mostly lifted in Devon

Thousands of people in south Devon have been told they can safely drink tap water again.
5/18/202416 minutes, 16 seconds
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17/05/2024 US officials say the first aid delivered to a newly-built pier off Gaza

Aid agencies have warned that land crossings into Gaza need to open urgently
5/17/202430 minutes, 30 seconds
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16/05/2024 Sir Keir Starmer sets out "first steps" he would take if he wins next election

He unveiled a six point plan outlining Labour's pitch to voters
5/16/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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15/05/2024 Prime Minister of Slovakia shot while greeting crowd

Robert Fiko was critically wounded in an assassination attempt in the town of Handlova
5/15/202431 minutes, 4 seconds
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14/05/2024 Isle of Man Parliament debates legalising assisted dying for terminally ill

The island could become the first place in the British Isles to allow euthanasia
5/14/202430 minutes, 29 seconds
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13/05/2024 Judge in Northern Ireland rules government's Rwanda plan breaches human rights

The judge in Belfast ruled asylum seekers in Northern Ireland cannot be sent to Rwanda
5/13/202430 minutes, 30 seconds
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12/05/2024 Foreign Secretary warns against restricting arms sales to Israel

Lord Cameron says restricting UK arms sales to Israel could embolden Hamas.
5/12/202416 minutes, 43 seconds
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11/05/2024 Israel orders more evacuations from Rafah

Israel has told tens of thousands more to leave as it intensifies military operations.
5/11/202416 minutes, 39 seconds
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10/05/2024 Labour says it would create a new elite border force to stop small boat crossings

Sir Keir Starmer also said a Labour government would scrap the Rwanda deportation scheme
5/10/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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09/05/2024 Israel criticises US decision to stop supply of some weapons

The US paused the supply to stop some weapons being used in an assault on Rafah
5/9/202431 minutes, 4 seconds
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08/05/2024 The Conservative MP Natalie Elphicke defects to Labour

Sir Keir Starmer welcomed Ms Elphicke and said the "failed government was staggering on" . A Conservative minister described her as "shameless".
5/8/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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07/05/2024 Porn star at centre of Donald Trump's hush money trial begins giving evidence

Stormy Daniels described an alleged sexual encounter which Mr Trump denies
5/7/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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06/05/2024 Hamas accepts a ceasefire proposal from Egypt and Qatar

The announcement comes hours after Israel instructed Palestinians to leave parts of Rafah
5/6/202430 minutes, 49 seconds
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05/05/2024 Swinney warns of delays to rebuilding SNP if he faces leadership challenge

Swinney warns of delays to rebuilding SNP if he faces leadership challenge
5/5/202416 minutes, 13 seconds
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04/05/2024 Labour wins a string of mayoral elections

Sadiq Khan secures another term as London mayor - with success for Labour elsewhere
5/4/202416 minutes, 37 seconds
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03/05/2024 Labour Wins Big at Local Elections

Sir Keir Starmer has hailed sweeping wins for Labour at local elections in England. A High Court judge says the Government's greenhouse gas claims are 'vague and unquantified'.
5/3/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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02/05/2024 John Swinney on course to be Scotland's First Minister

John Swinney announces he'll stand for SNP leadership; his main rival backs him
5/2/202430 minutes, 49 seconds
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01/05/2024 Violent Gaza Protests at US Universities

US universities gripped by Gaza protests; and teenage boy killed in UK sword attack named
5/1/202430 minutes, 58 seconds
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30/04/2024 Teenage boy killed in sword attack in North East London

Two member of the public and two police officers were injured in the attack
4/30/202430 minutes, 58 seconds
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29/04/2024 Scotland's First Minister resigns

Humza Yousaf says he "underestimated" the hurt after ending deal with Scottish Greens
4/29/202431 minutes, 4 seconds
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Ireland to return migrants fleeing the UK's Rwanda deportation plan

Dublin says it's bringing forward emergency legislation to return any migrants who flee the UK's Rwanda deportation scheme.
4/28/202416 minutes, 46 seconds
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27/04/2024 - Tory MP Dan Poulter Defects to Labour

The Conservative MP Dan Poulter has defected to Labour over NHS issues
4/27/202416 minutes, 36 seconds
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26/04/2024 King to Resume Public Duties

The King will return to Royal duties next week -- after doctors said they were encouraged by how he'd responded to his cancer treatment.
4/26/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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25/04/2024 Humza Yousaf faces confidence vote

Humza Yousaf faces a confidence vote by MSPs, after ending power-sharing with the Greens. And, the Hollywood mogul, Harvey Weinstein, has had a rape conviction overturned.
4/25/202430 minutes, 58 seconds
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24/04/2024 Teenage girl arrested over Camarthenshire school stabbing

Arrest made on suspicion of attempted murder after two teachers and a pupil were stabbed.
4/24/202430 minutes, 49 seconds
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23/04/2024 Five die trying to cross the Channel

Five people have died trying to cross the English channel in a small boat.
4/23/202430 minutes, 37 seconds
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22/04/2024 Rwanda Bill ping pong

Rishi Sunak says the stand-off over his Rwanda bill will be settled tonight.
4/22/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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21/04/2024 The MP Mark Menzies has quit the Conservative Party, after he was accused of misusing campaign funds.

The MP Mark Menzies has quit the Conservative Party, and will stand down at the next election, after he was accused of misusing campaign funds.
4/21/202416 minutes, 26 seconds
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19/04/2024 US repeats calls for de-escalation in Middle East

A presumed Israeli strike has hit Iran in response to an attack by Tehran last week
4/19/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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18/04/2024 Scottish government scraps some key climate targets

Scotland's Net Zero Secretary Mairi McAllan said some goals were "out of reach"
4/18/202430 minutes, 52 seconds
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17/04/2024 Israel says it will defend itself against missile attack by Iran

The UK and Germany's foreign ministers have both called for restraint in response
4/17/202430 minutes, 56 seconds
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16/04/2024 High Court rejects Muslim student's challenge against school's ban on prayer

The pupil argued the ban on prayer rituals was discriminatory
4/16/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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15/04/2024 World leaders call for restraint as Israel considers retaliation for Iran's missile attack

Iran attacked Israel in what it said was a response to a strike on its consulate in Syria
4/15/202431 minutes, 11 seconds
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14/04/2024 Israel vows to exact a price from Iran

World leaders have condemned Tehran's strikes but called for restraint.
4/14/202416 minutes, 33 seconds
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13/04/2024 Six dead in Sydney shopping centre knife attack

Australia's Prime Minister praises those who tried to stop a knife attack in Sydney.
4/13/202416 minutes, 31 seconds
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12/04/2024 Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner faces police investigation for potential breach of electoral law

She said if she had committed a criminal offence she would step down
4/12/202430 minutes, 57 seconds
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11/04/2024 OJ Simpson dies of cancer aged 76

The former American football star was controversially cleared of killing his former wife
4/11/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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10/04/2024 Report concludes younger people seeking gender care let down

It reviewed gender services for children and young people in England and Wales
4/10/202430 minutes, 50 seconds
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09/04/2024 European Court of Human Rights rules Switzerland violated citizens rights by failing on climate

A group of more than 2000 older women won the first climate change case at the ECHR
4/9/202430 minutes, 49 seconds
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08/04/2024 Israel's Prime Minister under pressure to agree hostage release deal

Benjamin Netanyahu is also facing calls to mount a major assault on Rafah in Gaza
4/8/202430 minutes, 51 seconds
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07/04/2024 Israel Marks Six Months Since Hamas Attacks

Israel's Prime Minister says there'll be no ceasefire until all hostages are released. And, police are searching for a man suspected of killing a woman in Bradford yesterday.
4/7/202416 minutes, 49 seconds
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06/04/2024 Israeli Hostage's Body Found

Israel says the hostage, found in Gaza, had been murdered by the Islamic Jihad group.
4/6/202416 minutes, 37 seconds
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05/04/2024 Israel sacks military officers after aid workers killed by airstrike

Israel has released a report on how its forces killed seven aid workers in Gaza
4/5/202430 minutes
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04/04/2024 Family of British aid worker killed in Gaza question why UK still selling arms to Israel

There are growing calls on Rishi Sunak to hold Israel to account for the attack
4/4/202430 minutes, 24 seconds
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03/04/2024 Families of British aid workers killed in Gaza speak of heartbreak and anger

The military veterans were killed in an Israeli attack while working for an aid agency
4/3/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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02/04/2024 Israel admits it carried out strikes that killed seven aid workers

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said it was a "tragic incident".
4/2/202430 minutes, 28 seconds
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01/04/2024 Palestinian medics say dozens of bodies recovered from ruins of Gaza's biggest hospital

Israeli troops have withdrawn from a two-week raid of al-Shifa hospital
4/1/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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31/03/2024 The King meets public at Easter service.

King Charles made his first major public appearance since being diagnosed with cancer.
3/31/202415 minutes, 46 seconds
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30/03/2024 UN peacekeepers wounded in Lebanon explosion

Four members of a UN peacekeeping mission have been injured in an explosion in Lebanon.
3/30/20242 minutes
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29/03/2024 Leader of DUP resigns after being charged with rape and historical sex offences

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson says he will strenuously contest the charges
3/29/202430 minutes, 47 seconds
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28/03/2024 Report reveals Post Office pursued sub-postmaster prosecutions despite knowing its defence was untrue

The previously-undisclosed papers were seen by the BBC
3/28/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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27/03/2024 Sewage spills into English rivers and seas have more than doubled

Water companies have said customers will have to foot the bill for improvements
3/27/202431 minutes
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26/03/2024 At least six people missing after bridge collapses in US

A ship struck a bridge in Baltimore sending cars and people into the River Patapsco below
3/26/202430 minutes, 48 seconds
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25/03/2024 US allows UN resolution on ceasefire in Gaza to pass

It is the first time the US has called for a halt to the fighting
3/25/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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State pensions triple lock to stay says Chancellor

The Chancellor has committed to keeping the triple lock system for increases to the state pension - insisting the "expensive" policy can be paid for through economic growth.
3/24/202415 minutes, 35 seconds
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23/03/2024 Putin says four gunmen arrested

At least 133 now known to have died in attack on Moscow concert hall.
3/23/202415 minutes, 49 seconds
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22/03/2024 Princess of Wales reveals she is being treated for cancer

In a video statement Catherine said she was focused on making a full recovery
3/22/202431 minutes, 2 seconds
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21/03/2024 Calls for Government to compensate women not properly informed of pension changes

An inquiry found millions of women were not properly told of the rising state pension age
3/21/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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20/03/2024 Inflation fell to its lowest level in more than 2 years at 3.4%

Data shows price rises have slowed again and inflation is set to meet the 2% target soon
3/20/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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US says Gaza at risk because of inadequate food

The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, says the entire population of Gaza is now at risk because of inadequate supplies of food.
3/19/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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18/03/2024 Rishi Sunak insists on Tory unity despite talk of party discontent

Rishi Sunak insists on Tory unity despite talk of party discontent
3/18/202430 minutes, 31 seconds
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17/03/2024 Russians vote in Presidential election

Thousands of people have gathered at polling stations across Russia to protest against an election they say is rigged:
3/17/202415 minutes, 37 seconds
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16/03/2024 - Wales is set for a new First Minister

Vaughn Gething is set to become the First Minister of Wales -- and the first black leader of a European nation -- after he won the contest to lead the Welsh Labour party.
3/16/202415 minutes, 39 seconds
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15/03/2024 US warns synthetic opioids are spreading worldwide

The US has warned that powerful synthetic drugs -- that have devastated American communities -- are spreading around the world.
3/15/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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14/03/2024 The Government has come up with a new definition of extremism.

The new extremism definition applies to, but does not criminalise, groups promoting an ideology based on "violence, hatred or intolerance".
3/14/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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13/03/2024 Rishi Sunak faces pressure to return donation from man accused of making racist remarks

The businessman Frank Hester donated £10 million to the Conservatives
3/13/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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12/03/2024 Ministers admit comments reportedly made by Conservative donor were racist

Frank Hester reportedly said the MP Diane Abbott made him "want to hate all black women"
3/12/202430 minutes, 30 seconds
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11/03/2024 Princess of Wales apologises for 'confusion' over Mother's Day photograph

Princess Catherine said she was the person who digitally altered the image
3/11/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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10/03/2024 Tensions high in Jerusalem ahead of Ramadan

Security has been tightened in Jerusalem, but officials say worshippers heading to the city's Al Aqsa mosque will not face restrictions.
3/10/202415 minutes, 32 seconds
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09/03/2024 Gaza aid ship ready to leave Cyprus

The ship carrying desperately needed food and relief supplies is preparing to set sail
3/9/202416 minutes, 1 second
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08/03/2024 Report finds British Army spy inside IRA cost more lives than he saved

Operation Kenova investigated the agent who was codenamed Stakeknife
3/8/202430 minutes, 53 seconds
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07/03/2024 Government and Labour accused of "conspiracy of silence" on scale of tax rises and spending cuts needed

The Institute for Fiscal Studies has said tough decisions would be needed
3/7/202431 minutes, 8 seconds
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06/03/2024 Chancellor reveals last formal Budget before the general election

Jeremy Hunt has announced a National Insurance cut and raised the child benefit threshold
3/6/202430 minutes, 36 seconds
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05/03/2024 Chancellor expected to announce 2 pence cut to National Insurance

Jeremy Hunt will unveil his Budget tomorrow -- the last before the general election
3/5/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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04/03/2024 US Supreme Court says Donald Trump cannot be excluded from presidential ballot

Several states had tried to block the former president from their presidential primaries
3/4/202430 minutes, 53 seconds
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03/03/2024 Chancellor promises to only cut tax in a responsible way

Mr Hunt ruled out borrowing money in order to pay for tax cuts in his budget on Wednesday
3/3/202415 minutes, 36 seconds
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02/03/2024 US carries out its first aid airdrop in Gaza

The US has used military planes to airdrop more than 30,000 meals into Gaza.
3/3/202415 minutes, 56 seconds
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01/03/2024 Thousands of Russians pay respects at funeral of opposition leader

Attendees defied a heavy police presence to show support for Alexei Navalny
3/1/202430 minutes, 33 seconds
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29/02/2024 Palestinian leaders say Israel has killed more than 100 people surrounding aid lorries in Gaza

Officials in Gaza say 30,000 people have been killed there since Israeli offensive began
2/29/202430 minutes, 47 seconds
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28/02/2024 Man convicted of murder of Emma Caldwell in Glasgow

Iain Packer was sentenced to life almost two decades after Ms Caldwell's body was found
2/28/202430 minutes, 49 seconds
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27/02/2024 Former Post Office chairman says he has been victim of "smear campaign"

Henry Staunton also said he was asked to slow compensation for Horizon scandal victims
2/27/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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26/02/2024 Rishi Sunak criticises Lee Anderson for comments on Mayor of London

The former Conservative Party deputy chairman said Sadiq Khan was controlled by Islamists
2/26/202430 minutes, 25 seconds
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25/02/2024 Deputy PM defends Tory response to ex deputy party chairman's comments about London Mayor

Deputy PM defends Tory response to ex deputy party chairman's comments about London Mayor Sadiq Khan
2/25/202415 minutes, 36 seconds
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24/02/2024 Tories suspend MP over "Islamists" comments

The party suspends Lee Anderson over claims "islamists" had control over Sadiq Khan.
2/24/202415 minutes, 43 seconds
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23/02/2024 US imposes 500 new sanctions on Russia for invasion of Ukraine

The move comes on the eve of the conflict's second anniversary
2/23/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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22/02/2024 Rishi Sunak criticises Commons Speaker over handling of Gaza vote

Dozens of MPs have called on Sir Lindsay Hoyle to stand down
2/22/202430 minutes, 36 seconds
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21/02/2024 War in Ukraine assessment

Western officials: Russia has no "master plan" to achieve goal of seizing most of Ukraine
2/21/202430 minutes, 33 seconds
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20/02/2024 UN reaches besieged Gaza hospital

UN says it's transferred more than 30 patients from Nasser hospital, after Israeli raid. Indefinite hospital order given to killer of 3 people in Nottingham is to be reviewed.
2/20/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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19/02/2024 Navalny's widow vows to continue his work

In a video message, Alexei Navalny's widow, Yulia, says she'll continue his work and that she believes Vladimir Putin is behind her husband's death.
2/19/202430 minutes, 54 seconds
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18/02/2024 - The WHO says the biggest hospital in southern Gaza is no longer working

The World Health Organisation says the biggest hospital in southern Gaza is no longer working
2/18/202415 minutes, 37 seconds
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17/02/2024 Hundreds arrested in Russia after showing support for Alexei Navalny

Hundreds arrested in Russia after showing support for Alexei Navalny
2/17/202415 minutes, 6 seconds
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16/02/2024 Russia says Alexei Navalny has died

Russia says Vladimir Putin's most vocal critic -- Alexei Navalny -- has died in prison -- triggering outrage in the West:
2/16/202430 minutes, 12 seconds
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15/02/2024 UK enters recession

The Chancellor says the economy is resilient but Labour says the government's promise of growth is in tatters:
2/15/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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14/02/2024 Hamas warns of potential "massacre" at Gaza hospital

Israel says it has ordered Palestinians to leave the grounds of the hospital
2/14/202430 minutes, 55 seconds
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13/02/2024 Labour withdraws support for parliamentary candidate in Rochdale

Azhar Ali has apologised for comments he made about the attacks in Israel on October 7th
2/13/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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12/02/2024 Israel faces growing calls to avoid ground operation in Rafah

More than a million people have fled to the area from their homes elsewhere in Gaza
2/12/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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11/02/2024 NATO rebukes Trump

The head of NATO has issued a stern rebuke after Donald Trump suggested he might encourage Russia to attack Alliance members who didn't pay their dues.
2/11/202415 minutes, 18 seconds
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10/02/2024 Gaza girl found dead after calling for help

6-year old was fleeing with relatives when they appear to have come across Israeli forces. Allies of Pakistan's jailed former PM, Imran Khan, say they'll try to form a government.
2/10/202415 minutes, 37 seconds
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09/02/2024 Prince Harry accepts damages from Mirror Group Newpapers

The settlement ends a four-year legal battle about phone hacking
2/9/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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08/02/2024 Labour ditches £28bn a year green pledge

Sir Keir Starmer confirmed his party's U-turn on green investment
2/8/202430 minutes, 50 seconds
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07/02/2024 Calls for government redress for two medical scandals

The government is being urged to immediately help victims of two medical scandals.
2/7/202431 minutes, 6 seconds
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06/02/2024 King seen in public for first time since cancer diagnosis announcement

Prince Harry has arrived back in the UK to visit his father at Clarence House
2/6/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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05/02/2024 Buckingham Palace announces King Charles has cancer

The King is stepping back from public engagements while he undergoes treatment
2/5/202430 minutes, 23 seconds
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04/02/2024 Lord Cameron warns Iran

The Foreign Secretary says Teheran will be held accountable for the actions of its proxies. UK flagship aircraft carrier pulled from NATO exercise, because of a technical problem.
2/4/202415 minutes, 33 seconds
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03/02/2024 Power sharing is restored at Stormont

Power sharing is restored to Northern Ireland with a new Nationalist First Minister
2/3/202415 minutes, 35 seconds
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02/02/2024 Home Secretary asks for asylum claim details of man wanted in connection with chemical attack

Abdul Ezedi is being sought in connection with an attack on a woman and her two children
2/2/202430 minutes, 7 seconds
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01/02/2024 The EU has approved a 43 billion pound package of military and financial aid for Ukraine.

The EU has approved a 43 billion pound package of military and financial aid for Ukraine
2/1/202430 minutes, 24 seconds
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31/01/2024 Nicola Sturgeon tells Covid Inquiry she regrets not imposing lockdown sooner

The former First Minister was emotional at times while giving evidence in Edinburgh
1/31/202430 minutes, 52 seconds
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30/01/2024 Northern Ireland prepares for return of power sharing at Stormont

The Democratic Unionist Party has accepted a deal with the UK government
1/30/202430 minutes, 58 seconds
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29/01/2024 President Biden weighs up military retaliation after US soldiers killed by Iranian-back militants

Iran has denied involvement in the attack in Jordon which killed three American troops
1/29/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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27/01/2024 UK halts funding for UN's agency for Palestinians

Government "appalled" by claims that UN staff were involved in Hamas' attack on Israel. Defence Secretary condemns the latest Houthi attack on ships sailing through the Red Sea.
1/27/202415 minutes, 47 seconds
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26/01/2024 International Court of Justice orders Israel to prevent genocidal acts in Gaza

But the ICJ stopped short of calling for an immediate ceasefire
1/26/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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25/01/2024 Man who fatally stabbed three people in Nottingham sentenced

Valdo Calocane has been sentenced to indefinite detention at a high-security hospital
1/25/202430 minutes, 54 seconds
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24/01/2024 Russia accuses Ukraine of shooting down military plane

Moscow said the aircraft was carrying Ukrainian prisoners of war due for repatriation
1/24/202430 minutes, 49 seconds
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23/01/2024 Rishi Sunak defends another wave of airstrikes on Houthis in Yemen

The Prime Minister said more will follow if they continue to attack ships in the Red Sea
1/23/202430 minutes, 37 seconds
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22/01/2024 Two people have died after Storm Isha batters UK

More than thirty thousand homes in Northern Ireland and Scotland remain without power
1/22/202430 minutes, 50 seconds
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21/01/2024 Russia accuses Ukraine of deadly market blast

Russia has blamed Ukraine for the deaths of at least 25 people after shelling hit a shopping district the Russian-occupied city of Donetsk.
1/21/202415 minutes, 33 seconds
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20/01/2024 Iran blames Israel for air strike in Syria

Iran has threatened to retaliate -- after accusing Israel of killing five senior members of its security forces in a suspected air strike in Syria.
1/20/202415 minutes, 35 seconds
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19/01/2024 Tata Steel says thousands of jobs to be cut in UK

Unions said the decision to slash almost 3,000 jobs is "devastating" for the industry
1/19/202430 minutes, 52 seconds
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18/01/2024 UK Statistics Authority rebukes Rishi Sunak over asylum backlog claims

The Prime Minister said the backlog of cases had been cleared when thousands remained
1/18/202430 minutes, 50 seconds
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17/01/2024 Two-year-old boy and his father found dead days after social services raised concerns

A review is underway into the deaths of Bronson and Kenneth Battersby
1/17/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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16/01/2024 Company behind Horizon IT scandal apologises

Fujitsu said it has a "moral obligation" to contribute to sub-postmasters' compensation
1/16/202430 minutes, 33 seconds
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15/01/2024 Reviews finds officials in Greater Manchester ignored warnings about grooming gangs

It said vulnerable girls were left at the mercy of paedophile gangs in Rochdale
1/15/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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14/01/2024 Further airstrikes in Yemen not ruled out says Foreign Secretary

Lord Cameron says airstrikes have sent an unambiguous message to Houthi rebels
1/14/202415 minutes, 36 seconds
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13/01/2024 Taiwan elects a new President

Taiwan's president-elect has vowed to defend the self-governing island from Chinese intimidation. Beijing says it opposes what it calls the island's separatist movement.
1/13/202415 minutes, 52 seconds
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12/01/2024 UK and US defends last night's joint airstrikes against Yemen

The US said the strikes on Houthi targets diminished their ability to launch missiles
1/12/202430 minutes, 36 seconds
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11/01/2024 Post Office investigator denies he threatened sub-postmasters

Stephen Bradshaw has been giving evidence to the Horizon IT inquiry
1/11/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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10/01/2024 Government promises new law to clear people caught in Post Office computer scandal

All convictions in the IT scandal will be overturned in England and Wales
1/10/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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09/01/2024 Scientists say 2023 was hottest year on record

Temperatures were close to the threshold of 1.5 Celsius above pre-industrial levels
1/9/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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08/01/2024 Pressure grows to exonerate Post Office staff caught up in IT scandal

Hundreds of branch managers were wrongly convicted because of a flawed computer system
1/8/202430 minutes, 54 seconds
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07/01/2024 The Government say it's considering ways of resolving the Post Office IT scandal

Hundreds of postmasters were wrongly convicted of crimes including theft and fraud because of a faulty IT system.
1/7/202415 minutes, 32 seconds
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06/01/2024 Checks ordered after plane loses part of fuselage

US airline regulator grounds some Boeing 737 Max 9 jets and orders urgent inspections. Hezbollah fires dozens of rockets into northern Israel. Police officer charged with rape.
1/6/202415 minutes, 49 seconds
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05/01/2024 Fifty potential victims of the Post Office IT scandal have come forward

Lawyers said they have spoken up in the wake of a television drama about the case
1/5/202430 minutes, 34 seconds
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04/01/2024 Rishi Sunak suggests general election will not take place until late 2024

But the Prime Minister did not rule out a polling day in the Spring
1/4/202430 minutes, 51 seconds
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03/01/2024 More than 100 people have died in attack in Iran

The two bombs exploded near the grave of one of the country's top military commanders
1/3/202430 minutes, 31 seconds
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02/01/2024 Hamas says deputy leader killed in blast

Hamas says its deputy head, Saleh al-Arouri, has been killed in Beirut.
1/2/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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01/01/2024 A powerful earthquake has struck central Japan, triggering a tsunami alert

A powerful earthquake has struck central Japan -- triggering a tsunami alert. Israel's highest court has struck down a highly disputed law.
1/1/202415 minutes, 53 seconds
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31/12/2023 US destroys boats in the Red Sea

US Navy, protecting commercial ships from Houthi rebels in Yemen, hits 3 small vessels. UN warns of a risk of famine in Gaza. Queen Margrethe of Denmark to abdicate in January.
12/31/202316 minutes, 1 second
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30/12/2023 Russia says at least 14 people have been killed in Ukrainian airstrikes

Russia says at least 14 people have been killed in Ukrainian airstrikes and all Eurostar services to and from London have been cancelled due to flooding.
12/30/202315 minutes, 41 seconds
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28/12/2023 More than 200 Palestinians are reported to have died in Gaza in the last 24 hours.

Egypt has confirmed it is going to put forward a new peace plan for the region.
12/28/202315 minutes, 45 seconds
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27/12/2023 The former European Commision President, Jacques Delors, has died.

His drive for greater European integration often led to clashes with Margaret Thatcher.
12/27/202315 minutes, 33 seconds
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26/12/2023 Israeli army says it is making progress in northern Gaza

But the head of the Israeli forces warned the war will go on for months
12/26/202317 minutes, 5 seconds
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24/12/2023 British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe buys stake in Manchester United

His company will take control of the club's football operations
12/24/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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23/12/2023 Israel interrogates suspected Hamas fighters in Gaza

Israel says it's interrogating hundreds of suspected Hamas fighters in Gaza.
12/23/202315 minutes, 40 seconds
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22/12/2023 UN Security Council adopts Gaza resolution

A watered down version of the text was approved after days of negotiations
12/22/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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21/12/2023 Gunman kills at least 15 people at university in Prague

More than twenty people were wounded in the attack at Charles University
12/21/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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20/12/2023 Inflation falls more than expected to 3.9%

It reached its lowest level for more than two years, raising hopes of interest rate cuts
12/20/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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19/12/2023 Government issues guidance to schools on how to help children questioning their gender identity

It has urged a 'very cautious approach' and said in most cases parents should be informed
12/19/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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18/12/2023 US says it is taking action to stop Red Sea ship attacks

Officials say an international coalition will protect the boats from attacks from Yemen
12/18/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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17/12/2023 Israel has opened a second crossing to allow more aid into Gaza

Humanitarian aid is being delivered to Gaza through Israel's Kerem Shalom crossing for the first time since the Hamas attacks in October.
12/17/202315 minutes, 42 seconds
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16/12/2023 Israeli military say three hostages mistakenly killed by its troops had been holding white flag

The Israeli army says three hostages mistakenly shot dead by its troops in Gaza had been holding a white flag.
12/16/202315 minutes, 33 seconds
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15/12/2023 Prince Harry wins landmark case against Mirror Group newspapers

The High Court ruled the Duke of Sussex was the victim of phone hacking
12/15/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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14/12/2023 EU announces it will open accession negotiations with Ukraine

EU leaders agreed to start talks despite threats from Hungary to veto the decision
12/14/202330 minutes, 34 seconds
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13/12/2023 UN COP climate summit deal calls for move away from fossil fuels

Some have hailed the resolution as progressive; but others say it does not go far enough
12/13/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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12/12/2023 MPs debate Rwanda policy ahead of crucial vote

Rival Conservative factions have clashed in the Commons over the legislation
12/12/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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11/12/2023 Rishi Sunak defends his Eat Out to Help Out scheme at the Covid Inquiry

He was challenged about whether his policies as Chancellor led to more deaths
12/11/202330 minutes, 28 seconds
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10/12/2023 Former minister attacks Rwanda plans

Former immigration minister Robert Jenrick criticises the government's Rwanda asylum plan
12/10/202315 minutes, 32 seconds
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09/12/2023 Israeli forces continue to bombard targets in Gaza

Israeli forces have continued to bombard targets throughout Gaza where a senior UN official has warned that half the population is now starving.
12/9/202315 minutes, 46 seconds
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08/12/2023 Israel sharply steps up its bombardment of entire Gaza Strip

Aid workers have warned society in the territory is on the verge of collapse
12/8/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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07/12/2023 Rishi Sunak urges MP to back new Rwanda immigration plan

The Prime Minister described the new legislation as the "only approach"
12/7/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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06/12/2023 Boris Johnson tells Covid Inquiry he should have "twigged" sooner about the dangers

The former prime minister also offered an apology at the hearing in London
12/6/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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05/12/2023 Home Secretary signs new treaty with Rwanda

It's an attempt to revive plans to send some asylum seekers to the country
12/5/202330 minutes, 34 seconds
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04/12/2023 Government sets out measures it says will cut legal migration

The Home Secretary says they will lead to the biggest drop on record in legal migration
12/4/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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03/12/2023 - UN warns of displacement crisis in Gaza.

The UN warns of a displacement crisis in Gaza, as Israel intensifies bombardments.
12/3/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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02/12/2023 Israel resumes its bombardment of Gaza.

Israel has bombarded southern Gaza, after pulling out of ceasefire talks with Hamas. And, more than 110 countries at COP 28 agree to triple renewable energy production by 2030.
12/2/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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01/12/2023 Leaders at COP28 agree to include farming and food production emissions in climate commitments

More than 130 world leaders attended the climate conference being held in Dubai
12/1/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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30/11/2023 Former Health Secretary admits first Covid lockdown came too late

Matt Hancock was giving evidence at the Covid Inquiry in London
11/30/202330 minutes, 53 seconds
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29/11/2023 Hamas says youngest Israeli hostage killed in airstrike

The 10-month-old reportedly died alongside his four-year-old brother and his mother
11/29/202330 minutes, 53 seconds
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28/11/2023 All 41 construction workers rescued from tunnel in northern India

The workers had been trapped in a collapsed tunnel for 17 days
11/28/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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27/11/2023 Truce between Israel and Hamas to be extended

The pause - which was due to end in the coming hours - has been extended for two days
11/27/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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26/11/2023 Third group of hostages released from Gaza

Hamas has released another group of hostages being held in Gaza -- on the third day of a truce with Israel. The former England football manager, Terry Venables, has died.
11/26/202315 minutes, 34 seconds
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25/11/2023 Hamas delays release of hostages

Hamas' armed wing accuses Israel of failing to comply with ceasefire deal. Russia targets Kyiv in what Ukrainians say was the biggest drone attack of the war so far.
11/25/202315 minutes, 55 seconds
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24/11/2023 A small number of hostages freed by Hamas

39 Palestinians were also released from prison in Israel
11/24/202330 minutes, 38 seconds
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23/11/2023 Net migration to the UK last year was nearly three quarters of a million people

The revised figures are a new record and much higher than originally thought
11/23/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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22/11/2023 Chancellor cuts National Insurance rate but tax burden still rising

Jeremy Hunt set out the Government's tax and spending plans in his Autumn Statement
11/22/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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21/11/2023 Israeli prime minister discusses deal to free hostages held in Gaza

Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting his War Cabinet to talk through the agreement with Hamas
11/21/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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20/11/2023 Chief Scientific Advisor says dangers of Eat Out to Help Out scheme clear from outset

Sir Patrick Vallance said he saw the scheme would lead to increased Covid transmission
11/20/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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19/11/2023 The Palestinian Red Crescent says 31 premature babies have been evacuated from al Shifa hospital in Gaza.

The Palestinian Red Crescent says 31 premature babies have been evacuated from al Shifa hospital in Gaza.
11/19/202315 minutes, 34 seconds
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18/11/2023 UN agency condemns attacks on schools sheltering displaced Palestinians in Gaza.

UN agency condemns attacks on schools sheltering displaced Palestinians in Gaza.
11/18/202315 minutes, 42 seconds
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17/11/2023 Israel agrees to allow regular fuel deliveries into Gaza

Israel says fuel will be allowed into Gaza to prevent a collapse of the sewerage system
11/17/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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16/11/2023 Hamas claims Israeli military planted weapons and ammunition inside Al-Shifa hospital

Israel has claimed Hamas was using Gaza's biggest hospital as a command centre
11/16/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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15/11/2023 Rishi Sunak vows to press ahead with plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda

The plan has been ruled unlawful by the UK's Supreme Court
11/15/202331 minutes, 12 seconds
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14/11/2023 Suella Braverman accuses Rishi Sunak of betrayal in letter

The sacked Home Secretary told the Mr Sunak he had failed to deliver on key policies
11/14/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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13/11/2023 David Cameron makes shock return to politics as Foreign Secretary

Suella Braverman has been sacked and replaced by James Cleverly as Home Secretary
11/13/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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12/11/2023 Braverman condemns pro-Palestinian marches

Home Secretary says London is "being polluted by hate, violence, and antisemitism." Labour says she should be sacked. The US says it does not want fighting in Gaza's hospitals.
11/12/202315 minutes, 31 seconds
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11/11/2023 Biggest pro-Palestinian march in London since start of the war in Gaza

300,000 people have taken part in the biggest pro-Palestinian march in London since the start of the war in Gaza.
11/11/202316 minutes, 1 second
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10/11/2023 Palestinian officials say Israeli strikes have hit three hospitals

Israel says it is targeting Hamas fighters
11/10/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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09/11/2023 Downing Street says Suella Braverman's comments in newspaper article not signed off

The Home Secretary questioned whether police "play favourites" when dealing with protests
11/9/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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08/11/2023 Thousands more Palestinians flee northern Gaza on foot

Israeli troops and tanks have tightened their grip on the area
11/8/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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07/11/2023 Government sets out its legislative programme in King's Speech

It focuses on crime, housing and oil and gas licences
11/7/202330 minutes, 27 seconds
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06/11/2023 The UN has urged Israel and Hamas to end the violence in Gaza

The secretary general said the territory has become a "graveyard for children"
11/6/202330 minutes, 26 seconds
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04/11/2023 The Israeli military says it's investigating after a school that the UN runs in Gaza was hit by an explosion.

The Israeli military says it's investigating after a school that the United Nations runs in Gaza was hit by an explosion.
11/4/202315 minutes, 16 seconds
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03/11/2023 US tells Israel it must reduce number of civilians killed in Gaza

The Israeli prime minister said there will be no ceasefire until Hamas releases hostages
11/3/202330 minutes, 55 seconds
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02/11/2023 Storm Ciaran leaves thousands without power

Gusts of up to 100mph have battered southern England and the Channel Islands
11/2/202330 minutes, 33 seconds
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01/11/2023 Civilians leave Gaza for the first time since fighting began

Nearly 400 foreign nationals and injured Palestinians have been allowed to leave Gaza
11/1/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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31/10/2023 Covid Inquiry hears Boris Johnson believed elderly should have been allowed to catch Covid

A diary entry from a former advisor said Mr Johnson was "obsessed" with the idea
10/31/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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30/10/2023 Hamas releases video of three Israeli hostages held in Gaza

One of the hostages has criticised her country's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu
10/30/202331 minutes
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29/10/2023 - UN warns civil order is beginning to collapse in Gaza

The United Nations warns civil order is beginning to collapse in Gaza.
10/29/202315 minutes, 51 seconds
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28/10/2023 Israel says Gaza war has entered new phase

The Israeli military says the Gaza City region is now a battlefield. And, a former SNP leadership candidate, Ash Regan, has defected to the rival Alba party.
10/28/202315 minutes, 39 seconds
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27/10/2023 UN says Gaza is being "strangled"

Israel continues its bombardment of the Gaza Strip, a United Nations aid chief says the territory is being "strangled", and conditions for people there are deteriorating.
10/27/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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26/10/2023 Huge manhunt in US State of Maine after 18 die in mass shootings

Robert Card is believed to have carried out the shootings in the city of Lewiston
10/26/202329 minutes, 5 seconds
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25/10/2023 UN Chief Defends Israel- Hamas Comments

The UN head says he's shocked Israel could think he was justifying Hamas attacks
10/25/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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24/10/2023 Israel says it has hit at least 400 targets in the Gaza Strip in the past day

Israel says it has hit at least 400 targets in the Gaza Strip in the past 24 hours. Hamas health officials say 700 people have been killed in the attacks.
10/24/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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23/10/2023 Israeli forces have continued their intense bombardment of Gaza

Israeli forces have carried out limited incursions into Gaza as the bombardment of the territory continues.
10/23/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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22/10/2023 Second convoy of lorries carrying aid supplies is waiting to enter Gaza

A second convoy of lorries carrying aid supplies is waiting to enter the Gaza Strip from Egypt, as Israel steps up its airstrikes.
10/22/202315 minutes, 42 seconds
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21/10/2023 Sir Bobby Charlton dies

He was one of England's greatest ever footballers and was key to 1966 World Cup triumph. Lorries with aid enter Gaza for the first time since Hamas' attacks on Israel.
10/21/202315 minutes, 42 seconds
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20/10/2023 Conservatives' by-election horror

Labour says it's redrawing the political map after winning Tamworth and Mid Bedfordshire. Storm Babet kills 3 people in Angus and Shropshire. Aid delivery to Gaza postponed.
10/20/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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19/10/2023 Sunak visits Israel

The Prime Minister pledges the UK's support for Israel in its 'darkest hour'.
10/19/202330 minutes, 53 seconds
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18/10/2023 President Biden says Israel will allow aid into Gaza

The President of United States was speaking at the end of a visit to Tel Aviv
10/18/202330 minutes, 32 seconds
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17/10/2023 Relief agencies say humanitarian situation in Gaza is deteriorating

There are growing calls for aid to be allowed into the territory
10/17/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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16/10/2023 Negotiations continue to allow aid into the Gaza Strip

Negotiations are continuing to persuade Israel to allow aid to enter the Gaza Strip. Relief agencies say the situation remains dire for hundreds of thousands of people.
10/16/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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15/10/2023 Warning of Gaza public health catastrophe

Israel's PM has told his emergency cabinet that his forces are ready "at any moment" to demolish Hamas. Gaza doctors have warned of an impending "public health catastrophe" .
10/15/202315 minutes, 35 seconds
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14/10/2023 The UN says a million Palestinians have now fled Gaza

A million Palestinians have now fled Gaza -- as Israel warns of a ground incursion.
10/14/202314 minutes, 51 seconds
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13/10/2023 Israel gives northern Gaza residents twenty four hours to leave.

Thousands of people are fleeing the area but most have nowhere else to go
10/13/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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12/10/2023 Siege of Gaza Continues

Israel says no resources will be allowed into Gaza until Hamas releases its hostages. And, a watchdog say Rishi Sunak's changes to green polices have undermined net zero targets.
10/12/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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11/10/2023 Gaza Strip loses mains electricity after only power station runs out of fuel

Israel sealed off the Palestinian territory after Hamas gunmen attacks on Saturday
10/11/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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10/10/2023 Sir Keir Starmer says his party will fight next election on economic growth

He promised a "decade of national renewal" at the Labour Party conference in Liverpool
10/10/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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09/10/2023 Israel orders "complete siege" of Gaza Strip

The move comes in response to unprecedented attacks by Hamas at the weekend
10/9/202331 minutes, 39 seconds
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08/10/2023 Israel says more than 600 of its people have been killed

Israel says more than 600 of its people have been killed -- and a-hundred kidnapped -- since Palestinian militants launched their massive cross-border attack yesterday:
10/8/202315 minutes, 42 seconds
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07/10/2023 Israel says it is at war with Palestinian militants

Israel is carrying out strikes in Gaza in response to attacks from Hamas
10/7/202316 minutes, 2 seconds
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06/10/2023 Labour hails by-election victory in Rutherglen and Hamilton West

Sir Keir Starmer says it could be a launchpad to winning at the next general election
10/6/202330 minutes, 29 seconds
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05/10/2023 Russian missile strike kills at least 51 people in eastern Ukraine

If confirmed, the attack would be the deadliest strike for many months.
10/5/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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04/10/2023 Rishi Sunak scraps HS2 as expected at Conservative Party conference

The Prime Minister said the money would be invested in hundreds of new transport schemes
10/4/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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03/10/2023 Covid-19 public inquiry begins hearings into Government's handling of pandemic

The second part of the inquiry heard accusations of "chaos" at Number Ten
10/3/202330 minutes, 32 seconds
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02/10/2023 World Health Organisation recommends malaria vaccine for use

The jab - developed by scientists in Oxford - can be produced quickly in huge quantities
10/2/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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01/10/2023 Rishi Sunak says he won't bow to pressure for tax cuts.

But some of the Prime Minister's close colleagues want change - including Michael Gove.
10/1/202315 minutes, 39 seconds
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30/09/2023 US Government Nears Shutdown

Time is running out for the US Congress to avert a government shutdown. And, more than 30 Conservative MPs have promised to fight any further tax rises.
9/30/202315 minutes, 56 seconds
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Two killed, including teenage girl, in school bus crash

A 14 year-old girl and a driver have died, after a bus carrying dozens of school pupils overturned on the M53 in Cheshire.
9/29/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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28/09/2023 BBC issues new impartiality rules for presenters

The guidance comes six months after Gary Lineker was suspended for social media comments
9/28/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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27/09/2023 Environmental campaigners criticise approval of oil field

Rosebank near Shetland is estimated to contain 300 million barrels of oil
9/27/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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26/09/2023 Suella Braverman says uncontrolled migration is "existential challenge" to Western nations

The Home Secretary was addressing an American right-wing think tank
9/26/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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25/09/2023 Police confirm investigation into fresh allegations of sexual offences involving Russell Brand

He faces accusations of sexual assaults and rape between 2006 and 2013 which he denies
9/25/202330 minutes, 29 seconds
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24/09/2023 Return for Asteroid Probe

Scientists hope the samples will reveal secrets about the origins of the planet and the life on it.
9/24/202315 minutes, 45 seconds
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23/09/2023 PM urged to committ to HS2

Rishi Sunak is being urged to reject any further move to scale back the HS2 rail project. And, Ukraine says a missile strike yesterday targeted Russia's navy commanders.
9/23/202315 minutes, 40 seconds
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22/09/2023 Ukraine attacks headquarters of Russia's Black Sea naval fleet

The missiles used in the strike were supplied by the West
9/22/202331 minutes, 9 seconds
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21/09/2023 Bank of England keeps interest rates unchanged

The decision comes after fourteen consecutive increases stretching back to December 2021
9/21/202331 minutes, 4 seconds
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20/09/2023 Ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars pushed back

The measure is part of the Government's easing of climate change policies
9/20/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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19/09/2023 Rishi Sunak considers watering down key Net Zero commitments

The move would be a major shift on climate change policy
9/19/202330 minutes, 33 seconds
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18/09/2023 Iran and US exchange prisoners in deal which also unfreezes Iranian oil money

Tehran will gain access to billion dollars' worth of oil revenue as part of the agreement
9/18/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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17/09/2023 The European Commission President promises plan of action to help Italy deal with surge in irregular migration

The European Commission President has promised a plan of action to help Italy deal with a surge in irregular migration.
9/17/202315 minutes, 47 seconds
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16/09/2023 Russell Brand accused of rape and sexual assault

The actor and comedian Russell Brand has been accused of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse over a seven-year period, which he denies.
9/16/202316 minutes, 9 seconds
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15/09/2023 Rishi Sunak announces ban on American XL bully dog

The Prime Minister said the breed was a "danger to our communities"
9/15/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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14/09/2023 Rishi Sunak casts doubt on meeting his pledge to reduce NHS waiting lists

It is the first time he has suggested one of his key pledges may be unachievable
9/14/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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13/09/2023 More than five thousand people reportedly killed in Libyan floods

Thousands more are missing as the scale of the disaster becomes clear
9/13/202330 minutes, 31 seconds
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12/09/2023 Wages catch up with inflation for the first time in two years

But figures from the Office for National Statistics show the rate of unemployment rose
9/12/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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11/09/2023 Rishi Sunak has promised to defend UK from Chinese interference

The Government is facing calls to declare China a threat to the UK's democracy
9/11/202330 minutes, 54 seconds
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10/09/2023 PM confronts China at G20

Rishi Sunak raises concerns with China after arrest of Commons staff suspected of spying
9/10/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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09/09/2023 Police recapture fugitive.

Terror suspect who fled Wandsworth prison is pulled off bike by plain clothes officer.
9/9/202315 minutes, 33 seconds
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08/09/2023 UN report says world's fight against climate change not progressing fast enough

The UN's "global stocktake" has called for urgent action on global heating
9/8/202331 minutes, 3 seconds
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07/09/2023 Police say no confirmed sightings of escaped terror suspect

Daniel Khalife absconded from HMP Wandsworth in London yesterday
9/7/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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06/09/2023 Scientists have grown cells resembling a human embryo

The team at the Weizmann Institute say the synthetic model looks like a textbook example of a real 14-day old embryo.
9/6/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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05/09/2023 Birmingham City Council says it can no longer balance its books

Europe's biggest local authority has said all but essential spending will stop
9/5/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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04/09/2023 The Prime Minister denies he is to blame for crumbly concrete

A former senior civil servant said Rishi Sunak cut money for school repairs as Chancellor
9/4/202330 minutes, 55 seconds
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03/09/2023 Government to spend 'what it takes' to make schools safe

Chancellor says ministers acted immediately after learning about risk from weak concrete. Ukraine says its troops have broken through first Russian defence lines in the south.
9/3/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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02/09/2023 Home Secretary orders review of police impartiality in England and Wales

Suella Braverman calls on the police watchdog to investigate whether forces' stance on certain issues is having a detrimental affect on day to day policing.
9/2/202315 minutes, 58 seconds
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01/09/2023 The Government says it will publish a list of schools affected by faulty concrete

Ministers have warned more schools may be forced to close classrooms at short notice
9/1/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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31/08/2023 More than 100 schools in England told to shut buildings with 'crumble-risk' concrete

The Government issued the warning just days before the start of the new school year
8/31/202330 minutes, 53 seconds
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30/08/2023 Government announces full enquiry into murders of babies by nurse Lucy Letby

The judge-led enquiry will be able to compel witnesses to give evidence
8/30/202330 minutes, 38 seconds
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29/08/2023 Hundreds more flights cancelled after air traffic technical fault

National Air Traffic Services has apologised for disruption at UK's busiest airports
8/29/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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28/08/2023 Air traffic control system grounds hundreds of flights at airports across Europe

Tens of thousands of passengers face delays despite the problem having now been fixed
8/28/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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27/08/2023 Russian officials conclude Prigozhin was killed in crashed

Russian officials have concluded Yevgeny Prigozhin was killed when his plane crashed and the Metropolitan Police Federation say a potential data breach is causing concern.
8/27/202315 minutes, 27 seconds
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26/08/2023 The former Culture Secretary, Nadine Dorries, has resigned as the Conservative MP for Mid Bedfordshire

The former Culture Secretary, Nadine Dorries, has resigned as the Conservative MP for Mid Bedfordshire
8/26/202315 minutes, 39 seconds
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25/08/2023 Spanish government is taking legal action against head of country's football federation

Luis Rubiales has been criticised for kissing a Spanish player at the Women's World Cup
8/25/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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24/08/2023 President Putin makes first public comments on plane crash presumed to have killed Wagner boss

Authorities say all 10 people on the plane were killed when it crashed near Moscow
8/24/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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23/08/2023 India becomes fourth country to land a spacecraft safely on the Moon

The country's Prime Minister described the touchdown as a victory cry of a new India
8/23/202330 minutes, 31 seconds
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22/08/2023 British Museum warned of stolen items being sold online

The BBC has seen correspondence showing the museum was alerted two years ago
8/22/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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21/08/2023 Neonatal nurse Lucy Letby will spend the rest of her life in prison

Letby murdered seven babies and attempting to kill six others at a hospital in Chester
8/21/202331 minutes, 12 seconds
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20/08/2023 England beaten by Spain in Women's World Cup final

England suffer a narrow -- but agonising -- defeat in their first World Cup final since 1966
8/20/202315 minutes, 41 seconds
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19/08/2023 Families of victims call for greater powers in Lucy Letby inquiry

The nurse was found guilty of murdering seven babies and attempting to kill six others
8/19/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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18/08/2023 Neonatal nurse Lucy Letby convicted of murdering seven babies and trying to kill six others

Letby injected some babies with air and poisoned others with insulin
8/18/202331 minutes, 9 seconds
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17/08/2023 Chat show host Sir Michael Parkinson dies aged 88

Sir Michael became a household name with his series 'Parkinson' which premiered in 1971
8/17/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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16/08/2023 England through to their first ever women's football World Cup final

It is the first time a senior English football team are in a World Cup final since 1966
8/16/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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15/08/2023 Three people suspected of spying for Russia in the UK charged

The Bulgarian nationals charged with possessing fake passports and ID cards
8/15/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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14/08/2023 Cancer charities cautiously welcome government plans to reduce cancer waiting times targets

The NHS says the move will mean patients get seen and diagnosed more quickly
8/14/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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13/08/2023 More than ninety known to have died in Hawaii wildfires

Officials expect the total to rise -- and questions are mounting about the response to the disaster:
8/13/202315 minutes, 34 seconds
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12/08/2023 Six Dead in Channel Crossing

6 people have died after a migrant boat heading to Britain sank in the English Channel.
8/12/202315 minutes, 34 seconds
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11/08/2023 Asylum seekers on barge in Dorset are being taken off

Legionalla bacteria were discovered in the water supply on the vessel
8/11/202331 minutes, 31 seconds
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10/08/2023 At least 36 people have died in wildfires on the Hawaiian island of Maui

The US president Joe Biden has declared the situation a major disaster
8/10/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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09/08/2023 Personal details of police staff in Northern Ireland accidentally published

The Police Service of Northern Ireland has apologised for the data breach
8/9/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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08/08/2023 South American nations meet to discuss Amazon rainforest

Leaders from eight countries that share the rainforest assembled for the summit in Brazil
8/8/202330 minutes, 30 seconds
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07/08/2023 Asylum seekers board barge in Dorset

The first asylum seekers have boarded the Bibby Stockholm barge after a series of delays
8/7/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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06/08/2023 A man who was jailed for a rape he didn't commit says the system of compensation needs to be overhauled.

A man who spent 17 years in prison for a rape he didn't commit says the system for determining compensation for wrongful convictions needs to be overhauled
8/6/202315 minutes, 27 seconds
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05/08/2023 The former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, urges his supporters to protest peacefully against his arrest.

The former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, has urged his supporters to protest peacefully against his arrest.
8/5/202315 minutes, 23 seconds
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04/08/2023 Putin critic Alexei Navalny has jail sentence extended

The prominent Russian opposition leader has been sentenced for a further 19 years
8/4/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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03/08/2023 Bank of England raises interest rates to highest level in 15 years

The Bank has also warned that rates would remain "higher for longer"
8/3/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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02/08/2023 Donald Trump charged with attempt to overturn 2020 election

The former president's supporters have been defending him following the criminal charges
8/2/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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01/08/2023 House prices drop at fastest rate since global financial crisis

Experts predict prices will drop further in the coming months
8/1/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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31/07/2023 Government grants more than a hundred new licences to drill for oil and gas in the North Sea

Rishi Sunak has insisted the decision won't de-rail Britain's path to net zero
7/31/202330 minutes, 30 seconds
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30/07/2023 PM Questions Traffic Reduction Measures

Rishi Sunak has ordered a review of what he called anti-car measures. And, at least 30 people have been killed in north-western Pakistan in a suspected suicide bombing.
7/30/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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29/07/2023 Warning to PM over pledges on climate change

Environmental groups say they will "not stand by" if ministers water down green policies
7/29/202315 minutes, 32 seconds
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28/07/2023 High Court rules in favour of expansion of London's Ultra Low Emissions Zone

The Mayor of London has welcomed the "landmark decision"
7/28/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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27/07/2023 Scientists say this July will be the world's hottest on record

Experts say fossil fuel emissions are mostly to blame for the high temperatures
7/27/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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26/07/2023 Kevin Spacey Cleared

The actor, Kevin Spacey, has been cleared of sexually assaulting four men in the UK.
7/26/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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25/07/2023 Number of homeless families in temporary accommodation in England at record highs

Homeless families living in temporary accommodation in England is at its highest level since records began 25 years ago.
7/25/202330 minutes, 56 seconds
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24/07/2023 Israel's parliament approves key parts of divisive judicial reforms

The reforms received approval in the face of mass protests
7/24/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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23/07/2023 Wildfires on Rhodes

19 thousand people have been moved to safety on the Greek island of Rhodes -- as high winds hamper efforts to tackle wildfires burning out of control.
7/23/202315 minutes, 44 seconds
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22/07/2023 People evacuated from wildfire on Greek island of Rhodes

More than twenty private boats are helping to rescue people from beaches
7/22/202315 minutes, 54 seconds
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21/07/2023 Conservatives lose two by-elections but hold on in another

The three main political parties have spent the day reflecting on the results
7/21/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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20/07/2023 Private bank Coutts apologises to Nigel Farage for the way his account was closed

It said he should not have been penalised for his political views
7/20/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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19/07/2023 Government apologises for historical discrimination of gay people in the British military

Rishi Sunak has formally apologised and called LGBT veterans' treatment "horrific"
7/19/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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18/07/2023 UN warns the UK its Illegal Migration Bill breaches international law

The bill is set to become law after passing a series of votes in the House of Lords
7/18/202330 minutes, 31 seconds
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17/07/2023 New drug hailed as turning point in fight against Alzheimer's disease

Scientists say the development can slow the progression of the disease by around a third
7/17/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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16/07/2023 Sir Keir Starmer refuses to commit to putting more money into public services

Sir Keir Starmer refuses to commit to putting more money into public services.
7/16/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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15/07/2023 Marketa Vondrousova becomes first unseeded woman to win Wimbledon

The Czech Republic player makes history by beating Tunisia's Ons Jabeur on Centre Court 6-4, 6-4
7/15/202315 minutes, 47 seconds
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14/07/2023 Hollywood stars join screenwriters on picket lines

The walkout is over pay and the threat of artificial intelligence to jobs
7/14/202330 minutes, 33 seconds
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13/07/2023 Government accepts the recommendations of pay review for public sector workers

The recommended pay increases range from 5 to 7 per cent
7/13/202330 minutes, 34 seconds
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Huw Edwards has been named as the BBC presenter facing allegations about payments for sexually explicit images.

The wife of the BBC news reader, Huw Edwards, has named him as the presenter facing allegations about payments for sexually explicit images.
7/12/202330 minutes, 21 seconds
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11/07/2023 Young person says they received menacing messages from BBC presenter after meeting on dating app

The presenter is accused of paying another individual for explicit photographs
7/11/202330 minutes, 53 seconds
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10/07/2023 Lawyer for young person reported to have sold sexually explicit images to BBC presenter says claims are 'rubbish'

They say no illegal activity took place with the presenter, who has been suspended.
7/10/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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09/07/2023 BBC suspends presenter over allegations that he paid a teenager for sexually explicit photos

The BBC has suspended a presenter while it investigates accusations that he paid thousands of pounds to a teenager for sexually explicit images.
7/9/202315 minutes, 34 seconds
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08/07/2023 PM says UK opposed to cluster bombs

Rishi Sunak has made clear the UK is opposed to the use of cluster bombs.
7/8/202315 minutes, 42 seconds
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07/07/2023 The US is expected to confirm plans to send cluster munitions to Ukraine

Kyiv has been pressing for the shells to help with its counter offensive against Russia
7/7/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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06/07/2023 Criminal charges will not be brought against detectives in Stephen Lawrence case

Stephen Lawrence's mother, Baroness Lawrence, said the decision was a "disgrace"
7/6/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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05/07/2023 Defence officials confirm UK Special Forces implicated in inquiry into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan

The BBC has previously reported claims of unlawful killings by British troops
7/5/202330 minutes, 53 seconds
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04/07/2023 West Bank violence continues

There's been more violence in Jenin on the second day of Israel's military operation.
7/5/202329 minutes, 21 seconds
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03/07/2023 Eight people have died in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin

Israel has launched a huge military operation in the area
7/3/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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02/07/2023: Grandmother of dead French teenager calls for calm after five nights of unrest.

There's been widespread condemnation of attempts to set fire to the home a mayor in Paris
7/2/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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01/07/2023 Funeral for teen whose death sparked riots in France

President Macron postpones state visit to Germany after four nights of rioting
7/1/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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30/06/2023: The government says it will transform NHS recruitment in England.

Ministers say they will create tens of thousands of new jobs for doctors and nurses.
6/30/202330 minutes, 34 seconds
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29/06/2023 The Government suffers another setback to its plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda

The Court of Appeal ruled the plan was unlawful and could breach human rights
6/29/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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28/06/2023 The Government says it's working to protect customers in case the UK's biggest water company collapses

Thames Water says it's in talks to secure extra funding
6/28/202330 minutes, 13 seconds
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27/06/2023 The nurses' strike in England is over, after the RCN union failed to secure a mandate

The nurses' strike in England is over, after the RCN union failed to secure a mandate; but now NHS consultants have voted to down stethoscopes.
6/27/202330 minutes, 13 seconds
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26/06/2023 The leader of the Wagner mercenaries who marched on Moscow, says it was a protest,not a coup.

The leader of the Wagner mercenaries who marched on Moscow has broken his silence to say it was a protest -- not a coup.
6/26/202330 minutes, 30 seconds
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25/06/2023 Security measures remain in Moscow

Questions are being asked about the whereabouts of the mercenary leader, Yevgeny Prizoghin.
6/25/202315 minutes, 39 seconds
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24/06/2023 President Putin faces armed mutiny

The Russian leader said the group's actions amounted to treason and promised tough action to end the uprising
6/24/202316 minutes, 8 seconds
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23/06/2023 Junior doctors in England are to walk out for five days next month

The British Medical Association says the strike would be the longest in NHS history
6/23/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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22/06/2023 Interest Rates Rise Again

The Bank of England has raised interest rates to an almost 15 year high. And, debris has been found in the search for a missing submersible near the wreck of the Titanic.
6/22/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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21/06/2023 Inflation remains much higher than expected for the fourth month in a row.

Core inflation has risen - pressuring the Bank of England to put up interest rates again
6/21/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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20/06/2023 Search for missing submersible continues

A search in the north Atlantic for a missing submersible has so far not yielded any results. More vessels including underwater robots are being brought in.
6/20/202330 minutes, 25 seconds
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19/06/2023 Cameron admits failings in preparing for pandemic

Former PM says focus was on an influenza pandemic and threats from other viruses weren't considered. Average interest rate on 2-year fixed mortgage deal rises to more than 6%.
6/19/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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18/06/2023 Gove apologises for Tory lockdown party video

Michael Gove calls video showing Tory activists at a lockdown party "indefensible".
6/18/202315 minutes, 48 seconds
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17/06/2023 Teachers in England to strike on July 5 and 7

National Education Union says ministers are ignoring calls for talks on pay. Man appears in court charged with murders in Nottingham. Militants kill dozens of pupils in Uganda.
6/17/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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16/06/2023 NHS was weakened before Covid, inquiry told

Experts say pandemic came after a decade of austerity increased health inequalities. A man charged with 3 murders in Nottingham. Putin says western sanctions have failed.
6/16/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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15/06/2023 The Privileges Committee has released its report

A committee of MPs has concluded that Boris Johnson deliberately misled Parliament
6/15/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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14/06/2023 A video has emerged of the man believed to have been behind yesterday's killings in Nottingham

The BBC has seen footage that appears to show him trying to climb into a hostel
6/14/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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13/06/2023 The first stage of the inquiry into the Covid pandemic has begun

The inquiry has been told the UK may not have been "very well prepared at all"
6/13/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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12/06/2023 Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson in public row about resignation honours list

The Prime Minister has claimed Mr Johnson asked him to intervene in the process
6/12/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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11/06/2023 Scotland's former first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has been arrested by police investigating the SNP's finances

Scotland's former first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has been arrested by police investigating the SNP's finances. In the past few minutes she's been released without charge.
6/11/202315 minutes, 23 seconds
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09/06/2023 Boris Johnson's honours list has been published

The former prime minister put forward allies including Jacob Rees-Mogg and Priti Patel
6/9/202330 minutes, 23 seconds
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08/06/2023 Ukraine accuses Russia of shelling flood evacuees

Kyiv says people stranded by the destruction of the Kakhovka dam have come under fire
6/8/202328 minutes, 11 seconds
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07/06/2023 Ukrainian officials say floodwaters are rising after Kakhovka dam destroyed

Emergency services are searching around 30 submerged towns and villages to rescue people
6/7/202330 minutes, 33 seconds
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06/06/2023 Duke of Sussex appears in witness box at High Court

Prince Harry gave evidence in support of a privacy case against Mirror Group Newspapers
6/6/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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05/06/2023 Ukraine says its forces are shifting to "offensive actions" in some parts of the frontline

But it's still not clear whether the long-expected counter-offensive has begun
6/5/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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04/06/2023 Immigration plans under scrutiny

The Immigration Minister, Robert Jenrick, has claimed that the UK's asylum system is "riddled with abuse" and the country must reduce its reliance on hotels to house migrants.
6/4/202315 minutes, 48 seconds
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03/06/2023 Indian Prime Minister vows to punish those responsible for train crash.

World leaders have joined Narendra Modi in paying tribute to the 288 people who've died.
6/3/202315 minutes, 22 seconds
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02/06/2023 Labour MP says party is choosing not to act on sexual misconduct allegations

Charlotte Nichols told the BBC of a rotten culture at Westminster
6/2/202330 minutes, 54 seconds
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01/06/2023 Cabinet Office seeking judicial review of Covid Inquiry's request for Boris Johnson's private documents and messages

In a letter to the inquiry the Government said it had brought the case "with regret"
6/1/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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31/05/2023 The UN war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia last major verdict

Two former Serbian officials who trained death squads had their sentences extended
5/31/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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30/05/2023 Ukraine denies drone attacks on Moscow

President Putin has promised improved air defences around the Russian capital in response
5/30/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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29/05/2023 Met Police to stop attending mental health emergencies if no threat to life

Charities say the plans threaten patients' and the public's safety
5/29/202330 minutes, 28 seconds
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28/05/2023 Retail bosses warn a cap on prices won't make a difference

The government is considering proposals that would cap the price of some products and the health secretary has admitted not all new hospitals promised will be built from scratch
5/28/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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27/05/2023 E-passport gate fault causes long queues

Huge queues form after e-passport gate fault, Turkey goes to the polls
5/27/202315 minutes, 49 seconds
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26/05/2023 Parents of Finley Boden have been jailed for murder

The couple have been given life sentences for murdering their 10-month-old son
5/26/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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25/05/2023 Scotland's most senior police officer says his force is institutionally racist and sexist

Sir Iain Livingstone said acknowledging the force's issues was "essential"
5/25/202330 minutes, 38 seconds
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24/05/2023 Inflation falls below 10% for first time since last August

But the drop in the rate of inflation was not as much as was expected
5/24/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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23/05/2023 Police in Wales examining footage taken minutes before a fatal crash

South Wales Police are looking at a video showing a police van following an electric bike
5/23/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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22/05/2023 Home Secretary says she regrets speeding ticket

Suella Braverman says there was "nothing untoward" about her handling of a speeding ticket
5/22/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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21/05/2023 G7 Leaders Pledge Support to Ukraine

G7 leaders in Hiroshima have promised to stand by Ukraine for as long as it takes. And Rishi Sunak is resisting calls for an inquiry into the actions of the Home Secretary.
5/21/202315 minutes, 38 seconds
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20/05/2023 Phillip Schofield leaves ITV's This Morning

Philip Schofield has stepped down as host of ITV's This Morning after more than 20 years. And Sinn Fein is on course to be the biggest party in councils in Northern Ireland.
5/20/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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19/05/2023 Tesco chairman stands down after misconduct allegations

John Allan says he is determined to prove his innocence after stepping down
5/19/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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18/05/2023 Water companies apologise for sewage discharges

Water firms say customers will foot the bill to tackle polluted rivers and seas
5/18/202330 minutes, 53 seconds
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17/05/2023 Government publishes plans to ban no-fault evictions

The draft legislation would stop private landlords evicting tenants without justification
5/17/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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16/05/2023 Number of long term sick at record high

The number of people not working due to extended sickness has reached a record high
5/16/202331 minutes, 8 seconds
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15/05/2023 Home Secretary says UK must train British people to fill vacancies

Suella Braverman says migration must be reduced and the UK should train its own workers
5/15/202330 minutes, 29 seconds
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14/05/2023 Turkey's presidential and parliamentary elections

Polling stations have closed in Turkey in an election being seen as one of the most pivotal in the country's modern history.
5/14/202315 minutes, 21 seconds
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13/05/2023 The leader of the RMT union has called for a special summit to address the rail dispute

The leader of the RMT union has called for a special summit to address the rail dispute
5/13/202315 minutes, 24 seconds
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12/05/2023 Russian soldiers "fleeing" key Ukraine battleground

The head of the Wagner mercenaries says Russian soldiers are fleeing positions near a key battleground in east Ukraine; Moscow insists its forces around Bakhmut are standing firm.
5/12/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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11/05/2023 Government takes over Transpennine Express

One of UK's worst performing train operators is stripped of franchise and nationalised. Bank of England raises interest rate to 4.5%. UK supplies Ukraine with long range missiles.
5/11/202330 minutes, 34 seconds
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10/05/2023 The Mirror publisher apologises to Prince Harry

The publisher of the Mirror -- accused of phone-hacking on an "industrial-scale" -- has apologised to Prince Harry at the start of a seven-week trial.
5/10/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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09/05/2023 Met chief defends officers over Coronation arrests

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Mark Rowley, has defended his officers' actions, after anti-monarchy protesters were detained for hours, then released without charge
5/9/202330 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines has called for the King's removal as its head of state.

The Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines has become the latest leader of a Caribbean country to call for the King's removal as its head of state.
5/8/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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07/05/2023 Government defends Coronation protest arrests

The government has defended the police response to protests during the Coronation, amid complaints that officers who arrested dozens of people in London yesterday went too far.
5/7/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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06/05/2023 Charles the Third has been crowned King

Charles the Third has been crowned King.
5/6/202315 minutes, 36 seconds
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05/05/2023 - Results from yesterday's local elections in England are coming in

Results from yesterday's local elections in England are coming in.
5/5/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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04/05/2023 US denies masterminding Kremlin drone attack

Washington has dismissed an accusation from Russia that it was responsible for yesterday's drone attack on the Kremlin.
5/4/202330 minutes, 33 seconds
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03/05/2023 Russia accuses Ukraine of Kremlin attack

President Zelensky has rejected Russian accusations that Ukraine carried out a drone attack on the Kremlin, in what Moscow says was an attempt to assassinate Vladimir Putin.
5/3/202330 minutes, 20 seconds
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02/05/2023 Warning issued about AI

Geoffrey Hinton, a pioneer in the field, has suggested chatbots could soon be smarter than human beings.
5/2/202330 minutes, 57 seconds
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01/05/2023 Nurses strike over pay

Thousands of nurses in England have walked out in what's been described as the biggest strike so far in their pay dispute
5/1/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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30/04/2023 Government organising extra evacuation flight from Sudan

The UK is orchestrating an extra flight to get British nationals out of Sudan
4/30/202315 minutes, 37 seconds
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29/04/2023 Deadline passed for British nationals to be rescued from Sudan

The last RAF evacuation flight from Sudan to Cyprus will leave tonight
4/29/202315 minutes, 46 seconds
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28/04/2023 BBC Chairman resigns

Richard Sharp has resigned as chairman of the BBC after an investigation found he'd broken rules on public appointments during his dealings with Boris Johnson.
4/28/202330 minutes, 11 seconds
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27/04/2023 Court shortens nurses' strike

Planned 48-hour walkout in England is cut down to 28 hours. Rail unions announce new strikes, including on the day of FA Cup final. Talk show host, Jerry Springer, dies aged 79.
4/27/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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26/04/2023 First British citizens rescued from Sudan arrive in UK

The first British citizens rescued from Sudan have arrived back in the UK.
4/26/202331 minutes, 14 seconds
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25/04/2023 First British civilian evacuation flight from Sudan

The first evacuation flight for British civilians has taken off from Sudan, with more planned overnight.
4/25/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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24/04/2023 Rush to evacuate foreigners from Sudan

Assessments are being carried out to see how to evacuate Britons trapped in Sudan. The CBI admits hiring "culturally toxic" staff and failing to fire those who harassed colleagues
4/24/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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23/04/2023 British diplomats in Sudan have been airlifted to safety

British diplomats and their families have been rescued from the fighting in Sudan -- in an operation described by the government as "difficult, dangerous and precarious".
4/23/202315 minutes, 51 seconds
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22/04/2023 Dame Edna Everage dies

Comedians, broadcasters and politicians are paying tribute to Barry Humphries who was 89. UK nationals, trapped by the fighting in Sudan, feel abandoned by the government.
4/22/202315 minutes, 41 seconds
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21/04/2023 Dominic Raab has resigned as Deputy Prime Minister but has criticised a bullying inquiry.

Dominic Raab has resigned as Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Secretary, but has criticised a bullying inquiry, which found he'd shown persistently aggressive conduct:
4/21/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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20/04/2023: The Prime Minister is deciding Dominic Rabb's future.

The Prime Minister is deciding Dominic Rabb's future after a probe into bullying claims.
4/20/202330 minutes, 18 seconds
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19/04/2023 - Soaring food prices keep inflation above 10 percent

Soaring food prices have kept inflation above 10 percent.
4/19/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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18/04/2023 Police investigating SNP finances arrest treasurer

The Scottish National Party's treasurer, Colin Beattie, has been arrested by police investigating its finances.